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Top 5 Must Visit Offbeat Places In India.
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Top 5 Must Visit Offbeat Places In India.

What is better than traveling to explore the unexplored nature? But the main problem that comes is while choosing the place to visit, which is NEVER an easy decision. Our country is so diverse that we literally have so many options. And, if you have so many options, then why not explore the offbeat places of the country.

So, let us check out some amazingly beautiful offbeat places in India that every traveler must visit-

1. North India- Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh

Located near Dalhousie, Khajjiar is famous as “Mini Switzerland of India”. Though it is underrated, this place is paradise for every adventure lover! One can do paragliding, horse riding, and much more. And the best part is you can visit Khajjiar at any time throughout the year except winters as roads are generally blocked in winter due to heavy snowfall. But don’t forget to carry your woolens, if you don’t want to spoil your time worrying about being sick!

Best time to visit: Anytime throughout the year.

2. South India- Hogenakkal, Tamil Nadu

South India is not lagging behind in the race of having the most beautiful unconventional places. Hogenakkal is one such place. No, it’s not a hill station, it’s the “Niagara Falls” of India. Located on the river Kaveri in Dharmapuri district of Tamil Nadu, it is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in South India. Several waterfalls circling the rocks make it a scenic beauty while sailing in coracles (Basket-shaped boats fashioned out of bamboo with plastic sheets for the bottom).

Best time to visit: October- March.

3. East India- Dzongri Trek, Sikkim

Sikkim known as a land of unparalleled scenic beauty has Dzongri trek known as one of the best trekking destinations in India. If you are someone who loves trekking, then you must visit this beautiful place to experience the purest form of nature. If you are done with northern trekking, go to Sikkim and take a glimpse of the most beautiful trek in India.

Best time to visit: April to June or September to October.

4. West India- Bhandardara, Maharashtra

Another scenic beauty, hidden in Sahyadris. Bhandardara is one of the offbeat weekend getaways from Mumbai. If you are tired of Mumbai’s sea and humid climate, then pack your bag and drive to the Sahyadri’s cool climate with lush beauty. Sit alongside the waterfall, sipping down some tea, while giving your mind some time to think and absorb the beauty around.

Best time to visit: June to March. Visit the village in the monsoons and enjoy the trip thoroughly.

5. Central India- Orchha

And if you are tired with the mountains, waterfalls, trekking, and beaches, then here is an awesome place full of serenity, Orchha. It is a place with historical significance and awe-inspiring temples, palaces, and cenotaphs to take you back in time. It is a treat for every person who loves visiting historical places. Moreover, its beautiful architecture will make you awe-struck!

Best time to visit: Anytime throughout the year.



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