Amazing Moments at Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer, also known as “The Golden city”, is a town in the Indian state of Rajasthan. Located in the heart of the Thar or the Great Indian Desert, it is a World Heritage Site. This town stands on a ridge of yellowish sandstone and is crowned by a fort which contains the palace and several ornate Jain temples.

The small, picturesque town of Jaisalmer evokes the magic and vibrancy of a desert. It’s straight out of an Arabian Nights fable. The hostile terrain notwithstanding the warmth and colour of people is simply overwhelming.

Jaisalmer Fort

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Towering above the town of Jaisalmer, the imposing structure that is the Jaisalmer Fort is one of the great heritages of India. This magnificent structure was built in 1156 AD by the Bhatti Rajput ruler Rawal Jaisal. This fort has been the centerpiece of many battles and has much history associated with it. Its massive yellow sandstone walls are a tawny lion colour during the day, fading to honey-gold as the sun sets, thereby camouflaging the fort in the yellow desert. Hence, it is also known as the Sonar Quila or Golden Fort.

Unlike most forts in India, the Jaisalmer Fort is a living fort. There are shops, hotels and age old havelis (homes) inside the fort area where families have lived for generations. When you’re at the fort, be sure to visit the Raj Mahal (Royal palace), Laxminath temple, the four massive gateways that stand guard of the fort and the Merchant Havelis.

Other Attractions

Gadsisar Lake

Gadsisar Lake is one of the major tourist attractions of Jaisalmer. Contrary to the popular belief, it is not an oasis, but a water conservation tank made around 1400 A.D. by the then Maharaja of Jaisalmer, Maharwal Gadsi Singh. This marvelous piece of engineering once controlled water supply to the entire city!

If you are lucky enough to venture out in winters, you might get to see a variety of migratory birds. Also, the vast number of temples in the vicinity of the lake has earned this place the status of a pilgrimage spot.

Desert Cultural Center

This is a one-stop place to learn more about the rich cultural heritage of Jaisalmer. The place is well maintained and harbors rare coins and manuscript related to Jaisalmer history and the history of Rajasthan as a whole. This museum has some eye-catching collection of traditional Rajasthani textiles, utensils, weapons, musical instruments and fossils. One thing that is very popular among foreigners is ‘Karal’, the traditional opium mixing box.

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Sam & Khuri Sand Dunes

If you want to experience the mystique and the aura of the Thar, the Sam and Khuri Sand Dunes are places that one must visit. Sam has a truly magnificent stretch of sweeping dunes, with sparse or no vegetation. The Khuri Sand Dunes are a bit less crowded and you can spot many houses of mud and straw decorated like the patterns of Persian carpets. And this experience would not be complete without traveling here on a camel! A camel safari in the sand dunes of Jaisalmer is an unforgettable experience. One can also be a part of the camel caravan at Jaisalmer and enter the heart of the Thar.

Jaisalmer also celebrates its desert culture with the action-packed Desert Festival in January or February each year.

Putting it all Together

With so much history around you, there is always going to be a disconnect of sorts if you reside at a truly urbane hotel or resort. Sure, all the modern amenities and conveniences are a must, but what about the architectural or culture style that Jaisalmer exudes?

Enter Club Mahindra. The resort is built on the lines of a haveli and exudes the royal aura of an arch-traditional space. The view from the haveli-resort is enchanting as it is situated near the Great Thar Dessert.

Located away from the city, the place offers much needed calm and serenity. Staying at Club Mahindra’s Jaisalmer resort mainly involves pampering one’s own self by just lazing around the resort, enjoying an open-sky barbeque dinner and listening to the artists playing folk music.

And that’s not all; Club Mahindra provides something truly exciting – vacation ownership. With as many as 12 membership options, you can choose the plans you’d like. You can enjoy a seven night and eight day vacation every year for twenty-five years. And with 39 other resorts in India and abroad just as awesome as this one, why wouldn’t you want to..?

Reaching Club Mahindra Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer is about 300 km from Jodhpur by road, where the nearest airport is located. The nearest railway station to the resort is in Jaisalmer at about 14 km. Jaisalmer is easily accessible as it lies on National Highways that connect to Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Delhi in addition to other amazing places in Rajasthan like Udaipur, Jaipur, and Jodhpur.

Holiday in Munnar – An Amazing Experience

Kerala has been a favourite haunt of travellers from around the world for nearly 600 years. From coconut palm-lined coasts and rolling hills of tea to elephant and tiger reserves, this slender state has a lot to offer. It’s been known to exhilarate, enchant and enthrall one and all.

And Munnar promises to provide you with one such enchanting experience…!

Coming Home to Nature

One of the first things you’ll notice about Munnar is how far away it seems from the concrete jungles that we call home. It is situated at the confluence of three mountain streams – Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala 1,600 m above sea level. This cozy town was once the summer resort of the erstwhile British Government in South India. Sprawling tea plantations, picture-book towns, winding lanes and holiday facilities make this a popular resort town.

The rolling hills around Munnar are carpeted in emerald-green tea plantations, contoured, clipped and sculpted like ornamental hedges. The low mountain scenery is magnificent – you’re often up above the clouds watching veils of mist clinging to the mountaintops.


This million dollar view has often been an inspiration to artists, writers and the likes…!

Things to do

Munnar provides travellers with ample opportunities to explore and enjoy the captivating hill station. There are many incredible places to visit in and around Munnar.

Devikulam, which is about seven kilometers from Munnar, is home to the Sita Devi Lake. It is an ideal place to visit with its velvet lawns, exotic flora and fauna and the cool mountain air creating the perfect atmosphere for a short trip. And if you’d like, you can even go trout fishing in the lake!

Located between Munnar and Rajamala, Nyayamakad is a land of waterfalls. The waters cascade down a hill from a height of about 1600 meters, providing one with a breath taking view.

Munnar is also known to attract those seeking adventure. Paragliding over the valley is bound to provide one with that desired adrenaline rush. One can also trek to Anaimudi (South India’s highest peak) or Lock Heart Gap. Hikes originating at the confluence of three mountain streams are also popular.

Eravikulam National Park which is at a short distance from Munnar is an absolute must-visit. Declared as a sanctuary in 1975, this is home to the Nilgiri Tahr. It has 97 square kilometres of rolling grasslands and high level sholas (evergreen forests). The park is breathtakingly beautiful and easily comparable to the best mountain ranges found anywhere in the world.

And that’s not all. In the southern region of the park lies the highest peak of the Western Ghats – Anaimudi (2695 Metres). Echo Point and Top Station are two other places that will provide you with the heavenly views of the mountain valley.

Home in the Heart of Nature

Club Mahindra’s Munnar resort is a throwback to the Colonial Rule and its architectural style is a clear giveaway to influences that the British brought to India. Surrounded by tea plantations, beautiful hills and valleys, the resort is located in what is proverbially called the heart of nature. What better way to spend an amazing vacation than at this amazing resort?

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And that’s not all, this imposing structure that seamlessly captures the aura and history of the amazing place has quite a few modern touches that aid in your stay at the resort an incredible experience.! Wood-finished rooms that are a throwback to a bygone era, splendid tea gardens, reviving safaris, as well as giant chess games, Putt-Putt golf and so much more, the Indo-British inspired resort gives guests the most delectable of vacations. You can take a virtual tour of the resort here.

Activities at the Resort

There are many workshops and activities planned in and around the resort for engaging our guests.

Bring out the creative side in you with the various painting workshops. If you’re someone who prefers a little adventure, you can go rappelling or rock climbing or even camping and enjoy a barbeque at a campsite.

The Elephant Ride through the enchanted forest should definitely be on the top of your list. Roam the jungles and experience what it’s like to be in the lap of nature.

Along with this resort, there are many other resorts by Club Mahindra spread across the country – be it amidst the Himalayas, in the heart of the Great Indian Desert, in the mysterious North-East of India, and on some of India’s best beaches. With 40 resorts in India and some select locations abroad, Club Mahindra offers unparalleled avenues for the perfect vacation. Click here to join Club Mahindra and experience amazing vacations for the next 25 years!

Rajasthan – A Vacation You’ll Never Forget

We all dream of that one amazing destination, don’t we? A place where the surroundings sweep us off our feet, a place where history and culture of yesteryears merge seamlessly with the present; a destination that relieves us of our daily stress from back home and most of all, provides a setting for an amazing vacation that we yearn for. Few places tick all boxes and fewer can provide a level of intimacy that we ever so often seek. One of the rare places where you can experience all of this is Rajasthan.

Historical monuments, an amazing culture, heritage that goes back many centuries all amalgamate effortlessly with modern luxury and comforts. As you explore further, you’ll realize that touring Rajasthan is a unique experience which leaves you spell bound. The best part about Rajasthan is that in the midst of the Great Indian Desert, there’s an incredible variety of destinations that you can visit. From the Capital City and the historically significant city of Jaipur to the architectural splendor of Nawalgarh; the border town of Jaisalmer that was once a trade center to the town of Kumbhalgarh which exudes the exquisite art of the Rajput era that was centered around space and luxury. And not to forget the majestic and imposing city of Udaipur, where royalty and heritage merge.

Visiting Rajasthan:

Being located in West-Central India, Rajasthan is connected through road, rail and air to all of the major Indian cities. That’s good news because you probably want to start making plans to visit this amazing place soon. The dawn of the South-West Monsoon that recedes during the month October also signals the start of winter season in India. This is the perfect time to visit Rajasthan. Even though it’s in the heart of a desert, the weather here isn’t too hot; in fact during the months of December and January it can get pretty chilly here!

Places to Visit:


The Capital and the largest city of Rajasthan is also of the popular tourist sites in the State. The many iconic landmarks include,

  • Amber Fort and Palace
  • Shesh Mahal (Hall of Mirrors)
  • Jantar Mantar – Jaipur along with
  • Hawa Mahal – Palace of Wind, Jal Mahal,
  • City Palace of Jaipur and the
  • Birla Mandir Temple (Laxmi Narayan Mandir)

These are an absolute must-visit. And don’t forget to sample the signature Rajasthani cuisine here; it’ll blow your mind!


Udaipur is the place where royalty and heritage converge to form a unique, iconic city. Stop by the City Palace on the banks of the lake and bask in the moonlight at the Jag Mandir. Do visit Bagore ki Haveli and other iconic places such as Monsoon Palace and the observatory.


It seems as it Rajasthan and incredible architecture go hand in hand. Nawalgarh is a real treat because it’s one of those places where the synergy between Rajput and European architecture is truly breathtaking. That’s not all, rolling farms surround the town and the landscaped lawns of many places are a call to enjoy the enchantment of a time gone by.


A fascinating desert destination with lots to explore and plenty to take in, plus movie fans will love this one; the classic movie ‘Border’ was shot here, at the heart of the Thar or The Great Indian Desert. It is an enlightening place that offers much for every traveller. A border town, Jaisalmer is home to the imposing Jaisalmer Fort, a fossil park and many more attractions.

Where to Stay?

The real beauty of Rajasthan is her amazing history, culture and tradition. Hence, to complete this wonderful experience of traveling to this incredible place, it’s apt that you should stay at a place that is steeped in the kind of culture, heritage and even architectural sensibilities that have defined this State’s signature style for eons. Club Mahindra, a vacation ownership company provides just that. The picturesque resorts located in amazing places are true to the Rajasthani style and strive to retain local elements while offering amenities and modern conveniences that we’ve been accustomed to for long.

The best part about Club Mahindra is that with their enticing membership options, you not only get to stay at these resorts, but many others around the country. With memberships lasting 25 years and the prospect of holidaying with your loved ones every year, for two and a half decades, this is one investment you’ll be happy to make!

Amazing Holiday at Puducherry

Puducherry or Pondicherry as it was formerly known was part of French India, i.e., the parts of India which the French controlled. The largest city, located in south-eastern Tamil Nadu, about 150 kilometres south of Chennai still retains some of its Francophile identity. This, along with the presence of traditional Tamil elements makes for a very unique place.

With a fantastic beach and many tourist delights, read on to find out what makes Puducherry an amazing holiday destination!

A Unique Destination:

Puducherry is a quiet town on the southern coast of India. The entire planning and layout of this town still retains a unmistakable French Connection. This and the tree lined boulevards, the quaint colonial heritage buildings, the spiritual sceneries, the endless stretches of virgin beaches and backwaters and a surprising choice of restaurants serving a mélange of cuisines make for experiences that are so unique that they draw travelers from not only India, but all around the world.

The blend of French Influence in India coupled with some very distinctive colonial aspects, Tamil Culture and the cosmopolitan melting pot it has been for the many souls who have built their lives here has given rise to a special aura that resonates throughout the entire town. This is obvious along the promenade near the sea-shore, one of the older areas in this town.

Places to Visit:

Being a small town compared to an urban metropolis, you should try to explore this destination in its entirety during your stay here. Check out the colonial buildings, some of which date back to the 18th century, stretch along a grid of clean straight streets which house French institutions, Hotels, Guest Houses, Restaurants, Boutiques and private homes. There’s an almost Mediterranean vibe to many localities here.

An iconic hallmark of Puducherry is Sri Aurobindo Ashram. Founded by Sri Aurobindo, the ashram grew under the stewardship of Mirra Alfasa, (The Mother) and has seen a plethora of people staying here, away from their hectic lives and trying to fulfil a sense of attainment in their lives. Auroville was envisioned as a Universal Town, where people from different nationalities, faiths and beliefs, can live in peace and harmony. It is an attempt to realize a new society as envisioned by Sri Aurobindo and the Mother. Nearly people from 35 countries are living here to realize on human unity and transformation of consciousness.

Auroville welcomes people from all parts of the world to live together and explore cultural, educational, scientific, spiritual, and other pursuits in accordance with the Auroville Charter. Visitors to this area are greeted by mellow hues of cream, yellow, pink and grey compound walls interspersed by flamboyant bougainvillea bursting over gates and walls of courtyards.

Place du Panthéon / Aayi mandapam and Bharti park: This monument is the emblem of the Government of Pondicherry, previously called as La Place du Panthéon and later change into Aayi mandapam. This monument is surround by five parks, and is maintained to remind us the beauty of French architecture.

Also, don’t forget to check out the iconic botanical park and the zoo which formed an important part of the award-winning novel ‘Life of Pi’ and was seen in the movie based on the book.

A Gateway of Tamil Nadu:

One of the best things about Puducherry or Pondi is that it not only has some amazing attractions, but also serves as the perfect base to explore the rich destinations of Tamil Nadu around it. The international City of Unity, the imposing Gingee Fort, the holy temple towns of Kanchipuram, Thiruvannamalai and Chidambaram, the heritage sculptures and magnificent rock temples of Mamallapuram (Mahabalipuram) and the cool lush hill stations of Yercaud and Kodaikanal are all within reasonable distance and if time permits, should be part of your travel agenda.

Fete De Puducherry:

This is festival of culture and it occurs on November 30th. It coincides with the Liberation Day and the Independence Day of Pondicherry, as it was known then. The Government of Puducherry organizes free evening cultural presentation in various places of the city. If you are visiting during this time, be sure to soak in the vibe of this great festival.

Putting it all Together:

Puducherry is an eclectic mix of French and Tamil culture, civilization and history. Add to the fact that it’s been a melting pot for many cultures is something truly extraordinary. For the ultimate experience, you want a place that translates all of a destination’s qualities into a serene, picturesque resort that exudes the local vibe. With convenient access to the iconic buildings, monuments and attractions, the beautiful Club Mahindra resort in Puducherry is definitely one of the best places to stay.

With Vacation Ownership, the signature offering of Club Mahindra, you truly get to vacation at amazing resorts like the one in Puducherry and 39 others across India and abroad. What’s more is that with a seven night/eight day stay every year, this can be the fabric of magical moments that you cherish forever.

Incredible Goa – Beaches and Sunshine

The months of November and December mark the beginning of winter in India. The cool breeze, sunshine and the lure of the sea makes certain places great to visit. At this time of the year, the State of Goa attracts loads of tourists. Goa has many things in addition to the superb climatic conditions that make it one of the most popular places to visit in November and December. What’s more is that Christmas, during the last week of December is an amazing time to spend in Goa. And it really doesn’t matter if you can’t spend a particular day or date here, don’t fret about it! Starting November and though January, Goa is the place to be!Goa – Just like ParadiseGoa has an incredible history which dates back many centuries. The Portuguese ruled Goa for over 450 years and they left behind many historic sites. Se Cathedral at Old Goa and Bom Jesus Basilica are officially recognised as World Heritage Sites. There are many forts in Goa such as Tiracol, Chapora, Corjuem, Aguada, Reis Magos, Nanus, Mormugao, Fort Gaspar Dias and Cabo de Rama.

The rich flora and fauna and diversity of the same is also unique and makes for a picturesque setting providing contrast to the beaches and sea.  Goa’s wildlife sanctuaries boast of more than 1512 documented species of plants, over 275 species of birds, over 48 kinds of animals and over 60 genera of reptiles.

Goan Culture is unique in that it features indigenous dance and music that has survived the Portuguese conquest and others that have incorporated cultural elements from the European Nation. Music from Goa is famous and has a distinctive sound to it. Goan cuisine is famous and has influences many other cuisines too. The seafood preparations from Goa have become somewhat legendary. The Goan Carnival attracts loads of people every year.

Club Mahindra Emerald Palms

Goa has many beaches each with unique characteristics. Two of the most prominent beaches along Goa’s long, flat coast are Varca and Benaulim. Lying along the proximity of these beaches is the magnificent Club Mahindra Emerald Palms Resort. The resort is located in an area with trees all around it. Plus, with the beach a short walk away, it’s a great place to stay at. Goa was of course under Portuguese Rule till the 1970’s and the influence of the European Nation is still visible in the resort’s architecture.

The resort features many modern conveniences. The spa at the resort is quite famous. Dance workshops are held here. Some of the famous sightseeing places near the resort include Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary, Chapel of St. Catherine, Church of St. Francis of Assisi and Shri Mahlaxmi Temple.  The amenities here are top notch and staff is always present to assist you. Goa’s famous cuisine is one of the chef’s specialties here.

You can stay at this and many other awesome resorts for the next 25 years! With Club Mahindra’s several membership plans to suit a wide variety of people, you can find the one that’s best suited for you and your family. What’s more with 40 resorts spread across India and select foreign locations, the prospect of enjoying some quality time with your family on these holidays is truly exciting!

To find out more about Club Mahindra Membership and the Club Mahindra Membership Fees, click here.

Reaching Club Mahindra Emerald Palms

By Air: The nearest airport is the Dabolim International Airport which is around 27 kilometres away. Taxis play to and fro from the airport and are easily available.

By Train: The nearest railway station is Margao. It’s 8.2 kms away and Taxis ply to and fro from the resort.

By Road: The resort lies in close proximity to NH17 – the National Highway which connects Mumbai and Goa.  It’s about 7 km from the highway.

Some Amazing Destinations to Visit This Year

It’s truly amazing to think that India has an incredible amount of diversity. From the snow-capped mountains in Himachal Pradesh to the incredible backwaters of Kerala; from the Great Indian Desert in the West to the mysterious and quaint North-East which has retained its charm over the years. Spoilt for choice, many ardent travelers ask the question – where do I go on a holiday?We pick out some of the best places for you to visit this year and we know you’d like to see some great attractions there, so we’ve chosen the must-visit attractions. The best part, they’re located pretty close to the luxurious Club Mahindra resorts at these destinations!
Himachal Pradesh is one of India’s most popular tourist destinations; and for good reason. Breathtaking mountains greet visitors at all over. Lying in the Kangra Valley, at the foothills of the Dhauladhar Range, Dharamshala is a small town that is bustling with activity. There are many things to do here, including a visit to the market and the famous Tibetan Monasteries. This little hamlet offers visitors peace and tranquility and a rejuvenating vacation.
Dharamshala Things to do in Dharamshala:
Dharamshala has many amazing sights. Being the Tibetan Capital in exile, it’s home to lot of things native to Tibet. Be sure to visit the McLeodganj Monastery – a true delight for travelers. The St. John’s Church is a throwback to the Victorian Age and ardent fans of cinema might recognize this iconic structure – it served as the backdrop in many movies. Triund and Ilaka Trek and the Aghanjar Mahadev Temple Trek would satisfy the adventure junkies out there and offer amazing views of snow-capped peaks.
Binsar Valley:
India has such a rich history that it seems to shine through the blaze of modernity that surrounds us these days. Take the Binsar Valley for example, ruled by the great Guptas – one of India’s greatest dynasties. Their signature architectural style is still present in the buildings here, including the Club Mahindra Resort. Soak in the rich history and head out for a marvelous journey at Binsar – it’s sure not to disappoint you.
Things to do in Binsar Valley:
Many famous temples are located in and around Binsar. These include the Patal Bhuvaneshwar Cave Complex, Bageshwar Baijnath Kausani and Gananath Temples among others. For nature lovers, it just keeps on getting better. If the breathtaking views aren’t enough, head over to the Binsar Bird Sanctuary where you get to see some truly exotic birds. Binsar
For the majority of India’s population, snowfall is something they’ll never experience in their home town or cities. Fortunately, there are some places in India that are surrounded by snowy peaks and where we can experience snowfall. Kanatal is one such place. The Club Mahindra resort in Kanatal is simply put, amazing! Mesmerizing snow covered hills; thick foliage, forget-me-not skies and pure air surround you during your stay here. It truly is a magical experience. Kanatal
Things to do in Kanatal:
The Kodia Jungle trek takes you through dense forests on to a vast expanse of undulating hills and valleys. Tiny, gurgling natural springs pepper the way, and if you are lucky, a few wild animals will grace you with their presence. The Tehri Dam and the adjoining Pant Research Institute make for a great visit too. And if you’re feeling adventurous, head over to Shivpuri where you can enjoy some river rafting!
Cherai: Cherai Kerala is called God’s Own Country – and for good reason. The sights and sounds of this State are like no other. Cherai is a town that is unique in its locations – it is located between a lagoon and the beach. Hence, you get to enjoy two of Kerala’s most iconic things – the beaches, and the lagoons that are home to the world famous houseboats.  The attractive landscape is peppered with palms and tropical plants.
Things to do in Cherai:
In addition to the amazing beach, Kerala’s very own backwaters and the lake beside the beach, there’s so much more to do in Cherai.  If you have the time, do visit the Portuguese, Kottapuram and Pallipuram forts; they’re a throwback to Kerala’s rich history.
Yercaud: Yercaud Nature awakens nostalgia at the rustic hill station of Yercaud. This quaint town is located in Tamil Nadu is a true hidden gem. Gorgeous Botanical Gardens, horticultural farms, a spectacular lake and a heritage that speaks for itself make Yercaud a must-visit destination for any serious traveler. The town has many coffee estates and has a history going back to the 18th Century. Also, this town was a favorite of the British to vacation in.
Things to do in Yercaud: Yercaud is a nature lover’s delight – the Botanical Garden & Horticultural farms are amazing to visit post-monsoon, with some exotic and native flowers. Yercaud Lake is the center of the town and the Killyur Falls that supply water to this lake are always a must-visit attraction.
Gangtok: Gangtok The gateway to India’s North-East, Gangtok possesses that mystique that makes it dear to almost all travelers. The Capital of Sikkim is rooted in tradition and the sights and sounds of the town are truly breathtaking. Sikkim’s hospitality touches everyone who visits Gangtok. With views as majestic as the Chola Range and as lush as the green valleys, one enjoys the brew of old world charm and modernity at the resort, leading to a very pleasant vacation. Check out some amazing moments at Gangtok Here. Things to do in Gangtok: Where do we start! There’s so much to do in Gangtok! The ropeway that takes you on a slow tour and offers breath-taking aerial views of the city is one of the first things you should do. The Do-Drul Chorten (Stupa), Enchey Monastery and the Rumtek Monastery are places of great history and offer a glimpse into Sikkim’s heritage and culture. If you’re willing to travel a bit, Tashi Viewpoint offers a stunning view of Mt. Kanchenjunga and the Tsomgo Lake is sure to take your breath away. And if you’re feeling adventurous, you can visit Nathula, the historic border crossing between India and China where trade has flourished for centuries and is now a popular tourist spot.

Celebrate Diwali at Club Mahindra Corbett Park

Diwali is amazing time of the year. It’s the only festival that the entire country celebrates. This year, Diwali starts-off on October 23rd, a Thursday which makes for a really nice long weekend. This is the perfect time for you to relax, unwind and let go of all troubles and spend some time with family. The four day retreat that you can go is bound to be amazing.
What’s more is that Diwali falls right on the cusp of winter. It’s that time of the year when the monsoon starts disappearing and the cool breeze that defined winters is just starting to flow across the land. Hence, visiting a place where you can spend some time quality time with your loved ones is bound to make this holiday really special. The other great thing about visiting a place like this is that you’ll be away from the Diwali fanfare that grips nearly every city in the country. While it’s amazing to see so many people celebrate together, it can get overbearing. Hence, many folks prefer a quiet relaxing holiday. During this time, one of the best places to visit is the Corbett Park in North India.

Corbett Park:
For long, this beautiful, serene National Park has attracted visitors from all over the world. The reasons, plenty to say the least! This is one of the last remaining bastions of true open air wilderness in India. It’s also a fantastic place to visit and explore. Also, because of the way the park is run, wild animals are given their due space and hence, you get an amazing opportunity to catch a glimpse of these animals in their natural element. With so many of nature’s finest creations in close proximity, this truly sets the scene for some magical moments with your loved ones.
Magical Moments at Corbett Park:
You don’t really need a truck full of fire crackers to celebrate Diwali. Staying in the heart of the jungle, you’ll be surrounded by the kind of beauty you rarely experience in the urban landscape. Plush cottages surrounded by trees that have many stories to tell, the sound of a river running through the forest and birds that chirp away during the day, there no place like Corbett Park. Think about breakfast overlooking a river watching elephants and gazelle is something that can only be experienced here. There truly is no place this.

Activities at Corbett Park:
Venture deep into the forest on an open-top jeep and get a never-before seen view of wildlife. From the wild buffaloes, to gazelle that sprint like the wind and if you’re lucky, you might spot some really magnificent beasts that truly capture the magnificence of Mother Nature.
Corbett Resort
Amazing places have their own special charm. Corbett Park has a history that stretches back many decades. This place has been carefully preserved and still retains that old-world charm and transports you to a different era. Even the resorts here, like Club Mahindra’s fabulous retreat carry a unique vibe that transports you to another place. There really is no place like Corbett and if you haven’t visited it yet, this Diwali is the perfect occasion to do so!