The north Indian state of Himachal Pradesh brings in millions of tourists from across the world every year, owing to its captivating scenery. Characterized by snow-clad mountains and serene natural beauty, this ‘Abode of Snow’ is home to hundreds of villages, all beautiful in their own right. Read on to discover a few of the highlights on These Stunning Villages in Himachal Pradesh, India...
India is full of awe-inspiring places to enslave and pleased visitors. And, given the vast expanse and fine diversity of this beautiful South Asian country. there is an abundance of untouched, unseen and unexplored places. but if we had to choose Here are some unexplored Places in India, which can be the best places to visit in India.
- Damro, Arunachal Pradesh
Visit the actual village of the Adi Padam tribe and witness their age-old customs. The outspread hanging bridge in Arunachal Pradesh at Damro regime gently over a silvery minify of the Yamane River as Adi Padam herders head to the forests with their large Mithun.
2. Mainpat, Chhattisgarh
Mainpat is a small village in Chhattisgarh filled with hill stations. The hill station features the Tiger Point Waterfall, Fish Point Waterfall, Anmol Hotel and many more Resorts. It is also home to crowds of Tibetan religious exiles people who worship in a temple dedicated to Buddha and manufacture designer mats as well as winter and woolen cloth.
3. Kanatal, Uttarakhand
Kanatal is a small village and a hill station in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. Kanatal is picture perfect and brags of the beautiful heavenly scenery, luxuriant vegetation, and bountiful adventure activities.
Things to do in Kanatal:-
- Valley Crossing
- Jungle Safari
- Experience A Homestay
- Hill Top Experience
- Nature Stay
4. Patan, Gujarat
Patan was the capital of Gujarat in the medieval era. It is the administrative place of the Patan District of Gujarat and governed by the municipality.their are many Hindu and Jain temples as well as few mosques, dargahs, and Rojas are there in this beautiful patan. It is situated on the bank of Saraswati River in the lowlands between the Aravalli Range and the Gulf of Khambhat. Patan, the former capital of Gujarat, is a place famous for Patola sarees, one of the finest hand-made textiles in the whole world. One can see this exquisite fabric being made here. Patan Patola is one of the finest hand-woven textiles produced the world ever.
5. Majuli, Assam
Majuli is the world’s largest river island and it attracts tourists from the whole world. Among one of the most fantastic places in India. Majuli is also a strong opponent for a place in UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. Mostly covered by Tribals, the custom and culture of Majuli is unique and quite interesting and is one of the key reasons why people love this place so much. It is also called the art and cultural capital of Assam.
6. Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh
Ziro is the census city in Lower Subansiri district in the state of India Arunachal Pradesh. It has been a favorite and popular city for World Heritage Site for a number of years now. Ziro is an antiquated old beautiful city of Arunachal Pradesh, resident to the Apa Tani tribe and popular for its pine hills, rice fields, and evergreen vegetation. The climatic situation of the district varies from place to place as well as time to time. The climate is mostly influenced by the nature of terrain depending upon the altitude and location of the place.
7. Kurnool, Seemandhra
Kurnool is the headquarters and main center of Kurnool district. The city is commonly referred to as The Gateway of Belum Caves are geologically and historically important caves in the district.
Place to visit in kurnool:-
- Ahobilam temple
- Belum caves
- Yaganti temple
- Mahanandi temple
- Sakshi ganapati temple
- Nava narasimha temple
- Nagarjunsagar-srisailam tiger reserve
- Oravakallu rock garden
- Shivaji spoorty kendra
- Shikaresvara temple
8. Tirthan Valley, Himachal Pradesh.
The Tirthan valley is the main gateway for the beautiful Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP). Actually, without having the national park, the Tirthan valley would have probably remained unknown and unexplored. In comparison to other destinations in Himachal, the valley is still well preserved and secure and offers the perfect environment for those who are looking for a calm peaceful holiday.
Things to do in Tirthan valley:-
- River crossing
- Trekking in the great Himalayan national park
- Serloskar lake
- Trout fishing
- The great Himalayan national park
- Waterfall in tirthan valley
- Jalori pass
- Rock climbing
- Chhoie waterfall