I visited the beautiful town of Naldehra in December last year with a group of friends and let me tell you it is no less than a picture perfect destination.
It is situated 22 kms from Shimla, tucked away in it's own world.
Naldehra is also home to the oldest golf course in India. This is an unusual course, perched at a height of 2044 metres, strewn with boulders, trees, and little hillocks.
We were there for a peaceful weekend getaway away from the city and the hustle of our daily routine.In turn, Naldehra turned out to be exactly that and much more .
We explored a new place , soaked in the beauty of nature, woke up and slept without having to care, snowballed each other, River Rafted in Satluj and created memories for a lifetime.
For most of us, this was our first trip to the mountains, when we arrived we were a group of shutter happy tourists clicking photos at every instance of snow or a beautiful view, but when we returned we were much more - We were Travellers.
We started our Journey from Noida at around 10.00 in the night and we were full of energy and excitement looking forward to the much awaited trip ahead of us. We had hired a 14-seater tempo traveller as we were advised to go by our own vehicle, as transportation to local and nearby places in hilly areas can burn a hole in your pocket.
We also stopped by at Amrik Sukhdev Dhaba to grab a late night bite and to get a few pictures clicked.