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India Unique Places to Travel the Whole Year

India is famous for its unique places, which stay untouched. These places are fascinating for photography. India has an everlasting list of tourist destinations; rather than this, there are unique places to travel which are needed to be explored.

In this blog, check the list of unique places to travel with your families and friends throughout the year. Here is the list-

1. Tsomoriri, Leh Ladakh


Tso Moriri is an enormous high-altitude lake in India, situated at 4,595m. It is located between Ladakh and Tibet in the Changtang region and is a twin to the Pangong Lake. This lake presents a picturesque location of ease and tranquillity flanked by the mountain. An inner line pass is needed for visiting Tso Moriri.

The stunning Tso Moriri can be seen during the summer, starting in April, when the lake starts to soften. May, June, July and August are the prime traveller seasons, and Tso Moriri remains unavailable and frozen from January to March.

Tso Moriri is proclaimed a Ramsar site which indicates one cannot set up a tent or assemble anything near the lake. It is called a ‘mountain lake,’ owing to the cliffs that wrap it, towering at the altitude of 2000 meters, closing it off from the outside world.


Flora:  The more in-depth parts of Tso Moriri doesn’t have much greenery. The more external parts of it are enhanced with notable flora species, including Caragana, Astragalus and Pedicularis, among the popular mammals.

Fauna: Tso Moriri also flatters itself on being a family of different birds, mammals and some predatory animals. Some well-known species include Black-Necked Cranes, Bar Headed Geese, Brown-Headed Gulls, Tibetan Gazelle, Goa Antelope, Snow Leopard and The Tibetan Wolf. 

2. Loktak Lake, Manipur

Being the biggest freshwater lake in North Eastern India, Loktak Lake is also named the only Floating lake in the world. The lake has an influential role in the thrift of Manipur and is believed to be the lifeline for the locals due to its significance in their socioeconomic and artistic life. Also, the antique Loktak Lake is an origin of water for hydropower generation, drinking water supply and irrigation. Not just this, but by visiting the place, one could see how Loktak Lake is a basis of livelihood for the rural fisherman who lives in the surrounding areas.


  • Red Hill Lokpaching
  • Kangla For
  • Sirohi National Park
  • Manipur State Museum
  • Matai Garden and many more

3. Gandikota, The Grand Canyon of India

Gandikota is a little town in the Kadapa district of Andhra Pradesh that is understood for its stunning valley formed by the river Pennar that slices through the Erramala hills. This beautiful piece of nature’s architecture has come to be learned as the Hidden Grand Canyon of India by travellers who visit it and get mesmerized by its looks.

Several other interests near the village lure visitors, the most special being the antique, exquisite Gandikota fort that sits majestically on top of the valley. Apart from the unmatched beauty of the valley, the magical appeal of this fort makes a visit to this town all the more compelling for past lovers and adventure solicitors.


  • Wander about the Ruins
  • Gulp in Breathtaking views of the Gorge
  • Stare in awe at the fascinating Interior of Belum Caves
  • Sit on the Bank of lake
  • Pay respect at Jama Masjid

4. The Umgot River, India

The most exciting and mystical untouched wonder of Meghalaya is the Umngot River, and it is stated to be the most pristine river ever in the Indian subcontinent. To visit the Umngot River, the traveller must travel to the frontier town of Dawki. Dawki is itself a fantastic place, only a 75 km drive from Shillong.

The journey is adorned with the rich picturesque beauty of the equatorial world, as Meghalaya is a rain-blessed state. The Dawki town is on the Indo-Bangladesh border and is one of the recorded trading centers of Colonial India. The Umngot River flows between the Jayantia and Khasi mountains as a  natural divider between the two countries. A pair of break bridges over the river act as trade relations between India and Bangladesh.

5. Chandipur Beach, India

Chandipur, or Chandipur-on-sea, is a quiet beach in Odisha near Balasore Village. As if the Beach is already not sufficient for wonderstruck people. It is particularly well known and talked about, not because it’s a travel destination but because the Beach doesn’t look the same every time. The sea here reduces by as much as five kilometers3 miles-every day during ebb tide and then comes back with its magic, getting horseshoe and red crabs during the high tide. And because of its one-of-a-kind wonder, it can support its biodiversity and keeps it rich. Isn’t it what nature is all about? Because of its special event, the Beach is also known as Odisha’s Hide and Seek Beach.

It is perfect for people who find comfort in quiet places and want to spend some time away from all the rush and bustle of the city. It sounds like an ideal escape for partners who want to lie down and look up at the sky. Undoubtedly, a beach so peaceful and glossy also has other interests where you could dip your heart unconditionally and enjoy the natural warmth of personality. From eating juicy crabs to seeing the sea receding to observing the sunset passionately, there are still many surprises to follow and learn. Chandipur is not overcrowded or commercialized, allowing everyone to probe the Beach and enjoy the occasion.

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