Travel to an Unknown India

Thirst to know the unknown places often leads to great innovations and discoveries.

From Himalayas in the North to Indian ocean in the south there are several places in India which are untouched and still left.

Travelling is the best way to unlock mysterious box as we know the world is full of mysteries.

India may be the seventh largest country in the world, by area basis but it is one of the richest in terms of culture, color, diverse landscapes and natural resources.

To explore the romanticism hidden in it, every year millions of travelers from all around the world plan their tour to India. But still there are various hidden places in the country that are less explored.

Here are some tourist destinations in India which are still unexplored

 

Majuli – Assam

assam

It is located in the beautiful state of Assam in the seven sister’s region ( North East).

Majauli is known to be the world’s largst river island on earth which is nestled in the banks of the Brahmaputra river.

This river island which is declared by UNESCO as a world natural heritage, has preserved well the antique weapons, utensils, jewelry and other items of cultural significance of the hundreds of year old Assamese civilization.

Lepchajagat – West Bengal

Lepchajagat - West Bengal

Lepchajagat is situated on Ghoom Mirik road at the Sukhipokhri near Darjeeling.

It is justifiably famous for stunning views of the Kangchenjunga massif, its rich birdlife and its tranquility as it is located on a hill, covered with oaks forests and beautiful rhododendron.

It offers a beautiful scenic beauty as curious play of colors in the sky and partly black and white clouds drift from one hill to another strikes anyone straight away.

Sandakphu – West Bengal

Sandakphu - West Bengal

It is the highest peak in the state of West Bengal. Sandakphu is the highest point of the Singalila Ridge. It is situated at the edge of the Singalila National Park in Darjeeling district on the West Bengal-Sikkim border.

Sandakphu has a small village on the peak with a number of hostels. Four of the five highest peaks in the world, Everest, Kanchendzonga, Lhotse and Makalu can be seen from its summit.

From Sandakphu the best view of the mountain Kanchendzonga is possible, which is known as the sleeping Buddha or the sleeping Shiva.

 

Tarkarli – Maharashtra

Tarkarli - Maharashtra

Tarkali is situated 6 kms south of Malvan and 546 kms away from Mumbai on the coast of Maharashtra.

It is a attractive and beautiful beach and the most appealing part is the wide and narrow streches of the beach with cakm and clear waters.

Here there are two most famous forts, Singhudurg, one of Maharashtra’s more popular and importance sea forts, built in the 17 th century and the famous Padmagarh fort.

There are other striking place like Sangam, rock garden and Malvan market. If you are in Tarkali make sure you visit  the restaurant for the delectable cuisine and experience something unusual-staying in MTDC’s inviting Konkani Huts.

 

Athirapilly Falls –  Kerala

Athirapilly Falls -  Kerala

Kerala is also famous for the Athirapilly waterfalls apart from the romantic backwaters and coconut grooves. It is often known as the Niagara falls of India.

This serene place offers some breathtaking views and captives the tourist with cool water spray that covers a large surrounding near the fall.

These waterfalls provide you a silent escape from the stressful daily life of metro cities as it is not just calm and sweet, but something really wild and natural.