Published on : Tuesday, December 15, 2020
We all know that 2020 started with a nightmare, with loads of unwanted chaos as a result of which, many of us had to call off our pre-scheduled travel plans.
That’s absolutely unpardonable!
Luckily, as some vaccines have started showing incredible success rates, now travel enthusiast can start planning a vacation, post-COVID world. As international traveling remains supremely attractive, there are many spectacular spots which remain underestimated and in India that deserves more attention.
Mandu – Located in Madhya Pradesh, the city of Mandu is known for its beautiful Afghan architecture and impressive baobab trees. The area has numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites like palaces, tombs, monuments, and mosques.
Jahaz Mahal is a never to miss attraction in Mnadu which floats over twin lakes. The palace looks like a ship, as we get it from its name.
Unakoti – When it comes to tourism, we all would agree that Tripura is an underrated state. However, there are places in Tripura that deserves special mention.
Unakoti is a prime tourist spot which is famous for its amazing rock carvings, murals, and waterfalls. Tourists can enjoy hiking and trekking in this area.
Unakoti is well-known heritage spot as it has spiritual anecdotes from Hindu Mythology.
Wayanad – Bounded by the Western Ghats, Wayanad is Kerala’s winter destination. Even though southern India is mainly famous for places like Coorg, Munnar, Ooty, and other hill stations, Wayanad should also be included.
Wayanad is clean, pristine, and can be a great refuge for nature lovers.
With wildlife, plantation, and a natural beauty, Wayanad also has deep forests.
Keibul Lamjao – Based in the Bishnupur district of Manipur, Keibul Lamjao is the only floating park of the world, and it floats on Loktak Lake.
Spread across 40sqkms, this floating park has rare fauna and many endangered deer subspecies, Sangai.
In spite of being unique, this not that much explored treasure is known to a few people.