Monday, 29 February 2016

1. Kurnool, Seemandhara: Historical yours

History, locales and sunny climes punches in to a single phase. Who wouldn’t want that for an interesting vacation? Kurnool is home to a number of temples such as the Peta Anjanyeswami temple as the Peta Anjanyeswami temple the new Shirdi Sai Baba Temple. Other offbeat tourist attractions are the Belum caves, Birla mandir, Oravakallu Rock Garden, Rollapadu Wildlife Sanctuary and the Tomb of Abdul Wahab.

2.       Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh: Explore The Unexplored

A lesser known offbeat place in the crown of the North-East,Ziro is one of those places which boasts of agreeable climate throughout the year. Observe the beautiful green patches and rice fields, feel at home with the Apa Tani tribes and let your camera stretch its legs. All this and more. Enjoy!

3.        Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh: Monastery hopping

Situated at a height of about 3048 above sea level, Tawang is a beautiful yet offbeat hill town that houses several monasteries. It is also popular as the birth place of Dalai Lama.

4.       Majuli, Assam: Water Water everywhere!

                Famous as the “World’s largest fresh water island”, this idyllic river island on the River Brahmaputra is located 20 kilometers away from the city of Jorhat. Referred to as the cultural capital of Assam, Majuli is a beautiful and unexplored place resplendent with several festivals throughout the year. A must visit offbeat place t travel.

5.       Manas National Park, Assam: Unity in Diversity

Manas National Park is one of the UNESCO Natural World Heritage sites in Assam. It boasts of an Elephant Reserve, a Tiger Reserve and a biodiversity reserve. Neat and clean, well kept and not crowded like a Mumbai local during peak hours, this tends to a be a great choice for a peaceful holiday place.

6.        Champaner -Pavagadh, Gujarat: Wrapped in history

This is one of those UNESCO World Heritage Sites that will blow your mind away with its historical appeal. It is said that the Pavagadh hills are nothing but a chunk of the Himalayas carried over by Hanuman during Ramayana. A town with historical ruins set in the lap of the Pavagadh hills; this is a definite offbeat place to visit.

7.       Hale bid, Karnataka: “Ruined” beauty

Halebid city is famous for its ruins of Hoysala architecture.  Its is agog with a lovely bunch of temples and shrines and other delectable pieces of architecture. A city famous for its spiritual appeal, it is home to the Hoysaleswara temple, Belur, Shantaleswara temple, Kedareswara temple and a number of Jain temples.

8.       Shivanasamundram, Karnataka: “a cascade of gifts”

A town situated in the banks of river kaveri and known for its Hydel Power Projects.  Shivanasamudram is famous for its pristine waterfalls. The most popular ones are Gaganachukki and Shivanasamudra waterfalls. A great offbeat place.

9.       Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand: Mystically yours

Snow capped hills, wild flowers, walking among the clouds-is there any other formula for a better holiday? We think not! Enjoy the feel of being in one of the most relaxed and beautiful, yet unexplored tourist places of India. Valley of Flowers is a must do offbeat place.


10.   Bundi, Rajasthan: As old as time

Bundi is a town in Rajasthan best known for its old appeal. It has changed names and hands several times in the centuries that are behind us, and what remains is the beautiful essence of the past. Bundi makes for a lovely unorthodox holiday in Rajasthan, different from the likes of Ajmer, Jaipur and Jaisalmer.


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