Have you ever heard about these Indian places!

Getting bore of traveling the same place on your holiday? Doing the same things at your vacation will make you bore and tired?

Here is a list of some exotic places for fun:

  1. Great Wall of India


The Kumbhalgarh Fort is a huge fort in the state of Rajasthan. It was the birthplace of Maharana Pratap. The fort is spread in 38 kilometers, making it the second biggest wall in the world after the Great Wall of China.

The wall shows the pure brightness, devotion and skill of the people who has built the wall. On exploring the fort, you will come across the bravery of the Rajputs who continuously fought for their motherland and succeeded in building the masterpiece.

Best time to visit: November to February

  1. Ukhrul – Stronghold of the Nagas

It is the highest hill station in Manipur and located on just 83 km away from Imphal. The landscape contains outstanding hills and beautiful scenic views. The place is famous for their melodious songs, traditional dresses and a beautiful land. Far away from the busy cities, this small peaceful city is best for a peaceful vacation.

Best time to visit: April June

  1. Thenmala – The Honey Hill


Thenmala is a popular tourist destination in Kerala. It is located on a short drive away from Thiruvananthapuram and it is the first eco-tourism plan in the country. Its astonishing natural beauty is so surprising and it is shot in many Malayalam and Tamil films. Visiting its small village at the foothills of the Western Ghats will be a perfect refreshing break.

Best time to visit: November to February

  1. Chaukhutia – The Four Way Point

Chaukhutia is a small town in Uttarakhand. As good-looking as the city is, its past is all about interesting story. It was the main place of the Katyuri Kings in their area. A fabulous sight of the valley of Dwarahat joint with the outstanding climate makes Chaukhutia best for travel around the year.

Best time to visit: March to June.

  1. Barren Island


The Barren Island is perhaps the only active volcano in South Asia and an island in the Andaman. The island is empty. The surrounding water is the world’s best place for scuba diving as of its clear appearance, basalt shapes and scenery of lava runs. It is really a paradise!

Best time to visit: February to May.

  1. Deep Caving in Meghalaya

It is fairly unlucky that a number of people are not familiar about the limitless caving possibilities in Meghalaya. With a length of 25 km, Krem Liat Prah in Jaintia Hills is the longest cave in India and a number of caves are being linked to it. Khasi and Garo Hills also have a range of caving options. The caves in Meghalaya have beautiful creations in different forms and colors that add to the excitement of discovery.

Best time to visit: December to March

Holiday packages in India is the perfect way to discover these hidden charms of India and you will be delighted with the fact that these attractions carries.



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