Experience an offbeat winter in India

Experience an offbeat winter in India

Experience an offbeat winter in India

Experience an offbeat winter in India

Winters are all about holidaying and if you are living in metro cities like Delhi, well it's all about pollution and smog! Hence, the best way to find an escape from the city's toxic air is to move out of the town. For unloading the stress of metro cities travelling is the best way to rejuvenate. A small break from the daily humdrum of life to any beautiful destination. But many of us, when thinking about travelling out or going for a holiday, we only think about the regular travel destinations. These places are often visited by many people from India as well as foreigners around the world. Due to their prominent location, these places are usually overcrowded which outroot majestic view of nature and made it a vexatious experience. Very few consider offbeat destinations for their holidays but actually, this idea is worth executed for a phenomenal experience.

Unexplored destinations to visit this winter

1) Gada Gushaini

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Gada Gushaini

Gada Gushaini is a very small but spectacular village in Banjar Tehsil which can leave you ogling. This offbeat destination in Himachal Pradesh has the beauty of crystal-clear water with pebbles hindering their wa

ys sounds like wind claps to the ears.

Distance from Capital (Delhi) – 460 Kilometres

2) Chindi

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Chindi is a small sleepy village around 90 Kilometres from Shimla. Being unexplored destination, it is very quiet and peaceful place. It is a beautiful place in Carson Valley. This splendid place lies in the middle of orchards of apple and compact hilly wood of deodars and pines. Morning view of this place is spectacular.  Chindi Mata temple is a must visit to explore typical Himachali architecture which features exquisite woodwork.

Distance from Capital (Delhi) – 450 Kilometers

3) Munsiyari

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Munsiyari is a popular destination among mountaineer s and trekkers, but it's still counted as one of the offbeat destinations since it is not frequently visited by tourists. The best part about this quaint little hamlet in Uttarakhand is that you can have a vivid view of the Panchachuli peaks from here. It is also the starting point for the Milam glacier trek.

Diatance from Capital ( Delhi) – 593 Kilometres

4) Pangot

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A charming little hill town located in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand, Pangot is like a paradise for nature lovers and bird watchers. With around 580 bird species been recorded in this area, you are bound to encounter a few fluttering colourful feathers. Even though it's counted as one of the unexplored places, the resorts here are splendid and will make your stay and holiday worthwhile.

Distance from Capital (Delhi) – 340 Kilometres

5) Fagu

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Fagu is an enchanting little hill town in the Kurfi region of Shimla. You can have a glimpse of the majestic Himalayan summits from here. Dotted by little stone walled houses and lush green plantations, it's definitely one of the most charming offbeat destinations near to capital.Make sure to visit here for some exquisite experience.

Distance from Capital ( Delhi) – 361 Kilometres

6) Darang

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Another Himachali beauty, Darang is located near Mcleodganj on the road to Palampur. Walk through lush tea gardens rolling over the hills and mesmerising to the sound of toads and chirping of birds. It is one of the offbeat holiday destinations near capital from where you can view the majestic Dhauladhars standing tall over the delightful hamlet.

Distance from Capital ( Delhi) – 422 Kilometres.

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