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6 Offbeat Places To Escape From The Crowd

6 Offbeat Places To Escape From The Crowd

COVID-19 is still around, and revenge travel has emerged as a fad. A fad that is not to be celebrated or followed, as we see videos of tourists pouring in at India’s famous destinations. The smarter ones, of course, are keen to stay offbeat and stay safe. Of course, India, being the seventh-largest country in the world, is brimming with places that are still unexplored and untouched. These offbeat places and attractions in the country help the local economy along with taking the burden off from overly touristy spots and attractions. Not only this, such offbeat places offer people more authentic cultural experiences. So if you are somebody who is looking for lesser-explored and offbeat destinations in India, do have a look at this list.

6 Offbeat Places To Escape From The Crowd

6 Offbeat Places To Escape From The Crowd
6 Offbeat Places To Escape From The Crowd

 

  1. Urakam, Kerala

 

If Urakam doesn’t ring a bell, it’s fine because the place is not at all under tourist radar. Urakam is one of the best offbeat travel destinations in India, where one can experience entrancing culture and meet with some skilled artisans. Peruvanam Mahadeva Temple and Ammathiruvadi Temple are the two famous temples here.

 

  1. Thachi Valley, Himachal Pradesh

 

This lesser-known region in the Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh is bliss for nature seekers. The magical valley is blessed with nature and makes for a perfect offbeat place to visit in India. You can barely see any tourists in the region, just the locals immersed in an essential Himalayan lifestyle.

 

  1. Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh

 

Sanchi is another beautiful offbeat travel option in India, where Buddhism is one of the major religions. In the 3rd century, the great Indian emperor Ashoka spread Buddhism across India and built the Great Stupa of Sanchi. Sanchi is only an hour drive from Bhopal, the capital city of Madhya Pradesh.

 

  1. Longwa, Nagaland

 

Longwa in Nagaland is home to former head-hunters of the Konyak tribe. The most interesting thing about this village is that it is in both India and Myanmar. The village is ruled by Chief Angh, whose house is located in both countries.

 

  1. Khecheopalri Lake, Sikkim

 

You might not have heard of this particular lake in Sikkim and that is why it made it to the offbeat travel list. The joy of discovering lies in finding such places, where nature is supreme. Local monks consider Khecheopalri Lake extremely sacred and believe that the lake water has curative properties

 

  1. Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh

 

Another offbeat and underrated city to explore in India is Jabalpur. The city has a lot to offer to travellers, from Kanha Wildlife Sanctuary and Bandhavgarh National Park, the place is a paradise for wildlife seekers. Besides, the place is also home to one awe-inspiring waterfall at Bhedaghat.

Subhangee Guha

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