Top 5 unexplored places in India you ought not skip
Planning a vacation to revive your senses? Drop those clichéd destinations that are usually packed with noisy tourists!There are plenty of unexplored places in India that tellare tucked away in corners of the country.Pack your bags and get set to visit these offbeat Indian destinations that can make your travelogue full of unforgettable memories!
Without further ado, let’s take a look at the top five undiscovered tourist attractions in India:
Belum caves: If you are an Indiana Jones fan, you will be bowled over by theBelum Caves, India’s second largest and longest caves. Located at Kurnool in Andhra Pradesh, these natural marvels will leave you spellbound with its fresh water galleries, spacious chambers, and siphons. What’s most exciting is that you could choose your path from the 16 different mysterious trails!
Maravanthe Beach: Located near Kundapura in Karnataka, the Maravanthebeach is every thalasso phyle’s dream come true. This one-of-a-kind beach is separated from the Suparnika River by a road. So while you enjoy a ride on NH 66, you could also stop over and admire the beauty of this splendid and tranquil beach. Fishing at the nearby Gangoli port with locals would make your trip all the more fun!
Skandagiri Hills: If you love trekking, you ought to explore the picturesque Skandagiri Hills. Just 70 kilometers away from Bangalore, this mountain fortress wrapped in clouds offers breathtaking views.It overlooks the Nandi Hills and Muddenahalli from an altitude of about 1,350 meters. Visit the place and we promise that nothing would be able to stop you from feeling on the top of the world!
Athirappilly Falls: Titled as the ‘Niagara Falls of India’, this 80-feet-high breathtaking waterfall is situated at AthirappillyTaluk of Kerala’s Thrissur district. The way up to the fall is bedecked with greenery, small villages, and narrow winding pathways. You could also hop on the jungle safaris that will offer you thrilling sights of the wildness across the SholayarRanges of the Western Ghats.
St. Mary’s Island: Famous as the coconut island, St. Mary’s is a cluster of four tiny islands along the Arabian Sea at Malpe in Udupi, Karnataka. Columnar basaltic lava gives these islands a distinct appearance. It is also said that the basalt at St. Mary’sis a result of a sub-aerial, sub-volcanic activity that took place around 88 million years ago. Reaching this island on boats is an experience worth cherishing.
Do you know of any other attraction that could be included in the list of the ‘Best unexplored places to visit in India’? If yes, share with us in comments below!
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