5 Unexplored Places in India You Must Visit Before You Die
India has always been a land of extensive and most beautiful terrains and it’s just impossible to explore all of India in a lifetime. For explorative travelers, India is not just a nature’s gift to their inquisitive minds but also offers, the rich interaction with various multicultural and multi lingual social set ups across the lengths and breadths of the country. Let us unravel 5 such nearly unexplored places in India that will leave you speechless.
Also known as the mini Switzerland of India for its astonishingly topographical similarities, Khajjiar is one of the least explored hill station located in the Chamba district in Himachal Pradesh. The major attractions of this exotic land are Dauladhar Mountains, Khajjiar lakes, Khajjinag temples but the area is specifically famous for its mystic landscapes which is aptly suited for trekking.
2. Araku Valley and Borra Caves
The train journey from Vizag to Araku with 58 tunnels and over 84 bridges would most certainly be one of the most unique and breathtaking experience you’ll ever have no matter where you travel in the world. Adding to this Borra Caves is the most intriguing exhibit of natural beauty.
Situated in the south western arm of Kerala, Munnar is covered with never-seen-before Tea Gardens some as high as 7000 ft above sea level. Also, Spice and Ayurveda Gardens are something you simply can’t miss when in Munnar.
4. Nohkalikai Falls, Cherrapunji
Located near Cherrapunji this is the tallest plunge waterfalls of India. Legend reminisces the tragic end of Likai who jumped off from the breathtaking falls in grief of her child.
5. Lonar Crater Lake
Signifies world’s only hyper velocity impact crater in basaltic rock, this place is easily India’s one of the best kept secrets from the usual travelers. The crater was formed some 52000 yrs ago when a meteor weighing 2 million tones crashed at an estimated velocity of 90000 kmph.