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Top 10 Hidden Gems Of India That You Must Visit

Top 10 Hidden Gems Of India That You Must Visit

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Are you bored of the same old tourist spots and want to travel to unexplored extraordinary locations then you are on the right page. So are you ready to know about the hidden gems of our country? If yes, then consider the places listed in this article and select according to your choice. This list consists of every place you would want to visit in your holidays, from hill stations with scenic beauty to dessert and villages.

These places are quiet and will give you a surreal experience. They offer you the most amazing memories that you can cherish forever.Interestingly, not many people know about these places and hence are very quiet. You can have unique experiences, totally different from the usual tourists and you could boast about it with your friends and relatives. No doubt metropolitan cities provide you with the best amenities that one could wish for but these cities are louder than ever now and we humans need a break from that life. If you want to take a break away from your exhausting life, then you must consider visiting places that make you happy. Especially the places close to nature would help you renew all your drained out energy. They help you fresh n up and connect with nature which will rejuvenate your soul.

Different cultures, religions, and traditions help you see the world from a different perspective and broaden your horizons. Traveling helps you in ways to never notice and everyone must take out time to travel. Now, with advanced gadgets like Bluetooth speakers, wireless earbuds traveling is even more fun as you can stream your favorite music on the go and other such things. Nature lovers are always in search of new unexplored places and here we are with the list.
This article will help you plan an itinerary that will take you to a new world of peace and happiness, check out the top places to visit in India.

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1. Lunglei, Mizoram

Lunglei is the second largest town in the state of Mizoram. This place is hidden, unexplored, and is free from a large number of tourists. The mesmerizing views of the place are no doubt breathing. Lunglei weather is very soothing and the relaxing winds will help you unwind its beauty. This town is full of different things which enthusiastic travelers would love to explore, hiking and camping are quite famous among tourists here.

2. Laitmawsiang, Meghalaya

Meghalaya is known as the Scotland of the east and it has a lot to offer. Laitmawsiang is a quiet village located in Khatarshnong Laitkroh in the East Khasi Hills, a perfect place for people who love to be around nature. This place is nothing less than a paradise, the beautiful waterfalls, mysterious caves will take you to a world of happiness. It must be surely on your Meghalaya itinerary and trust me you won’t get disappointed.

3. Chopta, Uttrakhand

Chopta is home to some of the rarest species of plants, animals as well as birds. It is also a part of the famous Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary. Chopta also offers you great trekking expedition opportunities. This dazzling village might serve you in ways you would not have ever imagined.

4. Arvalem Caves, Goa

Are you someone who loves to explore historical places that have great Indian architecture, then this is the best place for you Arvalem Caves are popularly known as ‘Pandava Caves’ located in the Bicolim town of North Goa. Apart from the exciting beaches, Goa also offers you some of the best historic places. Along with the marvelous caves, Arvalem provides you with a picturesque waterfall and a beautiful Rudreshwar Temple.

5. Nagarhole National Park, Karnataka

Do you want to experience the wildlife amidst the picturesque view of hills and valleys then this is your ideal park. Nagarhole National Park is a ‘photographers delight’, you need not think twice before adding it to your Karnataka itinerary. The park is full of tigers, Asian elephants, and a variety of birds. It is a must-visit for all wildlife lovers as it is one of its kind.

6. Osian, Rajasthan

Osian is a town located in the middle of the Thar Desert. This is the best place for anyone who likes to visit ancient places, this town is famous for its Brahmanical and Jain temples. There are 18 shrines, among them the Surya Temple, Sachiya Mata Temple, Katan Bewari, and the Jain temple are the most famous ones. You can also enjoy desert camping here and the famous village homestay, Jeep Safari will leave you mesmerized.

7. Chatpal, Kashmir

Kashmir is a land of natural beauty and is always on the top of the tourists’ bucket lists. In Kashmir, tourists are attracted to Ladakh, Gulmarg, Pahalgam but Chaptal remains an untouched beauty. Located 90kms from Srinagar, this town is full of majestic mountains, flowers, and greenery that words fall short to describe it. If you are looking for a peaceful place amidst nature, then your search is over and Chatpal is definitely what you have been looking for.

8. Syalsaur, Uttrakhand

Syalsaur is a beautiful place located on the banks of the Mandakini river in Uttarakhand. If you are an adventurous person who is ready for everything that may come your way and do not have something particular to do in mind, then Syalsaur will impress you at every step. A few nights’ stays here would help you relax. You can visit this place while on your way to Kedarnath or Badrinath.

9. Anthirapilly Falls, Kerala

Anthirapilly Falls is the best option for a weekend trip. It is known as the ‘Niagra of India’ and is the most beautiful waterfall located in Kerala. Even though it is insanely majestic and beautiful, it is not on every traveler’s list and remains unexplored. This place is not for everyone, only adventurous and daring people afford to go to the base of the waterfall as it is extremely challenging. It is worth a visit if you like waterfalls.

10. Maithon, Jharkhand

Jharkhand never comes to mind while planning a trip and is not a major tourist destination. However, it does have some really good places to visit. Maithon is one such place that has an extraordinary white waterfall. Make sure to not leave this place while you are in Jharkhand.

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