Must Visit Remote Destinations in India

It is a renowned fact that India is a very huge country and every corner is dotted with a large number of tourist places, destinations and attractions. The traveler, be it domestic or international like to visit places that are renowned and have many attractions to keep themselves busy. Every tourist reason, special destinations are flocked by tourists both, domestic and international travelers. But, in the rush to cover popular destinations there are always regions that are left unexplored as not many people are unaware of their existence. If you are a traveler, who loves to explore different off-beaten as well as remote destinations where you can relax and rejuvenate your senses, then India has some of the most remote destinations for you to unwind and enjoy. Read on to this article to know about some of such places.

  1. Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir

Snow-capped mountains, blue skies, scenic landscapes, ancient monasteries and fluttering flags, describes the beautiful northern land of Ladakh. Ladakh is a part of the state of Jammu & Kashmir. A trip to this incredibly beautiful and adventurous destination is one of a kind experience. The deep mountain valley offers the kind of calmness to you that will give you a refreshing experience. Away from the hustle and bustle of the city life, tiring schedule and the deadlines to meet, here is Ladakh that will stop time and begin a new meaning to life!

  1. Thar Desert, Rajasthan

Rajasthan is a land of royals, the land where various royalties have lived and still living. Therefore, it is often called as Royal Rajasthan. This state is dotted with magnificent palaces, massive forts and beautiful lakes. Apart from the entire majestic glamour, this state owns the unending Thar Desert. The sand dunes of this desert are one of its kind. A camel ride in the Thar Desert is a must during a visit to this place. It is another remote place in India where you can find the superlative creature as you experience a riot of colors here. The days as well as nights in the desert will make your stay memorable for lifetime!

  1. Western Ghats, Maharashtra

Where else would you like to be lost in than in the laps of Mother Nature? The Western Ghats of Maharashtra region are recognized as a UNESCO world heritage site and is renowned for its rich biodiversity. With 1600 KM of thick undamaged and dense forestry, which is an absolute treat to your eyes, this place is a home to over 1000 of species of plants, birds, animals and insects. This place will surely captivate all your senses within a glance. You can enjoy a variety of activities here such as camping, hiking, nature walking, and much more to get some of the assured moments that you will cherish all through your life.

  1. Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Located right at the confluence of the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea, the Andaman and Nicobar Islands is an attractive archipelago. It contains 572 emerald islands, islets and rocks. Andaman & Nicobar Islands is a Union Territory of India in which Andaman Islands are accessible by travelers, while Nicobar is inhabited by tribes only. This place has been recognized as a top-quality eco-tourist destination where you can explore the under-water treasures of marine life such as corals, exotic flora and fauna. Each island in the Andaman’s territory has its own beauty and uniqueness.

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