When it comes to the list of undiscovered land, India propels to the top of the list. Literally, India has been not discovered for its tourism opportunities. Even the country is not named under the list of World Tourist Organisation.
Indian Government has been trying to increase the flow of tourists into the country, and has somewhat been successful in doing so. This is apparent from the figures representing the number of tourists coming into the country as travellers, which passed the mark of 10 lakh people in 2011.
The hidden beauty
A large number of tourist destinations such as Darjeeling, Shimla, Kullu and Kufri are unknown to many people. Tourists shall try to find such destinations that entertain their needs of visiting the class i.e. archaeological, mountain, plains and so on.
Try to get in touch with locals to get to know tales about not so famous but good places to visit. They will be able to help you out better and let you with some more information.
The best of all
The list of places to surely give a visit is never ending. Every type of enthusiasm will be catered here, and accordingly, the list becomes enormous. To help you out, the list has been shortened that includes the following:
- Jammu and Kashmir
Addition or subtraction may be made to/from the list depending upon your travel package. An advice to readers is that they should get their tickets and hotel rooms reserved by the Indian Tourism Authority, a Government subsidiary. Package may offer more benefit to the clients as they usually trim down the cost in certain areas.
Take a breath in the ambience of Indian culture, heritage and tourism and you will want to come back repeatedly!