Sick of the boisterous city you live in? Seeking for some tranquility and peace? Well, travelling is the best way to look for some! Cut off from the noisy cluster, let go off your phone as we present you with some mind boggling remote places to visit in India. Go away with these destinations instead of sulking over the same schedule you follow.
Witness the beauty of places with least crowd
Chatpal, Jammu and Kashmir
A place explored by a very few people, Chatpal is an ideal place to head to if you are not a person of the crowd. Beauty is not a problem as it lies in the heaven on earth. Hence, you’ll find a blend of serenity and utmost beauty. Moreover, the fiercely flowing waters offer its visitors an opportunity to indulge themselves into white water river rafting. What more could anyone ask for?
Nako, Himachal Pradesh
A small lake surrounded by vivid landscapes sums up Nako for you. A walk through the village is an amazing idea. The cute little place is perfect for a day or two trips. If a citizen of Himachal then Nako becomes a great picnic spot for you!
Little Andaman, Andaman and Nicobar islands
Oh! What an astounding place to be! Little Andaman due to its offshore location hasn’t been caught by the eyes travellers. You must head towards it if you wish to chill on the beaches where someone hardly can be seen to distant miles.
Winning the third spot in the Lonely Planet’s list of places, Idukki gets its fame for the arch dam and highest Indian peak in the south of Himalayas. This land locked district of Kerala is a must visit place if you are a trek and wildlife lover.
We all have heard about the Tibetan settlements in the hilly areas but what if I say that we have one in Chattisgarh as well. Yes, Manipat is a refugee colony for Tibetans established in 1960s. It indeed is a place where even the Airtel 4G girl has not arrived yet. So head towards it and cherish the Tibetan culture that flows in its streets.
Gurudongmar Lake, Sikkim
One of the Highest lakes in the world, Gurudongmar Lake is located at a height of 17,100 ft. Legends say that Guru Nanak Dev Ji on his way to Tibet cracked the ice with his stick to quench his thirst which leads to the formation of this lake. Moreover, people say that even during the extreme chilly winters some parts of the lake remain unfrozen. A wonder indeed!
The Ant Hill as it means in Dimasa Language, Halflong forms a magnificent club of high mountains, dense forests, and serene lake.
India is a country with inexplicable beauty. It has many hidden gems within its laps. The deeper you dig the more you find!
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