Are you seeking to go to a new tourist spot?
India is extremely rich when it comes to ‘tourism’. Don’t you agree? Nowadays, more and more people are looking for offbeat destinations to travel. Surprisingly these tourist destinations in India offer the delight of a relaxing getaway along with some cherished memories. Those who have said that only big cities can be beautiful have definitely visited these awesome small towns and villages of India.
It is a saying that ‘Less Travelled roads lead to beautiful destinations”.
This time don’t follow the known tourist trails and go for untraveled places of our country. Away from the crowd, these mesmerizing and heavenly places are wonderlands for all who are planning for a trip. From small tot old thatched house to the most well built stone houses, you will experience the most amazing things on your journey here.
Escape the hustle-bustle of cities and explore the rawness of these small towns and villages in India. Indulge in incredible experiences and experience a plethora of new things.
Know about some of the most beautiful and enchanting Indian villages which are incomparable to anything in the world.
1. Valley Of Flowers, Uttarakhand-
Set in the backdrop of the magical Zanskar ranges, the ‘Valley of Flowers’ was discovered it in the year 1931 by the great Mountaineer Frank S Smith. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is expanded in an area of 87 square kilometers in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand.
Without any second thought, I would suggest you to visit this place for once. Watch the cascading waterfalls, small streams and above all the flowery meadows with the flamboyant paddocks, crystalline streams and majestic peaks. The breathtaking beauty of this place will make you feel like you’re in heaven.
2. Mandawa, Rajasthan-
Are you fond of historical places, especially havelis and forts? If yes then ‘Mandawa’ is a perfect place for you. Trust me guys you will totally end up in a different era as you set foot on this magical town. In the heart of the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan lays the beautiful small town Mandawa, known throughout the state for its forts and havelis. The structures of this place will take you down the memory lane of the age old history.
3. Landour, Uttarakhand-
This small town in Uttarakhand is about 35km away from the city of Dehradun. The twin towns of Mussoorie and Landour, together, are a well-known British Raj-era hill station in northern India. Mussoorie-Landour was widely known as the "Queen of the Hills".
I am sure that you haven’t heard about this place before. Feel each and every moment as you visit this small town with the hills, little cottages and the friendly people.
4. Dikshit Town, Ladakh-
Have you ever wondered what the look of heaven is? If no is the answer then you must plan a trip to Ladakh to see the beauty of heaven. This town is called as one of the headquarters of Nubra Valley. Fall in love with its incandescent beauty with the mountains and valley. Ladakh makes the onlookers forget about any other place. Be the beautiful mountains or the age-old monasteries and traditions, this village has fascinated a lot of tourist around the world.
5. Idukki, Kerala-
One of the gems of Kerala, “Idukki” is situated at the top of the Western Ghats. This place is best known for its wildlife sanctuaries, beautiful bungalows, tea factories, rubber plantations and forests. Get lost in the scenic beauty of this magical land. Idukki is a must visit destination in India. Lose yourself as you ride through the scenic views of this magical land. Idukki is arranged at the highest point of Western Ghats encompassed by mountains.
6. Valparai, Tamil Nadu-
Situated at 1500m above sea level in the Coimbatore district of Tamil Nadu, Valparai is an obscure yet tranquil hill station in the Anamalai Hills. Its alluring combination of grassy knolls, clean air, and picturesque sights entice tourists from all over the country and beyond, rendering it one of the most sought-after destinations in the southern region of the Western Ghats.
It is the haven of those who yearn to visit similar hill stations like Ooty, Kodaikanal, and Coorg but are discouraged by the eruption of vacation-footfall in those places. Everyone -- from corporate workers or students seeking respite from the noise of their urban lives to nature-loving souls and trekking-enthusiasts -- can gain something worthwhile from travelling to and staying at Valparai. It truly is the 'seventh heaven'.
Propelled by an economy that comprises largely of coffee and tea estates, this idyllic hill station also flourishes because of its thriving tourism industry. Yet it also has rich heritage for those with an appreciation for history and culture. Its monuments and temples stand out as major attractions in this regard.
Valparai is the main slope station on the planet which has 12 dams and hydro electric power stations. Entering the timberland and tea patio nurseries of valparai you can appreciate the nearness of many streams, dams, valleys, waterfalls, high mountains, fields, verdure.
Feel the magical vibes in the air at these one of a kind villages!