India is a country whose innumerable diversities make her unique. The country with a huge diversity in cultures, casts and traditions is densely populated all over. We always look to find peace and isolation so visiting India is an ideal choice for serenity. Here are 6 most remote places in India to disconnect from the world.
Remote Places In India To Visit
6. Kaziranga National Park, Assam
Kaziranga National Park, a world heritage site in the Golaghat and Nagaon districts of Assam, is the home of one-horned rhinoceroses. It has also been declared as a Tiger reserve owing to its high density of tigers. Wildlife lovers, who want to experience an adrenaline rush, can isolate themselves from the hullabaloo of everyday life in Kaziranga National Park. The nearest airport is Jorhat which is 74 km. away and is well connected by domestic flights.
5. Khajjiar – The Mini Switzerland of India
Surrounded by dense forests in the foothills of Dhauladhar Ranges of Himalayas, Khajjiar is a hill station situated in Chamba, Himachal Pradesh. Owing to its topographical similarity with Switzerland, it has been officially named as Mini Switzerland. One can have a memorable visit to Dhauladhar Mountains, Khajjiar Lake and Khajjinag Temple while having a stay here. One can conveniently reach Khajjiar by road from Pathankot, Dharamshala or Gurdaspur.You can book your Himachal Tour Packages with Waytoindia.com by sending an enquiry on firstname.lastname@example.org .
4. Andman and Nicobar Islands
This group of islands in the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea juncture is an exotic place to feel disconnect from the everyday hustle and bustle. Being a union territory, it also holds the privilege of hosting Andaman and Nicobar Command, which is the only tri-service command of our Armed Forces.One can reach Andaman and Nicobar Islands through Port Blair, which enjoys flight services form major cities.
3. Rohtang Pass
In the eastern part of PirPanjal range of Himalayas, 51 km. away from Manali,laysRohtnag Pass. Situated on the watershed of Chenab and Beas, it connects Kullu Valley to Lahaul and Spiti Valleys of Himachal Pradesh. It is open from May to November.One can take a flight to Kullu and a six hour taxi from there to reach Rohtang Pass.
2. Peora, Uttarakhand, India
Situated in the Kumaon ranges of the mighty Himalaya, Peora is a pretty cool destination to experience nature in its untempered form. Giving a magnificent view of the Nanda Devi and Panchchuli peaks, this place defines serenity that a traveler craves for.Connected to New Delhi by NH-24, one can reach there by boarding Kathgodam-Shatabdiand then taking an 80 km. taxi ride from Kathgodam station.
1. Ladakh (Jammu and Kashmir)
Ladakh is blessed with picturesque mountains, natural blue skies, crystal clear water of the Pangong Lake and beautiful Nubra valley. Leh, the capital of Ladakh region is a treasure of numerous tourist spots apart from Zanskar Valley, Tso Moriri, Hemis, Lamayuru, Alchi, Kargil which also are a part of Ladakh. Ladakh is one of the most isolated destinations of the country, where you can find peace, away from the hustle-bustle of city life. Kind people, amazing hospitality from locals and cool breeze – these would make your visit here a surreal one. One should pre-book a hotel to get proper accommodation in Ladakh.