India Travel Calendar: Part 2 (One Unexplored Destination for Every Month)


As promised, we are back with the second set of our India Travel Calendar for every traveler who is looking for unexplored places to visit in India.

In the previous blog, we mentioned the following places that you should not miss while traveling to India:

  1. Ponmudi Hills, Kerala
  2. Bhimbetka Rock Shelters, Madhya Pradesh
  3. Majuli, Assam
  4. Jawai, Rajasthan
  5. Shoja, Himachal Pradesh
  6. Gavi, Kerala

And now, it’s time to look at the next 6 unexplored traveling destinations for all the wanderlusts across the world:


Orchha is an ancient town on the banks of Rivel Betwa in Madhya Pradesh. The river passes through a wildlife sanctuary, creating enough opportunities for camping, boating, canoeing, and even rafting.

But that’s not all, Orchha is home to 16th Century architecture that includes step-wells, forts, palaces, temples, and cenotaphs. Bird watchers and wildlife lovers will have a time of their life here, thanks to the myriad of wild animals and a huge variety of bird species in Orchha.


The majority of travelers who visit Tamil Nadu often choose Kanyakumari, Dhanushkodi, or Pondicherry. However, if you ask us for really amazing and equally unexplored places in Tamil Nadu, Tharangambadi will be on the top of our list.

It was once a Danish colony and offers some of the most beautiful views to behold. Fort Dansborg is the place to visit if you are in search of tranquility and serenity.


“Gar firdaus bar-rue zamin ast, hami asto, hamin asto, hamin ast.”

“If there is a heaven on earth, it’s here, it’s here.

This is a famous quote for Kashmir, one of the most beautiful places in the world, and one of the most cherished treasures of India. Doodhpathri is a rather untapped hill station in the Budgam district of Kashmir.

If you have a passion for photography or simply love to be a part of a picturesque sight full of colors, nature, and mighty mountain ranges, this is the place where you should be.

Arvalem Caves

Goa is not all about beaches, beaches, and more beaches. On the contrary, Goa is nothing short of a cultural hotspot. Apart from all the famous churches and old eateries, Goa is home to many historic marvels.

Among them, the Arvalem Caves top our list. These ancient caves are cut from rocks, and it is believed that Arvalem Caves served as hideouts for the Pandavas when they were exiled. You can easily book a ticket to Goa from anywhere in the world at a click of a button.


Laitmawsiang is a garden of caves located in the East Khasi Hills of Meghalaya. This small village is a rich combination of beautiful waterworks like ponds, lakes, and small waterfalls.

Staying here feels like being in Mother Nature’s lap because that’s exactly what it is, Laitmawsiang is a fantasy world that you wouldn’t like to leave at all.


If you like hanging bridges, cane houses, and a laid-back life, Damro, a small village in Arunachal Pradesh, veiled from the hustle and bustle of the world is the perfect place for you. It’s a getaway that you’ve always craved for.


There you have it, a list of 12 places to visit in India. We’d love to hear from you whenever you plan to travel to India. We’ll ensure a safe flight for you. Give us a call to get special phone-only deals today!

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