Adventure in India
India is filled with lots of awe-inspiring places to enthrall and encourage visitors. And, given the huge expanse and sheer diversity of this South Asian country, there are lots of unexplored places. At a point when the ongoing pandemic will be over, the ideal way to revive you is to go for a holiday to discover unexplored India. Travel with your family or friends and explore untouched places, which are truly exciting and beyond anyone’s imagination. Here I am sharing my list of unexplored places.
Athirapally is the largest waterfall in Kerala and is located 78 km from Kochi. The waterfall is at the height of 80 ft. located in the forest area and presents onlookers with a sight to behold. The picturesque Vazhachal Waterfall is close, only at a distance of 5 km, and is a part of the Chalakudy River. All of these together make a scene straight out of a movie. In fact, the song “Barso re Megha” from the film Guru (2007) was shot here, giving you all the more reason to visit this lesser-known place. This is a must-visit place in Kochi if you are looking for a peaceful escape for your tired soul. This place is for sure a movie adventure spot.
Roopkund Lake, Uttarakhand
If you are looking for some real mystery adventure, then Roopkund Lake is one of the best spots. Roopkund Lake commonly known as the Mystery Lake is in Uttarakhand. As the name suggests, it is a calm sight for sore eyes. Roopkund trekking, elevated on the laps of Mount Trishul, at an estimated height of 16,499 ft. Thousands of human skeletons discovered lying at the bottom of the lake, makes a distinct natural spectacle when the snow melts.
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Gurez Valley, Kashmir
Gleaming landscapes, musical sound of the river, and the continuous flowing cool breeze are some of the exhilarating features of Gurez Valley. More than a adventure valley, this is calm and a peaceful valley This beautiful location is situated near the Line of Control, which makes this place one of the safest lands in India. You can experience continuous patrolling and vigilance by the Indian Army, which can make your trip more exciting. If you love valleys and nature then this must be in your list of places to visit in India.
Halebidu is a town with a beautiful group of shrines, temples, and other ruined buildings. This city is known for its religious appeal. This place is a home of many temples like Jain Temple, Hoysaleswara Temples, and Kedareswara Temples. One should visit this place during Mahashivratri and Diwali to experience the enchanted Halebid.
Damro, Arunachal Pradesh
Damro is the home of the highest hanging bridge in Arunachal Pradesh. Going through this hanging bridge is a real adventure. A route to paradise, this place is bauble with bamboo houses, hanging bridges, and beautiful greenery. You can enjoy the view of harvested crops, an enormous area of paddocks, and pampas.
Chembra Lake, Western Ghats
In Wayanad range, there is a lake which is believed to be never dry out. Neither the high temperature nor the drought has been able to desiccate a bit of Chembra Lake. Another catchiest thing about this lake is its heart shape. Yes, you read it right, it is the only natural lake in India in the shape of a heart. This adventure trek is really worth it.
So, as is obvious from the account above, India is a land jam-packed with amazing adventure wonders. This land never fails to strike you with amazement and leave you to stun. Mysteries, miracles, picturesque lands that appear to be straight out of a fairy tale, you name it, India possesses it all. Make sure that you should visit at least some of these unexplored and captivating places. You are surely going to have unparalleled experiences worth cherishing for years to come.
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