India is well known for its vast range of beauty like snow cladded peaks, hot deserts, evergreen forests, plains etc. As the country is so enormous there are end number of places about which many people aren’t aware of. There are millions of tourists visiting our land, and each and every year the number of tourists keep on increasing. We give you the Top 5 places blessed with cenic beauty but are often missed on
1. Gangtok, Sikkim
Gangtok is the capital of one of the smallest states in the county, yet has abundant natural and scenic beauty. It is the home of India’s hugest mountain range Kangchenjunga ie. 8,586 meters. Nathaula Pass which is a border between India-China and Indo-Tibet border, Gurudongmar lake and Zero Point are main attractions of the state both at a height of more than 14,000 feet.
2. Majuli Islands, Assam
Known as the cultural capital of the Assamese civilization for past 500 years in Assam. It is world’s largest river island and no doubt is famous for its marvelous beaches. It is mainly for the tourists who prefer adventure over luxury.
3. Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh
Also known as the crown of Northeast it is one of the most offbeat and unexplored places in the county. It is mainly famous for its green patches and fields and for an agreeable climate. Weather there is pleasant throughout the year so it is an evergreen place to visit.
4. Mawsynram, Meghalaya
It is the wettest place in India owing to which it is green for most of the time in a year. The climate there is also very cool. The main tourist attraction here is the formation of stalagmites which seems very similar to a Shivling. Best time to visit is during September to November but if you wish to enjoy the rainy season there you can. Always carry good monsoon gear irrespective of the season.
5. Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh
History, locales and sunny climes punched into a single place. Kurnool is home to a number of temples such as the Peta Anjanyeswami temple, the Venugopalaswami 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.When to visit: November- February, as the summers tend to get very hot and the monsoons are quite wet. The cooler months are a better time to lose yourself in this pretty little unexplored place in Seemandhra.