India is known for it’s multidimensional culture and heritage, energetically vivid nature and perpetually delightful architecture. However, the country holds a lot more than this. The unique spots in India hold a plethora of hideaways and social assorted qualities to make you need to leave everything and to lose all sense of direction in the wild right then. So instead of going the mainstream way, why not checkout the offbeat avenues? You are in for tons of bewilderment!
Here’s a tad gathering of odd spots that are must visit spots for any individual who wishes to see the best of India. There definitely is a reason why they call it Incredible India!
1. Murud, Maharashtra
The Murud-Janjira Fort nestles on a stone off the Arabian Sea coast, and is accessible only by a sailboat. Initially the fortification had 21 bastions, which still remain, alongside numerous guns of local and European make. There is a freshwater lake inside of the defenses of Murud-Janjira. This site makes for a muse for shutterbugs and those who are seeking something offbeat. If you took a Chandigarh to Mumbai flight, then take a taxi from the airport to Murud Janjira, which shouldn’t take more than three hours to reach this spot.
2. Laitlum Canyons, Meghalaya
Among the outlandish spots in India that have not been encroached upon, the Laitlum Canyons in the edges of Meghalaya make for a dazzling sight. Get hypnotized by the tremendous field of tall flush green grass influencing to the nippy breeze and feel the surge of blood through your veins as you look downward on front lines of the mountains, subsequently making them show up as gulches.
3. Bhedaghat, Jabalpur
Ascending to an amazing hundred feet on either side of the Narmada waterway, the rich Marble Rocks of the Bhedaghat open up the tranquil and stunning perspective of the peaceful and lavish green nature surrounding it. These colossal rocks actually cut with pitch dark and lavish green volcanic creases, and are a genuinely magnificent sight amid the moonlit evenings, enhanced by cool winds and inconspicuous tranquility.
4. Tuophema, Nagaland
With customary Angami Naga-styled quaint huts, the Tuophema Tourist Village will give you a look at the Naga way of life. The town is looked after by a few groups and they likewise organize town tours and direct treks. Above all, the group kitchen will serve you conventional food, along with rice lager, which if missed, will be regretted later.
5. Nohkalikai Falls, Cherrapunjee
To witness what is said to be the tallest waterfall dive of India, head for the Nohkalikai Falls that fall from an altitude of 1115 feet. Situated close to Cherrapunji, a three hour-drive from Shillong and a fee of Rs. 10 will take you here. The falls, flanked by greenery, make for a breathtaking sight. You can also enjoy spa ayurveda tour in India and feel relax.
6. Shettihalli, Karnataka
Known as the “Drowning Church”, when you arrive at Shettihalli you should visit this quaint, rustic church which is famous for its submerged vestiges. Just the main frame of the congregation and its towers remain, rest everything else has been ruined. One should visit the church when the Hemavathi river swells up, washing the congregation submerged.