Exploring the unexplored has always been an inevitable part of any vacation. India withholds the
panoramic nature in its diverse heritage which truly captivates every holiday seasons. India is a gateway
to an amazing paradise but is sometimes overlooked as tourist destinations. Have a look at some of the
best to visit exotic places in India throughout the year.
Pangong Lake is located around 50 km from Leh, the capital of Ladakh. It is situated at an altitude of
4,350 m. It receives its surreal nature from the interesting fact that the color of water appears different
with different time of the day.
Known as the “World’s largest freshwater island”, Majuli is referred to as the cultural capital of Assam.
The river island is located on the River Brahmaputra and is the first island to be made a district in India.
This becomes the major eco-tourism destination for freshwater lovers.
The mountain range located at Chikmaglur district of Karnataka is famous for the surreal view of the
mountain which resembles the face of a horse. Wildlife Range of Kudremukh is the dense forests around
the town are a crowd puller. The forest also houses three main rivers Bhadra, Nethravati and Tunga
which originate from this region.
The stunning landscape of Leh Ladakh, Nubra Valley, known for its green oasis on a grand scale is the
popular destination to make your trip a picturesque one. Famously known as ‘Broken Moonland’, the
strokes of art at Nubra Valley looks like the landscape of the moon in the winter season. Though it can
be visited throughout the year, the ideal time to visit is during the summer as during the winter, the
temperature drops to subzero levels.
The Borra caves, one of the largest caves in the country situated at an elevation of about 2,313 ft are the
limestone structures located in the Ananthagiri hills of the Araku Valley, Andhra Pradesh. The deepest
cave in India becomes the tropical paradise with immensely beautiful architecture.