Longwa is known for its association with the fabled Konyak tribe and has been home to the last headhunters of this warrior clan. This remote village is perched on the border of India and Myanmar and extends into both territories. Visit this place for the history and the stunning views.
This quaint hill station in Phulbani district of Odisha is one of the hidden gems of the state. This little known place is dotted with pine forests, beautiful waterfalls, valleys and plateaus. The best part, you wouldn't find noisy tourists here.
Located in the Nubra valley, this scenic village offers some beautiful walking trails amidst lush fields, mountain streams and ancient monasteries. If you are looking for a quiet place where you can connect with nature, Sumur is the place to be in.
A sleepy town in Kerala, Urakam doesn’t usually feature in tourist radars. If you want to enjoy the backwater, soak in some history and explore traditional South Indian architecture of yore, then this is the place for you.
Mechuka, Arunachal Pradesh
This scenic town is situated on the banks of the Yargyapchu River (River Siyom). Surrounded by snow-capped mountains and verdant green valleys, the place also houses a 400-year-old monastery.
Though it’s an hour and half away from Nainital, a popular tourist destination, Nathuakhan offers stunning views of the Himalayas, unspoilt natural beauty and fresh mountain air. This tiny hamlet is sparsely populated, so if you are looking for a peaceful place to unwind, stay in one of the homestays here.
Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh
Kinnaur is known for stunning sights of Zanskar and Dhauladhar range, apple and apricot orchards, picturesque valleys and rivers. Many Local rituals and customs that are observed here make for an interesting experience. Do watch out for them when you are here.