How often do you feel like running away to some international destination for a bit of peace and quiet? To take in the grand views that nature has to offer and to re-evaluate your position in the grand scheme of things? What if we told you that you could do that right here in India? Don’t believe us? Here are five offbeat Indian destinations that you can fly to from Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore!
5 Offbeat Indian Destinations To Fly To From Mumbai, Delhi And Bangalore
1. Athirapally Falls, Kerala
If you’ve ever wanted to visit the magnificent Niagra Falls but haven’t gotten the chance to, don’t fret! Instead of flying halfway around the world, head to Kerala and visit the rappelling Athirapally Falls! Nestled in the heart of a forest, it is close enough to the Cochin International Airport for you to reach it in no time with little to no hassle.
2. Floating Market, Jammu And Kashmir
If you’ve been wanting to plan a trip to Venice or Bangkok, let us save you some hassle and draw your attention to the beautiful Dal Lake in Jammu and Kashmir’s Srinagar! It has an especially charming floating market which witnesses the footfall of international tourists. People from around the world flock to this place to buy the unique and creative wares of Kashmiri craftsmen and merchants.
From Delhi: ₹10,737 onwards
From Mumbai: ₹21,072 onwards
From Bangalore: ₹22,348 onwards
3. Tea Gardens In Munnar, Kerala
Munnar’s tea gardens are straight out of a fairytale! With lush greenery stretching as far as the eye can see, all the tea gardens in China pale in comparison. You can take a flight to Kochi and head to Munnar from there. Rest assured that you absolutely won’t be able to forget the breathtaking scenery you apprehend here!
4. Thar Desert, Rajasthan
Not everyone likes green. Some crave the browns and golden yellows of a desert. If that is you, then the breathtaking Thar desert is your calling. The golden sands of this place will make you forget even the deserts of the UAE. You can fly to the Jaisalmer Airport and be on your merry way to the Thar Desert in absolutely no time!
5. Rann Of Kutch, Gujarat
The beauty of the white sands of the great Rann of Kutch is unparalleled. In addition to the beautiful white sands, you can also marvel at the various cultural and traditional musical programs held here. Watching the sun set over the horizon and waiting for the star to come out is an experience you won’t be able to forget any time soon!
Have you ever wanted to visit any of these breathtaking offbeat Indian destinations? If yes, then book your tickets now! And let us know in the comments section below how your experience was!
Note: The prices are subject to change and are based on real-time prices reflected on Skyscanner.
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