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The Most Underrated Travel Destinations in India


India has no scarcity when it comes about beautiful travel destinations. India has some of the most beautiful and stunning places in the world. There are places which are more popular and commercialized than the others, but that doesn’t mean that the underrated destinations have something less to offer. You just need to know about these unexplored places in India. We at easytraveldeal.com assure that this places will surely takes your breath away for a moment.

Ziro Valley, Arunachal Pradesh

Ziro, a small village in Arunachal Pradesh is been hosting the Ziro Festival of Music in the month of September since last many years. Being one of the prettiest landscapes in India, it is named a World Heritage Site for its stunning & breathtaking beauty. A layered landscape of rice fields, gurgling rivers and picture-postcard villages is no less than a mythical Kingdom.

Champhai, Mizoram

With beautiful orchids, butterflies and traditions Champhai boast the beautiful view of Myanmar Hills. Popularly known as the “Rice Bowl of Mizoram”, Champhai is full of ancient monuments and Monoliths that illustrate the valiant history of the Mizo tribes.

Dholavira, Gujarat

Dholavira, located in the Kutch district of Gujarat is one of the five largest Harappan sites in India. It gives you the glimpse into an ancient culture that existed in the pre historic days. The surrounding vast salt marsh of the Rann of Kutch adds on in the surreal beauty of the place.

Kaas Plateau, Satara, Maharashtra

Lying on the Sahyadri Range of the Western Ghats, Kaas Plateau aka Kaas Pathar is declared as a bio-diversity site by UNESCO in June 2012. A half an hour drive from Satara in August or September will land you to the 1000 hectare plateau layered with wild flowers giving you the feeling of a scenic HD wallpaper.

Majuli Islands, Assam

Beached in the mighty Brahmaputra, Majuli is one of the largest freshwater river island in Asia. Majuli being the cultural centre of Ahom Kingdom, Dance, theatre and mask-making are the parts of everyday life. Garamur is one of the key attractions here.

Lepchajagat, West Bengal

Lepchajagat is a small village and a reserved forest area merely 9km away from Darjeeling. Enchanting and mystical view of Kanchenjunga, lush green woods and misty vicinity of the hill station makes it a perfect destination for the couples.