Continuing my series on one of the best and hidden places in India to visit are:

1- Chopta: Mini Switzerland of India

Snow-capped mountains view from Chopta-Tungnath Trek
Snow-capped mountains view from Chopta-Tungnath Trek
Alok Prasad ( – I (Alokprasad (talk)) created this work entirely by myself.

I’ve explored a #Mini_Switzerland of India, Chopta which is an unspoiled natural destination and still unexplored by travelers.
It is a beautiful hill station having superb #treks and trails cutting through #jungles and grassland.

2- Majkhali: An Unexplored Suburb in Ranikhet

Majkhali, snow-capped Himalayan peaks in India

#Majkhali is famous for its awe-inspiring panoramic sights and snow-capped Himalayan peaks like Trishul and Nanda Devi.

Majkhali is the most beautiful, #unexplored_travel_destination, which is surrounded by the pine, oak and deodar forest.

3- Binsar: God’s Blessing

Binsar, Uttarakhand, India

#Binsar is a beautiful, picturesque less explored destination, situated in Uttarakhand, which offers the attraction of 300 degrees of a panoramic view of Himalayas.

It is a #paradise for those who enjoy peace in nature’s bounty.

God has blessed Binsar with the best in everything.

4- Mukteshwar: The Charming city of Nainital
Mukteshwar, charming city of Naintal, India

#Mukteshwar is a settlement and an unexplored natural destination. It is an unspoiled stunning hill station having loads to offer.

The morning view from Mukteshwar is rejuvenating once the rays of the sun kiss the snowy mountain range with the chirping of birds.

5- Munsiyari: Little Kashmir of India
Munsiyari: Little Kashmir of India

#Munsiyari is a small suburb with an awe-inspiring panorama snuggled in the folds of snow-clad peaks of Himalayas. It offers spellbinding vistas of virgin nature and the gateway of three glaciers namely Milam, Namik and Ralam Glaciers.

Famous for its nature beauteousness, the small hamlet of Munsiyari is a base camp for trekking enthusiasts, mountaineers, and nature lovers.

6- Landour: Royal crown on the top of the Queen’s head

#Landour is a sleepy little cantonment town adjoining with Mussoorie, was named after a village called Llanddowror in south-west Whales.

If Mussoorie is a “Queen Of Hills”, then Landour can be termed as the “royal crown on the top of the Queen’s head”.

~ Aakash Yadav, traveller

Have you been to any of these best and hidden places in India?

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