Top 15 Unexplored Destinations to Visit in India

Popular tourist destinations are commonly known and experience a heavy footfall. But the fun lies in visiting the best unexplored destinations in India. There are several hidden places in India which you should explore at least once in a lifetime. The untouched natural beauty of these places will leave you awe-struck and with a desire to visit again. So stay tuned as we take you on a journey to the hidden places of India:

Unexplored Destinations in India

Gurez Valley, Kashmir

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Located right below the ‘Line of Control,’ this valley has surreal landscapes, cool breezes, awe-striking backdrops, and the intense sound of the gushing river. Along with this natural beauty, the roaming shepherds and the green fields are a sight to watch. The place is very safe for a visit because of the constant patrolling and vigilance.

Best time to visit: May – September

Phugtal Gompa, Jammu and Kashmir

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One of the remotest monasteries in Asia, Phugtal Gompa, is situated in the mountain cave in Zanskar. You can see the spectacular views of the Tsarap River while climbing the tall mountains. If you wish to visit this place, you will have to trek for a day or two as there are no constructed roads leading to the Phugtal Gompa.

Best time to visit: June – September

Chopta, Uttarakhand

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One of the remotest monasteries in Asia, Phugtal Gompa, is situated in the mountain cave in Zanskar. You can see the spectacular views of the Tsarap River while climbing the tall mountains. If you wish to visit this place, you will have to trek for a day or two as there are no constructed roads leading to the Phugtal Gompa.

Best time to visit: March – May

Chopta, Uttarakhand

Counted among the most beautiful unexplored places in India, Chopta displays the spell-binding beauty of the Himalayas with its snow-covered mountains and lush greenery. The mystical meadows, tall trees, and the warm welcome by the people make the place all the more beautiful and a perfect destination for a serene getaway.

Best time to visit: March – May

Kanatal, Uttarakhand

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Grab your flight bookings for a visit to Kanatal, a pretty little destination for honeymooners. The place has stunning natural views and hotels offering warm and great hospitality. The special terrace stays make Kanatal ideal for romance and a perfect spot for couples.

Best time to visit: April – June

Damro, Arunachal Pradesh

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Exhausted city dwellers can head to Damro, a rural sort of unexplored place in India. This place acts as a base to the 1,000-foot hanging bridge, the longest in Arunachal Pradesh. The thatched bamboo houses, suspended bridges and the lifestyle of the locals are the major attractions of the place. Harvested crops, roaming bison, wide expanse of meadows and grasslands prove to be a treat to the eye.

Best time to visit: October – April

Mawlynnong, Meghalaya

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Honoured internationally as the “The Cleanest Village in Asia,” this village is the epitome of harmony and cleanliness. Polished streets, clean roads, spotless houses, well-maintained front yards, and cobbled sideways makes the village a desirable destination for a visit. To maintain cleanliness and hygiene, separate pits for organic and inorganic waste are kept everywhere around the village. People around the world should learn cleanliness patterns from Mawlynnong.

Best time to visit: March – June

Sandakphu, Darjeeling

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Book your hotel rooms to visit one of the most dangerous and adventurous unexplored places in the country, Sandakphu. The place is named such because of a poisonous variety of plant species known as the wolfsbane plant that grows near the peak. The place has a staggering altitude of 3,336 m, making it the highest peak in Darjeeling.

Best time to visit: April – May, October – December

Lepakshi, Uttar Pradesh

Lepakshi is a small town in the state of Andhra Pradesh dedicated to Lord Veerabhadra, who is the fiery incarnation of Lord Shiva. There are various colourful frescos depicting the tales of Ramayana and Mahabharata, painted on the walls and ceilings of temples and buildings. The primary attraction of the town is the hanging pillar in the main Lepakshi Temple, which is not attached to the ground but is still standing.

Parule and Bhogwe, Maharashtra

Parule is among the most beautiful hidden wonders of India. The place offers a farm stay experience and exotic authentic local cuisine. You can engage in activities like cow milking, fishing and plantation walking. The jaw-dropping sunsets and sunrises will take your breath away.

Bhogwe, on the other hand, is a heaven of architectural wonders and mystical charm. The village comprises ancient rustic temples and old cottages where you can enjoy boat riding or just laze around by the shore.

Best time to visit: October – November

Kila Raipur, Punjab

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Known for rural Olympics, Kila Raipur exhibits some exciting games, vibrant culture and friendly people. Book your air tickets for an unforgettable trip to this place, where you will find festivities, pomp and show, amazing dance performances and traditional plays. The jaw-dropping sports adventure of the place will leave you thrilled.

Best time to visit: February (this is the time for Rural Olympics to take place)

Jawai, Rajasthan

If you are a wildlife enthusiast, then pack your bags and head straight for Jawai where you will find Jawai Leopard Camp. This is the best leopard spotting places in the country. To make the adventure more exotic, there are luxurious tents, rustic lamps and authentic Rajasthani cuisine waiting for you. You will also find a plethora of flamingos, geese, cranes, and other migratory birds perching here. Some lucky travellers may find sloth bears, Indian wolves, and antelopes.

Best time to visit: September – Mid May

Velas, Maharashtra

Grab your flight booking to Velas, which is a quaint town in Maharashtra that is famous for nurturing endangered species of turtles. Here, you will get to witness the unfurling of turtle life right from the moment when they hatch out of their eggs. The annual turtle festival is a mesmerizing event to watch here.

Best time to Visit: March – April

Mohammadpur Umri, Uttar Pradesh

The place is very exciting because of the tale that the city holds 65 pairs of twins out of a total population of 900 people, which is a high ration in terms of normal standards. The more exciting part is that, not just the humans but cows also give birth to twin calves, and hens lay eggs with two yolks inside. You can get a hotel booking done beforehand to enjoy at this exciting city.

Amadubi, Jharkhand

The village of Amadubi is known for the skilled chitrakars and Paitkar paintings. It is home to several artists and pictorial storytellers. Apart from these paintings, the major attraction of the village includes rustic huts, authentic rice delicacies, colourful festivities during festivals of Tusu Parab and Dansai, and traditional dances during the time of agricultural festivals.

Best time to visit: September – Mid March

Mainpat, Chhattisgarh

The gompas (temples) of Mainpat are one of the beautiful and heavenly destinations to explore in India. Home to the Thakpo Shedupling Monastery, Manipat has old thangkas, and wall murals decorating the interiors of this monastery. The farms of tau, popularly known as buckwheat, is known to possess healing properties and improve cholesterol and high blood pressure.

Best time to visit: October – March

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