5 Best Tourist Places in India That Are Underrated


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Being a traveler is not about visiting all the famous places, but when you discover offbeat destinations that barely anyone knows it becomes a unique visit. India is full of these locations where the number of tourists is less but that does not lessen the beauty of the places, they offer such beauty and warmth that needs a tourist’s eyes to see. This is why you should visit the 5 best tourist places in India which are underrated.

Keibul Lamjao, Only Floating National Park in the World

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This Place is one of the most underrated destinations on our special list; Keibul Lamjao is situated in Bishnupur District in Manipur. This heavenly place is full of waterways, meadows, floating vegetation, and lakes. Earlier this park was declared as a sanctuary in 1966 but in 1977 it was given the status of the only floating national park in the world. Keibul Lamjao also has India’s largest freshwater lake named Loktak lake, besides this beautiful park also is the habitation of rare deer subspecies Sangai which you will only find in Manipur. Overall this place is a surreal beauty that stays underrated to date.

Osian, Khajurao of Rajasthan

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Osian Village is a historical heritage site in Jodhpur, Rajasthan; This place is also known as Khajuraho of Rajasthan because you will see a lot of erotic sculptures carved on the temple walls. This place is also famous for camel safaris, desert Oasis in the Thar desert, and eye-catching surroundings.

Lepchajagat, Perfect Destination for Lovebirds

A small village in the northern side of West Bengal, Lepchajagat is situated near Darjeeling and a must-visit place for couples who want to have some quality time together. Nurtured with the green woods, mountains surrounding, cold mist, large oak, and pine trees, this place is perfect for a romantic honeymoon. You will see the snow-clad Kanchenjunga in between dense forests daily. There are many cheap resorts available here.

Ziro, A Utopian Land in Arunachal Pradesh

Ziro valley in Arunachal Pradesh is an enchanting place blessed with beauty, serenity, and grandeur; this valley is full of green fields with clear sky and puffy white clouds which will give you European country vibes. There is a music festival held here every year which is the best time to visit, you can explore villages, know the Apatani tribe culture, eat native food and spend a day unwinding with music

Kasar Devi/Crank’s Ridge, Uttarakhand

Uttrakhand is quite popular for all age groups, the scenic beauty, mountains, streams, ancient temples, etc are most popular in this state but there are many tourists there. If you want a solitude hippie trip then visit Kasar Devi or Hippie hill near Almora in Uttrakhand. The hills are more nostalgic than cold; It is also a historical place, many famous people like Bob Dylan, Cat Stevens, and Allen Ginsberg have visited here in the time of the hippie movement. 

Conclusion

Haflong in Assam and Khajjiar in Himachal Pradesh are also quite similar places to Ziro Valley. If you like mountains, rivers, and streams then try Nuranang Falls of Arunachal Pradesh which is very popular in Bollywood movies yet an underrated destination.

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