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15 Places That No One Will But You Should Visit In 2016. No Crowd Guaranteed!

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15 Places That No One Will But You Should Visit In 2016. No Crowd Guaranteed!:

  1. Kerala
  2. Unakoti, Agartala (Tripura)
  3. Dhanaulti (Uttarakhand)
  4. Dholavira (Gujarat)
  5. Netarhat (Jharkhand)
  6. Jorhat (Assam)
  7. Kalpa (Himachal Pradesh)
  8. Thalon Caves, Imphal (Manipur)
  9. Sela Pass, Tawang (Arunachal Pradesh)
  10. Malpe Beach, Udupi (Karnataka)
  11. Har Ki Doon, Uttarkashi (Uttarakhand)
  12. Khimsar (Rajasthan)
  13. Thekkady(Periyar) (Kerala)
  14. Malshejghat (Maharashtra)
  15. Mararikulam (Kerala)

1. Gavi, Kerala


source: www.gavikerala.com

HolidayIQ Traveller Anooj shares, “If you want to be away from the maddening crowd and unwind yourself under the canopy of tropical evergreen forests, we strongly recommend Gavi in Idukki District in Kerala. Entry to Gavi is highly restricted as it is a part of the Periyar Tiger Reserve in Kerala and prior permission from the forest department is required to enter Gavi.”

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633 Ratings | 508 Reviews | 6762 Photos

2. Unakoti, Tripura


source: unakoti.nic.in

Marvellous rock carvings, murals with their primitive beauty and waterfalls, all set in the beautifully landscaped forest, Unakoti is another hidden gem in the state of Tripura.

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1 Ratings | 1 Reviews | 43 Sightseeings | 1 Photos

3. Dhanaulti, Uttarakhand


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HolidayIQ Traveller Latash Khan shares, “Dhanaulti is a place of Heaven, just 24 Km from Massoorie, It is a relaxed place different from busy over crowded hills station, one can enjoy fresh air and cool climate, it is a small place with few hotel and less population, there is no market or restaurants as such, mobile connectivity is not much good, bsnl & landline works well. Dhanaulti forests are full of alpine, oak and rhododendron trees, the weather of this place is awesome in summers.”

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229 Ratings | 182 Reviews | 4 Sightseeings | 80 Photos

4. Dholavira, Gujarat


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HolidayIQ Traveller Madhu Menon shares, “Dholavira, a village known for its archeological excavations of the Indus Valley Civilization and Harappan Culture can be considered as one of the remotest regions in modern India. The place is closer to many of the smaller towns in Pakistan than the nearest town in India. But there is almost a 60 km impenetrable divide between the two countries by a unique desert that gets filled in with water during the monsoons and becomes as hard as any of the best roads in Gujarat during the other seasons. “

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19 Ratings | 16 Reviews | 2 Sightseeings | 12 Photos

5. Netarhat, Jharkhand


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HolidayIQ Traveller Arupananda shares, “Netarhat is a beautiful hill station. A night stay amidst the breathtaking beauty of Shaal Jungle was a lifetime experience. Camp fire besides the jungle is a lot of fun.” HolidayIQ Traveller Srimanta Ghosh adds, “Netarhat is a place you want to go to be away from the chaos of daily life.”

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57 Ratings | 50 Reviews | 6 Sightseeings | 65 Photos

6. Jorhat, Assam


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HolidayIQ Traveller Mahesh Anantarapu shares, “Jorhat is surrounded by lot of sightseeing places and tea gardens. The only river island in the world and is located near Jorhat. A visit to Kariranga National Park is a must.”

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152 Ratings | 89 Reviews | 36 Sightseeings | 23 Photos

7. Kalpa, Himachal Pradesh


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HolidayIQ Traveller Mridul Dutta shares, “It is a beautiful place and the apple orchards add to the beauty. You can get a stunning view of the Kinnaur Kailash from here.”

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284 Ratings | 177 Reviews | 9 Sightseeings | 83 Photos

8. Thalon Cave, Manipur


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Discovered in 1946, the caves, interconnected with each other, provide first concrete evidence of the 2000-year old Hoabinhian Culture in India which is also found in other South-East Asian countries.

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30 Sightseeings

9. Sela Pass, Arunachal Pradesh


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HolidayIQ Traveller Subhrajit Gupta shares, “The two beautiful crystal clear lakes surrounding the snow clad peaks makes this place beautiful. The continuous hide and seek played between the sun and heavy fog makes it mysterious. If you are lucky, you might get a cup of hot tea from the only tea stall.”

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17 Ratings | 12 Reviews | 29 Sightseeings | 9 Photos

10. Malpe Beach, Karnataka


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HolidayIQ Traveller Darshan shares, “This place has got one of the cleanest beaches in Karnataka. Seeing sunset from the beach is a delight. Also, the boat ride to St Mary's Island is a must. There are many resorts on the beach itself and small stalls offer tasty chaats.”

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13 Ratings | 12 Reviews | 131 Sightseeings | 26 Photos

11. Har Ki Doon Valley, Uttarakhand


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HolidayIQ Traveller Kaarthik SR from Bangalore shares, “Extremely pretty place with snow all over, please go before May to see snow on the trek, the trek starts from Taluka and ends at the same point. No food available on the trek. Plan for a minimum of 4 days.”

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2 Ratings | 2 Reviews | 17 Sightseeings | 5 Photos

12. Khimsar, Rajasthan


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HolidayIQ Traveller Meenakshi from Delhi shares, “The wonderful place to be visited in Winters almost 80kms from Jodhpur. Rajasthan destinations are the best in winters what we have experienced. The wonderful place to be with family.”

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26 Ratings | 20 Reviews | 2 Sightseeings | 5 Photos

13. Thekkady, Kerala


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HolidayIQ Traveller Asheesh Vishwakarma shares, “Thekkady is an offbeat destination. If you want to have a quiet time for yourself and not in a rush it is the best place.”

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7107 Ratings | 4281 Reviews | 17 Sightseeings | 377 Photos

14. Malshejghat, Maharashtra


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HolidayIQ Traveller Darshan Parmar shares, “Malshejghat is a must visit for people seeking adventure and thrill. Along with beautiful scenery, it also offer various places for sightseeing. They include Shivgad fort, various temples, Malshej falls, etc. The climate is pleasant during the day but it may get chilly after sunset. We were a group of 50 people and went there for camping. We set up tents and the local crowd was also extremely helpful and welcoming. There no better way to enjoy the night than a wonderful campfire under the stars.”

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267 Ratings | 171 Reviews | 8 Sightseeings | 202 Photos

15. Mararikulam, Kerala


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HolidayIQ Traveller Joji Joseph shares, “On my way to Alappuzha I made it a point to visit Mararikulam Coastal Village which is about 45 Km from Ernakulam. Mararikulam is famous for the extensive beach, fishing and coir products and now the green movement avoiding plastic & pesticides. Few class resorts are situated on the beach and to access the beach we have to deviate from the National Highway and travel about two Km. Mararikulam is a nature lover's paradise and according to the survey several species of birds, butterflies, turtles, frogs etc are seen here. We found turtles, crabs of various sizes and few birds on the beach. The beach is perfect to relax by late afternoon and not very crowded too. We can see fishermen knitting their nets, few country boats venturing into the sea for fishing and watching the sunset from the beach is mind-blowing. Though several local people including kids were seen swimming there it is not advisable to venture into the sea since the waves become rough sturdy at times. As a picnic spot Mararikulam is a really nice.”

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