15 Unexplored Places In India That Are Breathtakingly Beautiful. . .

Shimla, Manali, Goa, Ladakh; these names come to our mind when we plan to go for a vacation. Are you planning a holiday trip but want to go somewhere different this time? Then read on. We are mentioning 15 of the most beautiful and unexplored places in India which will leave you spellbound for a long time.

  1. Warwan Valley, Jammu & Kashmir
    blog.yatra.comThis is one of the most beautiful valleys in the Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir. It is around 7000 ft. above from the sea level. Visit this breathtaking place and enjoy the waterfalls, greenery and beautiful sky at night.
  2. Nubra Valley, Jammu & Kashmir
    www.thousandwonders.netJammu & Kashmir is known as paradise on earth due to its spectacular destinations including Nubra Valley which is located 140 km away from Leh town. If you are looking for a place surrounded by natural beauty, than you must visit Nubra Valley.
  3. Tirthan Valley, Himachal Pradesh
    www.thebetterindia.comAre you after some adventure and sports activities? Then pack your bags and visit this beautiful hill town called Tirthan Valley located in Himachal Pradesh.
  4. Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh
    myhimachalholiday.wordpress.comKhajjiar is incredibly striking hill town located near Dalhousie in Himachal Pradesh. This place is full of hills, meadows and lakes which make it very picturesque. Apart from its natural beauty, there are many sports for you to enjoy including trekking, paragliding and horse riding.
  5. Hogenakkal, Tamil Nadu
    commons.wikimedia.orgHogenakkal is an amazing offbeat place located in Tamil Nadu. It is known as ‘Niagra Falls of India’ because of a number of stunning waterfalls it has. Why not plan a trip and witness it yourself?
  6. Madhyamaheshwar, Uttarakhand
    www.templepurohit.comMadhyamaheshwar is a sacred Hindu temple which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is located in the Panch Kedar Pilgrimage circuit in Uttarakhand. It is recommended to visit this place from May to October as other months will be freezing cold.
  7. Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand
    www.wallpaperswide.usThere is nothing more soothing than being surrounded by snow covered hills, colorful flowers, greenery and clouds. Enjoy with your loved ones at this spectacular offbeat place which will give you beautiful memories to cherish forever.
  8. Shekhawati, Rajasthan
    www.india.comShekhawati is a beautiful historical region located in Rajasthan which is not very much visited. This exquisite place is full of beautifully painted historical buildings and residences. Due to its flawless designs and architecture, it’s worth visiting.
  9. Mawsynram, Meghalaya
    www.theatlantic.comMawsynram in Meghalaya is a perfect holiday destination for rain lovers. It is said to be the wettest place on earth due to its heavy rainfall that occurs not only during the monsoon season but other days as well. Don’t forget to carry umbrellas and other necessary gear with you.
  10. North Sikkim
    krishnandusarkar.comDespite being an unexplored location, North Sikkim is one of the most beautiful places in India which is truly a heaven on earth. You can enjoy its picturesque location and also go for hiking and trekking.
  11. Bhedaghat, Madhya Pradesh
    zeenews.india.comBhedaghat in Madhya Pradesh is a small town which is situated near river Narmada. Enjoy the boat ride in the Narmada River amidst the gorgeous rock formations which are 100 feet high.
  12. Halebid, Karnataka
    images.worthview.comHalebid is a beautiful city of Karnataka which is full of temples, shrines and other historical buildings. There is famous Hoysaleswara temple, Kedareswara temple and Jain temples which you should must see.
  13. Lonar, Maharashtra
    www.mumbaitravellers.inLonar is a small town in Maharashtra and is famous for its salt water lake which was formed around 50,000 years ago. There are also many famous temples in the area which make this place even more interesting for holiday.
  14. Shivanasamudra, Karnataka
    www.thinkingparticle.comShivanasamudra is another offbeat location in Karnataka, famous for its impeccable waterfalls. Shivanasamudra and Gaganachukki waterfalls are most popular in town.
  15. Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh
    www.theholidayindia.comTawang is a spectacular yet unexplored hill town which is located around 3000 meters above the sea level. It is the birthplace of famous monk Dalai Lama and also houses a number of monasteries.

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