You’ve seen the hills and the beaches, and you’ve been to all those places they call offbeat. Thanks to the internet, a lot of places buried under isolation have been bombarded with tourism. Be it Kasol in Himachal or Coorg in Karnataka, we’ve seen it all.
Believe it or not, there is still no dearth of unseen destinations crying to be discovered. Here’s a list of such places that have opened their gates for the summer traveler.
It’s often called the Niagara Falls of India.
It is only 32 km from Bikaner. Part of the palace is a heritage hotel, where can you spend time in luxury. For the wild hearts, adjoining the palace is Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary, where you explore an amazing array of wildlife diaspora in the region.
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Situated at the far southwest end of Sikkim, the sanctuary is home to 500 varieties of Rhododendrons that fill the forests from April till the end of May.
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Kinners are believed to be part human and part God.
It comprises of six islets in Kaveri River and it is easy to spot some of the most beautiful wooly-necked storks, black headed ibis, common spoonbills, amongst many other varieties of birds.
The town is only 31 kms from Thanjavur; it is also famous for Lord Muruga Temple.
About 180 km from Ratnagiri, the Velneshwar Beach is not crowded like other beaches. It’s an enclosure of endless shoreline cut through by and green rocky reef.
The bears sing and dance with the peacocks. The bears are fed around 2 o’clock, and it’s best time to catch a closer glimpse of them.
It is accessible for only six months in a year and offers spectacular views of snow-capped mountains and River Kishenganga.
Literal meaning = “Height of the poison plant”.
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Situated in East Khasi Hills in Meghalaya.
Do you know of any other offbeat places that are still not very popular in India? Drop the names in the comment section below.