May 07, 2024 216 views

Hidden Tourist Destinations in India

Category: Blog

Here is a list of top unique places to visit in India which have a surprise for everybody to indulge in:

Kurnool
It is a city in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Kurnool is well-known for more than only its impressive buildings and local cuisine; it is also a popular travel destination due to its many religious sites.

 

Damro
It is boasting the longest hanging bridge in Arunachal Pradesh, is nestled amidst the scenic borders of Assam and Myanmar. Often overshadowed by more renowned states in the Northeast, Arunachal Pradesh is a treasure trove of natural riches waiting to be discovered.

 

Lepakshi 
It is situated in Andhra Pradesh’s Sri Sathya Sai district, lies 15. Notably, the village is home to the renowned Veerabhadra Temple,  Lepakshi brims with mythological significance. Legend holds that it’s where Ram encountered the dying Jatayu, granting him salvation with the words ‘Le Pakshi‘ or “Rise, oh bird” in Telegu.

 

Halebidu
It is in , in Karnataka’s Hassan District, was once called Dwarasamudra. It served as the majestic capital of the Hoysala Empire during the 11th century CE. It is ideal for family trips and perfect place for people who love to explore historical places with wonderful architecture.

 

Daroji Sloth Bear Sanctuary
Asia’s first Bear Sanctuary, lies in Karnataka’s Ballari district, spanning 82.72 km. Established solely for sloth bear conservation. In a short time, it’s become a perfect home for Indian Sloth Bears.

 

Mawsynram
It is a town in the East Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya state, 69 kilometres from Shillong, the state capital. Mawsynram receives the highest rainfall in India. It is reportedly the wettest place on Earth.

 

Patan 
It is also known as Anahilavad, is the administrative seat of Patan district in Gujarat. It was the capital of Gujarat’s Chavda and Chaulukya dynasties in medieval times, and is also known as AnhilpurPatan to distinguish it from Prabhas Patan.

 

Mandu
It is an ancient fort city in Madhya Pradesh, boasts stone walls punctuated with darwazas (gateways) and reflects Afghan architectural influence. Notable landmarks include Hoshang Shah’s Tomb, a marble mausoleum, the expansive Jami Masjid mosque, and the grand Jahaz Mahal palace nestled between two lakes.

 

Majuli
 It is a largest river island in Assam, India, is surrounded by the Brahmaputra River to the south and east, the Subansiri River to the west, and the Kherkutia Xuti, an anabranch of the Brahmaputra River, to the north.

 

Your Comment

Related Post