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Places Less Explored in India

 June 13, 2018  /  Comments Off on Places Less Explored in India

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This summer one can set out to some offbeat places in India where they can avoid regular crowds and hustle and bustle of a city.

Here are some exciting options which one can try.

Daman and Diu, Gujarat

 The white sand and the blue sea beaches of this place are a perfect mood turner. There are also some ocean water sports that one can try if they are adventurous in nature.  The sand colour is white and in a full moon night one can get the ecstatic view of the beach as the white sand sparkles in the moonlight.

Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan

This is the most famous and spookiest place in India. Located in Alwar of Rajasthan state this place is completely in ruins where temples, shops, palaces and havelis all are in ruins. It is said that the fort is haunted by the ghosts every night and the Government has made strict rules to stop entering this fort post evening.

Almora, Uttarakhand

This is said to be the heaven of Uttarakhand. Almora is located in the eastern part of the Uttarakhand state. The view of the Garhwal Himalayan peaks makes one spell bound in astonishment. Apart from the beauty of the extravagant snow covered mountains, this place is also famous for its wild life sanctuaries. The Binsar Wild Life Sanctuary is the most popular visiting site for the travellers here. Almora is also a favourite place for its local cuisines. They are a treat to the taste buds.

Gokarna, Karnataka

Have you ever experienced a beautiful sunset in a beach alone? If not, then Gokarna in Karnataka is the perfect travelling destination for you. One can even take a trekking route all by themselves and visit the beautiful Mahabaleshwar Temple here. You can enjoy all the five beaches in Gokarna including half moon beach, Paradise beach, Kudle beach and Om beach.

Cherai Beach, Kerala

This beach is almost 25 kilometres away from the city of Kochi. This beach is a long stretch of 10 kilometres and is also known as the ‘Princess of the Arabian Sea’. The main attraction here is that the ocean and the back waters merge here in the Cherai beach. The other attraction is the golden sand of the sea beach. The fisherman’s village is also very nearby where one can gorge on lobsters and Kerala style crab curries.

Lepchajagat, West Bengal

This is a very small and serene village which is located in the state of Bengal and this place is situated at a height of 2123 meters above the sea level and the best part about this place is, it is just a few kilometres away from the queen of the hills; Darjeeling. Just an hour of taxi ride from Darjeeling, and one ends up in a complete different place. This place has dense forests full of pine and rhododendron trees and one can get to see a brilliant view of Kanchenjunga peak from here.

One can book train tickets online and food on train can be delivered from the e catering services.

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  • Published: 3 months ago on June 13, 2018
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