Unusual Destinations in India

There would hardly be anyone who doesn’t plan a vacation in the summers! The summer season most naturally makes everyone move away from home not only to beat the heat but also to revitalize your mind for the rest of the year. India’s varied topography offers a great deal of beautiful locations yet most us end up choosing the typical destinations of all times! Whenever the question arises, the most common choices turnout to be Shimla, Mussoorie, Nainital, Kerala etc. Having heard more than enough of these hackneyed destinations, I thought of bringing into limelight some of the most unusual and unexploited destinations which you could try out this summer! So here we go-

1. Kodaikanal

Location: Tamil Nadu

A very small hill-station in the south, this place has an exceptionally divine scenic beauty! Dense forests, lush greenery, waterfalls and huge rocks are some of the must see attractions here. This place is also popular for its home made chocolates, plums, pears, eucalyptus oil and woolen clothes.

2. Tawang

Location: Arunachal Pradesh

If you want some undisturbed personal space for yourself, head straightaway to this place! With its unspoiled natural beauty, Tawang is surely going to mesmerize your senses. Mountains, lakes, valleys, rivers and the specially the Buddhist monasteries will welcome you whole-heartedly at this place.

3. Mcleodganj

Location: Himachal Pradesh

It is the residing territory of the renowned spiritual leader Dalai Lama. Absolutely serene in its aura, Mcleodganj is an enriching site that will bring immense peace to your mind. Monasteries, temples, architectures, rivers and greenery are the key attractions of this place.

4. Nubra Valley

Location: Jammu and Kashmir

Just the very mention of its location will fill your imagination with beauty, joy and gaiety. This is the valley of flowers and ripe fruits! The picturesque beauty of this valley will make you fall in love with it. The view here is immensely colorful and beautiful.

5. Kadmat Island

Location: Lakshwadeep

This is an 8 kilometers long island surrounded by a lagoon. If you are an ardent lover of beaches, this place will seem like a paradise to you! The glistening blue water of the sea and the vivid range of flora and fauna will excite you candidly.

This summer, think out of the box and travel to these unexploited destinations!