Great travel destinations for vacation with senior citizens!

Ok! So even you want to treat your grandpa and grandma a good vacation alone for some days? Or are you searching for a relaxable place to holiday with your wife after your retirement? A place that’s safe and serene, has some good activities for you both and lot of sight seeing and super excotic food too? Not to forget some delectable meal options to suit you both and your wallet too? Come, let’s decide which of these can be the perfect place for all the grandpa’s and grannies, and senior citizens.

Mount Abu

A lovely and only hill station lying at the Aravalies, at Rajasthan, near Gujarat is really famous amongst the locals and the nearby crowd. Due to some mythological values inhibet to the place, it’s also quite known with the devotees. Mount Abu is perfect for your vacation with senior citizens because it offers calm, serenic naturals views to gaze at Achalghar and Gurushikhar.


The Nakki lake and a relaxing time boating at the beautiful lake will certainly give them a pleasant feeling. The wildlife sanctuaries here can be an exciting place to check for people of all ages. While the Toad rock is something great to see here too. Not to forget the rich and diversified bazaar’s here to keep them busy, and some really delicious cuisine like Kikoda ki sabji, Kicha ki sabji, Gajar ki sabji, Beans ki sabji, Karela ki sabji, Guwar fali ki saag and daal bati churma to add some spice to their vacation here.


A beautiful little heaven at the north eastern part of india that remain in its most gorgeous form throughout the year. The one destination that looks like a golden serene beauty during summers and chilled, whitish captivating mounts during winters. The monsoons leave it rich green with best natural beauty to gaze upon! A visit to Sikkim will satisfy the serenic cravings in your soul. Do visit here to check out some alluring sites and places like Tsomgo lake, a beauty in itself offering spectating views.

Yumthang valley, Gangtok, Nathula Pass, and Pelling toxperience peace and tranquility while exploring Buddhist monasteries, snow-capped mountains, and wildlife sanctuaries. While Yuksom, an old historic town in west Sikkim is blessed with natural beauty and uninterrupted trail for trekkers. Yumthang is a beautiful valley bounded by snowcapped mountains. All three are extremely beautiful tourist places in Sikkim. Teesta River is stunning to look at when it is frozen in winters and during springs, it reflects true charisma of nature.

While you explore these captivating sites, don’t forget to try out their famous local dishes like momos, thukpa and sael roti.


A beautiful, alluring hill station at Tamil Nadu known as the princess of hill station. It’s lush greens, beautiful lakes and explorable sites will make you feel relieved! With the the huge rocks in the wilderness and the enchanting waterfalls, it creates landscapes and natural beauty that one doesn’t want to miss.


Do check out the Kodaikanal lake, one of the most beautiful lakes in India, green valley, a stupendous sight for nature lovers, Bear Shola falls, the water falls that’ll make you fall in love with mother nature and Devil’s kitchen, an amazing view for nature lovers. Being the most loved hill stations in India, Kodaicanal offers varied type of North Indian, Western iIndian and East Indian Cuisine here. You can especially try the South Indian Local Cuisine that’s served here with their filter capee being the most famous. Also, some of the restaurants serve amazing Tibetan meals here too.

Madhya Pradesh

The rich and full of heritage sites state that’s also called the heart of incredible India, Madhya Pradesh boasts of some some amazing destinations that are worth exploring. From the city of lakes, Bhopal to the city prides in having the monument of Lal Baugh, Indore. From the place that’s finch in art and heritage like Gwalior, to the land of temples and forts, Orchha. It has enough ecjltural evidences that can represent the whole of India.


With important cities like Jabalpur, the city boasts of a mesmerising natural beauty that is surrounded by granite & sandstone hillocks and Dhuandhar Waterfall, Bhedaghat, Marble Rocks, Bargi Dam, Madan Mahal Fort, Dumna Nature Reserve, Rani Durgavati Memorial & Museum, and Pisan Hari Jain Temple. When here, do try their Bhopali Gosht Korma, chakki ki Shak, Bhutte Ka Kees and Daal Bafla.


A unique and spectacular hill station at Maharashtra.The amazing destination boasts of great climate almost three fourth time of the year. Some really attractive points can be seen here like tableland, a favourite place for movie shoots with serenic view that can be seen from here.


You can gaze at the exceptional sunsets and sunrises from here, the veena lake is perfect and calm retreat fit for family trips. The numerous games and attractions are superb entertainment for people of all ages. Try their excotic and authentic sweet corn dishes, their seasonal strewaberry with cream desserts and much more can be tried at various stalls over here.

12 Comments Add yours

  1. Miss Andi says:

    I’m not a senior but man, do I want to see these places!

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  2. jaya1966 says:

    I am not a senior citizen but I am 52 and like to visit places that relax and rejuvenate me. I would love to visit Mahabaleshwar and Mount Abu. Breathtaking photographs.

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    1. Thanks .Surely would do so.


  3. Kalpanaa says:

    I think this is a fabulous idea for a post. Enjoyed it thoroughly.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thanks Kalpana


  4. sushmasn says:

    Wow! Great article keeping senior citizens mind. Though I am not a senior citizen, I would love to travel to Sikkim
    Do check mine at

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  5. Having travelled to all the fabulous destinations mentioned, I feel Sikkim, more specifically Gangtok is a great place to visit with parents and family. Loved the pics as well.

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  6. Sayan Bhattacharya says:

    Beautiful descriptions of all the places Saba.. I enjoy reading your travel posts! Of the ones you have written about, I have visited Kodaikanal and Jabalpur, and you have described the places accurately!

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  7. shwetadave says:

    Wonderful places and beautiful pictures. Mount abu seems the place to be at for a perfect weekend! Been to few places, north east is on the bucket!

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