If you want to visit an unexplored destination which is far from the madding crowd, and would also help to tune in with your inner self, then there are myriad options available. These places, ranging from tranquil islands to UNESCO World Heritage Sites, not only enthrall visitors, but could also inspire them to connect with their true self. You must visit these places to celebrate World Tourism Day in its true sense.
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Here is a list of seven unexplored destinations in India:
1.Bhimbetka Rock Shelters, Madhya Pradesh
The first in the list of unexplored destinations, Bhimbetka Rock Shelters depict the artwork of prehistoric times, dating to around 30,000 years back. An archaeological treasure, Bhimbetka has around 243 rock shelters. The cave paintings found in the rock shelters have a striking resemblance to the ones discovered in Kakadu National Park in Australia, the cave paintings of Bushmen in the Kalahari Desert (Southern Africa) and Upper Palaeolithic Lascaux cave paintings in France. A walk through these ancient naturally carved rocks surrounded by dense forests of Bhimbetka will bring alive the child-like wonder in you.
2.Gandikota, Andhra Pradesh
This is a small village in Kadapa district of Andhra Pradesh. This village has a 300-feet deep gorge carved by Penna River. You must hike to reach the top of the canyon, which offers a breathtaking view. The village is also famous for the 13th century Gandikota Fort, which has 101 bastions in its citadel. A must visit place to celebrate World Tourism Day.
Located in Pali district of Rajasthan, this is among the best unexplored destinations in India. Jawai is also called the ‘Leopard Hills of India’ as you can spot a leopard here during daytime. The place also offers luxury tent service, where you can relax with all modern amenities after a day in the wilderness. Apart from leopards, you can see several migratory birds and wild animals in the area.
If you want to experience a sense of history, then a visit to this heritage town in Gujarat on World Tourism Day is a must. Patan was an ancient city, which remained the capital of Gujarat for more than 650 years during ancient Indian historical period. The city is replete with forts, temples and lakes. Patan also has UNESCO World Heritage Site, Rani Ki Vav, an 11th century step-well with intricate paintings and over 500 sculptures.
5.Bakkhali, West Bengal
The fifth on our list of unexplored destinations, Bakkhali is a quaint seaside hamlet on the coast of Bay of Bengal. This place offers a stunning view of sunrise and sunset. You can relax near the pristine coast, and tune in to your inner self. You will also find a crocodile breeding centre and Frasergunj Wind Park at a short distance from the coast.
This picturesque hamlet, located at an altitude of 2,590 meters above sea-level, is among the best unexplored destinations to visit on World Tourism Day. The place is resplendent with sun-kissed mountains and lush green coniferous trees. From wildlife spotting to trekking, and from camping to crossing an 80-foot-deep-valley, there are a host of activities that you can indulge in.
Among the largest river islands in the world, Majuli is among the top unexplored destinations in India. The lush green island is dotted with diverse flora and fauna, providing a spectacular view of nature. A boat tour on the Brahmaputra River here is an unforgettable experience.
Conclusion: From picturesque valleys to lush green islands, and from ancient heritage sites to wildlife spotting, you have a wide choice when it comes to visiting an unexplored destination on World Tourism day.
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