5 BEST OFF BEAT TRACKS TO SET FOOT ON

GURUDONGMAR LAKE

Traveling to the most common destinations has become less adventurous than traveling to places undiscovered. So, gear up your adrenaline rush and set out for a trip that will be both fun and adventurous. Here are the five best offbeat tracks that you can set your foot on:

RANN OF KUTCH

Covered with white salt desert and the Rann Utsav festival makes the Great Rann of Kutch a must visit in your lifetime. This destination offers an enthralling experience during full moon nights. If you visit it during the desert festival, you will be quite lucky to witness the beauty of folk dancing, hot air ballooning and camel safaris as well. The wildlife sanctuary here includes rare animals like nilgai, chinkara, wild boar, porcupines, fox, wolf, jackal and wild ass.

Rann of kutch
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GURUDONGMAR LAKE  

Located in Sikkim, this lake is considered as one of the fresh water lakes in the world. The lake is fully covered by snow clad mountains that makes the summers an ideal time to visit this destination. The trek from Lachen to this lake makes this place is a great experience for adventure enthusiasts.

GURUDONGMAR LAKE
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NUBRA VALLEY

Nubra Valley, also known as the land of beautiful orchards, scenic vistas, Bactrian camels and monasteries. It is perfectly surrounded by snow capped ranges between Tibet and Kashmir that provides a wonderful experience to the travelers as it provides picturesque and breathtaking view during the summers.

NUBRA VALLEY
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ALLEPEY

Allepey, the anglicized name of Alappuzha, is known as the capital of Kerala’s backwater tourism. The best time to visit this destination is during June and September, as you can witness its immense beauty and the snake boat races.

ALLEPEY
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RANAKPUR

Ranakpur is known as one of the most important pilgrimage places of Jainism. Tucked away in a remote valley in the Aravali mountain range, it is situated about 96 Km north of Udaipur in the Pali district. This destination is a must visit due to its splendid architecture and religious significance.

RANAKPUR
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