The people who love to be with nature also love camping. Camping gives you the feel of nature in its most raw form. All you have between you and the outside world is a tent. You cook outside you live outside and this is why you get to know nature very up and close. India is full of rugged natural beauty and camping in India is therefore a great experience in itself. In the western world people love to go camping but in India this trend has recently started and is catching up fast. More and more people are getting to know the fun associated with this kind of living for a few days away from the hectic work life of the city.
So, here is a list of 5 best places in India for Camping :
Rishikesh is one place that props up in every best five list. This place has its own charm and the beauty of Ganges flowing from this place adds to everything that Rishikesh has to offer to its visitors. This beautiful place is an exciting getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. You can pick a tent and enjoy your stay on the banks of river Ganges. The best time to stay in these tents is summer because in winters it could get really chilly for anyone to stay outside especially at night. There are many camping companies that provide you with stay in the tents, food and hot drinks throughout your stay. The stars the moon and the hills form the best backdrop for your stay with nature in Rishikesh. While you are in Rishikesh, you can also explore some other thrilling adventure activities in Rishikesh.
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As much is Jaisalmer famous for its forts, palaces as well as architecture, it is also famous for the night out in camps in the desert. The vast open spaces with clear skies over your head make Jaisalmer the best spot for camping. The camping among the ever changing sand dunes is an experience in itself and one must not miss it at any cost. The vast open spaces over sand let you gaze through the sky and count the stars at your own luxury without a soul to disturb your peace of mind. During your stay in the land of sand dunes you can ride a camel or go for desert safari during the day while after mesmerising sunset you could enjoy a walk on the cold sand or enjoy the local folk dances. In this place sunset and sunrise both are breathtaking.
Mumbai is a city that does not walk it actually keeps running all the time. The hustle and bustle of the city is very tiring but just at 3 hours drive from this city you will find one of the very quiet places of India and that is Bhandardara. This is a very little known hill station and probably this is the reason why not too much rush s seen here. This hill station is located at 2,500 feet above sea level and presents a picturesque getaway from the city life. There are amazing waterfalls, and wonderful greenery that make this place a perfect site for camping. You could swim in the natural lakes here and set up your tent close to the lake to have that perfect camping experience.
This is one of those places that a hard core camper craves for. Ladakh offers the most picturesque yet dry kind of camping place in India. This is a camping experience that is incomparable to anything else. you can find such stark contrasts nowhere else but in Ladakh. On one hand there is a big beautiful lake while on the other hand this very lake is surrounded on all sides by dry rocky desert. The best time to visit this place is during summers from May to September. You can camp here in the Sangla Valley, Tsomoriri Lake, West Ladakh Camp etc. the mesmerising beauty of Ladakh remains the same through all the camping sites. You could even witness the flocks of migratory birds returning to their natural abode and indulge in apricot picking or rock climbing activities.
This place is one of the most beautiful hill stations in South India and has beautiful landscape to compliment your stay in tents. The morning among the tea and coffee plantations give you the most refreshing start ever. You can go to the source of Kaveri River that flows into the Bay of Bengal in Tamilnadu. You could reach Coorg either from Bangalore or Mangalore with equal convenience. You could just pitch your tent besides a stream and enjoy the beauty of nature. The night skies are filled with stars whereas the grounds shimmer with thousands of fireflies just besides you making your stay worth it. Here you could camp anywhere but the best place to camp is Bettigiri.
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