Less Commercialised Destination for Your Next Holiday Experience

Tired of the going to the same old famous places? Go seek out some offbeat destinations that offer you the perfect escape from the hustle-bustle of life and treat yourself with incredible experiences. These less commercialized locations provide endless opportunities to explore raw natural beauty and experience unusual cultures which you might not have even thought about. Also, the thrill of a relaxing getaway in a crowd-less place is something everyone craves for.

So, if traditional destinations don’t fancy you enough, then it is the right time to choose the less-traveled road and find hidden gems of the country.

Orchha

Where: Madhya Pradesh

Located 15 kilometers from Jhansi in Uttar Pradesh on the bank of the Betwa River, Orchha is a little town in the district of Madhya Pradesh. The town is the finest example of Mughal architecture surrounded by the prominent landmarks including Jahangir Mahal with its precise geometric proportions.

Simlipal

Where: odisha

Located on the widely stretched Sal forest, Simlipal is destination popular for Simlipal National Park and Barehipani Falls.  The reserve is a home to most exclusive wild species of Asian Elephants, Tiger and Gaur.  Moreover the place is loaded with profound biodiversity because of its climate, varied topography and preferred vegetation.

Chopta

Where: Uttarakhand

The place is a tiny village situated in the Uttarakhand offering some of the most charming landscapes around.  Indulge in some adventure activities or simply sit for a picnic, the place has everything to offer. From heaving slopes to fresh meadows, the place provides the perfect vibe to unwind in. best time to explore the region is during summers

Champhai

Where: Mizoram

You always have heard of going to Mizoram as a peaceful holiday destination, but this time enjoys the colourful tribal culture, orchids and picturesque views of the Myanmar hills. The place gives you the most pleasant weather for discovering around the region. Fruit orchards, expansive vineyards and Kiwi plantations are some of the things that make it look all the more beautiful.

Lepakshi

Where: Andhra Pradesh

For an enriching historical experience, Lepakshi is a small town located in the Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh. The place owns a popular temple devoted to lord Veerbhadra and has a stunning manifestation of Lord Shiva. There are intricately carved frescoes of Mahabharata and Ramayana on the ceilings of the temple.

Ethipothala Falls

Where: Andhra Pradesh

Here the water falls from the height of 70 feet with the waterfall forming the combination of 3 streams: Tummala Vagu, Nakka Vagu and Chandravanka Vagu joining the river Krishna.  While exploring the falls, one can also make a visit to the two stunning temples of Dattatreya and Ranganatha. The falls creates a pond where the majority of crocodiles stay.

Araku Valley

Where: Andhra Pradesh

Araku Valley is a hilly village surrounded by the dense forest area famous for the finest coffee plantation. The place is loaded with scenic beauty which can charm anyone. Enjoy tribal handicrafts and lifestyle at the Tribal Museum situated in the place.

Lake of Chembra

Where: Kerala

As one of the highest peaks in the Wayanad ranges, Chembra Peak is a 15 km climb through the lush green tea gardens taking about 5 hours to reach and within the halfway , there lay a heart shaped Lake which attracts romantic travelers all across the world.

Bhedaghat

Where: Madhya Pradesh

Towering as high as 100 feet on both sides, the beautiful area is located in the city of Jabalpur. Do not miss out having a boat ride over the Narmada River on a moon night. The other popular spots in the vicinity are Chausath Yogini temple and Dhuandhar falls.

Majauli Island

Where: Assam

The stunning island is located over the Brahmaputra River and has been declared as the World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The place looks supremely picturesque in the time of monsoon when the river flows to its fullest. One can explore various kinds of arts, music, and literature as there are number of Vaishnava monasteries present and following the culture.

Khajjiar

Where: Himachal Pradesh

Popularly called as the ‘Switzerland of India’, Khajjiar is a small peaceful village in the middle of the dense Deodar forests. The place is a magnificent combination of forests, lakes and pastures. One can even enjoy different adventure activities the place offers including paragliding, trekking and horse riding.

Andretta

Where: Himachal Pradesh

The place is famous and inspirational among travellers for various reasons. Andretta is a tiny village in the Kangra district which can be perfect destination for every art lover. There is Crafts Society and the Andretta Pottery famous for their pottery and miniature paintings.