5 Less Explored Tourist Places in India

Tripoto
6th Nov 2014

Malana

Photo of 5 Less Explored Tourist Places in India by Nancy Nance

Wayanad

Photo of 5 Less Explored Tourist Places in India by Nancy Nance

Majuli

Photo of 5 Less Explored Tourist Places in India by Nancy Nance

Lepakshi

Photo of 5 Less Explored Tourist Places in India by Nancy Nance

Malvan

Photo of 5 Less Explored Tourist Places in India by Nancy Nance

India is a land of many prepossessing places that have not been explored. If you are bored of going to the same tourist destinations in every vacation or if you want to stay away from tourist destinations which usually stay crowded with tourists, then check out the list of these 5 places which you will love to explore. 

Image Sources- Malana | Wayanad | Majuli | Lepakshi | Malvan

It is an ancient village to the north-east of Kullu Valley. It is considered to be one of the first democracies in the world and the residents are the descendant of Aryans. People are pretty strict when it comes to following their customs. The place is unaffected by the modern civilization and has its own social structure.
Photo of Malana, Himachal Pradesh, India by Nancy Nance
It is a district in the north-east of Kerala. It's a green paradise nestled among the lofty mountains of Western Ghats. Also, there are many places to visit in Wayanad like chembara falls, eddakal caves.
Photo of Wayanad, Kerala, India by Nancy Nance
One of the awe-inspiring undiscovered places of India. Majuli is nestled in the middle of Brahmaputra river and it is a bio-diversity hotspot and has rich ecology with rare breeds of flora and fauna.
Photo of Majuli, Jorhat, Assam, India by Nancy Nance
It is a small town in Andhara Pradesh. It is historically and archaeological significant with three shrines dedicated to lord Shiva, Vishnu and Veerabhadra. This place is famous for its hanging pillar which doesn't rest on the ground completely.
Photo of Lepakshi, Andhra Pradesh, India by Nancy Nance
Malvan is a town in Sindhudurg District, Maharashtra. Malvan is famous for its beautiful beaches, historic forts and adventure avenues. The place is perfect for water sports like scuba diving. The most famous beach is Tarkarli beach.
Photo of Malvan, Maharashtra, India by Nancy Nance
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