5 Unique Places In India To Celebrate Your New Year's Eve

If you are one of those people who took a New Year resolution last year to not visit Goa or any mainstream nightclub, then watch this space for more information. If you wish to spend your New Year in the landscapes from a fairytale, sceneries from movie sets, and lands amongst clouds, then pack your bags and head towards these Signature locations that would bring out those singularly unique emotions within you.

 

 

 

 

 

Majuli, Assam

Majuli, Assam

Welcome to one of the most surreal places in India. Nominated as one of the places in UNESCO World’s Heritage List, Majuli is the world’s largest river island. The place is connected via boats with the city of Jorhat, and is yet unexplored by many tourists in India. The culture at Majuli is extremely unique, thanks to the high tribal population, and is always referred as the cultural capital of Assam. The perfect time to visit Majuli is between October and March.

Great Rann of Kutch, Gujrat 

Great Rann of Kutch, Gujrat

Kutch is the western-most district of Gujarat bordering Pakistan. The place is famous for its beautiful white desert and the Rann Utsav Festival. The place becomes alive during the Rann Utsav Festival (1st December 2014 to 5th March 2015). The festival has a plethora of activities like desert festivals, folk dances, cultural programs, hot air ballooning, camping, camel safari, and many other things. The place is a treat to watch during full moon nights.

Kudremukh, Karnataka

Kudremukh, Karnataka

Kudremukh is a visual bliss at its purest form. The shape of the mountain is akin to a horse face. The highlight of Kudremukh is its dense forests, waterfall, and hilly ranges. It is a very famous weekend getaway option among people in Bangalore, as it is merely 5 hours away. This place is welcoming throughout the year.

Sundarbans, West Bengal

Sundarbans, West Bengal

Sundarban means “beautiful forest” in Bengali, and doubtlessly, it lives up to that moniker. It is the most beautiful and most alluring wildlife forest in India. The place is located in the southern delta part of West Bengal and it is famous for being the biggest mangrove forest in the world. The major highlight of Sundarbans is the Royal Bengal Tigers, crocodiles and various species of birds. So, watch your step as you have all the fun and frolic.

Butterfly Beach, Goa

Butterfly Beach, Goa

Ok, don’t judge, we said we would avoid Goa, but we all know it is practically impossible. It is undoubtedly one of the most secluded beaches in Goa, which is situated towards the end of Palolem beach, away from the raucous and bustling North.To get here, you need to take a ferry from Palolem beach. You will be mesmerized looking at the golden sands touching the rocks surrounded by crystal blue water and palm trees. It is the perfect place to visit during this winter season.

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5 Unique Places In India To Celebrate Your New Year's Eve

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If you are one of those people who took a New Year resolution last year to not visit Goa or any mainstream nightclub, then watch this space for more information. If you wish to spend your New Year in the landscapes from a fairytale, sceneries from movie sets, and lands amongst clouds, then pack your bags and head towards these Signature locations that would bring out those singularly unique emotions within you.

 

 

 

 

 

Majuli, Assam

Majuli, Assam

Welcome to one of the most surreal places in India. Nominated as one of the places in UNESCO World’s Heritage List, Majuli is the world’s largest river island. The place is connected via boats with the city of Jorhat, and is yet unexplored by many tourists in India. The culture at Majuli is extremely unique, thanks to the high tribal population, and is always referred as the cultural capital of Assam. The perfect time to visit Majuli is between October and March.

Great Rann of Kutch, Gujrat 

Great Rann of Kutch, Gujrat

Kutch is the western-most district of Gujarat bordering Pakistan. The place is famous for its beautiful white desert and the Rann Utsav Festival. The place becomes alive during the Rann Utsav Festival (1st December 2014 to 5th March 2015). The festival has a plethora of activities like desert festivals, folk dances, cultural programs, hot air ballooning, camping, camel safari, and many other things. The place is a treat to watch during full moon nights.

Kudremukh, Karnataka

Kudremukh, Karnataka

Kudremukh is a visual bliss at its purest form. The shape of the mountain is akin to a horse face. The highlight of Kudremukh is its dense forests, waterfall, and hilly ranges. It is a very famous weekend getaway option among people in Bangalore, as it is merely 5 hours away. This place is welcoming throughout the year.

Sundarbans, West Bengal

Sundarbans, West Bengal

Sundarban means “beautiful forest” in Bengali, and doubtlessly, it lives up to that moniker. It is the most beautiful and most alluring wildlife forest in India. The place is located in the southern delta part of West Bengal and it is famous for being the biggest mangrove forest in the world. The major highlight of Sundarbans is the Royal Bengal Tigers, crocodiles and various species of birds. So, watch your step as you have all the fun and frolic.

Butterfly Beach, Goa

Butterfly Beach, Goa

Ok, don’t judge, we said we would avoid Goa, but we all know it is practically impossible. It is undoubtedly one of the most secluded beaches in Goa, which is situated towards the end of Palolem beach, away from the raucous and bustling North.To get here, you need to take a ferry from Palolem beach. You will be mesmerized looking at the golden sands touching the rocks surrounded by crystal blue water and palm trees. It is the perfect place to visit during this winter season.

Want entry to the best new year party in your city? Click here

Free New Year Party Passes

 

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