Explore The Unexplored Places In India!
India is full of wonderful places that you can visit to explore. Some places are tourist favourite hence they are crowded whereas on the other side there are places that are left unexplored.
The Flapper Life is going to take you on a ride to the unexplored/underrated places in India. Tighten your seat belt!
5 places you need to visit :
1. Gandikota (Indian Grand Canyon)
Gandikota is a small village in the Kadapa district of Andhra Pradesh that is known for its spectacular gorge formed by river Pennar that cuts through the Erramala hills. This handsome piece of Nature’s architecture has come to be known as the Hidden Grand Canyon of India by people who visit it and get bewitched by its beauty.
2. Rameswaram (The Bridge On The Indian Ocean)
Rameshwaram is one of the holiest places in India and is located on a beautiful island. It is separated by a small Pamban channel from Sri Lanka. According to the Hindu mythology, this is the place where Lord Rama created a bridge across the sea to Sri Lanka. There are many places to explore in this beautiful place. Besides Rameshwaram Temple, there are places like Dhanushkodi Temple and Beach, Annai Indira Gandhi Road Bridge, Agnitheetham and Five faced Hanuman Temple to explore.
In the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh lies Chitkul, a little village. At a height of 3450 metres, it is the last inhabited village near the Indo-Tibet border, as well as also the last location in India one can travel to without a permit. The river Baspa is a constant companion on this trip from Sangla. The surroundings, like the rest of Himachal, are included snow clothed mountains as well as differing tones of apple orchards, mustard areas as well as vegetation. The valley is known for its great quality potatoes and peas.
Malana is one of the most stunning villages in Himachal Pradesh. There are many stories regarding this beautiful place. Many legends of Malana discuss its existence from ages. It is situated in Parvati Valley and is a home to a few families who have been staying here from a long time. The most interesting fact concerning this offbeat location is that its individuals are believed to be the straight descendants of Alexander the Great.
5. Tirthan Valley
Surrounded by the Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP), this beautiful valley situated beside the Tirthan River is among the hidden tourist places in Himachal. The name of the valley comes from the Tirthan River that flows from Tirth, its origins located in the GHNP, and ends at Larji in the Beas river. Compared to other destination in Himachal, the valley is still well preserved and offers the perfect environment for those who are looking for a peaceful holiday. Tirthan Valley is an incredible place to relax in the lap of nature.
Looks like you need to plan a trip and explore the unexplored places in India!