Have you heard about these Off-beat Travel Destinations in India?

India: Lets Travel to some Unheard Destinations

When you hear the word Diversity, the country which comes to everyone’s mind is India. India is a perfect place for travel freaks. India is the only country where you can enjoy the rain, experience the snowfall, and also travel under the scorching sun in the middle of a desert. There is no shortage of travel destinations in India. Everyone talks only about the popular places and keeps revisiting them. So let’s explore some unheard Destinations.

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McLeod Ganj

It’s a small district of Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh. It is known as “Little Lhasa” and it also attracts a lot of tourists and pilgrims to the town. Here, you get to see the real lifestyle of Tibetan Buddhists and monks closely. The reason why this place is also called “Little Lhasa” is because the people have built this place in the image of their previous abode.


Also called Scotland of India, Coorg is located in Karnataka. You can enjoy the scenic beauty of this misty land of hills and streams. Located along the Western Ghats, this is one of mind-blowing hill stations with a lot of activities to do like trekking and swimming in the water falls. Coorg is the perfect destination to escape for the weekend.

Phugtal Gompa

It’s a Buddhist Monastery located in the Himalayan region of Ladakh. The only Buddhist monastery which you can reach only by foot, the monastery is built  on the natural cave called gompa which was the shelter for monks for almost 2500 years. For all the trekking enthusiasts, this place is a travel delight.


Mawlynnong is a village in the East Khasi Hills district of the Meghalaya state in North East India. It’s the cleanest village in Asia. There are living root bridges. It is declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The bridges connect the aerial roots of one giant rubber tree and make a bridge hanging above the river. These bridges take years to self construct. It can accommodate fifty to seventy people at a time. It can even last for 500 years.


Ziro is located in the mountain-scape of Arunachal Pradesh. It’s a wonderful holiday paradise for all the nature enthusiasts. Terraced rice fields, lush bamboo forests and picturesque trails lined with tall blue & green pines, makes it one of the most photogenic valleys across India. “ Ziro Music festival” which started in 2012 made this place even better for all the music and travel lovers.

Drushti is a clueless Engineering student who spends more time with novels than on her laptop. Currently pursuing her final year of graduation, she loves to write, make conversation and is always ready to learn something new.