8 Unexplored Indian Destinations Which Should Be Visited Indubitably


In the olden days, people use to travel to explore. But these days, Google gives us everything sitting in the comforts of our homes. You plan a vacation with Google, you search for the places, the best restaurants, the famous architectural pieces, etc. But here is a list of places which are still untouched and not much visited. These places will give you a chance to explore and find out the hidden.

1. Sojha- Himachal Pradesh

The best time is to visit this place is during summers because when the sun terrorizes people with its harshness you can enjoy here. The weather here is cold in all the twelve months. This place

2. Sandakphu – Darjeeling

This is one of the best places to trek. You won’t have to face many people around here, as this place is pretty far, and you need some permissions as well to go. You will get end number of views of the mighty Himalayas which will leave you aghast. To reach here you will have to travel by Jeeps.

3. Velas Beach- Maharashtra

Velas is a small place in Ratnagiri, Maharashtra. This was just like a normal place with a seaside until it got famous worldwide. This place annually hosts Internation Turtle Festival, where baby turtles begin their sea voyage immediately after coming to this earth.

4. Kavaratti Island – Lakshwadeep

Lakshwadeep is a mesmerizing place in itself. Kavaratti Island is one of the most visited locations. Here one will see lagoons which leave you surprised by its beauty. The moderate climate here is a perfect treat during one’s vacations.

5. Mawsynram- Meghalaya

This place is the wettest place in the whole universe. The delight which one will experience here in rains that feeling cannot be expressed in words. I can smell the imaginary fragrance of the soil after the rains.

6. Yuksom- Sikkim

Yuksom is a small yet an important place in Sikkim. Through this place, one can go to Kangchendzongha, the second highest peak in India. This place is of great significance due to religion as Lamas from Tibet use to visit here to spread Buddhism and also it has historical importance as it was the very first capital of Sikkim in the 17th Century. The lush green mountains and trek areas are a major tourist attraction here.

7. Mokokchung- Nagaland

This is the third most visited places in Nagaland. The major tourist attractions are the museum, The Unman Village which is believed to be the oldest village in this area, etc. This is also the land of Ao Naga which is the oldest tribe of Nagaland and this was the first tribe to accept Christianity.

8. Dhanushkodi- Tamil Nadu

This place is a remote area of Tamil Nadu. This place was hit by one of the worst storms India has ever witnessed and since then the urbanization of this place has paused. According to scriptures, this was the place from where Lord Rama built a floating bridge joining Sri Lanka. According to Wikipedia, ” The entire town was marooned and the Government of Madras declared Dhanushkodi as Ghost town, unfit for living. In December 2004, the sea around Dhanushkodi receded about 500 meters (1,600 ft) from the coastline, exposing the submerged part of the town for a while followed by massive tsunami waves that struck the coast.”