Best Offbeat Places To Explore This Festive Season

October 11, 2018

How about adding some more fun to Diwali celebrations this year, with our ultimate guide to the best places to travel in India which are less known and less explored as of now? We have some exciting destinations for a long weekend getaway specially handpicked for you. Here’s a unique travel guide for you: A list of best unexplored & pristine places you could ever imagine in the country.

1.Roopkund Lake – The Mysterious lake of Skeleton:

The must visit Roopkund Lake, better known as “Skeleton Lake,” is one of those dreadful secluded places, located in the most inhospitable regions of the Himalayan Mountains. This extremely frightening area of Himalayan Mountains is known for the hundreds of corpses between 300-600 skeletons, which date back to the 15th century AD.

2. North Sikkim -Best unexplored gems in India

One of the best unexplored gems in India, North Sikkim is another hidden gem. Almost everyone has had the thought of Sikkim trip having crossed their minds at least once, but never got to actually do it. Obviously, it’s the best time to hit the tiny hill state and discover the pristine natural beauty over there. Sikkim, especially west and North Sikkim are beautiful and almost untouched. Pelling in West Sikkim and Gurudongmar lake in North Sikkim offer some of the best scenery.” So what are you waiting for? Start with the Sikkim tour plan already!

3. Sandakhphu, Phalut, Gorkhe, and Samanden Valley

Sandakphu trek is pretty popular among travelers looking for adventures, and peaceful treks along the Himalayas and so goes for Phalut, Gorkhe, and Samanden. It is totally pristine and along the Kanchenjunga and Everest Himalayan ranges.

These valleys are yet to gain mass popularity and are only known to hardcore trekkers. It’s best to experience and explore them now. Highly recommended when you have a calling for the mountains next time!

4. Kashid Beach, Maharashtra 

Don’t we all fancy a quaint beach with a beautiful view which is clean, spotless, less crowded and bonus if it’s a white sand beach. Rare to find these combinations nowadays. Goa is known for its beaches but most people know of the common ones. One of my favorite white sand beach in India is Kashid Beach which is only a few hours away from Alibaug, Mumbai!” This is a perfect weekend getaway from Mumbai, if you want to enjoy a white sand paradise!

5Malana – The Little Greece of India:

Malana a tiny unique village with about 100 houses and is situated to the north-east of Kullu Valley in Himachal Pradesh, one of the must visit places for all travel lovers. It is believed that one of the finest Charas or ” Malana Cream” is grown in this region. It is believed that Malana Cream is the most strongest and top-notch Charas till date.