6 Incredible Places You Need To Explore in India

by Monica Barthalomeo | Dec 21, 2016

6 Incredible Places You Need To Explore in India


Though being our motherland, India is yet undiscovered. We are yet to know more about this much acclaimed diversity that we Indians boast about in terms of cultures and places. Anytime the holiday bells ring, we are off to the most explored places. This time why not take time and plan to explore the unexplored? Here are the few of the many unexplored places in our Great Nation which you can explore the next trip you have on your mind:

Rosary Church, Shettihalli, Karnataka:


This Rosary Church located at Shettihalli in Karnataka is a one of a kind fantasy place. Heard of the good old fairy tales where everything appears and disappears magically. This church submerges magically in the rain water and then reappears once the waters recede. Told you, it sounds like a fantasy. You can check this out for yourself. If you get to see this, you are lucky to see this or else the next time hopefully.

Laitlum Canyons, Shillong, Meghalaya:


You can call this place a breath of heaven. When you are here you cannot manage to escape this beautiful place and you cannot afford not to get lost in this endless eternity of the nature’s beauty. Drive about 45 minutes away from Shillong and you are at the most serene atmosphere away from the noise where these magnificent hills are seated majestically which are perfect to give you the inspiration you need.   

Kaas Plateau, Maharashtra


Want to get lost in a perfect upland of flowers, the Kaas plateau is the place to be! THe perfect one for all the nature lovers. Geo-positioned about 25 minutes drive away from Satara in Maharashtra, this is place is indeed a haven which is a breeding ground for diverse flowers. You can look endlessly at the plateau and enjoy this visual treat. Also known as Kaas Pathar, this is a beautiful place to be and yes, this is in India!

Mawlynnong Village in East Khasi Hills of Meghalaya:


Also known as the “God’s Own Garden”, the Mawlynnong village is located about 90 kilometers away from Shillong in Meghalaya. It won the title in 2003 as the “cleanest village in Asia” by the Discover India Magazine, it is one of the best places to stay for a few days away from the regular hustle and bustle of the urban jungle we live in. The rains makes this place even more beautiful as they are covered with the enriching soothing green colour of the nature.   

Dras, The Gateway to Ladakh:


This magnificent pass between the Himalayas is located in the most acclaimed Heaven on Earth, Ladakh in Kashmir. It is indeed one of the coldest places in India where the temperature can drop to as low as -60 degrees celsius. A picturesque place to be in for all the trekkers, nature enthusiasts and the perfect one for photography, you can make your peers envious about your visit to this place unlike the others. It is also known as the “Gateway to Ladakh” accurately seated in the much terrified place, the Kargil district.

Muzhappilangad Beach in Kannur:


Being one of the longest beach drive in India and Asia all the more, the Muzhappilangad Beach is an error free stretch of plain sand land where you can drive for 4 kilometers without any interruption at all. What can be more of a pleasure other than driving at the beach without any interruption and watching the sea waves hitting the land. This is a dream come true for most people who love to be at the beaches.

These places are a visual treat and relieves you off the stress you face. Visit any one of these places during your next trip and be rejuvenated.

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Monica Barthalomeo
Monica Barthalomeo

Monica is an avid reader who is obsessed about Rado and Armani. She loves writing about luxury living spaces in her free time and loves Rhythms and blues.

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