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5 Lesser Known Yet Exceptionally Beautiful Villages Of India

Here we have 5 Lesser-known Villages in India for your next holiday. Plan Away!

Known as the mini Israel in Himachal Pradesh, Kasol is a beautiful pristine village that will simply blow you over by its pure beauty. It is located 42 km east of Kullu at the height of 1640 meters.

Mokokchung, one of the districts in Nagaland, is Home of the Ao Naga tribe. It covers an area of 1,615 sq km. It is bounded by Assam to its north, Wokha to its west, Tuensang to its east, and Zunheboto to its south. It takes around six hours to get there from the Nagaland capital, Kohima. You can travel to the location by a chopper or even drive down to the place by a car. Best time to visit is October and November. Ungma and Longkhum are the best places to visit, when in Mokokchung. Longkhum is famous for its well developed handicrafts industry.

Named a World Heritage Site for its stunning natural beauty, Ziro Valley in Arunachal Pradesh is headquarters to Lower Subansiri District. Apatani Plateau, as Ziro is popularly known, is situated at an altitude of 1500 meters above sea level.

"Chitkul, the Crown of Kinnaur" Due to its steep terrain and very cold climatic conditions, this region is quite remote, underdeveloped and thereby not much visited by tourists. The remoteness of the region is a boon as the spectacular beauty of the nature, is still virgin and not yet spoilt by the influx of visitors.

Situated 6 kms south of Malvan and 546 kms away from Mumbai on the coast of Maharashtra is Tarkarli. The major attraction here is the long and narrow stretch of beach, with its pristine water. On a clear day, you can see the sea bed through a depth of 20 ft.

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