7 Amazing Destinations You Must Visit Before Turning 35!

Life comes with its own set of experiences and if you really want to experience all the shades of life- travel! Travelling gives you life lessons which no school or college will teach you and memories which will last you a life time!

There is nothing like being young! So, make the best use of what are probably the most carefree years of your life by travelling to and exploring new places and cultures! You have all the energy and risk taking ability without bothering about responsibilities. So, just pack your bags and head for an exotic or adventurous rendezvous.

Here is a list of happening places that you should definitely visit before you are 35.

1.Hemkund Sahib.


Hemkund means a bowl of snow. Hemkund Sahib is the only gurudwara in India that is located at the highest altitude of more than 15,000 feet. It is made in the shape of a star and has a holy lake nearby called ‘Amrit Sarovar’.

This place is at such a high altitude that it is impossible to reach by any vehicle. The only way to get to Hemkund Sahib is by foot starting from Gobindgarh. It is an adventurous trek as you walk on a path with ice walls on either side. Make sure you are at your fittest before you embrace the arduous trek.

Once you reach this place, you can enjoy the beauteous view of the Gurudwara surrounded with snow capped mountains on all sides.

2.Sunburn Festival, Goa.


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Goa is one of the most popular travel destinations in India. Another thing it is popular for  apart from its scenic beaches is the Sunburn festival. Sunburn is the Asia’s biggest electronic dance music (EDM) fest on the beachside. It happens every year around New Year.

If you haven’t had the chance to be a part of Sunburn Festival yet, you are really missing out on all the fun.  Apart from top EDM artists performing here, you have a four day long psychedelic mix of nonstop entertainment.

3.Pangong Lake.


It is a lake made famous in the scenes from hit films like ‘Three Idiots’ and ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’. Well, apart from its filmy debut, the lake holds other attractions too.

It is located at an altitude of more than 13,000 feet above sea level. It is one third Indian and the rest of it is Tibetan. It takes a five hour drive from Leh to reach Pangong lake. Best time to visit the lake is from June to September.

It boasts of a breathtaking view of the pristine blue waters which changes colours and enthralls you with equally amazing sunsets. Make sure you take your camera along to capture its serene and untouched beauty. It is a great place to sit and meditate in the quiet surroundings.

4.Bhangarh Fort.

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Located in Alwar district in Rajasthan, Bhangarh Fort is one of the most haunted places in India. It is 300 kilometer drive away from Delhi. Built in the 17th century, the folklore states that the entire town was wiped out in a day’s time. Although it is in ruins, a lot of thrill-seeking youngsters in groups visit this place.

The government sign board forbids anyone to stay at Bhangarh fort from sun down to sunrise. Paranormal activities have apparently been sighted by the locals. They say that no person has been found later who has dared to spend the night at the haunted fort.

It is one hell of an experience to feel the eeriness of this place in daytime and garner stories first hand.

5.Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

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Discover the underwater world at Andaman and Nicobar islands. Go for under sea walk or scuba diving and witness a magical world deep under. The colourful school of fish to corals, the marine life is sure to leave you awestruck with its exotic blend.



River rafting in the Ganges is a must try for all the youngsters out there. The adrenaline rush that strikes you when you brave the rapids is an experience like no other. You hang on to your life jacket for staying afloat. Nothing can beat the sense of accomplishment when you finish the last lap of rafting.

You can also for zip lining, bungee jumping and going for the giant swing for an added rush of adventure.

7.Solang Valley.


Apart from the snow clad view, Solang valley offers you an opportunity to literally fly. Yes, you can go for a paragliding trip in Solang. The aerial view will give you an unforgettable experience. Go for it while you are young and fearless.

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