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10 sites in India that have the potential to be global tourist hot-spots

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10 Potential Global Tourist Hotspots in India

India is a land of much vibrancy, of cultures that have taken shape over time, of timelines that extends for a long, long period. It is the world’s seventh-largest country; the world’s second-largest country by population. There are so many tourist attractions here, well laid-out temples, spiritual places, glazed mountains and washed shores — you can never quite have enough of India, which is a pioneer in world tourism.

Let us look at 10 of the places that can be great tourist hotspots in India — places that you can visit with an effective personal loan on Finserv MARKETS.

1. Champhai, Mizoram

This place overlooks the blue hills at the border of Myanmar and constitutes of several monoliths and rich history that the Mizo tribes share. The grassland and the forests here leave a lot for the senses and camera, and the food here will take you for a ride. Make sure that you eat at a local cafe for a taste of the place, and not just restaurants to make the most out of this tourist destination.

2. Majuli, Assam

Majuli, by the mighty river Brahmaputra, is one of the largest freshwater river islands in India. The soil erosion is constant, so it is highly likely that the whole island may submerge in the next two decades. You can boat around Majuli and enjoy the scenic sunrises and sunsets. It is best visited in the months of winter.

3. Valparai, Tamil Nadu

One of the lesser-known places in south India, much lesser in world tourism, is Valparai. This hill station is located 3,500 feet above the sea. It’s lush green weaved into clear skies and shares its boundaries with the Anamalai Tiger Reserve, Parambikulam Tiger Reserve, Eravikulam National Park, and Vazhachal forest division, which means that you will meet with immense greenery, no matter whichever direction you walk into.

4. Bangaram Islands, Lakshadweep

These islands are surrounded by a coral reef and are a paradise for sea diverse. A shallow lagoon surrounds it, so there’s much scope for fishing if you are someone who likes to cast a line. One of the ideal things to do at this place is to lie down and relax at the beach, soaking in the sun, tasting the winds.

5. Bodh Gaya, Bihar

Bodh Gaya is one of such places that you must visit if you wish to realign your association with the path of spirituality — to say but the least. It is quite a popular tourist destination in the world tourism scene as well. Located in a small town in Bihar, this place is well connected by rail, buses, and private transports. It’s cheap, and the food is delicious. If you want to delve into the rich history of Buddhism and meditation, then this is just the place for you.

6. Chaukori, Uttarakhand

Chaukori is a tiny hamlet which shares its boundaries with Tibet. It lies in the mountains and offers scenic views of the Himalayan range. Waking up to such gigantic rocks at above 2000 metres, cutting the fresh air in neat halves, makes you keep wanting more. It is undoubtedly one of the most untouched places in the region.

7. Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh

On the mountains again! This place is one of such hill stations that will take your breath away. It lies folded in the hills, spread out into high meadows where you can go for a horse ride on a sunny morning. It also has several trekking trails, so your days here can be quite eventful.

8. Ziro Valley, Arunachal Pradesh

The skyline of Ziro Valley looks out of mythical books, cast under puffy clouds, spinning tales that read too fantastic to be true. The perfect time to visit this place is during the Ziro Music Festival when it becomes a tourist destination where you will be meeting a lot of interesting people at the events.

9. Lepchaghat, West Bengal

This is one of such places in Bengal which is quite untouched — not many people know about it. It is 19 kilometres from Darjeeling by road. Visit this place to see exotic birds singing love songs and dancing around. It has enchanting views that spread out across the lush greenery of woods covered in mist.

10. Wayanad, Kerala

Wayanad is quickly gaining popularity as a tourist attraction. It is home to the green forests, snakes, and cats. You can reach a forest by walking for five minutes in any direction. Enjoy some great black tea after a long day of trekking on one of the mist-covered cliffs. Wayanad is easily accessible by bus and trains from Bangalore.

Conclusion

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