The 12 Most Strange Places in India You Should Definitely Visit
The great land of India is home to one of the most haunted place, mystery lake of Skeleton, only active volcano and many other mysterious and unusual natural things. Some of the most wired but must see places in India also includes Dimasa Kachari Kingdom,Floating Loktak Lake,Underground Coal Mine,Waste Land of Rann of Kutch,Jungle Camp Pench and the wettest place Mawsynram.
Dandakaranya – The Jungle of Punishment
Dandakaranya is a spiritually significant region in India, includes the parts of the Chhattisgarh, Orissa, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh states. It is mentioned in the Ramayana and one of the famous Indian Hinduism religious place.
Kangchenjunga Mountain – Land of Himalayan Yeti
Kanchenjunga is the highest mountain peak in India,located at the border of Nepal and the India in Sikkim. Though its not a strange place to visit but indeed one of the must see place in India along with other four peaks of Great Himalayas, Mysterious Himalayan Yeti can be spotted here.
Roopkund – Skeleton
Roopkund,now called as Skeleton lake due to hundreds of human skeletons found at the edge of the lake. Skeleton Lake is a high altitude mountain glacial lake situated at Chamoli district of Uttarakhand.
Khardung La Pass – Highest Motorable
Khardung La Pass is a high mountain pass in Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir and famous as world’s highest motorable pass. It is the only route for tourists to reach the famous Nubra Valley.
Kalavantin Durg – Beautiful Abandoned
The Kalavantin Durg is one of the most beautiful abandoned places in India, located between Matheran and Panvel in the Sahyadri mountains of Maharashtra. Kalavantin Durg can be seen from Mumbai Pune expressway and now its a famous trekking place in Maharashtra.
Longewala Battlefield – Hunters at Dawn
Longewala region is located in the Thar Desert of the Rajasthan and the site of a battle of 1971 between India and Pakistan. Tannot Mata temple is situated very close to the battle site of Longewala and is the last tourist destination in India.
Bhangarh Fort – Most Haunted Place
The Bhangarh Fort of Alwar Rajasthan is one of the top 15 most Haunted place in India and famous for its historical ruins. Bhangarh is a popular tourist attraction situated at the edge of the Sariska Tiger Reserve and entry prohibited between sunset and sunrise.
Red Corridor – A Trail of Blood
Red Corridor in India is a region which has Naxalite–Maoist insurgency and suffer from the greatest illiteracy, poverty and overpopulation. Andhra Pradesh and Jharkhand are two most affected states of Red corridor.
Sundarbans Delta – The Mangrove Forest
The Sundarbans Delta is the largest mangrove forest in the world and one of the most famous Ramsar sites in India. Sundarbans is a National Park, Tiger Reserve, and a Biosphere Reserve, famous for its man eater tigers.
Dhanushkodi – The Lost Land
Dhanushkodi is also known as the ghost city and the lost land, located at the tip of Rameswaram island. Dhanushkodi Beach is lies between the junction of the two seas Bay of Bengal and Indian Ocean and the only land border between India and Sri Lanka where the remnants of Rama’s Bridge found.
Barren Island – Only Active
Barren Island has the only active volcano in South Asia, it was erupted more than ten times and recently one was in 2011. This volcanic island is one of the major tourist attraction of Andaman and Nicobar islands.
Indira Point – The Last Tip
The famous Indira Point is situated on Great Nicobar Island in the Indian Ocean within the Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Indira point is one of the must visit and most beautiful places which is known for its sky touching lighthouse, beach and sand.
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