Undiscovered gems of India that you must visit . 


Undiscovered gems of India that you must visit.


Sometimes just sometimes we shall remove time from this manmade world and just wander into the wilderness and explore the beauty and variety of nature at its closest.

From hidden waterfalls to wide mountainous landscapes, India is packed with lush beauty all over. India has a variety in its environment right from Sand Deserts to Snow regions And from Dense forests to water bodies. India is blessed with everything.

So cut off from thw world and experience the beauty of India in a never seen manner.

Here are top remote areas to visit in India.

Laitmawsiang, Meghalaya.

One would definitely love to trek around the many beautiful small cave formations, the waterfalls, few orchid flowers, bamboo made bridges, the heart shaped hole naturally carved on the rock and so on.


Haflong, Assam

What more do you need than mountains, forests, and lakes? Haflong Hill is the only hill station in the state. Often referred to as White Ant Hillock, Haflong is best known for its picturesque views and rich cultural legacy. Serene and calm and at the same time rustic and wild, Haflong near Silchar is a tourists’ delight.


Badami Caves, Karnataka

This abstract rock formation contains 4 Hindu temples where you can pray. On top of that, the caves are surrounded by a picturesque lake, where you can paddle off into the distance with no care in the world.

Chatpal, Jammu & Kashmir

This is the most unexplored area in Kashmir and I really wonder why. Chatpal is a town that is so beautiful that words fall short to describe it. Breathtaking stretches of lush greenery which are dotted with yellow and white wildflowers, aroma of pine trees, a clear blue sky and a fantastic, panoramic view of the majestic mountains-that is the town of Chatpal put in words.

Athirapally, Kerala

Athirapally is the land of rivers and forests and great waterfalls!The destination houses the  largest waterfall in Kerala, the Athirapally waterfall, a major tourist attraction. This patch in Sholayar ranges so beautifully intertwined with lush green forest cover and sizzling silver cascades and located central to Cochin and River Nila(Bharathapuzha), is a treat for the eyes during the monsoon.Swollen Chalakkudy river, Charpa, Vazhachal and Athirapally are ideal places where the monsoon is to be enjoyed.

Araku Valley, Andhra Pradesh

Araku valley, an amazing hill station, one of unfathomable valley in India lures the tourists with its breathtaking landscapes and pleasant weather. Lush green forest, musical notes of waterfalls makes the journey more lively, located 115 km from Vizag, Andra Pradesh and close to Orissa borde.

Zanskar, Jammu & Kashmir

This river flows in between the deep valleys and provides a gorgeous overview from the top of the mountains. A drive along the valleys will be absolutely beautiful, especially with the windows rolled down, some chill music playing and little snacks to munch on.

Nako, Himachal Pradesh

Nothing can get better than this small lake accompanied with the mesmerizing landscape behind it. I suggest a cute little picnic up there for sure. Maybe even walk around the nearby village to experience something new.

Idukki, Kerala.

This place has won the 3rd spot on Lonely Planet’s list of must visit places in Asia and with good reason. The wild greenery will leave you in a forever zen mode for sure. If you want to experience any wildlife, you can head down to the nearby Periyar National Park.


 Little Andaman, Andaman Islands

Perfect place to spend time alone with your loved on, it could also be the perfect location to propose her for marriage.