Disconnect Yourself From The World At These Remote Places
Ever felt why your life in a city so fast paced, that you have actually forgotten what it is like to take a break? Technology, being a great and addictive tool, has transformed us into being so dependent on them, that we cannot imagine living without them.
It is high time for one to step out of this mundane life and give a break to everything by simply disconnecting from others and re-establishing a connection with oneself by taking a rejuvenating break at one of these beautiful locations.
1. At A Secluded Beach In Andaman And Nicobar Islands
Love beaches? And do you get lost often? If so, head straight to the beautiful islands of Andaman and Nicobar which are located in the ocean of Bay of Bengal. The Andaman and Nicobar Islands often make it to the list of unexplored places in India. This group of 300 odd islands would help you easily get carried away with their out of world beauty. The secluded beaches further adds on to the excitement and would help you rejuvenate to a whole new level.
2. On A Camel Ride Through The Thar Desert
One of the best things to do in the desert state of Rajasthan is take a ride atop a camel through the Thar Desert. Only one condition before you begin the ride through the desert, switch off all your gadgets and switch on your senses! They would take in the experience that you would cherish for a lifetime. This is much better than simply looking at the pictures taken on your respective cameras and phones.
3. At The Monasteries Of Ladakh
If you are looking for spiritual rejuvenation, simply head to one of the monasteries in Ladakh. Buddhism is indeed a religion which is so peaceful, that it gives you an instant feeling of rejuvenation. The monasteries are marked with beautiful courtyards and are also hauntingly silent and you lose yourself to its calmness. Some of the must visits here are Hemis, Thiksey and Phugtal.
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4. On The Rann Of Kutch
Being considered as one of the remote places in the country, the Rann of Kutch is also considered as the world's largest salt desert. Imagine nihility. Now image more of it. Well that sums up Rann of Kutch for you. The place thrives with activity only in the month of October and for the rest of the year remains dead silent.
5. At The Depths Of The Western Ghats
The Western Ghats comprise of 1600 odd km of thick virgin, dense forests which are an absolutely treat to your eyes. The Western Ghats is home to more than 1000 different species of flora and fauna, which arrests your your senses with just a wink of the eye. You can camp, hike or simply walk through the UNESCO World Heritage Site and be assured of sights which you would cherish for a life time.