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If you are keen to take a detour and skip popular tourist spots, this is for you. Here, we bring to you the list of most offbeat, yet scenic travel destinations in India that will let you experience the joy of winters.
Gokarna is a relatively offbeat place that you can consider visiting if you want to avoid the crowds. It is famed for pristine beaches and picturesque landscapes. Also, this destination is primarily a temple town, which means you get to spend time in a serene ambience and relaxed atmosphere.
Almost every traveller who has been to this place will swear by its picture-perfect landscape and breathtaking views. Yet, most part of this region still remains less explored. One of the reasons for this might be because Indian travellers also require a special Inner Line Permit to visit this spot. But mark our words, it’s worth all the effort. If you are keen to take a detour and give the hill stations of Himachal Pradesh a miss, look no farther than Tawang.
If you are keen to have an immersive travel experience, Kalimpong is an ideal pick. There are a number of places that will let you escape the crowds, and it is dotted with luxury stays to ensure that you enjoy a comfortable stay amid nature. Since Kalimpong is just around 50 km away via road from its popular neighbour Darjeeling, it also makes for a great weekend getaway.
This destination is a fine combination of pretty and offbeat, and will surprise you in many ways. If you are a nature lover, your vacation will definitely be a memorable one as this sleepy town will hypnotise you with its mystical meadows. Nestled in the lap of Himalayas, and sitting at an elevation of 8790 ft above sea level, it’s one of those places where one can enjoy the spectacular beauty of the Himalayas.
It’s not only a small town in Gujarat, but is also one of the most unique offbeat destinations that you should definitely visit this winter. A treasure trove for well-preserved architectural gems and ancient temples, Patan is a beauty waiting to be explored. Then, there are Dargah and Jain temples that are also worth exploring.
Although this destination does not witness a lot of visitors, Dhanushkodi in Tamil Nadu deserves all your attention, and you will not regret visiting it. The serene ambience surrounding it is something that you will rarely find anywhere else. When you plan to visit this place, make sure you hit the roads, as that is the best way to witness the beauty of this beautiful offbeat destination.
It’s undoubtedly one of the best places to visit in Himachal Pradesh to witness beauty at its best during winters. After you are done taking in the alluring beauty of this place, if that is even possible, try to spend some of your free time exploring the old Himachali tradition and culture in the form of delectable cuisines, beautiful architecture, and ancient temples. Driving here in winters here is tricky, as frequent snowfall makes it trickier to drive.
This is a paradise of a place in Rajasthan, and is known as the spot that has never been conquered. This less-explored destination near Kota will surprise you with its well-preserved historical sites. Here, you can witness more than 50 baoris (step wells), cave paintings, numerous havelis, and has something to offer to every kind of traveller.
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