There is no end to awe-inspiring and breath-taking destination in India which makes it a dream land for every travelers and explorers. But there are some places in India which are not so famous but are as gorgeous and splendid as the other locations in India and worth the visit. Presenting the list of  places which are not in the lime light yet but would definitely make your heart skip a beat with their remarkable views.

1. Dhuandhar Falls, Jabalpur

The roaring sound of fresh water of the Narmada making its way through the pristine marble rocks and falling into the Bhedaghat creates the best semblance of heaven of earth. The 30-meter high Dhuandhar falls in Jabalpur district of Madhya Pradesh, falls into the category of one of the most naturally beautiful places on earth.The beautiful cascade got its name from its idiosyncrasy of creating heavenly cloud-like Dhuan (Smoke) from its Dhara (Stream).The Dhuandhar Falls unleashes the best of it during Sharad Purnima when under the white moonlight falling on the marbles makes it shine like stars on earth and the whole valley appears to be made up of silver.The major recreational attractions at the beautiful Dhuandhar falls are the boat ride in the valley of white marbles during sunset, which is bound to make you feel out of this world, along with the Cable Car or Ropeway service which endows you with some of the most spectacular views of that place.

2. Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh

It has been a favourite town for World Heritage Site for a number of years now. It is in the census town in Lower Subansiri district in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. One of the oldest towns in Arunachal Pradesh, this place boasts of natural beauties and all around you will find dense forests, lush greenery, beautiful hills and breathtaking valleys. It also has a Festival of Music which shows the best of contemporary music and art the world has to offer. The camera doesn’t do justice to the hues of Ziro Valley.


3.Chitkul, Himachal Pradesh
Chitkul is a unique region and has very crucial significance in a way as It is the last point in India you can visit without any permission , also a final in habitat location near India and China border. The gushing waft of Baspa river fills the existence within the greenery of the village which is in the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh. The alluring village nestled at a height of 3450 meters gives a jaw dropping perspective of Himalayas and additionally allow site visitors to do outdoor hiking and witness this grace of nature.

4.Jawai, Rajasthan

JAWAI Leopard Camp is an experiential jungle lodge set on the edge of the Jawai dam area in Jawai Bandh (Rajasthan) comprising eight luxe tented suites. It is located in the wilderness of the ancient Aravalli Hills. It has tents with a private deck and luxurious interiors and amenities with authentic Rajasthani cuisine and rustic lamps. It is one of the best places to experience the wilderness up close. Designed beautifully, this place gives you a private heated pool and your very own butler if you stay in the Royal tented suite. Not known to many, this is a truly experiential way to travel.

Bandipur is one of the most attractive and extraordinary National park in India. Positioned at the foothills of Nilgiris in Karnataka, Bandipur is surrounded by Western Ghats. The area is the home to the lavish nature and kind of flora and fauna and allow the visitors to get indulge within the thrill of journey. You may see the glimpse of tigers, large elephants roaming in organization taking a stroll within the nature. There are number of fantastic resort within the area which can make your visit to the location more lovely.

6.Chadar Frozen River Trek
For an active enthusiast and adventure buff who challenge their adrenaline rush Chadar Trek is an obligatory element for them. Ladakh which never fails to magnetize travelers with it’s captivative appeal and wonderful landscapes, offer this frozen river trek and upload the region inside the bucket listing of each explorers. Chadar River trek at the frozen river of Zanskar is a superb exciting revel in and attracts trekkers from across the globe. The trek consist of hiking on the river that’s covered with a thick layer of snow and excessive cliffs making it a desolate tract experience.

7. Auli
Within the chamoli district of Uttrakhand ,dwells the stunning pearl of nature ‘Auli’. Auli is an elegant hill station in India that’s recall as a nice skiing spot with it’s wondrous and fascinating slopes. The destination is surrounded with surreal and majestic Nanda Devi and different Himalayan degrees and offers your eye a phenomenal perspectives of nature. The pleasant winds, the particular setting of nature has made this place an unspoiled beauty.

8.Dudhsagar Falls, Goa
The picturesque cascade of white water gushing over the hills is a few of the hidden gems of Goa. The gurgling sound of the Dudhsagar fall, falling from the towering height of 1017 ft looks like a glimpse of a fantasy. The milky water of the fall as the name recommend “ocean of milk” offers stupendous perspectives of the character. There’s a railway bridge below the pristine waterfall, makes anyone to witness a coordination among human and nature in this sort of peace.


9. Maravanthe, Karnataka
Maravanthe is a village and a beach near Kundapura, Karnataka, India. Travellers consider it one of Karnataka’s most beautiful beaches. It’s one of the best places if you love driving as the highway stretch of a kilometer is flanked by the Maravanthe beach on one side and the River Sauparnika on the other side. It’s the ideal site to enjoy sunset.



10. Keibul Lamjao on Loktak Lake, Manipur

The Keibul Lamjao National Park is a national park in the Bishnupur district of the state of Manipur in India. It is probably the world’s only ‘floating’ sanctuary that comprises 40 sq. km. of wetland overgrown with 1.5 m. deep floating vegetation (called phumdi). Loktak lake, known as the largest freshwater lake in India is also located here. It has some very rare animals one being, a particular subspecies of the Thamin deer is found here which is fondly called Manipur’s dancing deer because of its delicate gait as it negotiates its way along the floating wetlands.

Have you been to any of these places yet ?