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5 Places to travel for peace-seekers

Published on 22 Mar 2021

5 Places to travel for peace-seekers

We all have those moments of, 'I need a break from life', from time to time. Be it the constant hassle of work or a stretched pandemic, traveling to the right place at the right time fills us with a rejuvenating spirit. After a well-deserved break, we will hop back on to our once-mindless-now-refreshing routines and maybe appreciate them a bit more. 

With that in mind, here are 5 places you can travel when in need of peace-


Tosh is a small yet soul-gripping village amidst Himachal Pradesh. It boasts high mountains about 7900 ft in elevation near the buzzing town of Kasol in Parvati Valley. The tiny wooden houses perfectly complement the alluring hill ranges. From soothing walks along the Parvati river to picturesque cafes, Tosh is ‘the place’ to visit whenever you need some peace.

Tosh is home to some of the richest and diverse flora and fauna. It is the ideal sight for bird-watchers and nature lovers. The high-spirited village offers serenity and a chance to let loose!


Explore the port city of southern India, Mangalore, located in Karnataka. Mangalore, now Mangaluru, named after the goddess Mangladevi, boasts a plethora of temples, beaches, churches, and hypnotizing sunrise and sunset view.

You would not have to think twice before booking a trip to Mangalore, as its glimmering beaches and scenic ambiance are the ideal spots to relax your soul.

Often referred to as the ‘melting pot’ of cultures, Mangalore has seen an influx of youth from diverse backgrounds enriching its customs and values. A small yet astounding city Mangalore is a sweet spot for surfers and an ideal vacation destination for many!


Dharamkot is a gem hidden inside the vast Himachal Pradesh. A small hill station offering aesthetically-pleasing sights is Dharamkot’s USP!

Set in Kangra district and a short distance from the popular hotspot Mcleodganj, its breath-taking Kangra Valleys and Dhauladhar ranges are a point of traction for many tourists. Dharamkot is a hit for all peace seekers.

The hilly ranges provide a soul-stirring climb for trekking enthusiasts. The majestic view of nature from the Triund and Snowline is awe-striking for all!


The former Portuguese colony Goa is a concoction of Indian and Portuguese culture reflecting in the city’s architecture and the way of life of its local population. Goa illustrates a unique city life distinct from other states. And, is termed as the most peaceful state of India.

Goa flaunts the jazziest beaches and trendiest party culture. Apart from the razzle-dazzle, Goa is also the finest choice for solace seekers. From historic art galleries, museums, and libraries to majestic forests, Goa caters to all!


One of the seven sisters of India, Meghalaya is engulfed by Assam in the north and east and Bangladesh in the south. The Brahmaputra river lines its west border. Home to three diverse tribes- Khasis, Garos, and Jaintias the state boasts a prosperous cultural heritage.

Meghalaya opens the solace-seekers with open arms to its foggy mountains and lively traditions. You will experience a place unlike any and will keep coming back to it when in need of introversion.

Known as the Abode of Clouds, Meghalaya illustrates the beautiful monsoon seasons of India. The monsoon admirers tour Meghalaya to feel the rain droplets on their faces and inhale the nostalgic smell of wet sand. The state flourishes with aesthetic parks, hills, and flamboyant bazaars.


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