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5 Unexplored Places in India that Amaze You

Amazing and Unheard Places

We are all well aware of the beauty India holds, and some of us might already explore most of the parts of India.

Want to explore those destinations which haven’t been explored yet?

Some of us have grown bored of visiting India’s usual destinations and wish to explore what India has concealed in its secret chamber.

Well, to make things easier, we’ve compiled a list of the best 5 unexplored places for you to add to your travel book. These are India’s top hidden gems you would love to explore with the best holiday packages to these destinations. 

Sandakphu, West Bengal

Located in Darjeeling, West Bengal, Sanadakphu is the highest peak in West Bengal and is largely undiscovered. The name ‘Sandakphu’ comes from a toxic wolfsbane plant that grows naturally near the top. It means ‘height of the poison plants.’

Despite its reputation for toxic flora (Himalayan Cobra Lilies), the summit offers stunning panoramic views of four of the world’s highest peaks, which makes it a desirable destination. Starting from Manebhanjan and going through lush forests and valleys, you can walk to the top.

At the affordable cost of holiday packages, You can spend a day or two here, soaking in the unspoiled natural beauty of the environment, in a little town on the summit with a few lodges.

Mechuka, Arunanchal Pradesh

A small village snuggled in the laps of the Himalayas, Located in Arunanchal Pradesh, Mechuka. This is a good enough place to make you happy and crazy.

It is a welcome relief from bustling cities, offering breathtaking vistas of snow-capped peaks, rich natural beauty, friendly and kind native tribespeople, and a tranquil pace of life.

Here, you can camp in the wild or stay in a homestay to learn about the local culture. For adventure seekers, this location offers excellent opportunities for nature walks and river rafting beneath the bamboo bridges that span the rushing Siyom River.

Because this town is so close to Tibet, there is a strong Tibetan influence on the architecture and culture. This site is relatively secluded and concealed, which adds to its appeal as a unique destination.

Kanatal, Uttarakhand

Kanatal, 80 kilometers from Dehradun, is a charming small village for couples. This lovely village, nestled among evergreen trees, rich greenery, and sun-kissed mountains at an elevation of 2,590 meters, is fascinating. This beautiful place has many wonderful places for sightseeing among them two are Surkanda Devi temple and Tehri Dam.

The area is full of romanticism, with breathtaking views and warm, welcoming accommodations. Kanatal also offers customized terrace accommodations, which are ideal for couples.

This castle has a lot to offer for adventure seekers, from jungle safaris and animal viewing in the Kodai forest to an 80-foot deep valley crossing, rappelling, outdoor camping, and hiking. There are also several homestays or Pahadi cottages where you can get a taste of traditional country life.

The best thing about this place is the holiday packages are cheaper and easy to visit.

Tso Moriri, Ladakh

You’ve probably never heard of Tso Moriri Lake. The place is less well-known than the other famous lake in the Ladakh area, Pangong Tsi.

You are going to expect an unusual and distinct experience at Tso Moriri Lake, here the Tso Moriri Wetland Conservation Reserve protects this lake and its surroundings.

This gorgeous lake has stunning waters that produce a plethora of very heavenly views. You will be amazed by its stunning sunset views with cold breezing air. You can book holiday packages and also organize a night camp near the lake to have some fun at night.

Chopta, Uttarakhand

Chopta is known as India’s “Mini Switzerland,” provides spectacular 360-degree views of rising alpine meadows.  This region will not fail to astonish you because of

  • The enchanting grandeur of the Himalayas,
  • snow-capped mountains, and
  • deep forest pathways. 

With its enchanting meadows, towering trees, snowy backgrounds, and nice inhabitants, this tranquil hamlet is good enough to charm you.

You have the option of keeping your treks short or going on a longer adventure by camping in Tungnath and Chandrashila. You can stay in one of the wonderful villages along the road, which adds to the tranquility of the area.

Well, these are some of the hidden gems you must explore this time during your holidays. This list will help you to choose your next destination, and so does our travel agents with the best tour packages. You can also tailor your tour packages to your interests and requirements.

We make certain that everything goes properly and that your trip is worthwhile in terms of both location and time spent. So pack your belongings and go for your next destination.

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