India is popular among nationals and foreigners for its rich culture, heritage, flora and fauna. But the tourist hotspots of India are generally overcrowded and hence if you want to enjoy a serene vacation, far from the maddening crowd this holiday, try out the following places, which are still undisturbed by travelers.
1. Tarkali Beach, Maharashtra
This beach can be referred as the virgin beach of the state. It is Located just at 846 kms from Mumbai. Here Arabian Sea comes with a long coastline and clear waters; you can see 20 meters deep through the water on a sunny day while the swaying Shuru trees act as a shade from the scorching sun of the beach. This beach also comes with crystalline backwaters where you can spend some quiet moments with your loved ones on a well decorated houseboat.
2. Osian, Rajasthan
While Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Udaipur steal the limelight in Rajasthan, the oasis of Osian beckons tourists looking for spirituality. The Mahavir Temple is the prime attraction of the city, which is a blend of Jain and Hindu architectural style. The Sun God and Vishnu shrines exhibit amazing artistry and portray the passion of the Rajput clan for architecture and divinity.
3. Coonoor, Tamil Nadu
Nestled at the serene Nilgiri Hills, Coonoor is ideal for those who cannot stand the tourist crowd of its neighboring hill station, Ooty. Open your eyes here to a misty morning, sipping some aromatic tea or go for a walk through the lush green valleys of the hill station to inhale some fresh air. Sims Park of Coonoor is a treasure island of rare herbs and plants, attracting thousand of botanists every year to the place.
4. Lambasingi, Andhra Pradesh
While Vizag draws more attention of the tourists at Andhra Pradesh, Lambasingi beckons tourists with its cool natural ambience. It is considered as the coolest place of the state, this hill station experiences negative temperature during winters. This place is located about 1000 meters above sea level and is one of the best destinations to experience the true life of the hills with home stays; there are no hotels or resorts available at the place.
5. Wayanad, Kerala
Enveloped with dew drenched tea gardens and home to the mysterious Ekkadal Caves, Wayanad is another offbeat tourist spot to visit in Kerala. The hill station lies in quietness, preserving the awe-inspiring natural beauty of Western Ghats and exhibiting thousand year’s old traditions. Enthusiasts can try out trekking at the Ambukuthy Mountain Range while bird watchers can check out the Kuruva Island. Muthanga wildlife sanctuary is known for its rich flora and fauna.
6. Auroville, Tamil Nadu
Pondicherry has been the spiritual workshop of Rishi Aurobindo and Auroville his dream project. Here you will find people from all countries of the world and of different religion stay in peace and harmony, working towards the aim of universal brotherhood. The beaches of Pondicherry are also best to bask in the warm sun or play with the wild waves.
Hence, make this holiday happening and unique visiting any of these offbeat places of the world.