The old laidback villages with a slow but soothing life are now vanishing day by day. The jungles of concretes are eating them with each passing day; a village is being victimized by the so called modernization. But don’t we miss the life of villages? Those old days when there was no internet or mobile phones we could be glued with? We definitely do But well, how many of us can actually think of travelling there for holidays? While travelling has become fancy and glittery, villages are losing their charm for tourists.
Fortunately the new concept of theme holidays is reviving the scenario. While various themes like wildlife, adventure, food, snow and many more are widely famous – Village theme holiday is picking up pace as well. With such theme holiday, you will be able to relive your childhood and if your kids have never experienced village life before, you can let them taste it once in their life A complete amazement which will refresh the memories of your pleasant childhood
Go back to the villages of Punjab and start your day with humungous glasses of Lassi For breakfast, enjoy the stuffed parathans which will be loaded with butter. Take a stroll and then you can move to mustard fields or maybe the vast fields of sugarcane Spend your evening with the locals while sharing stories and experiencing their lifestyle while getting the insights of the village life. And yes, you can sleep in fresh air with the sky as your roof. Star gazing – which you thought was impossible, you can enjoy it with utmost peace.
And if you are planning for Himachal or Uttarakhand, you can find your abode in small cottages nestled in the hills. Play with snow all day long and sit besides the mud chullas while your meal is being cooked. Let the fresh breeze touch your heart and rinse your soul so that you can feel to be reborn again. Help farmers on the step farms while you get lost in the enchanting beauty of Mother Nature which will amaze you beyond imagination. Feel connected. Feel unified. Feel one with the world around you. Leave behind your worries and let your tension disappear in thin air of the hills. No commercial tourism. No hustle bustle of a regular and traditional tourist spot. A village in Himachal or Uttarakhand is nothing less than a salvation.
And well, if you choose a village in Rajasthan, camel rides and moving sand dunes awaits you. The colourful culture of Rajasthan can be best experienced while you mix up and blend with the locals in a village. Enjoy the local delicacies and take part in their regular customs. Experience the royal feel and get absorbed in the heritage. V Resorts, a chain of offbeat resorts, understanding the demand of people, organizes village tour in Auwa, Pauri where you can experience rustic charm of a quant village, totally untouched by the modern day life.