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Ishank from India asked

Unexplored places in and around india?

What are hotels, resorts and small places to stay at places that are still not explored much?


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answered first by
Nick from Phoenix

There are so many unexplored destinations in India. India is so versatile country however, to name a few of the best off-beat destinations of India, I would like to mention about Hampi, Badami, Hassan and Hosapete. All the referred destinations are in Karnataka state. Have been to this region of India and found the area extremely beautiful with many great monuments of 10th & 11th century.

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Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Hampi (city)
  2. Badami (city)
  3. Hassan (city)
  4. Hosapete (city)
  5. Karnataka (attraction)
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I'm from Bangalore and have traveled quite a lot in Karnataka. Here are my top picks for unexplored places in Karnataka-

Gokarna- The name needs no introduction. Be there and you'll be glad that you did. If you are person who loves beaches, a laid back culture, & need some time to rejuvenate, pack your bags and go.

Apsarkonda beach (There's a waterfall by the same name here too).

Kodi Bengare- It's near Udupi and is a great place for surfing. There's a surf school here by the name The Shaka Surf Club. You can camp here for a day or two, learn surfing from some of the best names in surfing, and relish freshly cooked sea food here. You can also go kayaking in the backwaters of the sea.

I'll add more places to this list very soon. 

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Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Bangalore (city)
  2. Gokarna (city)
  3. Apsarkonda (city)
  4. Kodi Bengare (city)
  5. The Shaka Surf Club (attraction)
answered by

There are a lot of places that are not much promoted. These are places which are good for a road trip. Being in Bangalore , I know few places that can be put into this bucket from the southern part of the country. 

A few places that, according to me, make their way to this list are, HampiGokarnaSkandagiri HillsVattakanalChimmini Wildlife SanctuaryAthirappilly Water FallsBadami Cave TemplesPollachiHalebidu  and Hassan .

A road trip to these places would give you the experience of a lifetime. 

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Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Bangalore (city)
  2. Hampi (city)
  3. Gokarna (city)
  4. Skandagiri Hills (attraction)
  5. Vattakanal (attraction)
  6. Chimmini Wildlife Sanctuary (attraction)
  7. Athirappilly Water Falls (attraction)
  8. Badami Cave Temples (attraction)
  9. Pollachi (city)
  10. Halebidu (city)
  11. Hassan (city)
answered by
Rekha from Delhi

There are a number of places that are tremendously beautiful but still unexplored by the mass of travelers. So, luckily untouched from commercialization :) Here are few names: 

KurnoolZiroTawangMajuliPatanKhajjiarKasolTirthanNubra ValleyHemisGokarnaPonmudiRock Shelters of BhimbetkaLonareBundi

These are only few names, but yes there are many destinations in India that have not get travelers attentions in larger number. 

Also when if you are talking about hotels and resorts, so definitely I would draw your notice to the heritage hotels of India. This concept evaluated when the old Havelis and palaces started converting as hotels to offer a glimpse of Indian past and royal era. 

You can experience the life of Indian royals at these hotels. It is a unique stay experience in India. You can't imagine these hotels are also located small towns and big well-known cities. Well, you can check here detail information about this:

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Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Kurnool (city)
  2. Ziro (attraction)
  3. Tawang (attraction)
  4. Majuli (attraction)
  5. Patan (city)
  6. Khajjiar (city)
  7. Kasol (city)
  8. Tirthan (attraction)
  9. Nubra Valley (attraction)
  10. Hemis (attraction)
  11. Gokarna (city)
  12. Ponmudi (city)
  13. Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka (attraction)
  14. Lonare (city)
  15. Bundi (city)

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