Intrepid travelers always look for unique destinations to enhance the thrill of their traveling experience. The offbeat destinations are far away from the known trail and always have a hidden charisma. Unearth the beauty and charm of these offbeat destinations that will just dazzle you.
Sam Sand Dunes
This desert safari is one of the major attractions of western India. Located on the outskirts of Jaisalmer, Sam sand dune is a must visit for every travellers planning to explore Rajasthan. A ride on camel back in a magnificently stretched desert with no vegetation or sparse is no less than a dream come true. The camel caravan takes you through breathtaking crests and troughs. The bonfire and camping experience in a luxury tents in Jaisalmer along with the beautiful sunsets and sunrise give you immense happiness and enjoyment. Sam Sand Dunes become a land of the festival during the months of February and March.
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City of Bundi
Bundi is famous for its Taragarh Fort and Bundi Palace, which were constructed in the 14th century. The magnificent architectural style forts, palaces, and baoris-water reservoirs, make the city a must visit tourist place. The Fort has a water reservoir carved in a single rock. Most of the houses and buildings of the city are painted in blue. In the 12th century, when Chauhan Nobles pushed were pushed from Ajmer by Mohammad Ghori, the town of Bundi came into existence. There is a famous monument Chaurasi khambo ki Chaat in the city.
Rann of Kutch
A seasonal salt marsh is located in the Kutch district of Gujrat. It is one of the reputed salt marsh deserts of the world. It is one of the earliest known locations of the world. The Northern border of the huge Rann of Kutch is the international boundary between India and Pakistan. There is a famous bird sanctuary spread over a large area in Kutch. The Kutch Museum is one of the oldest museums of Gujrat. It boasts the collection of extinct Kutchi script and coins. Dholavira, an excavation site of Indus Valley Civilization, is also located near Rann of Kutch. Indus Valley Civilization was developed around 4500 years ago.
This historical Fort is located in the Arabian Sea, 450 km south of Mumbai. The famous Maharaja Chhatrapati Shivaji constructed it in the year 1664. The island on which it is made is known as the Khurte bet. This construction in the isle was a revolutionary gesture and represents this mindset only. Initially, it was a residential island, but most of the families moved out because there were no adequate employment opportunities.
Located in between high cliffs of Aravalli range, this Mewar Fortress is a major tourist attraction. It is extended over 38 km. Kumbhalgarh Fort is now a World Heritage Site (UNESCO) and is the birthplace of legend king Maharana Pratap Singh. A walk into these ruins is very educative and exciting. The Fort was constructed in the 15th century and later renovated in the 19th century. There is a series of temples around the Fort, built by Mughals. This place is a heaven for photographers. It is also known as Badal Mahal.
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