India has no dearth of travel destinations. Some of them are more famous and more commercialised than the rest. But it does not imply that the unexplored tourist places in India have anything less to offer.
Instead it just makes you realise that they haven't been tampered with by large crowds of tourists yet, making them incredible Indian tourist places great to explore and enjoy!
There are many unexplored tourist places in India that still remains to be explored. You may know of them or might have heard of them, yet, are reluctant to actually make the journey.
The below guide of places that are hidden treasures will ensure you pack your bags right away!
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Beypore, situated at a distance of 10 km from Calicut town, is an unexplored tourist place in India. It was a chief harbor as well as a commercial hub which had established trade links with several Arab, Asian and Europeans cities. Today Beypore port is Kerala's biggest port next to Kochi. The prominent attractions of Beypore includes its port, shipbuilding yards, a stone bridge that stretches into the ocean, a light house and the bird sanctuary situated in Kadalundi
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Bong Bong (Nuranang) Waterfall
Bong Bong waterfall is among the top tourist places in the Tawang district of Arunachal Pradesh and also one of the most spectacular waterfalls in this part of the country. The Nuranang river originates from the northern slopes of the Sela Pass.
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Dras, also known as ‘The Gateway to Ladakh', is a place to visit in the Kargil District of Jammu and Kashmir. It is popular among tourists due to its rugged landscape that enables one to indulge in adventure-based activities. Travellers planning to explore Dras can undertake trekking at Suru Valley that is located in the vicinity of the town.
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Siju Caves is located near the Simsang River and the most famous spot here is the Dobakkol or the bat cave. This cave has some magnificent formations of stalactites and stalagmites within it. Dobakkol also happens to be one of India's longest caves, and it has some of the most impressive river passages to be found anywhere else. The beautiful limestone rock formations inside will awestruck any visitor.
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Gandikotais a small village on the right bank of the River Pennar in Andhra Pradesh. Situated amidst a beautiful landscape and wild forests, the highlight of the place is the Gandikota Fort that is known for its Vijaynagara style of architecture. There are many viewpoints that offer panoramic views ofsurrounding forests, plateaus and the Pennar River.It is a perfect place to head to for admiring the beauty of nature.
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Simlipal is anational parkand tiger reserve,situated in thestate ofOdisha. The park has some beautiful waterfalls namely Joranda and Barehipani. It is home to the Royal Bengal Tigers, wild elephants, Gaurs and Chausingha.Thick and green forests, extensive grassy lands and meadows, cloud-kissed peaks, sparkling waterfalls, meandering rivers, roaring tigers, trumpeting tuskers and dancing peacocks make Similipal a dreamland of nature.
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Rohru in Himachal Pradesh is situated at an altitude of about 1,525 mt above sea level, on the banks of the Pabbar River. It is popular for its apple farms with the Rich Red and the Royal Delicious being the two famous varieties of apples found here. Rohru is also a prominent spot for trout fishing. Adventure enthusiasts can also take up trekking, paragliding, and hang gliding in this region.
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Chakrata is a popular travel site located in Kalsi. Various adventure activities like river rafting, kayaking, parasailing, bridge building, rappelling and rock climbing can be enjoyed here. All these activities are organised under the supervision of experts by various resorts located here. Tourists can also enjoy volleyball, obstacle courses, basketball, golf and mountain biking. The place also has many facilities for trekking, skiing and archery.
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