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Five Underrated Tourist Spots In India

India is known for its enriching art, history and culture. Given the fact that this country boasts of its picturesque landscapes and beautiful tourist spots, there are quite a few unexplored places that many travellers are not aware of. These underrated tourist’s spots account for some of the most beautiful experiences and even better memories. India has no shortage of any tourist destinations, while one is highly commercialised, one is comparatively less. Amidst these confusing quagmires, it is best to have the cheap flight tickets ready and explore these unexplored and untouched destinations to get a glimpse of what India has to offer.

Lambasingi, Andhra Pradesh

Being an Indian, every person craves to see and experience snowfall, don’t they? You’ll be highly shocked when we mention that snowfall is something that is not the trait of the northern parts of India but a bit in the southern areas as well. Lambasingi, located in the Vishakhapatnam district of Andhra Pradesh is a beautiful place that experience snowfall. The temperature in the area, throughout the year, ranges from 0-10 degrees centigrade which is why it is often regarded as the “Kashmir of South India.”


Keibul Lamjao on Loktak Lake, Manipur

Keibul Lamjao is located in the Bishnupur district in Manipur and is home to the endangered species of Shanghai deer. It is not just the point of attraction but the fact that it is the only floating park which is primarily due to the decomposition of the plant materials on the surface. The locals refer to the same as “phumdis.”


Crank’s Ridge, Uttarakhand

If you are a hipster and enjoy mountains and the beauty of hills and landscapes, the Crank’s Ridge or otherwise known as the “Hippie Hills” in Uttarakhand is the place for you to visit. It is located on the way to the Kasar Devi temple. Several renowned celebrities like Allen Ginsberg, Bob Dylan and Cat Stevens have visited this place during the peak times of the Hippie movement during the sixties.


Loner Crater, Maharashtra

Much like the name suggests, it has a significant meaning to it. The Loner Crater is located in Buldana district in Maharashtra. It was formed way back, around 570, 000 years ago, owing to the impact of a meteor; hence the name. The lake is rich in high concentrations of various carbonate salts which is why it is categorised as the saline soda lake.


Haflong, Assam

Breaking the stereotypes, Assam is more than just their tea production sector. It is one of the most beautiful and history and culture filled states in the country. That being said, Haflong, located in the centre of the Dima Hasao district is known for its pleasant and cool weather, local liquor and their varieties of pork dishes. It also has some beautiful lakes which add to its beauty.


These are the five unexplored and unhindered tourist destinations in India. There are so much more to unravel because India has always got a new surprise in its store for their travellers.

Radhika Mundra

Radhika Mundra is an aspiring writer, a lifestyle blogger and an intense storyteller.

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