Five Places You Should Travel in India After Retirement
They say, retirement is the start of a new phase of life. It sure is. After years of working hard and taking care of the family and kids, it is time for you to shed that burden off your shoulders and enjoy life doing things that you couldn’t do before but love doing. If you have always aspired to travel and see many beautiful places, now is your time to rise and shine.
You need not stop pursuing your passion for travelling because of your age. Rather, you can make a list of places to visit after retirement and tick them off one by one. You can spend time exploring new places in India.
You can get the Club Mahindra Bliss membership, which would enable you to 100+ resorts in India and abroad and indulge in the many unique experiences. If you have recently retired and are looking for some post-retirement adventure, we have put together a list of top destinations that you must visit.
A fascinating hill station in Tamil Nadu is one of the best places to visit after retirement if you want to retreat to a calm and serene place. If you are a nature lover, you would surely be delighted seeing the many waterfalls, the lakes, and the lush greenery all around.
It is a place where you can peacefully spend a few days admiring nature and wake up to the sights of many heritage buildings every day. Once a popular summer retreat for the British officers during the colonial era, the place will surely win your heart over many times throughout your stay.
You can make your visit to this beautiful hill station even better by staying at the Club Mahindra Danish Villa or Club Mahindra Derby Green, most popular resorts in Ooty. These properties offer an unparalleled view of the hills and the valley, and make you feel at home with their world-class facilities and services.
One of the lesser-explored places in India, Mehghalaya is a great place to travel after retirement. We all know that the north East part of our country is endowed with the most spectacular natural beauty, and Mehgalaya is no different. The traditional culture, stunning water falls, sparking rivers, natural-formed caves, pure, blissful air, and more importantly the friendly locals, would make you fall in love with this place instantly.
Everywhere you turn, you would be greeted with a scenic view and the thick blanket of green that envelopes the state is a cynosure to the eye.
While you are in Mehgalaya, you can book your stay at the Polo Towers, one of the best resorts in Shillong, hosted by Club Mahindra. The property offers a serene living space, and its ideal location admist the city, makes it a perfect base for you to explore the different places in an around Shillong.
If you have been yearning for a spiritual trip after retirement for long, Varanasi could be the perfect place. Apart from being one of the most important and popular pilgrimage sites in India, the city also has a rich history that would leave you awestruck.
The city, till date, maintains its old-world charm, and the spiritual aura around the numerous ghats is palpable. Whether you are on a spiritual journey or not, when you are in the city, you must surely witness the Ganga aarti that is performed every evening.
It is a prayer to please the Holy Ganges, Lord Shiva, the Sun and the Fire Gods. The site of the rituals where the priests light up the lamp and chant hymns is magical and sure to give you goosebumps.
The party capital of India, Goa is a popular tourist destination for beach lovers and the ones who like to party all night. But Goa is one of the few places in India that pleases people of all age groups and all kinds of travellers, making it one of the best travel destinations for senior citizens.
The long and unending coastline of Goa is home to some of the best beaches in the world, with some of the beaches winning the prestigious Blue Flag. It is an ideal destination to spend some quality time with your partner. You can just sit by the beach, enjoy the cool breeze and go on a nostalgic journey, relieving the best moments you have spent together.
Have you always been fascinated by the stories and the royal lifestyle that Indian kings had? If yes, you must surely visit Jaipur to get a close-up look at the Rajput King’s royal life and grandiosity. The city, with its stunning havelis, mesmerising palaces and forts that are soaked in rich history will take you back in time.
Apart from exploring the various monuments, Jaipur is one of the best places to travel after retirement to learn more about Rajasthani culture and hospitality. Also, when you are in the city, you must treat yourself to the delicious Rajasthani cuisine; you must try the signature dishes like Laal Maas, Dal Bati Churma, and the various sweets like Ghevar, Rabri, and more.
You can experience the traditional Rajasthani-style hospitality at the Club Mahindra Jaipur resort. It is a place where you can experience the best of what the Pink City of India has to offer.
So, you have a list of places at hand that you can visit after retirement, it is about time that you start ticking off the places from your wishlist. Buy the Bliss membership today and start living the good life that starts right after 50!