Sunday, May 17, 2015

5 Lesser-Known And Least Travelled Tourist Attractions In India






Majuli, Assam





The largest river island in the world in the lap of Bramhaputra River, Majuli offers a wonder landscape to its tourists. Other than the natural escape, your visit now might make you a part of Rongali Bihu arranged by the Assam Toruism. The colorful and warm performances by the tribals, the delicious autherntic Assamese serve in the namghar are highlights of the festival. Your visit to Majuli can always extend to more of North East India.






Tarkarli Beach,Maharashtra





Majuli is largest river island in the world situated in the lap of Bramhaputra River, it offers a wonder landscape to its tourists. Other than the natural escape, your visit now might make you a part of Rongali Bihu arranged by the Assam Tourism. The colorful and warm performances by the tribals, the delicious authentic Assamese serve in the namghar are highlights of the festival. If you’re planning to  visit to Majuli, you can always extend to other parts of North East India.


Lepchajagat, West Bengal





Romance lives in the dense and wild forests of pines, oaks and rhododendrons of Lepchajagat. To quench your natural thirst you have to travel to this Gateway of North Bengal, 45 minutes drive from Darjeeling. At an altitude of 6956 ft, the hub of attraction is Hawa Ghar, which offers a glorious view of the five classic peaks of the Kanchenjunga.  Exploring in Lepchajagat ends by sunset and thus your nights can be with your loved one, or a book or some favorite music around the campfire with sounds of crickets from the jungle around.





Orchha, Madhya Pradesh





If your previous outings were all in the lap of mother nature, then this time you can experience a change in choice by visiting the once capital city of the mighty Bundelkhand Empire. History resides in the river along fort built by Rudra Pratap. The exquisite mausoleum is the eternal testament to the rich culture of the Bundelkhands. The architectural framework and profile of the fort and the surrounding temples will be part of your visit. The reflection of the The Jahangir Mahal has graceful chatris in the river is an enchanting encounter.


Pangong Tso





If you remember the climax scene of  3 Idiots, where Kareena Kapoor arrives in a scooter to meet Aamir Khan, then this is the place you must visit! Originating from Tibet in the east, one third of ‘Howllow Lake’ falls within the Indian map. To travel here, you need to go through Leh or Ladakh. Again your trip to Leh Ladakh can include Pangong Tso. The major amazement you can witness in in this narrow lake of the Himalayan Mountain Range is its change of color from blue to green and more.

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