India is not all about Delhi and Agra alone. There are breath-taking places beyond these two well-acclaimed places which will bring treat to your eyes. Here we go with the list of places to visit in India though you might have not heard of them.
Chiplun in Maharashtra: Savatsada waterfall in Chiplun is a well known tourist attraction in this little town situated on the Mumbai Goa highway. This small town also has some calm and pleasant beaches nearby such as Hedwi and Guhaghar and when both are compared Guhaghar beach should be visited without fail as it has Anjalvel Lighthouse, the best attraction, this beach also has spectacular view. Sumptuous sea food is the specialty of this house.
Lepchajagat in West Bengal: This is the best place to view the beauty of Kanchenjunga, a mountain. Lepchajagat is a remote hamlet close to Darjeeling and is famous for tranquility, oak and pine forests and varied birdlife. Keep tasting Darjeeling tea and keep watching tirelessly the beauty of the place.
Mandvi in Gujarat: If you are in Mandvi beach then camel ride should never be missed out. The monuments of Shyamji Krishna Verma and Vijay Vilas Palace are extremely good to look at. The nature is at its best during sunsets, don’t miss out to watch sunset. It is close to Bhuj, and the beach comes as the first attraction of this port city, Mandvi. Rukmavati Bridge and Kasi Vishvanath beach should not be missed out when you are in this city.
Malana in Himachal Pradesh: It is a pretty small village located in the center of a thick mountain forest. The way to reach it may not be so easing but it is worth every penny and effort to reach this beautiful small place. The populace is hospitable and the village is extremely refreshing.
Gorumara in West Bengal: Gorumara placed in Dooars is an exotic and beautiful forest and is one of the best places to hangout in weekends along with family. The beautiful jungles houses spot rhinos, elephants and gaurs. Jeep safari, bird watching and elephant safari are few common activities there.
Rumtek in Sikkim: This tiny village is just 25 km away from Gangtok and boasts of having one of the largest Buddhist monasteries in Sikkim. Apart from the mild weather and luxuriously spread green landscape the village also has some main Buddhist institutions.
Jhanjeli in Himachal Pradesh: This not so famous town provides treks with a height range that extend to nearly 3300 meters. It can rightly be called as a heaven for nature lovers and hikers. Placed near Mandi it provides skiing, trekking, and mountaineering. The place is surrounded with a thick canopy of fir and deodar trees. The place is extremely quaint in winters. Shikari Devi shrine should be visited without fail.
So we have said you what India has to offer you apart from Delhi and Agra, so next time when you are in that great land don’t miss these Indian tourist destinations.