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Why Go To Goa When You Have These Hidden Gems To Visit!

Why Go To Goa When You Have These Hidden Gems To Visit!

  • Give the usual touristy places a miss and visit these scenic destinations for a fun-filled trip.

2020 was not a regular year in so many ways but not being able to travel was one thing that hit everyone hard. Although even today, the situation is not completely under control, you can have a safe trip to these secluded destinations across India.

Mukteshwar, Uttarakhand – Away from the crowd, begin your day overlooking the stunning sunrise at Nanda Devi Peak, followed by visiting ancient temples and lush green meadows. It’s a great destination for adventure junkies as well.  

Best time to visit – March to May

How to reach:

By road: Take a bus from Kathgodam or Delhi

By rail: Nearest station is Kathgodam (73 km)

By air: Pantnagar or Delhi airport

Bekal, Kerala – Witness the untouched beauty of Kerala at Valiyaparamba backwaters, Bekal fort, Kappil beach, Bekal beach, Lake temples, and ancient caves. Do not miss visiting Nileswaram, a place that offers spectacular views of the water bodies.

Best time to visit – June to September

How to reach:

By road: Take a cab from Bangalore (381 km) or Mangalore (67 km)

By rail: Nearest stations are Kasargod and Kanhagad (both are 12 km away)

By air: Mangalore airport (50 km)

Mawlynnong, Meghalaya – Asia’s cleanest village, also known as ‘God’s Own Garden,’ is home to breath-taking waterfalls, Living Roots Bridge, ultra-clear Umngot River Dowki, and a mysterious Balancing Rock. The entire town looks like a big garden, giving it it’s title.

Best time to visit – June to September

How to reach:

By road: Take a cab from Shillong (78 km)  

By rail: Nearest station is Guwahati (182 km)

By air: Guwahati airport (188 km)

Champaner-Pavagadh, Gujarat – A UNESCO World Heritage Site, its a land where you can visit beautiful and aesthetically-pleasing mosques, temples, and step wells. The intricate stone carvings as well as the ancient architecture from the Mughal and Turkish era will leave you in awe.

Best time to visit – October to February

How to reach:

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By road: Take a bus/cab from any major city in Gujarat

By rail: Best to take a train to Vadodara station and a cab from there

By air: Vadodara airport (42 km)

Bundelkhand, Madhya Pradesh – Bundelkhand, Orchha, and Jhansi have a backdrop of some magnificent palaces such as Jahangir Mahal, Raja Mahal, Rai Praveen Mahal, Rai Praveen Mahal, and Dauji Ki Haveli. You can also visit the Orchha Wildlife Sanctuary and a number of temples and churches in this belt.

Best time to visit – November to March

How to reach:

By road: Take a bus/cab from Jhansi

By rail: Nearest station is Jhansi (226 km)

By air: Jhansi airport (226 km)

Khimsar Village, Rajasthan – Get one-on-one with the raw beauty of Rajasthan at Khimar Village. The Khimsar Fort, Dunes Village, Osian, Nagaur Fort, Panchala Black Buck Reserve and the Dhawa Doli Wildlife Sanctuary are the best places to visit her. You may also visit Jodhpur, which is 102 km from there.

Best time to visit – November to February

How to reach:

By road: Take a bus from Jaipur, Jodhpur or Bikaner to Nagaur, then hire a car to Khimsar from there

By rail: Nearest station is Jodhpur (92 km)

By air: Jodhpur airport (92 km)

Chakrata, Uttarakhand – Just a little away from Dehradun, Chakrata is quite unexplored. Tiger Falls, Chilmiri neck, Deoban, Kanasar, Hathi Kund, Bunder Caves are a must-visit. It’s a silent getaway into the Himalayan ranges, where you can camp, trek, indulge in adventure sports, and much more.

Best time to visit – March to June

How to reach:

By road: Take a bus from Dehradun (81 km)

By rail: Nearest station is Dehradun (92 km)

By air: Jolly Grant airport (113 km)

Thachi Valley, Himachal Pradesh – Himachal’s best-kept secret, Thachi Valley makes you instantly fall in love with it. Witness the untouched beauty of pristine lakes, dams, waterfalls, orchards, plateaus, and monasteries, all tucked away in the serene mounts of Himalayas.

It is advisable to hire a guide during your stay for a better experience.

Best time to visit – August to March

How to reach:

By road: Take any bus going to Kullu-Manali from nearby cities and get down at Aut, then take a bus to Thachi from there

By rail: Nearest station is Chandigarh (245 km)

By air: Bhuntar airport (45 km)

Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh – North-East India as a very peculiar charm of its own, and Ziro is the best place to enjoy it. You can unwind and relax in this little town which is home to the Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, Dolo Mondo, Meghna Cave Temple, Kile Pakho, Midey, and a lot more. Enjoy the site of lush green meadows, rice fields, and connect with the local Apa Tani tribe.

Best time to visit – October to March

How to reach:

By road: Night bus from Guwahati to Ziro

By rail: Nearest stations are Naharalagun (100 km) North Lakhimpur (117 km)

By air: Jorhat airport (98 km)

Bylakuppe, Karnataka – This town can be called ‘Mini Tibet’ as there a lot of beautiful monasteries here. You can also visit south Indian temples, Nisargadhama, Dubare Elephant Camp, Harangi Dam, Abbey Falls, and a Golden Temple. This town offers a very unique cultural view of the state.

Best time to visit – All round the year.

How to reach:

By road: Catch a bus from Bangalore or drive down from Mysore.

By rail: Nearest station is Mysore (76 km)

By air: Mysore airport (76 km)

So, where do you plan to go in 2021?

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