INCREDIBLY OFFBEAT DESTINATIONS IN INDIA FOR MARCH
Incredibly offbeat destinations in India for March
Embrace the spring season with gusto, is what we are here to tell you. As March prepares to roll in, we are also looking forward to putting our winter thoughts away and allowing our mind and body to take a breather.
For this, we are thinking of sunny and incredibly offbeat destinations in India. Here, you can pick from these places for a quiet holiday.
Khirsu, Uttarakhand(DESTINATIONS IN INDIA FOR MARCH)
Khirsu is a hamlet in Pauri Garhwal district, and is one of the most idyllic places in the state of Uttarakhand. Khirsu is perfect for photography enthusiasts, because the views are just splendid.You will get a great view of peaks like Panchachuli, Nanda Devi, Nanda Kot and Trishul. Also, the terrace farms and apple orchards give the place a dreamy look. There are homestays here that you should check out.
Pithoragarh is that quiet destination you didn’t know you needed. With meandering rivers, pristine green cover, and an impressive view of the Panchachuli Peak, Pithoragarh is an amazing getaway for nature lovers(DESTINATIONS IN INDIA FOR MARCH)
Namsai, Arunachal Pradesh
Home to the tribes of Khampti and Singphos, Namsai is one of the least visited destinations in Arunachal Pradesh. You can expect a quiet holiday here with refreshing air, views and cultural experiences. Namsai’s most popular attraction is the intricately designed Golden Pagoda. The famous pilgrimage site Parshuram Kund is just 84 km from Namsai.
March is the best time to visit Meghalaya. The biting cold is comfortably behind and the rains are yet to come, making it a great time to visit the state. Jowai in West Jaintia Hills district offers stunning driving routes and a number of caves and waterfalls for adventure enthusiasts. Visit Jowai for Mawsmai Cave, one of the 10 longest caves in India.(DESTINATIONS IN INDIA FOR MARCH)
Also known as the Whistling Village of Meghalaya, Kongthong is a destination you will be talking about for a really long time. The residents of Kongthong have musical notes for a name! This tradition has been passed down generations. If you hear someone whistling a tune in Kongthong, they may be just calling each other’s name.