Beautiful Villages In India You Should Visit Once In A Life

Forget those international destinations that makes you go all broke once a year. There are several villages in India that’s no less than any international station. And the real catch is you won’t have to spend every single penny of your savings as it costs much lesser than any of your foreign destinations.


  1. Khonoma Nagaland.

Visiting this place will satisfy your hunger for a quick Naga trip. It’s just 20kms from Kohima, Nagaland. If you are one of those avid nature sucker who longs for a quick nature gateway every now and then. Well, then this is your place for sure!! The phenomenal natural landscape here consisting valleys, big thick trees and the limitless undying sun is a treasure to behold. It’s one of the greenest village of India.  


  1. kila , Raipur, Ludhiana

This village in Punjab has a lot in stock to offer you other than the usual Makke di Roti and Sarso da Saag.  this village is our Indian Spain where all sporties would love spending time witnessing the Bull race, rural mini olympics, martials arts and many events that takes place in Feb here.


  1. Kasol, Himachal Pradesh

This little hill station has been our all time favourite for many reasons. First, it has all the elements of a beautiful hill station secondly, the trip here would cost you not more than a 1000 bucks.  


  1. Janjehli, Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh has so many beautiful villages hidden in it.  Janjheli is one such gorgeous place located near Mandi. You can just bask in the sun here for hours and still won’t feel like going back. The small temples located in the valleys here are so beautiful too.


  1. Gokarna village, Karnataka

Gokarna lies near Goa, it’s a calm village that beholds the real image of Lord Shiva’s Lingam, that has attracted them a lot of tourists. Gokarna had its name from the cow’s ears because the beliefs are that Lord Shiva was born from a cow’s ear.    


  1. Katarmal, Almora, uttarakhand


  1. Malana , Himachal Pradesh

Malana sits near Kullu valley, Malana can offer you that one trek experience you will remember for life. With the population of about just 2,000 people Malana produces the famous Malana cream. The natural beauty her is just jaw dropping.


  1. Mawlynnong, Meghalaya


Mawlynnong is the Asia’s cleanest village, that’s just 100 km far from Shillong. If you are a height enthusiast just make sure not to forget the trek to Mawphlang which is no less than a paradise.   


  1. Lachen, Sikkim

This village of Sikkim has everything you want in a hill station gateway.  Lakes, trekking trails, temples and much more. You will see lots and lots of sheep here and can also enjoy the making of sheep and yak wool here.  


  1. Diskit, LADAKH

Diskit sits in the remote region of Ladakh, this village has a lot in store to make your holiday an exciting one !!  the beautiful mountains, surrounded by lush green trees and beautiful birds is just a sight to behold in the eyes. You will also find many monasteries here.

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