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4 Not-So-Touristy (But Captivating!) Places I’d Love To Visit In India

It is hard to describe the full beauty of India, you could go on and on forever. Home to countless mesmerizing spots, there is something for everyone in this country. When you hear India, Delhi, Agra, Varanasi, Jaipur, and Ladakh, are some of the places which come to your mind. However, these regions receive high tourism traffic, which may not be ideal if you want to get away from busy city life. Luckily, due to the enormous size of the country, there are several interesting unknown spots in India, let's discover some of them.   KANGOJODI, NAHAN, HIMACHAL PRADESH Located in Himachal Pradesh, you should come here to experience being one with nature. Surrounded by ravines, pine trees, and hills, at every destination, you will feel like taking a picture. You can also experience trekking and adventure sports, two popular activities in these regions. The biggest attraction in this destination is camping, due to the picturesque views. MAWLYNNONG, MEGHALAYA Also known as the cleanest village in Asia, Mawlynnong in Meghalaya is a great place where you can take a break from technology. It is an offbeat destination, where you can have the trip of the lifetime. An eco-friendly and clean village, this place has a lot to offer. There are multiple caves and waterfalls to visit while you are in Mawlynnong. Make sure you walk in the living roots bridge, as it is a unique experience. NUBRA VALLEY, JAMMU, AND KASHMIR When you hear Jammu and Kashmir, the first place that pops into your mind is Leh. While this is a beautiful destination, the high footfall may not suit your preference. Instead, you should head to Nubra Valley. It is a stunning location, which showcases how incredible nature can be when left to thrive. Nubra and Shyok are two rivers that flow through this region, adding to the beauty. TAMENGLONG, MANIPUR Tamenglong in Manipur is one destination you will fall in love with the moment you see what it has to offer. Home to exquisite flora and fauna, its flawless glory and beauty will leave you speechless. If you love eating oranges, you can consume delicious ones, while you are in this location. A tip would be to go during any time between October and April, to experience the best weather. There are many unknown locations throughout India, waiting to become the center of attention. Make sure you have plenty of time on your hands, as once you start your journey in this country, you will probably never want to stop!

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