When we think about vacations, we start thinking about foreign destinations that we can potentially explore. Why does the thought of Indian destinations never cross our mind? India is a multicultural country and is probably one of the oldest countries in the world and there is just so much history and and ethnicity to this country.
The Top Unexplored Travel Destinations in India
There is just so much that you haven’t seen and explored yet! Here are 6 destinations you need to add to your list of travel destinations.
1. Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh
Tawang is a small district of arunachal pradesh. This place has a population of about 50,000 people only and is amazing if you are looking for some peace and quite. It consists of several monasteries as its is the birth place of Dalai Lama. This place also consists of a series of lakes and waterfalls. It has an extremely beautiful landscape, lovely weather and friendly people. What else do you really need for a perfect vacation ?
2. Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh
Ziro is a small town in arunachal pradesh and has been a heritage site for a few years now, this place is filled with lush green rice fields and pleasant winds throughout the year. Artists would fall in love with this place as it has so much of its scenic beauty to offer.
3. Gokarna, Karnataka
Gokarna is a small southwestern town on the Arabian sea, there are multiple number of beaches in this small town and destinations like Mahabaleshwar temples etc. are also nearby. If you need a few days of relaxation you should definitely visit this place, because what can be better then soaking your feet in the warm sand and some beach wind in your hair ?
4. Lonar Carter, Maharashtra
Lonar Carter is a lake situated in Maharashtra, which was formed due to a meteor impact around 570,000 years ago. Now you cannot swim or splash around water in this lake as it is full of numerous amounts of salines and salts due to which it is also known as the soda lake. This lake is different from the standard lakes and its just too beautiful to look at.
5. Keibul Lamjao On Loktak Lake, Manipur
Keibul Lamjao is a national park in the state of Manipur and it is the world’s only floating sanctuary, Lokatak lake is a lake which is situated inside this unique sanctuary and is also an exotic factor of this state. This sanctuary is also home to so many endangered species of birds and animals . Not visiting this state and its exotic features would be a huge mistake.
6. Auli, Uttarakhand
Auli is also known as the ski destination of India. It is situated in the chamoli district of uttarakhand and has the world’s highest artificial lake. It is situated 10.010 ft above sea level. A lot of Hindu pilgrimage sites are also situated nearby. You can find snow leopards and red foxes in this region. So the next time you think about skiing, think about Auli rather than Switzerland.