Travelling is on everyone’s wish list once things are back to normal. With most people visiting popular tourist spots, getting a calm and quaint vacation can become a task. However, if you are looking for low-key destinations for your next trip, then we are there to help you.
This blog lists a few destinations outside the public scanner but picture-perfect for a tempting holiday. Want to find out what they are?
Let’s take a look.
1. Daman and Diu
If you are looking for a beach party that will make it to your “Best Moments” album, then Goa is not the only option you have. It tends to be extremely expensive during peak season, and you also have to make do with the vast crowd wherever you go.
So, why not opt for Daman and Diu? It is one of the low-key destinations that are pocket-friendly and an exciting getaway for friends and couples. It has serene beaches, exciting water sports, and many more options for those looking to have fun.
Best time to visit: You can visit Daman and Diu between October and March.
Places to visit: Moti Daman Fort, Jampore Beach, and Diu Museum.
If you are a mountain person at heart and want a quaint time in the hills, then Chakrata is an excellent alternative for hill stations like Manali. A cantonment town near Dehradun, Uttarakhand, is ideal for people looking to spend a relaxing time during their holiday.
Best time to visit: You can visit Chakrata from March to June
Places to visit: Tiger Falls, River-rafting in Kanasar, Budher Caves, and Bird-watching in Deoban.
3. Khimsar Village
Jaisalmer woos many tourists from all over the world throughout the year. However, it is often too crowded and expensive to enjoy a good time and revel in the beauty of the Rajput landscape.
For a similar and more untouched experience, you can visit Khimsar Village, situated between Jodhpur and Bikaner. Revered as the starting point of the magnificent Thar desert, it is one of the most rewarding low-key destinations in India.
Best time to visit: You can visit Khimsar between November to February
Places to visit/ Things to do: Panchala Black Buck Reserve, Khimsar Fort, camel safari
Want to soak in the breathtaking views without having to push around the Darjeeling crowd? Visit Mawlynnong in Meghalaya. Revel in the luxury of expansive tea estates surrounded by stunning scenery that would put wallpapers to shame.
Considered the cleanest village in Asia, it has plenty of untouched natural beauty to offer, like the Living Roots Bridge.
Best time to visit: You can visit Mawlynnong between March and June
Places to visit/ Things to do: Mawlynnong Waterfall, Living Roots Bridge, Brun Khongmen Viewpoint, and Umngot River Dowki, one of the cleanest rivers in the country.
These are our top four picks of low-key destinations for your next domestic vacation. Got your list? Share your experiences with the community in the comments below!
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