In today’s world, everyone wants to travel to as many places as possible. Some travel because of their passion, some travel because their friend travelled to that particular place, some travel to show-off etc. Reasons are many, but the crux is that everyone travels and want to see remote places which nobody has seen. Let me help the travel freaks with unique places which they would love to explore.
Pangong Lake, Ladakh
It is one of the largest brackish lakes in Asia, situated at the height of 4,250meters. The lake is amazingly beautiful, serene and untouched. It is less populated and visited, but one can reach here in a five-hour drive from Leh. Also, thanks to Bollywood movie – 3 Idiots which has introduced it to the outside world.
Siachin, J & K
The Siachin glacier is the highest and coldest battlefield in the world with an average altitude of 20,000 feet. The temperature goes as low as minus 60 degrees. Civilians are not allowed to go beyond Panamik, a small village in Nubra Valley famous for its hot sulphur springs. They are only allowed to go on a trek, which is organised by the Indian Army once in a year.
Dharwas, Himachal Pradesh
Dharwas is a northernmost village of Himachal Pradesh in Chamba district. The town is known for its picturesque location adorned with natural beauty. It is home to the large natural spring called Tilmili which is well known for its mineral qualities.
Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh
This small hill station is located in the foothills of Dhauladhar ranges of Himalaya. It is a tranquil and peaceful place with very limited access/no internet. One can actually have a relaxing time here.
Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh
India surely has a lot to offer. The heterogeneity in the places (be it hills, mountains, beaches, caves, forests), culture, language etc., everything is unique in itself.
Views from the valley are simply breath-taking. One can relax sitting on a mountaintop and looking out of the window the stunning beauty.
Valley of Flowers, Uttrakhand
Valley of Flowers is a trek one must take in their lifetime. In an annual event in July, the snowed valley comes to life as a variety of flowers bloom rendering the air with an intoxicating fragrance. One can find the Bhramakamal, blue poppy and a host of other types. It is one of the most mind-boggling place to be.
Manas National Park, Assam
It is a striking wildlife habitat that adds to the beauty of the magnificent landscape. It is also known by the names as Tiger Reserve, Elephant Reserve and Biosphere reserve.
Kaziranga is the most popular national park in Assam, while, Manas National Park is not even known to people. We can only see tourists visiting this place who are really passionate about wildlife. The best part about this place is that it is a gadget-free place – no TV, no internet, no mobile signals. Wow, one can actually spend some good me/family time and enjoy Safaris especially Elephant.
Kaas Plateau, Maharashtra
This plateau is one of the most isolated places in India, as not many know about this place. Also known as Kaas Pathar or Kas Sadas, is situated 25km in the west of Satara city. The plateau is always adorned with beautiful flora such as Anjani, Paner, Sonki, Kondal, Deepkadee and Kaasa. The best time to visit this place is right after monsoon, i.e. in the month of Aug to Oct when the flowers blossoms.
Radhanagar Beach, Andaman & Nicobar Islands
The beach is 2Km long located 12Km from Havelock ferry pier, which makes it a less popular beach among tourists. Known as one of the Virgin beaches of India, its turquoise water, white sand, nature’s charm and the tranquil atmosphere makes this island ideal for writers, thinkers and beach lovers.
It is located in the Arabian Sea and consists of 12 atolls, three reefs and five submerged banks. Despite travel packages provided by travel agencies, it is still less travelled place by tourists. The lagoons on the islands are world famous for its coral and marine life. One can get best scuba diving experience here.