Summer can be extremely uncomfortable, especially if you reside in those extreme zones. Most of the people rush to Manali and Shimla to beat the heat. But this summer, let's break the rule and spend our summer somewhere else, someplace off-beat. There are few unseen places in India which has suitable climate and are pocket friendly as well. Here is list of 5 places you should give a try if you have been bitten by the bug called ‘wanderlust’.
Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh Ziro is an old town in Arunachal Pradesh. This place is a home to the Apa Tani Tribe.
Ziro is perfect for vacation all year round. Tourist come here to see pine hills and rice fields.
Manas National Park, Assam This place has Elephant reserves,Tiger reserves and various other biodiversity reserves. Manas National Park is one of the UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site in Assam. Being lesser-crowded, this place is suitable for tourism this season.
Khajjar, Himachal Pradesh Often known as ‘Mini Switzerland’, this place is in Chamba district in Himachal Pradesh. Khajjar is a beautiful hill town near Dalhousie. It is best for tourism in summer season because during winter season, the roads are damaged which can be a trip spoiler. Tourists are attracted to Khajjar Lake, Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary, Khajjar trek etc.
Gokarna, Karnataka Famous for its beautiful and unspoilt beaches, Gokarna is a town in Karnataka. It is gaining huge popularity among youngsters and hippies. This beachy escape is perfect for tourism all year round except rainy season. There are various temples which makes its environment more relaxed and pleasant. Om Beach, Kudle Beach and Mahabaleshwar Temple are few places which are popular among the tourists.
Bedaghat, Madhya Pradesh Bedaghat is located in Madhya Pradesh and is better known for its Marble Rocks. This place is famous for 100ft of marble rocks on either side of Narmada River. Apart from Marble rocks, Bedaghat is also known for boating in moonlight. Other famous places in Bedaghat apart from Marble Rocks are Dhuandhar Falls, Chausath Yogini Temple, Soapstone Artefacts etc.