Tired Of The Tourist Crowd? Pick These Lesser-Known Spots For Your Next Trip
Looking for unconventional places to explore without being surrounded by loud crowds, then try some of the least visited places in India for your next vacation. Ditch the basic and hit these spots instead, we've even zeroed down to the places to visit in these specific areas.
Chamba the famous tourist town in Himachal, is known for its ancient culture and diverse history. It's commonly known for its streams, temples, meadows, lakes and paintings. Apart from its culturally rich heritage, Chamba has some beautiful picnic spots, lakes, museums and temples that you should check out when you're around.
Bhuri Singh Museum, Laxmi Narayan Temple, Chamera Lake, where you'll find houseboats and shikaras need to be on your itinerary for sure. The Church of Scotland is the perfect spot for anyone who enjoys architecture and libraries.
The gateway to the north eastern corridor of India, Sikkim is gorgeous and an excellent place to go for a vacation. Visit Yuksom, home to the oldest Monastery and Tsomgo lake with for stunning views. Pelling offers the ultimate view of the Himalayas and Kanchenjunga peak.
Located on the ancient Silk Road Zuluk is the least discovered destination in the entire Sikkim. If you love biking, it's every rider’s paradise. At last the capital city of Sikkim, Gangtok has mountains and lush green forests, making it the ideal place for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts.
With breathtaking views of the valley and hills, Nagaland makes for an amazing tourist destination. The capital city Kohima is known for its trekking trails and camping sites. Mon offers the best view of the Assam plains. Overlooking mountains Sabarmati, the highest peak in Nagaland, is Kiphire.
Adventure enthusiasts will love this place for their adventure activities like trekking, canoeing and rafting and more.
Auli is regarded as one of the best skiing destinations in India. Visit Gurson Bugyal for stunning views of Nanda Devi, Trishul and Dron. Their famous Chenab Lake is definitely worth a visit. It's one of the prettiest and untouched lakes in India.There are plenty of picturesque roads leading to the lake, so we recommend you hire a car and drive up there.
With living root bridges and waterfalls, Cherrapunji is perfect for nature lovers. The Nohkalikai falls and the seven sisters’ falls are worth a visit. Go here for plenty of nature walks, treks, bird watching, basically a complete nature-centric experience.