Offbeat Places of India

Offbeat Places of India

India is a diverse region with many hidden gems that offer unique experiences to travellers. Offbeat places offer different from the ordinary, usual, or expected in usually an appealing way experience.

Offbeat Places of India

Here are some offbeat places in India that you might consider visiting. 

Gandikota, the Grand Canyon of India, is a stunning gorge that overlooks the Pennar River.

Gandikota, Andhra Pradesh

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Wayanad is a picturesque hill station known for its wildlife sanctuaries, tea and spice plantations, and waterfalls.

Wayanad, Kerala

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Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that boasts stunning ruins, temples, and boulders.

Hampi, Karnataka

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Yelagiri is a serene hill station that offers a range of adventure activities such as paragliding, rock climbing, and trekking.

Yelagiri, Tamil Nadu

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Coorg, the Scotland of India, is a lush green hill station that is renowned for its coffee plantations, and waterfalls.

Coorg, Karnataka

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Spiti Valley is a remote and rugged region that offers stunning views of snow-capped peaks, glaciers, and barren landscapes.

Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh

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Known as the “Open-air art gallery,” Mandawa is a small town in Rajasthan that is famous for its well-preserved havelis (traditional mansions).

Mandawa, Rajasthan

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Khajjiar, the Mini Switzerland of India, is a picturesque hill station that is known for its rolling meadows and pine forests.

Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh

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Pelling is a serene hill station that offers panoramic views of the Kanchenjunga peak, Glass sky walk, Chenrezig statue, and waterfalls.

 Pelling, Sikkim

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Nubra Valley is famous for its double-humped Bactrian camels that can be found grazing in the wild.

Nubra Valley, Ladakh

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