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5 Offbeat Tourist Destinations in India

India is a country which has been termed as a sub continent due to its numerous qualities, which includes both, geographical and cultural qualities, that is why it is known as a potential tourist destination all over the world. There are so many tourist spots in India where tourists used to go every year but still there are some less known and unknown tourist spots where tourists either travel in less numbers or don’t travel, while there are some tourist spots which are still need to be recognized as tourist spots.
Let us talk about the qualities of India which turn it into the most potential tourist spot of the world. First of all we take the geographical quality, geographically India is surrounded by water from three sides, and there are so many rivers and lakes in India which divides in into different geographical locations. In India we can easily find mountains, lush green lands, vast desert lands, coastal areas and many more that is why it has too much diversity in India geographically. There are 22 official languages in India and too many sub languages which divide people of India culturally, every state has its own culture, and this proved that India has diversity in its culture also.
Despite these diversities India has proved itself as a nation; in India we can say it is “unity in diversity”. Now let us talk about some offbeat tourist spots in India.
Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh: Khajjiar is a hill station in Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh. This is a unique place to watch out for because you can explore the lush green forests and mesmerizing lakes in Khajjiar, which makes it the Switzerland of India.
Drass, Jammu and Kashmir: Drass is a beautiful and frosty place situated at Kargil district of Jammu and Kashmir. This place is the second coldest colonized place in Asia, in winters the temperature fell down to 60 degrees below the freezing point (i.e. -60 Degree Celsius). In summers the outfield turned lush green and the valley get full of wild flowers and turn the place into one of the scenic places of India.
Malana, Himachal Pradesh: Malana is a little village located at the Kullu valley of Himachal Pradesh with mere 100 houses. The citizens of Malana believe that they are one of the first democracies in the world and they do not follow the constitution of India, they follow their own indigenous system and they believe that are independent and superior, they also believe that they are the descendants of Alexander the Great and that is why Malana is known as the little Greece of India.
Sunderban, West Bengal: Sunderban is the largest mangrove belt stretches from 80 km into the Indian and Bangladeshi vicinity from the coastline. Very few people knows a fact about Sunderban that this is a delta, that is why the soil of Sunderban is very fertile and is the home for too many creatures, but it is more famous for the Royal Bengal Tigers. In India Sunderban is built as the Sunderban national park and according to UNESCO the whole Sunderban is the world heritage site.
Nainital, Uttarakhand: Nainital is one of the famous tourist spots of India, located in Uttarakhand. The green mountains of Himalayan range attracts tourists towards it, but there are some places nearby Nainital are less known but they can be potential tourist spots, and one of them is Sat tal which is consists of seven different lakes. This place is a good hill station for spending vacations.
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