The Most Exotic Places to See in India

We all have a hidden itinerant inside us, and there is nobody in the world who does not like travelling. India is a huge land consists of various rivers, breath-taking mountains, ancient temples, deserts, spectacular rainforests, beaches, and more. Most travellers already have a bucket list full of destinations to explore; however, if you haven’t decided on your next destination. Here are the most exotic places to see in India.

Majuli Assam

[caption id="attachment_16433" align="alignnone" width="300"] Image credits: sentilelassam.com[/caption] Majuli is a pristine & pollution-free river island in Assam, well-known for its freshwater and lush greenery. It is surrounded by the Brahmaputra River and is located at a distance of 20kms from the Jorhat city, Assam. It is the world’s largest river island covering a total of 1250km square area. This is the best place to experience pleasant weather, beautiful views, and ethnic diversity.

The Great Rann of Kutch

[caption id="attachment_16435" align="alignnone" width="300"] Image credits: gujarattourism.com[/caption] The Great Rann of Kutch is located in the district of Kutch in Gujarat and is considered to be one of the world’s largest salt deserts. This place is famous for various reasons, including producing realistic mirages, stupendous sunsets, and beautiful landscapes. Although you can visit this place whenever you want, the duration from October to March is considered the best time to explore it.

Butterfly Beach Goa

[caption id="attachment_16437" align="alignnone" width="300"] Image credits: curelytales.com[/caption] Butterfly Beach is considered one of the best honeymoon destinations surrounded by trees. The shape of the beach resembles a butterfly, and you can see flying a large number of wild butterflies around. This is one of the most peaceful and exotic places in India to spend quality time with loved ones and make indelible memories. Please visit here between November and March to get a spellbound travelling experience.

Pangong Lake, Ladakh

[caption id="attachment_16439" align="alignnone" width="300"] Image credits: ladakh.nic.in[/caption] Located at the height of 4350 meters in the Himalayas, Pangong Lake is famous for its ability to change colours throughout the day. The lake is high in saline content, but due to the altitude, it still freezes up in the winter. The scenery here is not less than a paradise.

Gurudongmar Lake, Sikkim

[caption id="attachment_16441" align="alignnone" width="300"] Image credits: northbengaltourism.com[/caption] Gurudongmar Lake is situated at the height of 17,100 feet from sea level. It is a sacred lake that holds religious significance. You may see many people taking water from here. Nevertheless, the scenery of this place is so astonishing and mesmerizing that you won’t forget it throughout your life.

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