10 Best Places for Camping
We all love to travel. But when have the pockets of us employed people been hot. At the end of the month, two thousand rupees are left in the pocket. Do you bathe naked in it and squeeze it? And here things are going to turn around. Sharing knowledge of camping.
Due to the sight of God and being close to the Ganges, there is always a rush of travelers in Rishikesh. Hundreds of travelers also come here for camping and rafting.
The weather is always cold on the banks of the river. At night, camp out and play games. Many people also go rafting in the morning.
You must definitely come to Rishikesh as a great camping site.
By Road- You will get a direct bus from Delhi to Rishikesh. It will take you around 7 hours to reach Rishikesh by bus and will cost you around ₹500.
Train Route – There are direct trains from Delhi to Rishikesh. It will take you around 7 hours and you will get a sleeper ticket for around ₹200.
2. Sharavati, Karnataka
Sharavati is not a place in itself but a river, which starts in Karnataka in the west coast of India and passes near Jog Falls. 6 kms from Jog Falls You can go camping on the banks of river Sharavati far away. If needed, you need to take a camping bag with you.
Rail Route- If you want to reach by train from Bangalore, then it will be a little expensive deal. You have to get down at Shivamoga (fare Rs.185) by train which is 88 kms from Jog Falls. is far. Better go by bus route.
Bus Route- 380 kms from Bangalore. To reach the distant Jo Falls, you will get a bus which will cost up to ₹800 and will reach you in 8 hours.
3. Nainital Lake, Uttarakhand
Every year people come for camping on Nainital lake in Kumaon district of Uttarakhand. Don’t just go camping on the clear water Nainital Lake. Apart from being a sight worth seeing, you can also go out for rafting on the Nainital lake.
By Road – To reach Nainital from Delhi, you will get buses which will reach you overnight. Bus fare will be up to ₹600.
Train Route – You will reach Kathgodam from Delhi for about ₹ 200. This journey will be completed in about 7 hours.
4. Kareri Lake, Himachal Pradesh
Kareri Lake in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh has always been a favorite tourist camp for adventure lovers. The Kareri lake becomes snowy from December to April of the year. But even at this time the views here are worth seeing.
10 KM from Dharamsala If you need a camping bag to go to this far away lake. By coming here, you can enjoy the beautiful views of the evening.
By Road- A direct train from Delhi will take you to Pathankot. It will take 12 hours and the fare will be around ₹350. From here you will get buses to Dharamshala.
Bus Routes- You can find buses from Delhi to Dharamshala. You will reach in about 12 hours and it will take around ₹800.
5. Rupin River, Himachal Pradesh
You can set up your camp at a place called Dhaula in Uttarakhand.
Apart from camping in the Rupin River, people also go for trekking to the Rupin Pass in Himachal. You can find all his information by clicking here.
By Road- You will get bus from Delhi to Shimla. Fares up to Rs 650. From Shimla you have to go by jeep to Rohru. Buses also ply from Shimla to Rohru, but in very few numbers. This entire journey will be completed in 15 hours.
Train Route- You will get train from Delhi to Kalka. Even the sleeper fare is Rs 240. You will get bus from Kalka to Shimla. Rent Rs 170. From there you have to go by jeep till Rohru. Let’s assume about 15 hours. The total fare will be up to Rs 600.
6. Pangong Lake, Leh
Pangong Lake is a very famous lake in Leh. The shooting of the film 3 Idiots was also done on the banks of this lake. Where Kareena Kapoor gave a demo and told that the nose does not come in the middle. Must have remembered.
Yes but you can come for camping. Just keep one thing in mind, here you have to do camping keeping in mind the weather. Plan to go to Leh due to freezing cold for half a year and keep it carefully.
how to reach
By Rail – You can travel from Delhi to Jammu Tawi by train, which is 700 kms from Leh. is far. Sleeper fare up to Rs 350. From here you have to take a bus or a cab.
By Road- You can reach Leh by bus from Delhi
No. Manali to Himachal Pradesh Tourist buses travel from Manali to Leh and back to Manali will cost ₹6000, which is not much for this journey.
7. Chandratal Lake, Himachal Pradesh
People visiting the Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh must stop for an evening near the Chandratal Lake. For camping, it is as if this place is heaven. You must have guessed by seeing the view.
By Rail – Joginder Nagar Railway Station is the nearest railway station to Chandratal Lake which is about 290 kms away. is far. To reach here you have to change train at Pathankot. At present these trains are not running.
By Road- You can go from Delhi to Manali by bus (fare up to Rs 800) and then another bus from Manali via Rohtang pass to Kunzum pass (fare Rs 600). From there you will take a cab to reach Chandratal Lake (fare up to 250). This journey will be about 2 days. Then it will also take 2 days to come back.
8. Teesta River, Sikkim
The Teesta River starts from Sikkim and joins the Brahmaputra River through West Bengal. You can easily go camping in the village of Namprik in North Sikkim.
By Rail – Via Kolkata, you reach the nearest railway station Jalpaiguri. From there you will have to reach your destination by car or bus. A ticket from Kolkata to Jalpaiguri will cost up to ₹350 and will take around 14 hours to reach.
9. Kolluru, Andhra Pradesh
You can also come for camping in Kolluru. By looking at the place, you can know how good this place is for camping and for seeing the view from the Godavari river.
By Road – There will be a direct bus from Bangalore to Kolluru, which will take you about 16 hours. The cost will come up to ₹ 1200.
By Rail – You can catch a train from Bangalore to Tenali. From there you will get a bus to Kolluru. The cost will come to around ₹ 700 and the journey will be completed in about 13 hours.
10. Gandikota, Andhra Pradesh
Gandikota, situated on the banks of the Penna River, can be a great tourist spot for your camping. You must have seen pictures of this place many times on Discovery Channel. By reaching this place, you will also get an idea of its specialness.
By Rail – The nearest railway station to Gandikota is Jamlamadguru which is about 17 kms away. is far. For here you can see train from Tirupati or Bangalore. You will have to change train at Yeraguntla. It will take you around 7 hours from Tirupati. The total fare will be Rs 310 (Tirupati to Yeraguntla Rs 170 + Yeraguntla to Jamlamadguru Rs 140).
By Road- You can go to Gandikota by National Highway 7. It is about 250 kms from Bangalore. is far. It will take you around 8 hours by your own vehicle. The fare will be around ₹700.
11. Pawana Lake, Maharashtra
If you have a plan for camping in Maharashtra, then you can do camping on the banks of Pawana Lake in Lonavala, Khandala.
By Rail – Every day trains leave from Mumbai via Lonavala. The sleeper fare is up to ₹150. You can easily reach in 2 hours.
By Road – Direct buses from Mumbai continue to run for Lonavala. Fares up to ₹200. Time 4 hours.