Bachelor parties are once in a lifetime opportunity to live life the way we want before we get hitched. Here is a list of some amazing places to visit if you are looking to celebrate your bachelor party

1. Alleppey:

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Alleppey is one of the most important tourist centers in Kerala, God’s own country, with a large network of inland canals making it the “Venice of the east”. The lifeline of Alleppey is primarily this large network of canals. Alleppey, the ideal headquarters for backwater tourism in the country is an absolute paradise for the youth who are looking to have their bachelor parties.

2. Gokarna:

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Gokarna is situated in the northern part of Karnataka and it is a pilgrimage center. Also a tourist spot because of its beautiful beaches, it is located at the confluence of two rivers Aganashini and Gangavali, and the place where the rivers converge forms a shape that’s similar to the ear of a cow, hence the name, Gokarna (Gokarna in the local language literally means cow’s ear). The natural beauty surrounding this place is absolutely remarkable and it sure is one of the must-visit places to do a bachelor party.

3. Goa:

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This list would’ve been totally pointless without Goa. From the very affordable drinks* to the immensely beautiful beaches, Goa is a bachelor’s paradise and every gang of friends in India would’ve dreamt and planned on visiting Goa at least once. With the diverse cultural existence in this place, Goa should be on the bachelor party list for everyone.

4. Lambasingi:

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Lambasingi Hills or Lammasingi Hills is often referred to as the “Kashmir of Andhra Pradesh”. This hill station is situated at about 100km from Vishakhapatnam and at an altitude of 1000 meters above sea level. This is the only place in Southern India, where you can experience snowfall sometimes in winter. Temperatures during winters remain between 0 and 10 degree Celsius. During some instances, temperature even go below 0°C in winters, December and January being the coldest months of the year. Though there aren’t any resorts in this place, bachelors can make some tents around campfire at this place and make it worthwhile.

5. Murudeshwar:

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Located in Bhatkal taluk in Karnataka, Murudeshwar is known to have the second tallest statue of Lord Shiva. The Murudeshwar Temple lies on a hill known as Kanduka Giri and the western most point of the town is a landmass that juts out of the mainland to form a small peninsula about two km west of the temple. Though it is a well known for the huge statue, this place has some features like scuba diving, snorkelling and other water sports. If you want to add an element of adventure in your bachelor party, Murudeshwar is a good bet.

6. Kodaikanal:

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Kodaikanal is a hill station in the south indian state of Tamil Nadu. It’s set in an area of granite cliffs, forested valleys, lakes, waterfalls and grassy hills. At 2,000 meters above sea level, the place centers around man-made, star-shaped Kodaikanal Lake, bordered by evergreen forest. You can hire boats to row, hike and do some cycling around the lake for 5km. This popular tourist spot is a must for bachelors.

7. Hampi:

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When it comes to the important world heritage sites in India, the ruins of Hampi hold the top position in the prestigious list. Hampi is basically a village located in the Northern part of Karnataka, which forms an integral part of the ruins of Vijaynagara empire. Apart from the peaceful ambience of this place while you enjoy the architectural brilliance, this place is also famous for things which we cannot write about, in this article.

8. Coorg:

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This village in Karnataka is a frequent weekend getaway for the people living in and around Bangalore and Mysore. However, this is also an ideal place to celebrate your bachelor parties before you get hitched. Abbi falls, Talacauvery are some major attractions here and you will not regret choosing Coorg for your one last party with friends.

9. Malpe:

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Known for its pristine beach, Malpe is a prominent fishing harbor on the Karnataka coast about six km from the temple town of Udupi, at the mouth of the Udyavara river. Surrounded by some beautiful rocky islands, tourists are more attracted to St. Mary’s and Daria Bahadurgad islands. Known for its seafood, the hotels near the beach serve the best variety. The Spring Zouk festival showcasing some amazing DJ’s, art, cuisine and culture is another major attraction for tourists. This beautiful beach town is an excellent choice for bachelor parties

10. Pondicherry:

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Pondicherry of course is well known for its french architecture that has a centuries-old history. This place offers a unique experience with a mixed bag of spiritual culture and the fascinating architecture. Being one of the best holiday destinations in the country, Pondicherry is a paradise for bachelors to live it up one last time.

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