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Five Hidden Holiday Destinations In India:- India is a country with has several states, languages and they follow their own culture. Right from the houses to the lifestyle, everyone is unique in their own style. After a decline in the case of the second wave of coronavirus, several Indians are planning short vacations to relieve themselves after months of staying at home. The travel restrictions are eased and the Covid-19 restrictions are lifted in the country. The domestic travel is blooming and the footfalls in the airports are increasing. Here are some holiday destinations to visit:
Jawai in Rajasthan: Jawai is named after the river which has some breathtaking views. This experience offers a chance to interact with the wildlife and nature. You can see a lot of leopards and a leopard safari which is rarely available. The city is a home for several wild animals and Jawai witnesses several winter-haven rare birds which are migrating.
Ziro Valley in Arunachal Pradesh: Ziro Valley is a town that is spread across the mountain-scape of Arunachal Pradesh. It is known for its Apatani tribe. The greenery and paddy fields make a fascinating watch and the weather looks pleasant. The airline routes are slowly growing after there are a lot of tourists flocking to Ziro Valley.
Morachi Chincholi in Maharashtra: Morachi Chincholi is located 50 km from Pune and is a quiet village and is an unofficial peacock sanctuary of the state. The village is filled with dancing peacocks and tamarind trees. One can witness a typical Maharashtrian village experience. A bullock cart ride is one of the best ones in Morachi Chincholi. A simple meal with organic vegetables is a pure delight in Morachi Chincholi.
Varkala in Kerala: Varkala is located in the southern part of Kerala and is known for its vibrant and calm beaches. The red sandstone cliffs along with lush green is a treat to watch. Varkala is home to a black sand beach and is a hub for adventure enthusiasts like paragliding, parasailing and rafting. Varkala also has a 2000-year old Janardhana Swamy temple along with Sivagiri Mutt.
Chaukori in Uttarakhand: Chaukori is located between the Himalayan peaks and it has woods surrounded by it. Chaukori is one of the finest hill stations in the country which is now turning popular. It is surrounded by several Hindu temples and is known to be peaceful. It is different from the daily city hustle and Chaukori offers a great experience.