There is no doubt in the fact that India is the land of various cultures, traditions, and languages. It has the world’s richest diversity. There are innumerable places in India to visit. Here are some of the most surreal places in India that are yet unexplored by many:
Pangong Lake, Ladakh
It wouldn’t be wrong to describe Pangong Lake as ‘Heaven on Earth’ for its photogenic and ideal location for photographers and campers. Another astonishing fact about the lake is that the color of the lake appears different with different time of the day. It’s doesn’t remains blue throughout the year rather it changes colours from azure to light blue to green and grey too. It takes a couple of hours to reach the place but its breath-taking beauty is truly worth it.
Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh
One of the most unexplored and surreal places in India, the Spiti Valley is located in the eastern part of Himachal Pradesh. The place is known for its natural beauty. Key Monastery is one of the oldest and most famous monasteries in the valley. Above all, the calm and quiet atmosphere of the monastery makes its place that everyone must visit. The scenic valley, river, snow-capped mountains and glacier surrounding the monastery look like a beautiful painting when you see it for the first time.
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Alleppey Backwaters, Kerala
Kerala is truly a mystical place that every tourist loves to visit. The long stretch of backwaters is one of the reasons for attracting global tourists to this part of the country. As a matter of fact, the place is also called ‘The Venice of East’. There are many scenic routes to cruise through the backwaters. Moreover, Alleppey provides more than 120 houseboats and a cruise through the backwaters will surely give you an unforgettable experience.
Jal Mahal in Jaipur
The Jal Mahal is an exquisite palace built in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake. The palace stands bright with five floors, four of which remain under water. This low-rise symmetrical palace, that once was a shooting lodge for the Maharajah, appears to float in the center of Sagar Lake. The pink city has many breathtakingly beautiful monuments, but Jal Mahal is one of the most astonishing among them. It is somewhat similar to Trakai Castle in Lithuania.
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Coorg is an astonishing land in the heart of the southern Indian peninsula. It is called the Scotland of India. It is the largest producer of Coffee in India. Misty hills, lush forest, tea and coffee plantation, orange groves, undulating streets, and breathtakingly beautiful views have made Coorg an unforgettable holiday destination. It’s the perfect place to get lost in nature’s marvellous beauty.