‘Not all who wander are lost.’ The quest to find new, unexplored and untouched places is what a traveller lives for. The never fading desire to accomplish the extremely thrilling adventures, driving off the trail-less paths and connecting with the spirit of nature is what makes a man a traveller.
If you want to find peace and rest in a lonely blissful paradise, we have listed five absolutely untouched and unexplored villages of India that will captivate you heart and help you find the purpose of your existence. So, indulge in the article to find out more:
Surrounded by splendid temples, designed with exemplary medieval age architecture, Patan is a city in Gujarat, that has recently been enlisted under UNESCO world heritage sites. Patan is also famous for being the capital city of Gujarat during the medieval ages and is now, very well known for Rani ka vav., Sahatralinga talav and temples like Mahavir swami Derasar.
The best time to visit here is between October to March. This is the time when most of the passionate travellers come here to witness the remarkably resplendent culture that has been preserved for years, here in Patan.
Situated in the Dhanbad district of Jharkhand, Maithon is another obscure destination for traveller and explorers. Home to a 500 years old temple, The Kalyaneswari temple, the massive Maithon Dam and Panchet Dam, this place offers an all new travel experience to one and all in many different ways.
If you happen to be in Maithon, don't forget to eat at the very famous ‘Mirchi corner’ which is a famous fast-food joint here in Maithon. Spend time in Maithon and row a boat across this rustic town offering you the most offbeat vibe.
Chitkul, Himanchal Pradesh
Stepping straight out of a movie, this is an incredibly breath-taking place to visit. Located in the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh, this is the last village of the Indian border. Chitkul is a paradise for the seekers of peace and spirituality. And since, this village does not see a large number of visitors, there are a lot of things for you to do here with your group of friends. This village is surrounded by lush greenery and enthralling views with the sound of serene river Baspa adding to the serenity of this place.
Play with the snow, hike or just grow your connections by catching up with fellow travellers and natives. And enjoy your times in Chitkul.
Earlier known as Yagashalakody and Shalakody, this town located in the Thrissur district of Kerala. Replete with legends and mythical stories, Chalakudy is a true heaven for the patrons of travel. The ancient architecture, the enchanting river Chalakudy, majestic waterfalls and temples are all, the life of this beautiful town located in the south. Visit Chalakudy with family/friends and unwind yourself in the beautiful surroundings.
Bayali is a small settlement near a village called Tallabhadans. This beautiful village is totally untouched and boasts one of the best views of the Dehradun, Rishikesh and Haridwar's valleys. It is an extremely enthralling experience to be around here. The village borders the dense Rajaji Forests and you can easily spot wild animals roaming around here during the night. The place is breath-taking and supernaturally resplendent and if you ever happen to be near Rishikesh/Dehradun, do not miss out on this adventurous destination.
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