At the time when people are visiting popular holiday destinations to unwind and enjoy their holidays, there are some who want solitude and peace during their vacations. This can’t be achieved at popular destinations as they are usually brimming with people. But there is a solution for this in form of beautiful unexplored holiday destinations which are resting in the lap of nature, undisturbed and waiting to be discovered. Here are top 5 unexplored holiday destinations in India.
Tirthan Valley, Himachal Pradesh
The mysterious valley of Himachal Pradesh, Tirthan Valley is an amalgamation of adventure sports, trout fishing and exploration of an under-explored hill town. There is also an option for just chilling and immersing yourself in the beauty of the misty valley. The perfect time to visit the valley is March-June and October-November. For those who want to indulge in some trout fishing in the River Tirthan, the warmer time of the year are preferable.
Radhanagar Beach, Andaman & Nicobar Islands
The Radhanagar Beach, voted as the ‘Best Beach in Asia’ in 20014 by TIME magazine, is one of the most beautiful beach and off-beat unexplored holiday destinations in India. Also known as Beach No. 7 in Havelock, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, is quite unique. It is to an extent well known, but is still untouched by gross commercialization.
A stunning town situated on the banks of the River Kaveri and known for its Hydel Power Projects, Shivanasamudram is famous for its pristine waterfalls. The most popular ones are Gaganachukki and Shivanasamudra waterfalls. August to February is the ideal time to visit Shivanasamudram but the weather is pleasant throughout the year.
We all know Mawsynram is the wettest place in India. The abundant rainfall makes the place one of the most beautiful places to holiday in, albeit underrated. The main attraction here is a huge formation of stalagmite, which resembles a ‘Shivling’. It’s an absolutely stunning place to visit.
Gandikota, Andhra Pradesh
Gandikota in Andhra Pradesh is a amazing place to visit and is also considered as India’s answer to the Grand Canyon. The village has a fort, some temples and even a Jamia Masjid. But the best part about this place is the Pennar river, which cuts through the canyon. Still a relatively quiet place, this village has huge potential for tourism.
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