India is a place filled that is filled with wonders and it is one of the most preferred destinations for adventure seekers. Despite so many tourism organizations and such a huge population, there are still some places left that are yet untouched by the human-massacre. And if you are a kind of person who wants to lose himself or herself into the wonderment of nature that is far away from the madding crowd, then here are some places you should visit.
Located at a height of 3230m in the Kargil District of Jammu and Kashmir, this place is often called "The Gateway Ladakh". This place is also famous for hosting Horse Polo. Dras valley's starts from the Zoji La pass which remains covered in snow during autumn and spring. But be prepared to face some harsh weather. Being the second coldest place in the world, this place is often hit by snowstorm but thanks to the humble and helpful locals, they always come forward to help the visitors.
Ponmudi also known as Golden Peak is a hill station located in the Thiruvananthapuram District of Kerala in India and is close to the sea. Its narrow, winding paths with green, wooden vicinity makes it a paradise on earth. It is located at a height of 915ft above the sea level. This place is rich in flora and fauna. You can also witness a wide variety of spices and tea plantation with frequent waterfalls and viewpoints. If you are looking for some long walk and trekking, this place is ideal for you.
3. Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh
Located at a distance of 167 km from Itanagar, it is one of the oldest towns of Arunachal Pradesh. This beautiful plateau is the head quarter to the Lower Subansiri District. Lying at a height of 1500m above sea level, this mesmerising hill station is rich in green forest, rivulets and elevated patches. This place is inhabited by the Apatani tribe; the town gets wrapped in a festive look during the festive seasons. Visit Ziro and get lost in the arms of nature.
If you want a panoramic view of the mighty Himalaya, Kausani is the place you need to visit. Get a 300 km wide view of the Himalaya’s. But to get the splendid view, you need to torture your legs to reach the charming small town located in Uttarakhand, 50 km north of Almora. But every step you take, every sweat you drop will be worth the sacrifice. Unlike other hill station, this place got only one monument, Anasakti Ashram, that is of Mahatma Gandhi, who spent some time there to gather some more peace of mind. The rest of the view is built by nature. So nature lovers, go ahead and explore this little "Switzerland".
5. Tosh, Himachal Pradesh
Himachal is filled with wonders of nature. It remains filled with tourist round the year. So, if you want to get rid of the crowd and stay some place alone, Tosh is where you should visit. Not yet popular as the other sites, this beautiful village is located at far end of Parvati valley, filled with apple farms and green plantations. During the winter season, this place gets some heavy snowfall. The maximum visitors are foreigners, so you will get a number of cafes, pizza and burger shops there. The main source of income for the locals is farming and hashish. The villagers often offer hashish to the visitors as a token of love. So stoners, get your backpack ready and visit Tosh.
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