1 Phugtal Gompa
Located in the remote Lungnak valley in south eastern Zansam. It is a striking attraction set in the mountain cave; in Zanskar. Its built around the natural caves. As you climb up the tall mountains, you see the spectacular views of the Tsarap River. It’s also believed to have been believed by numerous scholars around 2500 years ago. It’s believed to be one of the earliest residents of the caves. (16 Arhats) There is no road which leads to this house of peace.
Chopta is a small region of evergreen forest area it’s a wildlife sanctuary located in uttrakhand. It’s a full of nature’s covers around the area. Its undoubtedly the prettiest spot of India. Enjoy the beauty of the Himalayas snow-capped mountains, and thick forest trails. The sleepy town will enchant you with its mystical meadows, towering trees, snowy backdrops and warm place.
Damro is a village situated in Mari yang Block of Upper Siang district in Arunachal Pradesh. it is the base to the longest hanging bridge (1,000 feet) in swaying suspended bridges, and laid-back lifestyle of the locals. Among the list of unexplored places in India, it is a rural slot. The sights of harvested crops, not-so-wild bison.
4 Mawlynnong, Meghalaya
‘The Cleanest Village in Asia’ by international bodies. It is famous for its cleanliness and natural attraction which makes it one of the worthy unexplored places in India. Well-maintained roads, polished streets, spotless houses, manicured front-yards and cobbled sidewalks give an impression of high-end cities. This village use organic and inorganic wastes, maintained public utilities, and scattered bamboo dustbin as a daily routine.
5 Jawai, Rajasthan
Jawai Leopard Camp is a camp near a jawed river is the newest and the coolest addition to leopard spotting destinations in India.it is located in Pali district of Rajasthan with Luxurious tents, rustic lamps and delicious Rajasthan cuisine which experience is exotic as well as adventurous and the place is abuzz with flamingos, geese, cranes, leopard and other migratory birds & animals.
6 Lepakshi, Andhra Pradesh
Lepakshi is a small town or village in the Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh. Lepakshi is culturally and archaeologically significant as it is the location of lord Shiva, Vishnu and Veerabhadra. There are various colorful fresco painted on the walls and ceilings of buildings and temples from Ramayana and Mahabharata. The best part of the place is the hanging pillar in the main Lepakshi Temple. There is nothing holding the pillar but it still standing.
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