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Perfect Vacations Spots In India You Didn’t Know About

Everyone will agree that one of the biggest incentives of making money is travelling. When you feel like you can’t take it anymore and that you’ve been pushed to your limits, packing your bags and travelling is what reaffirms your faith in everything. However, sometimes this craving to explore the unexplored goes unfulfilled, what with all the popular tourist destinations teeming with people from all over the world. In situations like this, where all you’re looking for is some peace, quiet and quality ‘me-time’, the only thing left to do is find the most secluded, pristine spots where very few other people think of going. To help you get started, here are five perfect and lesser known vacation spots that you may want to give a shot.


Auli, Uttar Pradesh

We all know and love Uttar Pradesh as one of the most culturally rich places to go for a vacation, but like all culturally intense vacation spots, UP hosts a fair share of people from around the world. But, away from the crowded corners in Uttarakhand lies a paradise which has successfully maintained its charm and freshness. Determined to offer a unique Himalayan experience, Auli is where the you will come across lively shades of green along with the majestic snow-capped mountains. A haven that offers a range of stunning contrast, Auli’s abundance of forestry and floral beauty is bound to take your breath away. One of the best places for trekking, camping, rock climbing and other sports, Auli during summers, it becomes every adventure travellers dream destination. The perfect amalgamation of rough and delicate, Auli is the paradise you’ve been looking for.

Patan, Gujarat

Gujarat tourism has been booming over the past few months and there’s a reason why. With so many historical sites. Monuments, landmarks and confluence of cultures, Gujarat is literally like a melting pot where you get the best of everything. But, like every treasure chest, it has its share of hidden gems. One such hidden gem is a place called Patan. What makes Patan so amazing is that apart from being one of the most beautiful places on Earth, it was recently added to UNESCO’s world heritage site list, which speaks volumes in itself. Another reason why Patan should be on your list of exploring the unexplored is because it’s a store house for brilliant architecture, one of the best ones being the Rani ka Vav. Surrounded by huge walls and a very old world charm, this former capital of medieval Gujarat is a must visit if you’re looking for lesser known places to go to. Patan is best visited during the months between October and March, when the weather is most favourable.

Majuli, Assam

If you’re into water rather than frosty mountain peaks, then Majuli is where you need to make your way to. For those of you who didn’t know, Majuli is famous for being the world’s largest fresh water island. This river island is located on the river Brahmaputra and is about 20 kms away from the city of Jorhat. Majuli is one of those places that is both rich in culture and is yet unaffected by consumerism that comes along with being a cultural capital. One of the best times to visit this place is during the monsoons, when the river is swollen and resplendent in all its glory. Additionally, Majuli offers its visitors pleasant and cool climate during the months from October to March, making it one of the most ultimate places to visit.


Nubra Valley, Jammu & Kashmir

When you’re thinking of beautiful, exotic places to travel Jammu and Kashmir almost always tops the list. Pristine lakes, gorgeous mountains and valleys, flowers brighter than the sun and apples redder than the one Snow White bit into, Jammu and Kashmir, is literally ‘travellers paradise’. However, if secluded beauty is what you’re looking for, then the Nubra Valley in Jammu and Kashmir is the place to be. Many describe this as the land of ethereal and timeless beauty, a place so perfect that even postcards don’t come close. A landscape that looks as if it’s been cherry picked from modern art, Nubra Valley lies on the silk route, about 140 kilometres away from Leh. A beautiful marriage of all that’s glorious, the rivers Shyok and Nubra course through the valley, from which it gets its name as well as it’s surreal beauty. June to October is the ideal period to visit Nubra Valley.

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Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh

If Arunachal Pradesh is the place for you but you shy away because of the crowd, then this is the place you’ve been looking for. Lesser known and offbeat, Ziro, is often referred to as the crown of the North-East and is one of those places which can boast about agreeable climate throughout the year. Dotted with beautiful green patches and rice fields, Ziro is also the home of the Apa Tani tribe who are more than happy to let you get in on a little bit of their culture. With its lovely weather and affable culture, Ziro is good for a visit throughout the year. So let your camera do the talking while you keep quiet and take in all that is pristine.

At the end of the day, travel is the only thing that makes you richer.

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