5 hidden destinations Of India You Must Visit

There are still many secret places in India that are yet to be explored by the travelers visiting the country. Here are the lists of hidden places of India.

Majuli, Assam
Majuli in Assam is the largest river island on earth nestled amid the river Brahmaputra. Declared by UNESCO as a world natural heritage, this river island has preserved well the antique weapons, utensils, jewelry and other items of cultural significance of the hundreds of year old Assamese civilization.


Tarkarli Beach, Maharashtra
Take a few hours’ drive from Mumbai and you will reach the land of pristine waters, Tarkarli. Located at the convergence of river Karli and Arabian Sea, Tarkarli gives you a clearer picture of the sea water. It is a heaven for the adventure lovers who love to do snorkeling and scuba diving.


Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh
The tranquil hill station in Arunachal Pradesh is known for its breathtaking landscape and natural beauty. It is considered as one of the secret places of India since reaching the place is highly challenging because of harsh weather and frequent landslides.


Pangong Lake, Jammu and Kashmir
One of the best things that the film ‘3 Idiots’ does for the tourist is that it has presented the scenic beauty of Leh & Ladakh. Located in a high altitude in the Himalayan Ranges.


Lepchajagat, West Bengal
Located close to Darjelling in West Bengal, lies a small hamlet called Lepchajagat which is considered as one the secret places in India. This unknown destination is nestled amidst hills covered with thick Oak forest. Since Darjelling is located close to Lepchajagat, travellers usually give it a miss.