PRN: Thrillophilia has Released a Hand-Picked List of 51 Offbeat Destinations in India
Be it trekking in Ladakh or exploring east India by trekking in Sikkim and its six virgin sister states - Arunachal Pradesh,Â Assam,Â Manipur,Â Meghalaya,Â Mizoram andÂ Nagaland, the journey through the Himalayan mountains is enchanting.
Thrillophilia has Released a Hand-Picked List of 51 Offbeat Destinations in India
BANGALORE, April 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Thrillophilia.com has come up with a list of less explored places in India and put the best out of them in its list of 51 hand-picked offbeat destinations - Best of India Travel in India. They believe that the place from where most people turn back is actually the place where true journey into nature's unexplored terrains begins.
Most of these places are usually small villages located near top holiday destinations with their old world charm and local stories that keep you captivated. The concealed mysteries of north India have attracted tourists from all over the world to explore its majestic mountains, plunging valleys and gushing rivers. Be it trekking in Ladakh or exploring east India by trekking in Sikkim and its six virgin sister states - Arunachal Pradesh,Â Assam,Â Manipur,Â Meghalaya,Â Mizoram andÂ Nagaland, the journey through the Himalayan mountains is enchanting.
Thrillophilia.com takes you a little away from the high charted tourist hot spots. For example, they recently stumbled across a valley hidden behind the gigantic Himalayan mountains, the Gurez Valley in Kashmir, and its astounding beauty is inexpressible in words. The astonishing fact about this valley is its inscriptions dating back to 10th century; there is Hebrew inscribed on the stones and walls which give this place a historical value and adds a touch of unknown to the place. Walk on the frozen river of Zanskar in Ladakh and experience the thrill of mountaineering, biking, rafting, paragliding and skiing on the snowcapped mountains.
West India gives you a rare chance to experience the edgy lifestyle of the local tribes in Maharashtra. Visit the small village of Shetpal and you'll be amazed to hear the local stories of cobras living in villagers' houses and yet no snake bite deaths in the area ever. Hard to believe and a little scary but these stories definitely add to the mysteries of world.Â The bounteous beauty of Chembra Peak, the thundering Ethipothala Falls, breathtaking architecture of Lepakshi, and jittery Kerala wildlife, India trekking destinations down south are certainly unique places to unwind and rejuvenate!
Thrillophilia is the biggest India adventure travel company with services in adventure spread across the Indian sub-continent from Indian Himalayas to deserts in Rajasthan to wildlife, south Indian trails and thrilling island holidays. They also recently published a comprehensive list of top 101 adventure activities in India.