Denise Chen - Sep 28, 2015
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India is a great tourist destination known for a number of famous attractions. However, there are still remarkable places in the country undiscovered by the general tourist community. brings top 5 of the most beautiful yet unexplored Indian attractions.  

1. Majuli

The World’s Largest Island on a River

We always hear about all those beautiful islands around the world, but we always connect them with oceans only; such as the Nicobar and Andaman islands in India. However, Majuli is a river island that is located on the amazing Brahmaputra River in Assam. 
Visitors can get ready for a real exposure to beautiful traditions and cultures of Assam on this beautiful island. The Vaishnavite faith of Assamese has its center at Majuli while Garamurh Satra is among the major tourist attractions on the island.

2. North Sikkim

The Switzerland of East

Sikkim is an emerging tourist destination in the country, but North Sikkim is unknown to many tourists coming to the region. North Sikkim has all what any tourist might expect on calm holiday. Its major attractions include the Lachung Village, Lanchen, Yumthang Valley and the Gurudongmar Lake. 

3. Radhanagar Beach

The Best Beach in Asia

Radhanagar beach is among the most beautiful beaches in Nicobar and Andaman Islands. Very few people know that this beach was voted Asia’s best beach in 2004 by the TIME magazine. What makes the beach special is that it emphasizes natural beauty rather than commercialization. Its crystal clear waters that perfectly blend with its white sand give the island a calm mood that is far from the hectic city life.

4. Lepchajagat

The Calm Neighbor of Darjeeling

It neighbors Darjeeling, a famous hill station of the country and a major tourist hub of West Bengal. Lepchajagat cannot be considered among the most popular places in India but still has all the powerful elements for honeymooners, nature lovers and party goers.
If you are that person who loves hill stations that are free from tourist industrialization, then you should consider Lepchajagat. This is also a perfect place for bird watchers. There are also a number of wonderful tourist destinations such as Sukhipokhri, Kurseong and Kalimpong. 

5. Dharchula

The Hidden Heaven of Uttrakhand

If you are travelling from a major city like Delhi or from a city in North India, then Dharchula will give you a calm experience, as compared to the ordinary hill stations of Uttrakhand that are full of industrialization. The small village of Dharchula is strategically located on the border of Nepal and India. You can view this beautiful place on the Mansarover yatra road.

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