Explore The Unexplored Quaint Regions Of India Which Have Lot Of Nature To Provide

There are Travelers and there are Vacationers, while vacationers are looking for a leisure filled relaxing time away from the buzz that goes around the city the Travelers are the one’s you are in wish to explore and extradite new and unknown, buzz into cultures and nature. The travel community is rising with rapid speed in throughout the world and so in India, there places that have become so renowned are being visited over and over by every travel enthusiastic. Mcleodganj, Ladakh, hills of Himachal Pradesh being some of them.

But, lets explore a little more and make more quaint and serene locations renown for people to visit. These are some small regions which hold special characteristics of their own which are worth having a visit.

1. West Kameng District, Arunachal Pradesh:-

To the far East end of the country falls the state of Arunachal Pradesh which is one of the few states that is graced by the earliest rays of the sun in the country. West Kameng District, the name comes from the Kameng river, a tributary of the Brahmaputra that flows through the district. The region is all delved in the nature’s best form with the river flowing along and mountains and hill tops covering every part of the region. The hill towns like Bomdilla and Bhalukpong provide the scenic hilly region feels. Enjoy the Hot spring at Dirang and Tippi Orchid Center. it’s that corner of the country that make you witness nature like never before.

Best Time To Visit: March to Mid June & Spetember to Mid December.

2. Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh:-

The Tawang district is the smallest of the sixteen administrative districts of Arunachal Pradesh. The region may be the eight least populous region and the smallest in the state but one of it’s trademark is that it bears the largest Monastery of the country. The district in the farthest corner of the country and thus is a traveler’s secret which can only be reached by passing through the Sela Pass which remains snow covered almost the entire year. Spend time by the beautiful Madhuri Lake that remains as a hidden paradise for photographers and refresh your souls at Nuranang Waterfalls.

Best Time To Visit: March & October.

3. Betla National Park, Jharkhand:-

Initially comprising the 1,026 km2 of the Palamau Tiger Reserve, an additional 226 km2 was added to the park in 1989 and 63 km2 of the Mahuadar wolf sanctuary.Betla was one of the first national parks in India to become a tiger reserve under Project Tiger. The forest that extends from Kechki to Naterhat is a treasure trove for explorers with 970 species of plants and hundreds of wild animal including tigers, leopards, bisons, chitalors and wild boars.

Best Time To Visit: October To April.

4. Aizawl, Mizoram:-

Durtlang Hills in the northern end of the city of Aizawl give a scenic embrace to this beautiful destination. Bara Bazar is the main shopping centre of Aizawl in Dawrpui Veng locality. The main bazar is where the people are best seen in their traditional costumes selling produce from the farms as well as beautiful bamboo handicrafts and handlooms. A short hike to the top of Durtlang hills will give you a bird eye view of this beautiful city.

Best Time To Visit: October To March.

5. Tuophema Tourist Village, Nagaland:-

41 kms from Kohima City, Touphema gives you a chance to experience authentic Angami culture and lifestyle. This is a community run enterprise that can be your ticket to explore a new culture and social system with the help of the locals. From the traditional rice beer to bamboo baked dishes enjoy the best of Naga cuisines while you’re at Touphema.

Best time to visit: October to May and during Angami Sekrenyi an annual festival celebrated in the month of February.

6. Unakoti, Tripura:-

Unakoti hill, literally meaning, one less a koti in Bengali, hosts an ancient Shaivite place of worship with huge rock reliefs celebrating Shiva. It is Shaiva pilgrimage and almost one crore rock craved figures dates back to 7th – 9th centuries if not earlier. The marvelous rock carvings, murals with their primitive beauty, waterfalls are not to be missed.

Best Time To Visit: October To May.

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