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12 Cool Destinations That You Should Cover in Your 20s

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Looking to experience the wilder and youthful side of your life? Whether it's partying like there is no tomorrow or scaling pretty landscapes with your friends, here are some destinations that you must visit when you are in your early 20s.

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1. Goa
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Nalin Tiwari adds, “Goa, the name itself, brings back memories of my finest holidays in India. This time was no exception. The place is full of vibrancy andyouthfulness. Anytime is party time and its a truly rejuvenating experience.

2. Manali
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HolidayIQ Reviewer SAMUDRA GUPTA shares, “It caters to an entire spectrum of tourists. People will enjoy the Yak ride and hairy rabbits at the Hadimba Temple, the young will love the Rohtang Pass.”

HolidayIQ Reviewer Lovverma adds, “Manali is indeed a paradise for young budding travellers. The best place for buying good local stuff and also a heaven for foodies. Then there are places like Hadimba Temple which is on the list of every traveller and is the place where the shooting of many movies also took plankton Yeh Jawaani Hai Dewaani.”

3. Jaipur
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Harshvardhan Singh adds, “And if you are a student, don't forget to bring your student card. You will get a huge discount on tickets and 50%off on local bus tickets except at Sunday and university or school holidays.”

4. Pune
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Rishabh Verma says, “Khadakwasla lake is located 16 km away from Pune railway station. Most of the crowd there are college students.

HolidayIQ Reviewer Shubha Shenoy says, “The climate in Pune is very cool and pleasant and since there are many youngsters, it is by far one of the best places to hang around.”

HolidayIQ Reviewer Deepa Kumar adds, “Aga Khan palace is situated in Kalyani Nagar and is very near to Pune airport. Very neat and clean place. Must visit place for students.”

5. Ooty
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Abhinav Pathak adds, “I am a college student. I and my 4 friends made a plan to visit Ooty and oh! what a great trip it was. We have been to many places but out of them, we enjoyed the Ooty Lake most. The lake is just perfectly situated with trees and mountains and is having a good boating facility to make the most of it.”

HolidayIQ Reviewer Abhinav Sahu says, “I and my few college friends planned to go to Ooty as it is near from our college. We went there by using train and bus and while returning we took toy train. We visited several places there but among them, one was Dolphin's Nose point.

6. Kodaikanal
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Jayashree Soundararajan says, “Kodaikanal one of the popular hill stations in Tamil Nadu is a quiet, nice place and has a whole lot to offer for four or five days.Great place be it just a couple or a big gang ofyoungsters.

HolidayIQ Reviewer Krishanu Borah adds, “A must-go place for people who love to see clouds, mountains and clouds. The view was really breathtaking. You can easily spend a day in the forest reserve where the silent valley is located. Picturesque valleys, lakes, trees crowd the whole valley. Kodaikanal is a must visit place for students who would like to take a time off the busy city schedule.

7. Dehradun

HolidayIQ Reviewer  Latash Khan says, “This place has pleasant weather and genial landscapes, it is surrounded by stupendous Himalayan hills, this ancient city is known for its divine beauty, gushing streams, deep ravines and lustrous valleys. The weather and fresh environment served as an aromatic medicine for everyone.

HolidayIQ Reviewer Jyoti Bhatt adds, “It's situated in the beautiful Doon Valley and well-connected to all available nearby transportation.”

8. Shimla
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Peaceman travel adds, “There are mighty rivers like Beas, Ravi, Sutlej and Chandra in which white water rafting is a rage with youngsters. There are awesome glaciers and enchanting lakes, snow-capped peaks and lush-green valleys.”

HolidayIQ Reviewer Nishchal Thakur says, “I visited here with my college friends and it is an awesome journey to this place.

9. Rishikesh
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HolidayIQ Reviewer dr. Nitin says, “A place which has everything in itself, religious, full of adventure, abundant wildlife and life's most precious and pious moment. It's a city for every age group, young or middle age or a newly married couple, so much this city has to offer.

10. Pondicherry
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Jish Mith says, “It is like a weekend paradise for students and working professionals from Tamil Nadu. The place is filled with both domestic and international tourists around the year.

HolidayIQ Reviewer A S shares, “You can find a lot of foreigners, college kids who are roaming around the city on hired bikes. There are a lot of places where you can get authentic French cuisines. Pondicherry is one place in India where French is the first language, therefore, you might find locals talking to foreigners in fluent French. The beach road is an amazing place to be during the evening.”

11. Mussoorie
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Samriddha Roy shares, “This chirpy, spirited waterfall would certainly grab attention of the tourists who are taking a trip to Mussoorie. Some were taking the rocky track along the falls to climb up - it is adventurous and for the youngsters (even non-trekkers), it is fun and challenging.”

HolidayIQ Reviewer Adhitya says, “Mussoorie, since the queen of hills, from the place, the weather to stay and sightseeing, it was awesome. There were many places for sightseeing like Kempty waterfall, Mussoorie lake, mall road market. Thus, the destination chosen was right for the youngster who wants to have a feel of staying in the mountains.”

12. Visakhapatnam

HolidayIQ Reviewer Vidya Thool adds, “During the evening it becomes most happening place as many young tourists flock here. I had most delicious and hygienic panipuri on the beach here.

HolidayIQ Reviewer Cs Murali shares, “Borra caves is a must-see for youngsters. It is best to use a guide as one needs to understand its history and the unique natural formations.”

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