Some least travelled places of India

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Travelling is happiness. People travel to relieve stress, enjoy with family and spend time together. Many people travel out of the profession. They get paid to travel. Studies even say that travelling changes the way we perceive things. We get to know so many different things, places, people and culture. India is known to be a hub of culture. Socially we Indians are so diversified. There are so many communities, tribes, cultures and practices. India is filled with scenic beauties. There are so many places which are known for their views and tourists spots. But there are so many places within India which are unexplored. People don’t talk much about them. These are some of the least travelled places in India which must be travelled at least once. You won’t regret going to some of the below-mentioned tourist spots. 

A least travelled place in Uttrakhand: Chopta

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Uttrakhand in itself is so beautiful. Chopta is a small place of spellbound beauty in this state of hills. It is a small area of green meadows and forest area. It is a part of Kedarnath Wildlife sanctuary. Travellers to this place enjoy the scenic views of snow-capped mountains, Himalayan ranges and thick forest areas. It is situated around 2600 metres above the ground level. People don’t know much about this small valley spot. Chopta is ideal for adventure enthusiasts as it offers great places for trekking, camping and rock-climbing. People who are tired of a hurried life in cities must go to this place at least once. It is so relaxing and provides you with a place where you can rest your mind. Also, all the birdwatchers out there, you must try this place as the population of birds is increasing gradually at Chopta. 

Damro: least travelled village of Arunachal Pradesh

Talking of the tourist places of East India, Arunachal Pradesh is often ignored by many people. But this state is rich with natural resources and so many travel destinations. Damro is a small village in Arunachal Pradesh with the longest hanging bridge of the state. It is often ignored by many tourists. It is situated in the Mariyang Block of Upper Siang in Arunachal Pradesh. The village inhabits 500 people in the entire village. The scenic beauty of north-eastern hills is well visible from here. Damro is popular for a simple living life. Travelling to this place means exploring the experience of staying in bamboo houses and large meadows. You’ll get to see people’s way of living, the way they worship animal and you’ll get to know a lot about their culture. The best time to visit Damro is during the months of October-April. 

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Least travelled place of Punjab- Kila Raipur

Raipur in Punjab sounds really strange right! This is not the city Raipur, instead, it is a small village of Punjab. Have you ever heard of Rural Olympics? Probably no. Kila-Raipur is the base origin of this rural Olympics. The small village is known for engaging games, vibrant culture and people. You will be amazed at the festivities, pomp and traditional plays. It is not so popular sports destination but once visits are for sure. Here, you’ll find valiant and strong people. The Rural Olympics is none other than Kila-Raipur Annual Sports Festival. It is situated in the heart of Ludhiana, Punjab.

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Jawai: must visit place in Rajasthan

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Rajasthan is an Indian state known for its culture, folklore and tradition. Indian tourists keep Rajasthan in their priority list. But travellers usually miss out this beautiful place of Jawai in Rajasthan. People are so much crazy to watch leopards. But they are unaware of the fact that this place is one among many leopard spotting destinations. You get to experience luxurious tents, rustic lamps and authentic Rajasthani cuisine. How can one miss out such an exotic place? This place is full of birds like flamingos, geese, cranes, and other migratory birds. It is a good spot for bird-watchers. Attractions of jawai are Kambeshwar Mahadev Temple, Abhinav Mahavir Dham, Kumbhalgarh. The best time to visit the place is Early September-Mid May.

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Skilled artists hub in Jharkhand: Amadubi

Amadubi is a small village in Jharkhand famous for its skilled artists work. People in here are known for skilled chitrakars and Paitkar paintings. Jharkhand itself is one of the least travelled states of India. Amadubi inherits so many picture and story-tellers. This place is rich with the aroma of authentic rice delicacies, colourful festivities during festivals like Tusu Parab and Dansai, and traditional dances and rustic huts. The place lets you come close to ancient India and their artwork. The cultures and traditions here are very different from city life.

Less travelled beach in Maharashtra: Parule and Bhogwe

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Can anybody imagine that there exists a least travelled beach too? Parule and Bhogwe is one such place in Maharashtra. If you are looking for a farm stay experience, Parule is an ideal location. You’ll enjoy the authentic food of this place. Also, the activities like cow milking, fishing, and plantation walking give you a good reason to travel here and take a shift from your routine works. Bhogwe, on the other hand, has rustic temples and old cottages which showcases a mystic charm for this place. Some of the attractions to this place are Nivti Beach, Devbagh Beach and Golden Rock.