Everyone looks for visiting some famous and explored destination. But only few people try to explore some lesser visited offbeat places. It doesn’t mean that there is nothing to enjoy at those places. The calm beauty is mesmerizing at those places.
India has so many places which remains unexplored or lesser visited. Only few tourists can be seen here. But lack of rush also gives a moment to spend some quality time there.
Here are the lists of 10 offbeat places to travel in India in 2018:-
1. Ziro (Arunachal Pradesh)
Ziro is popular as a World Heritage Site. It is a picturesque valley nestled in the lower Subansiri district of Arunachal Pradesh. It is a home to the tribal group called the Apatanis. They are very famous tribes because of their farming methods. There is so much to learn their great culture, tradition, etc. from them.
2. Nangal wetlands (Punjab)
The Nangal wetlands were formed with the construction of a Nangal Dam around the Sutlej River. The water is spread over an area of 700 hectares. Around 40,000 Trans-Himalayan migratory birds flock here every year. You can enjoy their noise of chirping and flutter of wings. Makke Ki Roti and Sarson Da Saag also very famous delicious cuisines here.
3. Hankon (Karnataka)
The village of Hankon is spread over 5 acres around River Kali in Karnataka. It is just 12 km from Karwar. In summer months, few adventure activities can be experienced here. Kayaking and Canoeing are the most attempted adventure activities.
4. Bhimtal (Uttarakhand)
Bhimtal is a glorious gateway in Uttarakhand. It is a lake city and there is Small Island in the center of this lake. You can sit here for many hours and can enjoy the aquarium around the island. It is a peaceful and calm place which makes it charming among tourists.
5. Kotagiri (Tamil Nadu)
Kotagiri is a charming hill station in the Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu which is just 33 km from Ooty. It is famous for its calm and pleasant weather and it offers many opportunities for trekking and climbing. It is surrounded by beautiful landscapes and tea estates.
6. Lachung (Sikkim)
Lachung is an enchanting town in Northeast Sikkim located at an elevation of about 9,600 ft. The journey of valley is dazzling and breathtaking views can be seen from here. It is surrounded by beautiful snow capped mountains and mesmerizing waterfalls.
7. Lonar Crater (Maharashtra)
Lonar Crater is a saline and alkaline lake situated at Lonar in Buldhana district of Maharashtra. It was estimated that it was formed around 52,000 years back. The diameter of this lake is 1.2 km and depth of the lake is 150 meter. It is a perfect and best destination for nature lovers.
8. Orchha (Madhya Pradesh)
Orchha is a beautiful heritage town in Madhya Pradesh. Orchha deserves a trip for its beautiful monuments and their wall reveals the stories of battles between kings and emperors. Relatively, it is an unexplored destination which is only 120 km away from Gwalior.
9. Tawang (Arunachal Pradesh)
Tawang is one of those marvelous destinations which attracts tourists for enjoy the freshness of nature. It is located at a height of 12,000 ft. above the sea level. It is a place which reflects it splendor and glory.
10. Drass (Jammu and Kashmir)
Drass is the second coldest inhabited place in the world. It is situated at around 140 km from Srinagar. Lush-green pastures and vibrant wild flowers make the valley magnificent. Drass War Memorial is a worth watching site in this area and Tiger Hill is also a visiting place here.
These are the places in India which remains unexplored. But the beauties of these places are spectacular. The scenic beauty of these places allures the tourists to visit here. One time visit, make you fill with mesmerizing beauty.
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