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Top 5 Secret Places in India

There are still many secret places in India that are yet to be explored by the travellers visiting the country. Frequenting the same tourist spots sounds a little boring. Since India is known for its picturesque landscapes, it is a perfect combination of flora and fauna.

So travel enthusiasts who love to explore the unexplored tourist spots, here are some of the hidden tourist spots in India, which would unquestionably make one's trip an unforgettable experience.

Majuli, Assam

Majuli in Assam, an another unexplored destination is nestled amidst the Brahmaputra River and is considered as the largest river island in the world. The picturesque and pollution free landscape makes the place worth exploring. This unknown destination has been declared a world heritage site by UNESCO.

Majuli

The pollution free environment is the ideal place to relax and rejuvenate. Majuli is considered as one of the secret places in India and it is worth a visit for travellers who love to explore and learn more about the place.

Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh

The tranquil hill station in Arunachal Pradesh is known for its breathtaking landscape and natural beauty. It is considered as one of the secret places of India since reaching the place is highly challenging because of harsh weather and frequent landslides.

But Tawang is worth exploring as the hill station offers panoramic views and adventurous activities like ice skating and rock climbing. One of the major attractions of Tawang is the Tawang Monastery which is believed to 400 years old. The panoramic views and unexplored landcapes makes the place worth exploring for adventure travellers.

Tarkarli Beach, Maharashtra

This beautiful coastline in Maharashtra is just a few hours drive from Mumbai, located in Sindhudurg district and is considered as one of the secret places in India less known to tourists. The beach is a heaven for adventure travellers and many beach activities like scuba diving and snorkelling are organized to attract more tourists.

One can feel the whispering of the pristine waves in this less frequented beach in Maharashtra. This unknown destination spot in Maharashtra is worth exploring for travellers.

Pangong Lake, Jammu and Kashmir

The jaw dropping landscape in Leh are less known to travellers. But a visit to this place will one with unforgettable experiences. This place came into limelight when '3 Idiots', a famous Bollywood flick got shot. The sky scrapping mountain ranges and impeccable scenic beauty have made this place a heavenly abode.

Pangong Lake

Travelling and exploring this unexplored spot will definitely leave one mesmerized and would be an ideal choice for those who want to explore the unexplored.

Lepchajagat, West Bengal

Located close to Darjelling in West Bengal, lies a small hamlet called Lepchajagat which is considered as one the secret places in India. This unknown destination is nestled amidst hills covered with thick Oak forest. Since Darjelling is located close to Lepchajagat, travellers usually give it a miss.

But the place is known for its striking landscape which is very difficult to get over. Travellers who love to bond with nature will surely get mesmerized seeing the beauty of the place. Other hidden places close to Lepchajagat are Mirik and Pashupati which are not to be missed by the travellers visiting the area.

These are some of the top secret places in India worth exploring and enjoying.

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