Do you really think that only foreign lands are mines of natural wonders and awe-inspiring beauties? Well, here you go wrong. India is no more a hidden gem today and millions of tourists roaming around the colourful spaces in the country prove the fact.
Each and every state of India houses innumerable places which resemble the quintessential paradise. So, why go to foreign countries when we have exotic places in India? From skiing destination to beautiful backwaters and snowy heavens to vibrant valleys, India hosts everything to satisfy the wanderlust within every traveller and tourist.
Gulmarg, Jammu & Kashmir
Without Gulmarg, the list of exotic places in India is definitely incomplete. When the bet is on surreal locations and heavenly beauties, Jammu & Kashmir can never be out of discussion and Gulmarg is the gem of this beautiful state in India.
Located in the Pir Panjal Range in the Himalayas, Gulmarg is a dreamland for every traveller seeking the magical world. The beauty of Gulmarg is at its summit during the winter season when the entire land is covered with the white carpet of snow and due to which it has been a famous destination for every filmmaker who looks forward to capturing the snow-clad peaks in their camera with the blue backdrop of the sky.
Gulmarg is also popular amongst skiers and is the ultimate stoppage during the spring season when the land of Gulmarg is covered with rich vegetation. No one would like to miss such a natural wonder.
Why Alaska when you have an ideal skiing destination at Auli hidden in the beautiful state of Uttarakhand amidst the great Himalayas? Surrounded by coniferous forests and oak trees, Auli is filled with skiers during the winter season when it snows heavily, thereby, creating ski fields to switch on the adventure mode. How about running down the slopes of the great Himalayas at Auli before its gets overcrowded due to immense tourism?
Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh
Affectionately known as Mini Switzerland of India, Khajjiar is the answer to the hidden surreal locations on foreign lands. Settled peacefully in the arms of Himachal Pradesh, this beautiful hill station is covered with forests and grasslands with a tiny lake in the centre. Luxuriant terrains and pasture lands offer its tourists with a lot of options to enjoy the ambience and favourable atmosphere of Khajjiar in the form of horse riding, trekking and scenic landscapes.
Valley Of Flowers, Uttarakhand
Well, this one should be on your bucket list this season on account of its unseen beauty and charm spread across several kilometres of land dotted with colourful flowers. The fragrance mixed in the atmosphere enhances the loveliness of this magnificent valley; consequently, attracting thousands of trekkers and nature lovers every month.
This spectacular valley of flowers is also a prominent destination for trekkers who come here to trek through its liveliness to the summit of its peaks. How about strolling around this dream valley?
One of the most-visited and popular hill stations in India, Munnar is no less than a wonder. Located in the Western Ghats in the Idukki district of Kerala, Munnar is known for its beautifully flourishing tea plantations which can definitely give tough competition to the tea plantations of Malaysia.
Who would not love to sit beside the lush greenery and savour the best of natural tastes? Munnar is also home to several waterfalls, dams, forests, temples, park and peaks; hence, it can also be deemed as a complete package for tourists.
Nothing can be better than retirement on the pristine and serene islands of Andaman. Undoubtedly, Andaman Islands symbolise heavenly beauty and is a perfect destination for every traveller who is looking forward to getting lost in the ecstasy of natural beauty. Also popular amongst scuba divers, Andaman Islands are assuredly stoppages for water lovers too.
How about exploring the coral reefs deep down the blue waters of Andaman? If you do not desire to miss the opportunity of spending time amidst the rarest of beauties in the forms of tranquil beaches, evergreen forests and pleasant weather, then the Andaman Islands should be your next destination.
Also known as the Venice of the East, Alleppey is one of the major tourist spots in Kerala and is immensely popular amongst tourists for its relaxing backwaters and composed environment.
Over a period of time, Alleppey has become a favourite backwater destination amongst nature lovers and one cannot miss visiting Alleppey once they step down on God's Own Country, Kerala.
The quiet aura filled with peaceful spots and delightful destinations is the major reason behind the popularity of Alleppey. How about experiencing a backwater cruise this season?