Top 5 Offbeat Destinations in India


India is a country where many diverse cultures reside within. You can witness ice-capped mountains to sandy beaches. From miles of salt fields to most dense jungles. What we have in India is a gift of nature that needs to be cherished.

The commercial spots take all the credit and tourists. The fancy places which are in the bucket lists of nomads. But there are some offbeat destinations which are unmatched. These places will be less crowded and be a peaceful experience.

Mawlynnong, Meghalaya

The cleanest village of Asia. I think the most important attraction of the place is the living root bridge which is constructed by natives through an ancient technique. The air so clear that you will feel refreshed and detoxed.

Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh

Ziro is a destination which is away from the hassle of famous spots. If you want a peaceful landscape with least noise, Ziro is the perfect place to be. Ziro is famous for its rice fields and pine hills.

Bhimbetka rock shelters, Madhya Pradesh

Bimbetka is one of the oldest proofs of civilization with 30,000-year-old paintings etched on the cave walls. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is closed during monsoon season.

Manas National Park, Assam

One of the first Tiger reserve projects of India, established in 1973. Manas National Park is home a diversity of wildlife which includes Tigers, Rhino, Elephants, and the endangered Pygmy Hog. The best time to visit the sanctuary is from November to April.

Mandu, Madhya Pradesh

A testament of love and Islamic architecture. Manu is a city of castles and you can visit each of the castles to learn about their uniqueness. A scenic landscape is mostly visited in the monsoon season.