6 offbeat places to ring in the New Year
Still wondering what to do for the big night? Have a look
Mumbai: Tired of ringing in the New Year with typical parties and get-togethers? Want to escape from the noisy and ever crowded Mumbai?
We bring to you some offbeat places that you can visit to spend this New Year!
1) Guhagar- Amalgamation of beauty
From hills, beaches, mangroves to rivers, this place is the perfect one to visit if you want peace and tranquillity while welcoming the New Year. This Konkan village is located 280 km away from Mumbai. Visit Durga Devi and Vyadeshwar temples to seek blessings from god on the first morning of New Year.
2) Bhandardara- Island Camping
A heaven for travellers, this place offers bonfire, games and activities, musical nights, boat ride and most importantly a picturesque landscape of mountains and lakes. This one-night-two-day stay is cost effective.
3) Zarwad Bk village- Karaoke and barbeque
This village falls in Nashik district of Maharashtra. This is a place exclusively for vegetarian lovers and non-alcoholics. For just Rs 2500/- the package includes a musical night with lots of barbeque making.
4) Revdanda- Beach Camping Party
What better than spending the New Year with you beloved and romantic walks on the beach under the moonlight? Book yourself for this amazing camping trip to Revdanda and enjoy music, fireworks, bonfire, barbeque and wish lanterns under the starry nights. Highlight- stay in cozy tents!
5) Aamby Valley- Mountains and dense jungle
Camp by the magnificent Saltar Lake, located 50 km from Lonavla. The cost of the two-day trek is just 1800/-. The offer includes veg and non-veg barbeque, breakfast, evening snacks, local sightseeing and lots of fun activities. The seats are limited and it is on first come first serve basis.
6) Dhanu- a unique Tribal Camp
Located in the heart of tribal belt, pay Rs 2500/- for a fun-filled night. It offers you Chiku Farms, outdoor DJ and live band, delicious food startling light effects, bonfire, barbeque, firework show, bottle and fire juggling and a comfortable tent stay.