Nature has always played a major role in making so many parts of India the famously mystical and beautiful ‘Paradise Unexplored’ that it is today. The best and what is probably going to be a memorable experience for you is to capture the true feel of the place by visiting all the offbeat and less commercially advertised beauties of the country. Check out all the places you should list down for your upcoming trip to India.
Go Monastery Hopping in Tawang
This place is located at the height of around 3048 meters over sea level. Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh is a small and isolated hill town that houses different monasteries. What most people don’t know is that it is also the birthplace of Dalai Lama. The best time to visit this place is during the months between March and September. You will not want to miss this place in all its summer time glory.
Patan is Older than Ancient
Yes there is a majestic ruin that looks like it was there before the early man. Recently Patan became a new addition to UNESCO’s World Heritage Site’s list. Because of that it is receiving quite a steady amount of tourism. If you are a historical aficionado, this is the place to be. The former capital of Gujarat is most favorable to visit between October and March. And while you are there do not forget to pick up some Indian crafts as souvenirs, or gifts for the people back home.
The Spooky Tirthan Valley
At first sight this place is nothing more than tall pine trees as far as the eye can see. This is one of the most unexplored places by the tourists and locals alike. The things that you will be able to enjoy for sure are trout fishing, adventure sport activities, and then you have the inviting hill town you can visit.
The Bhedaghat in Madhya Pradesh
Whoever might have heard of this has definitely put the place on their bucket lists. The highlights are the marble rocks of the area, next to people indulging in moonlit nights on Narmada, while the float amidst old and scary looking marble gorges, that go more than a hundred feet on each side.
This is the nine cornered lake, near the scenic Nainital. It is a simple hill retreat with a lake that goes on for a single kilometer. Most people opt for this place over Nainital and rightfully so too, it is home to a beautiful village and is everything you could ask for from a serene and peaceful natural landmark.
Flower Valley of Uttarakhand
Snow capped peaks, wild flowers, and close encounter with clouds are just some of the things that you get when visiting this valley. It is one of the most relaxed and gorgeous places in the country, but for some reason is not explored that much. Authorities only allow trekking in the area between July and September. Some people say that there is a certain week in the month of July when the hills look like they are splashed with 3 varying colors, because of the wild spread of flowers here.