Plan a Staycation at These Destinations After a Stressful Work Week

Holiday Places in India

Maintaining a healthy work-life balance is crucial. The importance of this balance has been discussed over and over in books, articles and now on social media. As important as it is to work hard and perform well wherever you work, it is equally essential to take care of your health and take breaks. Be it a small getaway near the city or a long vacation across the country, a break holds the power to help you unwind especially if you are under a lot of stress. One of the perks of living in metropolitan cities of India is that they are well-connected to a number of tourist destinations that can be easily explored over the course of long weekends or sometimes even your regular Saturdays and Sundays. 

If you feel that your schedule won’t allow you to take a long break, you can always head for a staycation within your city. Staying in a hotel or resort after a long week with no worries can surely make you feel much more relaxed than not taking a break at all. If you are planning to take a much-needed break anytime soon, here are the best holiday places in India that you should surely consider.

9 Best Holiday Places in India

1. Goa

Goa Vacation

The party capital of India is also one of the best places to relax after a long and stressful week. While North Goa is bustling with pretty beaches and party spots, South Goa tends to relax you with its serenity, picturesque beaches and breathtaking landscapes. You can experience much-needed relaxation in South Goa The LaLiT Golf & Spa Resort Goa which features a spa, a private beach and a golf course. Regarded as one of the best 5 star hotels in Goa, the hotel will you mesmerized with its picturesque, luxurious amenities and hospitality. 

2. Mussoorie


One of the most revered holiday places in India, Mussoorie makes for a great staycation destination. Lush green landscapes, stunning views, trekking trails, waterfalls and cute cafes are all present here to give the best rejuvenating weekend that you deserve. Some of the must visit places include Company Garden,  Lal Tibba, Clouds End and Kempty Falls. If you want to treat the shoppaholic in you, make sure to visit Mall road, the main shopping area situated at the heart of Mussoorie. Th bazaar has several shops selling wooden artifacts and the roads are lined with Victorian benches and lamposts, if you wish to relax for a bit and bask in the vibe of the place.

3. Udaipur

Udaipur Family Vacation

The beauty of the City of Lakes lies in its history and rich culture. Udaipur is easily accessible from all major metropolitans and has ample things to do that will help you break the monotony of your work week. Some must-visit spots in Udaipur include Lake Pichola, City Palace and Jag Mandir. If you wish to experience the regalness of the city you can plan a stay at The LaLiT Laxmi Vilas Palace Udaipur, which is situated amidst the Aravali hills with a breathtaking view of the FatehSagar lake.

4. Mahabaleshwar


Nestled amidst the Western Ghats of the Sahyadri Mountain range, Mahabaleshwar is the ultimate destination where you can unwind after a long week. Decked up in gorgeous landscapes made of lush green mountains and dazzling rivers you should surely take a drive to this hill station if you haven’t already. The best time to visit Mahabaleshwar is from December to February as the weather is just perfect, and you can always head outdoors, explore the strawberry farms and try delicious shakes made from freshly picked strawberries.

5. Khajuraho

Khajuraho Destination

Located in Madhya Pradesh, Khajuraho is home to a renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site – Western Group of Temples. Khajouraho is famous for its Nagara-Style architecture and graceful sculptures of Hindu deities. As you step out to explore the city, you’ll discover how beautifully the city is adorned with rich history and culture. Khajuraho as a destination isn’t always crammed with tourists which makes it great for a laid-back trip with family. Make sure you choose the right stay enhance your experience of the city.

Also Read: Khajuraho Temples

6. Corbett

Corbett National Park
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Corbett National Park is one of the most renowned tourist destinations in India. It is home to a large number of tigers. Besides the famous Tiger Safari, Corbett features a lush green forest that cuts across streams and rivers – an absolute delight to watch. Take the jeep safari and if you’re lucky, you might also be able to spot a tiger.

7. Mumbai

Gateway Of India Mumbai

Mumbai has a fast-paced life which can become stressful with work, commute and other tasks. However, you can easily find relaxing staycation spots within and near the city. Famous hillstations such as Lonavala and Karjat are just a few hours away and help you escape the hustle and bustle of the city. You can also choose to stay at a luxurious 5-star hotel within the city which will help you unwind and rejuvenate yourself.

8. Bangalore

The Bangalore Palace

The IT Hub of India has a lot of places to explore when you aren’t working. To make the most of your weekend,  you can simply book a stay at The LaLiT Ashok Bangalore, one of the best hotels in Bangalore where you can pamper yourself at the spa or treat your tastebuds with the most delectable food. If you are interested in a short drive, there are a number of holiday places near Bangalore like Ooty, Coorg and Wayanad.

Also Read: Places to Visit in Bangalore

9. Jaipur

Amer Fort

One of the most famous tourist destinations in India, the Pink City is makes for a  great staycation destination. If you wish to explore the rich heritage architecture of the city, you can always head out to explore famous monuments such as Amer Fort, Jal Mahal and Hawa Mahal. Jaipur also has tonnes of markets you can check out if shopping is your therapy.

Now that you have the ultimate staycation list at hand, make sure to take that much-needed break after working all week!

September 16, 2022

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