Are you tired of visiting tourist hot spots and in search of unexplored gems in India? With its large population, India offers numerous lesser known or undiscovered destinations which provide unforgettable experiences and can help avoid crowds while appreciating nature’s splendour. Check out some gems hidden throughout this great nation which may not be on tourist maps yet – these lesser-known spots make an excellent opportunity for discovery.
Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh:
Khajjiar in Himachal Pradesh is one of India’s lesser-explored beauty spots, commonly referred to as “Mini-Switzerland of India.” Offering tranquil charm accompanied by hills, lush meadows, and stunning lakes in the town – visitors to Khajjiar can arrange many enjoyable activities such as horse-riding, paragliding or even zorbing! You should visit Khajjiar Lake too for an escape from everyday stressors!
If you want an experience that will leave an indelible mark on you, look no further. Situated in Meghalaya and award as Asia’s Cleanest Village since 2003. Home to an eco-friendly village community that provides incredible lessons about life. Town is perfect place for rejuvenation as you stroll across caves or explore water falls; or walk across an amazingly unique bridge made entirely from living roots of nearby trees!
The southern region of the country offers many lesser-known vacation spots, and one such popular vacation destination is Gokarna Karnataka. Gokarna stands out due to its stunning temples that provide an atmosphere of relaxation within town; beyond this however, Gokarna provides breathtaking panoramic views over Arabian Sea from its beaches as well as unforgettable sunset and sunrise views for guests visiting Gokarna.
Chembra Peak, Kerala:
Chembra Peak in Kerala will excite any trekker. Situated in Wayanad district and towering 6,900 feet, Chembra Peak stands proudly amid lush green slopes of Western Ghats – an incredible tourist destination and hiking adventure! To climb it you must acquire permits from Forest Department who ensure hiker safety while protecting wild animals from human destruction.
Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh:
Ziro offers visitors to Arunachal Pradesh unforgettable experiences when surrounded by the fluffy white clouds that drift across the sky. Fields of rice and lush green patches create an eye-pleasing scene here. When in this region you can expect warm welcomes from Apatani tribe local to this area as they share information about their way of life while offering welcoming smiles.
India is an incredible travel destination with plenty of sites to see across its diverse parts. While this list is by no means comprehensive, these five spots should certainly make the “To-Do” list!