The countdown to New Year's Eve has already begun and if you don't have any New Year plan until now, well wake up! If you're a party animal, go party, if you're a 'stay at home' kind of person, well make sure that you take your best pj's out, however, if you're a wanderer and want to get out of your city for New Years, keep reading. For all the people of Noida, here are some locations that you can head to for making your NY eve special. These places are not very far away from your city and could be the perfect getaway locations that you so desperately seek-
Getting from Rishikesh to Noida is easy, thanks to the excellent road network between both locations. The trip from Noida to Rishikesh only takes three and a half hours, and unlike the rest of the Himalayas, the roads there aren't impacted by the winter. During the winter, Rishikesh is crowded but more secure than other parts of Uttarakhand, making it an ideal location to visit and to fully experience the city's unique allure.
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Temples and Ganga ghats dating back centuries can be found all over Haridwar. Also, there are a lot of interesting things to see in the area that will give your New Year's holiday a new twist. After seeing the major attractions like Har ki Paudi and the Daksha Mahadev Temple, take a break and go to the famed Rajaji National Park for an exciting experience.
This beautiful hill station is in the Garhwal hills at an elevation of 2112 meters. It is the perfect place for a quick weekend trip on New Years from Noida. To get the most out of your limited time there, you should plan to see as many major attractions as possible. When you arrive, the first thing you should do is stock up on some deliciously prepared local goodies, then take a stroll at mall road and take in the misty mountain atmosphere while indulging in great food.
An upswing can be seen in Dehradun. Even though it's only 250 kilometers from Noida, a trip to Dehradun will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime. The picturesque Garhwal Himalayas provide a backdrop for this friendly spot. Dehradun is a great place to visit for both short and long stays because there are so many places to eat and things to do outside.
Nainital is characterized by its pristine lakes, breathtaking mountains, and abundant vegetation. That's why it's a perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life; in fact, it's also known as the City of Lakes for that very reason. Naini Lake, from which the city gets its name, is another major tourist attraction.
Jaipur is unique because it mixes the trappings of royalty with other parts of life, like busy bazaars, impressive monuments and crowded streets. The city of Jaipur is in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is at the foothills of the Aravalli Mountains and gives visitors a glimpse into its rich and preserved history, culture, cuisine and old-world elegance.
Agra, Uttar Pradesh
From Noida, a trip to Agra is worthwhile because it is home to three UNESCO World Heritage monuments: the Agra Fort, the Taj Mahal, and Fatehpur Sikri. Agra's tourism industry is also helped by the huge Ram Bagh Gardens and the most beautiful Mehtab Bagh. Driving to Agra from Noida during the new year is a treat in itself.
Mathura, Uttar Pradesh
The entire country is dotted with holy cities and towns that attract pilgrims from all over the world. Mathura, one of India's holiest cities, is always bustling with visitors seeking enlightenment. Most people know that Krishna was born in Mathura, which is about 104 kilometers from Noida. Mathura is also home to many historical and religious sites.