The Road Less Travelled- Explore the Unexplored Destinations Of India This Summer!

Looking for the perfect getaway to escape the heat this simmering summer? Rediscover yourself, by escaping to the unknowns of India. We bring to you our list of the must-visit destinations which might set major travel-goals for you! Get rolling, dear nomad, and explore.

  1. Drass, Ladakh

Drass, a town in the Kargil District of Jammu and Kashmir, is the coldest place in India and the coldest place in the world after Siberia. The Drass valley starts from the base of the Zojila pass, the Himalayan gateway to Ladakh. The land does not have much to offer to the tourists, but will be loved by travelers, hikers, and trekkers.


  2. Khimsar Dunes Village, Rajasthan

Khimsar is a small village situated around 92 km on the highway from Jodhpur to Bikaner in the northern Indian state of Rajasthan. Khimsar Fort and the Khimsar Dunes Village perfectly compliment one another. History, leisure, desert adventure, sports, wild life safaris and historical sightseeing tours make it a “complete” holiday destination.

  3. Haflong, Assam

Haflong, the only hill station of Assam, the place is known for its captivating scenic beauty. The majoradventure activities and adventure sports at Haflong are – gliding, para-gliding and trekking. What setsthe land apart is its large variety of different flowers, which includes the orchids such as Blue Vanda, rare species of birds, Pineapple, Pera, Peaches, and Oranges. There is an Orchid Garden in Haflong which is a worth visit. The land of azure blue mountains and emerald green leaves, this one-of its kind destination is certainly a must-visit!

  4. Majuli, Assam

Mājuli or Majoli is a large river island in the Brahmaputra River, Assam. A home to many migratory birds, Majuli flaunts unparalleled serene beauty. This is a must visit place for all the travel enthusiasts to tick off their list of vacation goals.

  5. Roopkund, Uttrakhand

One of the perfect getaways from the urban chaos, this place will leave no stone unturned to bring out the trekker in you! The land presents an opportunity to visit the famous Mystery Lake, also known as the Skeleton Lake, which is believed to have skeletons residing at the lake-bed. Explore the mysticism in the lap of Himalayas and unravel the hidden secrets that behold the land!

  6. Prashar Lake, Himachal Pradesh

Prashar Lake lies North of Mandi, Himachal Pradesh, India, with a three storied pagoda-like temple dedicated to the sage Prashar. There is a little floating island in between the lake which keeps on revolving and changes its position at regular intervals which is quite unique.If you’re in the mood for some thrilling adventure and want these memories to be etched forever, then you must visit the Prashar Lake, this vacation, which is an epitome of spirituality, peace, and awe-inspiring beauty.

  7. Kumarakom, Kerala

Kumarakom is a serenely beautiful and scenic backwater destination which will present to you an exhilarating travel experience. Not only marked by its pristine beauty, Kumarakom has a lot to offer. The adventure-lovers can indulge in water sports such as wind sailing and water skiing. The place spells tranquility, solitude, and sheer bliss for her guests!

  8. Dzongri, Sikkim

Dzongri is a triangular region in North Sikkim which lies ahead of the snow clad peaks of the Himalayas. The beautiful land portrays a picturesque backdrop. Numerous waterfalls descend over steep cliffs and a trek to this land is a traveler’s delight and id often called ‘walking in the paradise.

  9. Sangla Valley, Himachal Pradesh

Sangla is a city in the Baspa Valley, also referred to as the Sangla valley, in the Kinnaur District of Himachal Pradesh, close to the Tibetan border. Located between villages of Karcham and Chitkul, the beauty of Sangla lies in the Baspa River down below. Surrounded by snowcapped mountain, any person can get mesmerized by the beauty of this magical land.

  10. Belum Caves, Andhra Pradesh

Belum Caves is the largest tourist cave in Indian subcontinent and the longest caves in plains of Indian Subcontinent. Formed in black limestone, the caves have long passages, spacious chambers, fresh water galleries and siphons.



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