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6th Mar, 2020

5 best offbeat and unexplored places in India you need to visit this 2020!

5 best offbeat and unexplored places in India you need to visit this 2020! 

  1. Silent Valley National Park 

Silent Valley is a beautiful representation of the last remaining rain forest of Kerala. It is also called the Seven wonders of India. Silent Valley National Park is situated in the core of the Nilgiris Biosphere Reserve. The park is rich in biodiversity. The Park is famous for its unique and diverse wildlife and bird species.  

Where: It is located in the Nilgiris Hills Within the Palakkad district of karela, South India.  

How to reach:  

The nearest railway station is the Palakkad railway station, About 80 kilometers. Tourists planning to visit the Silent Valley National Park by flight Should reach the Coimbatore to the airport He's about 55 kilometers away. Tourists need to reach Palakkad River station by car or bus.  

2. Bhimbetka, Madhya Pradesh 

Mainly known for its archaeological importance the Bhimbetka rock shelters have more in store for you. The shelter is surrounded by dense forest lines filled with rich flora and fauna. 


It is located in the Raisen District in Madhya Pradesh, about 45 km from southeast of Bhopal. 

How to Reach:   

The only nearest airport to Bhimbetka is the Raja Bhoj Airport. You can also reach by cab or bus. it’s just nearly 46km from there. 

3. Athirapally, Kerala

Surrounded by huge trees this is the largest waterfall in Kerala. The welcoming sound of the water and the sounds of various animals and birds is just a dreamy experience.  

If you are in the south of India Athirapally is a must-visit. The waterfall is at the entrance of the Shoryar range and you can have quite an escape from the busy world. 


It is located 60 km from Thrissur city, 70 km northeast of Kochi city, 55 km northeast of Cochin International Airport, and 30 km from Chalakudy town. 

How to Reach: 

It’s just 55km away from Cochin International Airport. One can also reach by car or train or metro. The best time to visit is in Monsoon July and August.  

4.Roopkund Lake, Uttarakhand 

For the people who love adventure and trek, this place is perfect to explore. Roopkund Lake in Uttarakhand is one of the most challenging and enriching treks in the region. It is also called a Skeletal lake This is a high-altitude glacial lake surrounded by glaciers and snow-covered mountains. 

Roopkund trek is unmatched beauty of alpine meadows, a close brush with mighty peaks and the skeletal lake. 


Roopkund is a high-altitude glacial lake in the Uttarakhand state of India. It lies in the lap of Trishul massif.   

How to Reach: 

You need to trek for about 23 km after the last motorable point, Wan village, to reach up to Roopkund Lake 

5. Roing, Arunachal Pradesh 

Natural heaven located between Snow peaked mountains and deep lakes. From the Mehao wildlife sanctuary to the Bhashmaknagar fort Roing has many places to explore and hills and valleys to visit. The best time to visit is between October to February. 


Located at the district headquarter of Lower Dibang Valley district in the state of Arunachal Pradesh.  

How to Reach:  

Roing can be reached easily from all major Assam and Arunachal Pradesh cities. The nearest Airport is the Dibrugarh Airport, about 144km. You can also reach by car, bus, or cab.  


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