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5 Unique Experiences in India That You Shouldn't Miss!

There are various unique travel experience in India, below are the top 5 among them.

Trekking in the Himalayas

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Every time you go to the Himalayas, you will find that there is much more to discover. The life changing experiences that anyone can get in overwhelming. Its landscape is so stunning and incredible that you will find yourself returning to it again and again.

Over the time you can experience many trekking routes in Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Ladakh which have become very popular with adventure lovers with various difficulty levels from amateur to experienced trekkers. Kheerganga Trek, Bhramhatal Trek, Kedarkantha Trek, Phulara Ridge Trek, and Valley of Flowers Trek are comes under easy level, while Hampta Pass, Sar Pass, Har Ki Dhun Trek, Rupin Pass Trek, and Kashmir Great Lakes Trek are a bit more challenging with moderate difficulty level, and other like Mt. Black Peak, Santopanth Peak, Everest Base Camp Trek are some of the difficult and challenging treks in the Himalayas.

Hiking here offers mesmerizing views of gigantic peaks, blooming trees, lush green forests and free flowing streams from glaciers for nature lovers to enjoy. If you are an adventurer who loves adrenaline-filling activities, trekking in the Himalayas will be a delightful experience for your soul.

Interacting with Unique Tribes of North-East India

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Northeast India is the least explored region in the country. This part of India is home to more than 100+ tribes with their own languages, unique culture, ethinicty and rituals. Visiting this part of the country and connecting with these tribes will definitely take you back in time.

The prominent ones are the Konyak tribe from Nagaland, which is known for their long tradition of headhunting, the Apatani and Nishi tribes from Arunachal Pradesh, and the Khasi, Bodo, Garo tribes from Meghalaya known for their colourful and uncommon traditional clothing and ornaments, while others have different cultures and rituals.

Some of the parts from that region was cut off from the rest of the world for ages. Travel to these untouched and unexplored tribal lands and interact with some of the oldest and most popular surviving tribes are something remarkable you can experience only in north east India.

The Magical Journey of Leh Ladakh

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Leh-Ladakh is one of the best places to visit in India. It is the most famous destination for all travellers looking for an adventurous vacation. A trip to this place is filled with various amazing elements such as bike riding, trekking, stargazing, camping in a cold desert and much more. All of this at a chilling temperature of around 5-20 degree Celsius, according to the weather.

The best time to visit Leh-Ladakh is April-May and September-October. Nubra Valley, Khardung La, Shanti Stupa, Magnetic Hill, Pangong Lake and Leh Palace are the places that you should not miss on your trip. You can rent a bike for around INR 2000 per day to get around Leh-Ladakh. Some of the iconic places are Zanskar Valley, Pangong Tso Lake, Khardung-La Pass, Spituk Gompa and Hemis National Park.

There is a Magnetic Hill which is approximately 30 km from Leh. If you park the car on the spot and start the engine, the car will move upward. Isn't it strange? This sight will create an curious and incredible experience.

Goa the party capital of India

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Goa is a dream for all party lovers and water sports enthusiasts in the country. A place full of hype and buzz among young people. You can experience everything from crazy nightlife to serene beaches.

There is no top 5 best places in India list will be without this amazing place. As a state, Goa has been able to continue to grow as it has many attractions that attract people from all over the world. The best time to visit Goa is from November to February. You can try various water sports such as sailing, diving and white water rafting. You can also try lap boarding, skiing.

If you visit Goa in December, you can't miss Sunburn, the country's biggest music festival. For beach lovers, Vagator, Calangute, Anjuna, Colva are the best places to go with your loved ones. Mae De Deus Church, Bom Jesus Cathedral, Bodgeshwar Temple, Dudhsagar Waterfall and St. Xavier's church is one of the most popular attractions in the area. At Cafe Mambos and Titos, you can spend your holiday with club life.

Exploring caves & waterfalls of Meghalaya

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Meghalaya is the best place to visit in India where you can have a unique experience and spend the best time around all season. Nohkalikai Falls, Dainthlen Falls, Thangkharang Park, Kynrem Falls, Mawsmai Cave, Seven Sisters Falls are some of the major attractions in the area. The average temperature in the region is around 18-25 degrees Celsius.

For millions of years, the greatest sculptor Mother Nature has been and continues to work beneath Meghalaya's majestic cliffs and mountains. Meghalaya's caves range from narrow to long and deep, hiding countless magnificent rare species and fossils from millions of years ago, creating incredible formations and ecosystems beneath our feet. You can experience the wonderful underground world in accessible caves like Arwah and Mawsmai, Krem Dam and Krem Riblai, while Siju Cave is one of the best caves in Garo Mountain and provides additional support.

You can join a team of experts and use all the necessary equipment to explore some unknown and rarely explored caves and hollows. Winter (November to February) is the best time to go for caving in Meghalaya.

- By Sagar Thakare