These 10 hidden gems of INDIA need your attention right now!!

While it might be hard for you to find most of them, because they are hidden treasures of India, we made it easier for you. Scroll down & make your way to the most beautiful gems and untapped natural beauty of INDIA.

Apr 11, 2021 - 13:07

1. Arvalem caves, Goa:

Arvalem caves, Goa:
Arvalem caves

The rock-cut caves are monuments of the pre-historic life in Goa. These caves are a recent discovery & locals believe that these caves were a hideout for the Pandavas during their exile. While travelling to Arvalem caves one can also visit Arvalem waterfall. It is an unexplored beauty of India which is a must-visit. 

2. Krem Mawmluh, Cherrapunji:

Krem Mawmluh, Cherrapunji:
Krem Mawmluh

This is the fourth largest cave in the Indian subcontinent and is a must-visit for adventure seekers. It’s a completely new world down there and will welcome you with some gorgeous sparkling rocks, massive caverns, waist-deep pools, few climbs etc. If you are someone, who is fond of trekking then you will love this place.

3. 13 Arch Bridge, Kerela:

13 Arch Bridge, Kerela:
Arch Bridge

This marvellous piece of engineering work connects two hillocks and stands on thirteen granite pillars each almost a hundred feet tall. The 13 Arch bridge or the 13 Kannara bridge is a 108–year–old bridge at Kazhathuruthi situated in the greens of western ghats of Kerala. This architectural marvel is a sight to behold for explorers.

4. Adalaj Stepwell, Gujarat:

Adalaj Stepwell, Gujarat:
Adalaj Stepwell

Adalaj Stepwell is considered a fine example of Indian architectural work. What is unique about this stepwell is that it has three entrances, giving way to a platform resting on 16 pillars and a well that is five floors deep and the water which always remains cool. The stepwell is a historical monument that can make even the most modern travellers stop and stare.

5. Doodhpathri, Kashmir:

Doodhpathri, Kashmir:

Doodhpathari- Valley of Milk is an untapped hill station covered with lush green landscapes over the vast meadows and silver shining streams running over the large stones further increase its beauty and visiting here is almost mandatory.

6. Unakoti, Tripura:

Unakoti, Tripura:

Unakoti means one less than a crore. The third-smallest Indian state, Tripura has one of the least explored travel destinations. There is also the most famous Unakotishwara Kal Bhairav, a 30-foot-high carving of Shiva’s head, along with many other marvellous carved statues. It is a must-visit place for those with historical interest and excitement.

7. Murud-Janjira Fort, Maharashtra:

Murud-Janjira Fort, Maharashtra:
Murud-Janjira Fort

It is considered to be India's strongest marine fort, that rest over an oval-shaped rock off the Arabian Sea coast, near the port city of Murud. It is quite a hidden gem, as Murud Janjira is a towering structure by the shores of the town. Interestingly, it can be seen only when one is about 12m away from it.

8. Tuophema, Nagaland:

Tuophema, Nagaland:

The tiny Tuophema is a beautiful village of rich culture and tradition of Nagaland. It is a wonderful place in the heart of Nagaland, meant only for those who value the local authenticity of hills. The paths of this pretty village are dotted with a variety of wildflowers and cherry blossoms. The surreal sunsets from the hilltop are something you don’t wanna miss.

9. Fort Dansborg, Tamil Nadu:

Fort Dansborg, Tamil Nadu:
Fort Dansborg

Fort Dansborg, established by the Danish colony in the 1620s, is the second-largest fort built by the Danish. It is settled on the sleepy shores of Tharangambadi, which stands for 'place of the singing waves. It is one of the most untouched and unusual getaways in South India which will be a great escape from all the stress and distractions.

10. Ross Island, Andaman

Ross Island, Andaman
Ross Island

Ross island is also known as Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Island was the headquarter of the British colony. Presently, it is under the Indian Navy’s control. Some must-visit attractions in Ross Island are like the Chief Commissioner's house, the Cathedral, Graveyard, Officers Quarters and rundown Church of the Britishers. This island is also the house of several animals like peacocks, deers, rabbit and ducks. You can enjoy the scenic beauty with the cool breeze and the amazing view of the sea.

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