Travelling is always fun, especially when you have a bunch of crazy friends. No doubt India has a variety of places to visit. But why not enjoy the beauty of some of the unexplored places?
Listed below are some of the unexplored places which you can visit with your friends.
- Majuli, AssamThe largest river island in the world, Majuli. The island had a total area of 1,250 square kilometers at the beginning of the 20th century, but due to heavy erosion, it has now only an area of 875 square kilometers. Majuli has been the cultural capital of the Assamese Civilization since the 16th century. The locals are known as Mishing, and there are many tribes living here. Filled with a variety of wildlife and thick vegetation, the raw beauty of the place will truly capture your eyes.
- Tirthan Valley, Himachal Pradesh
Situated at an altitude of 1600 metres, the Tirthan Valley is blessed with a wealth of nature’s treasures. It’s located in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, this place derives its name from the Tirthan river, which winds its way through it. This place is ideal for trekking, fishing, wildlife watching and to discover the beauty of the under-explored hill villages.
3. Nubra Valley, Jammu and Kashmir
Jammu and Kashmir often referred as the “heaven on earth” has some immensely beautiful places which are not yet discovered by a lot of people. One such place is this Nubra Valley. This valley offers tremendous scenery on a grand scale with green oasis villages surrounded by thrillingly stark scree slopes, boulder fields and high arid mountains. The sand dunes and monasteries adds a feather to its hat of charm.
4. Gokarna, Karnataka
Are you a person who loves both beaches and also temples? Then Gokarna is the best place for you.
Situated in Karnataka, Gokarna is a small pilgrimage town famous for its sandy beaches. This place now no longer a quaint temple town, but a thriving vacation spot and is as laid back as Goa. In fact, many people now prefer to travel to Gokarna for its beaches are less crowdy and cleaner
5. Mokokchung, Nagaland
The most significant urban centre in Nagaland, Mokokchung is the home of Ao Nagas. Although the Aos have converted to Christianity, you’ll still find the old essence of their old customs and tradition. Since agriculture is the main occupation in that area, the festivals during the months of sowing and harvesting are sure to enhance the tourists’ experience.
6. Balpakaram, Meghalaya Famous for its vast able land of dense forest, teeming wildlife and an unknown rich bio diversity, Balpakaram is the land of scenic beauty situated at a high altitude of 3000 feet above sea level and covering an area of 200 square kilometers. The Garo people consider this place to be sacred as the land where the spirit of the dead sojourn. The locals believe that the cliffs of the canyon are the natural habitats of the gonchos or the evil spirits. Interestingly, on the Khasi hills border, there is a natural water tank of the rock, which is perpetually clear and transparent.
7. Coral reef, Lakshadweep
The most spectacular group of islands, Lakshadweep, are poised elegantly over the profound of the Arabian sea. The exotic cluster of an island is famous for its bewitching coral reefs. These coral reefs hold the visitors back and bound them to visit the place again. The 4,200 square kilometers of lagoon over the deep sea is enriched with incredible aquatic life. The island is now emerging as the prime tourist island of India and is offering a most splendid holiday experience to its visitors.
So, grab your backpacks and chalk out the plan with your friends and explore the scenic beauty of these places soon.