Exploring a remote place is always fascinating, to say the least. The excitement of discovering something new is sought by most travelers. Challenging and adventurous, every traveler yearns for exploring the raw and remote places, full of nature, less of people. Here, we will discover some unexplored tourist places in India which are less known but amazing and mesmerizing in terms of scenic landscape.
Fortunately, India is a haven for such places. From uncharted lakes, hidden waterfalls, and forests, boasting about many such remote places promises quite an adventure.
Lansdowne, located in Uttarakhand, is one of the few places containing the roots of British origin. Surrounded by a belt of heavy oak and pine trees, this place got its name from Lord Lansdowne who was the British viceroy till 1894. A perfect holiday destination, Lansdowne consists of a variety of activities such as trekking, sightseeing, boating, and many more. A plus point would be that Lansdowne has good motorable roads, yet still possess unexplored beauty making it one of the most exciting unexplored tourist places in India.
Bhalukpong, located in Arunachal Pradesh, is easily one of the most unexplored tourist places in India due to its limited connectivity and remote location. Full of surprises and beauty, Bhalukpong has it all! Activities include sightseeing, trekking, and camping. Along with this, Bhalukpong also consists of Pakhui wildlife sanctuary and is home to several wild cats such as Tiger, leopard and even wild dogs, and Asiatic jackal. The region also consists of an Orchid research center.
Home to many mystical and fascinating places, Sikkim has a blend of the Himalayan kingdom mixed with Indian traditions. Sikkim is bordered by Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet from the North. It is also home to Khecheopalri lake which is considered sacred by Hindus and Buddhists alike. The lake, however, cannot be used for recreational activities like swimming or fishing. There is also Khecheopalri village, a small village with old age-style homes having no roads and connectivity. Altogether, this gives classic vibes and old age feel about the place.
The Gangbal lake, also known as the Harmukh Ganga Lake, is situated in the foothills of Harmukh mountain in Ganderbal, Kashmir. The pristine lake lies at a high altitude of 3570 meters above sea level. To reach the Gangbal lake, you will have to trek for 15 km covering hilly terrain, crossing 4 different lakes before reaching the majestic Gangbal lake. Worth mentioning here is that it is also home to famous rainbow trouts. The spectacular views while trekking gives a whole new feel and refreshing auras of the lakes provide a refreshing outlook towards nature and are one of the best unexplored tourist places in India.
Jawai is a place not known to many people. However, this unexplored gem is adventurous and fun. Jawai got its name from the Jawai river also has a dam built on it. There are luxurious tents that also provide Rajasthani cuisines and also offer sightseeing views of water bodies. Birdwatching is a known activity since the place is considered a haven for migratory birds and more than 100 species of birds have been known to flock every year. Along with birds, Indian leopards have also been known to wander there.
Located at about 86 km from Jammu city, Patnitop is covered with lush green forests on a plateau in the Shivalik belt, which adds a touch of nature to its beauty. At a height of 2024 meters above sea level, Patnitop is a charm for treks and trails along with adventurous forests. For activity, Skyview Patnitop by Empyrean offers many firsts of adventure activities in India. They offer a ropeway cable ride, which is the highest ropeway in terms of ground clearance. They also provide zip line rides and Magic carpet rides, which is also the first magic carpet in India. On the leisure side, the place consists of a restaurant, which offers top-class cuisines and there are several hotels nearby to relax and enjoy.