Monday, 1 April 2013

10 Most Unknown and Unexplored Places in India

Right from Himalayas situated in the north to the Indian Ocean way down south, India has an abundant number of spots that haven’t still been explored and you couldn’t have even heard of. The country is widely known and popular for its scenic beauty; rich culture and the perfect unify mixture of bizarre flora and fauna. There are numerous eye-catching places situated here that proffer superlative striking and enticing views that would leave you awe struck with unforgettable experiences. Let’s have a glance of some of the greatest unexplored destinations that you can plan a visit this summer.

Majuli: Assam
The largest river island in world, Majuli is being located in the beautiful state of Assam. It has been nestled in the banks of potent Brahmaputra River; Majuli is identified for its immaculate and untouched landscape. This charming place is definitely counted to be a cultural paradise. It is measured as one of the most beautiful places on the planet earth where the ancient Assamese civilization is still a breathing custom being kept alive. This picturesque place has developed into an attractive travelling spot in Assam and UNESCO has affirmed and stated the place as a world heritage site. To enjoy the independence of wind, with clear blue sky and the spotless simplicity, Majuli has it all.

 Athirapilly Falls: Kerala

  This is often known as the Niagara Falls of India, the royal Athirapally Falls is situated and is a part in Kerala, God’s own country. Nestled in the Vazhachal forests of the Western Ghats, this magnificent water body became a famous tourist attraction. Athirapally waterfall symbolizes the serene yet wild beauty of the nature. It fascinates and mesmerizes the tourists with the cool water spray that covers a large surrounding near the fall. This unspoiled scenic place is the perfect example of natural beauty. To experience the ideal match of flowers and fauna, Athirapally Falls is the ideal place. This serene place offers breathtaking experience mainly for travelers who love the splendour of beautiful nature. Startlingly, the sight has caught film makers’ attention for its unspoiled beauty and movies like Dil Se have been shot here.

Tawang Hill station: Arunachal Pradesh

Tawang that is basically the land of Monpas is one of the most stunning hill stations known in the district ofArunachal Pradesh till date that has been situated at an altitude of around 3500m. The serene hill station is known as the terra firma of Monpas and also the Monpa tribes that are the main domination to be observed in this region. The place is prominent for its peaceful environment and natural climatic beauty. The hill station is encircled by Tibet in the northern side, Kameng in the east and Bhutan in the south-west. The place has Buddhist authority in its culture and lifestyle. The place conquers its beauty mostly during snowfall in the month of December and January. The place is also celebrated for adventurous activities like paragliding, rock climbing, skating and river-rafting.

Sindhudurg fort, Malvan Region: Maharashtra

Maharashtra has been filled with fascinating forts and an amazing coastline, the Malvan region is one the opening and prime places for a serene holiday to ooze in history or to soak up the sun. Sindhudurg fort rises on a rocky island, known as Kurte that is situated hardly at a km, from the Malavan is 510kms south of Mumbai while it is at a distance of 130kms north of Goa. The enormous walls were intended to serve as a disincentive to approaching opponents and to the waves and tides of the Arabian Sea. Apart from the Fort, one can unwind on the beaches of Tarkarli and another beach in the Malwan region. These beaches are quite clean and are is often quite less crowded!

Sandakphu : East India

Sandakfu or Sandakphu is the trekker’s paradise. It is the highest peak in the state of West Bengal, India. TheSandakphu is the concluding point of many trekking routes in the Darjeeling-Sikkim expanse. It is the highest point on the Singalila ridge that forms the border between Eastern Nepal and India. The peaks of Kanchenjunga and Everest can be seen from its pinnacle. Sandakphu looks splendid and magnificent with the ethereal beauty of magnolias, rhododendrons, primulas and other sub-alpine plant life. It also contains more than 600 kinds of orchids. The temperature swings from -20 C  in winter to +15C in summer.

Tarkarli Beach: Maharashtra

Tarkarli in Sindhudurg is an awesome beach in costal Maharashtra. The wide and narrow stretches of beach with calm and clear waters are the most appealing. The two well-known sea fortifications are Sindhudurg and Padmagarh. Other striking places are like Rock garden, Sangam and the Malvan Market. The water adventures in Tarkarli are Snorkelling, Boating and Scuba diving. The best place to stay in Tarkarli beach is the MTDC resort which comprises 20 cottages facing the beach. Well allied roads are there from Mumbai to reach Tarkarli.

Lahaul and Spiti: Himachal Pradesh

Most sparingly populated region, Lahaul and Spiti in Himachal Pradesh is located in the southern side of Ladakh. The surrounding snowline, climate, sky-touching mountain ranges, Buddhist monasteries and outstanding scenic beauty have made this place calm and truly grandiose. The common way to travel to Lahual is through ‘Rohtang La’ mountain Pass from Manali and to visit Spiti valley, you have to go from Lahual via ‘Kunzum Pass’, a 4551 metres elevated mountain Pass.

Auroville: Pondicherry

Auroville is a small tentative township positioned near Pondicherry. One of the attractive Indian territory,Pondicherry is a required after tourist purposeful place in South India. This place has the perfect blend of French and Indian culture. Some of the attractions in Auroville are gold-plated Matrimandir and the Auroville Beach.

Gokarna: Karnataka
Gokarna is beautiful much a round-the-year destination, even though you’d be well recommended to eschew and shirk it during the monsoon season. Also in the Northern part of Karnataka, on a thin strip of tropical sand lays Karwar, leaping by the Western Ghats on its eastern side and gripped or held by the Arabian Sea!Gokarna, is situated with its magnificent blue seas and the clean sands, pristine quaint beaches and coconut palms is ideal for an tranquil vacation by the sea. Gokarna is located in North Karnataka.

Lepchajagat: West Bengal

Lepchajagat is located on a hill enclosed with Oaks forests and attractive rhododendron. It is positioned on Ghoom-Mirik road at the Sukhipokhri that is somewhere near to Darjeeling. This place has an astonishing exquisiteness that is difficult to get over. The inquisitive play of colors in the sky beat in exciting and attracting you straight away. Partly black and white clouds glide and float from one hill to the other. The other places close by that are not to be overlooked includes Jorepokri, Pashupati and Mirik.
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