The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page. – St. Augustine
He who does not travel does not know the value of men. – Moorish proverb
People travel to faraway places to watch, in fascination, the kind of people they ignore at home. – Dagobert D. Runes
Different People see travelling from different individual perspective. Travelling has different meaning to all. Great people have great thoughts about travelling but I think for common people like you and me, travelling is all about fun, relaxation and putting away stress and worries for some time by staying away from our busy city life.
Different individuals love travelling different places some love the mighty mountains, whereas some adores the seas, some are addicted to the whispers of the jungles while others <g>loves</g> the warmth of the deserts, on the other <g>hand</g> some just visit places other than where they live.
I and my husband, we love to travel as well, <g>however</g> the only thing that is important for us to consider while travelling is that it should be a relaxing and memorable one. So be it mountains, seas, jungle or any other place, we love all.
Another thing that we always look for while planning our tour is to find places that are still virgin, that is that are still not explored or are less visited by tourists; <g>less</g> visited means they are less known as well. By the way, I am not talking of any foreign destinations, I am talking of places that are worth visiting but are still not explored much, right in my own country, India.
Also we (me and my husband) have seen that while planning tours what becomes most difficult to settle on is the duration of the tour. I am sure many of you have faced it too. Everywhere if you look over the net or any travel book you will find tour plans mostly of long duration from 7 days – 15 days max. But what if you have only, say, 4 – 5 days in hand including journey time? The common thing that we do is to cut short a long trip plan according to our time eventually missing out many interesting places, which otherwise would have been covered if gone with the original plan! This is for me is not a satisfying travelling/trip.
Unfortunately, we know of very little places that can actually <g>fit to</g> our requirements for a short trip so most of the time we go <g>for</g> the same old places. Well, that is not bad but why not trying exploring other beautiful places as well?
Just when these things were lurking in my mind and my fingers were desperately typing hard on the keyboards I luckily found the name of some places in India that are not visited much by tourist but are worth visiting; Here, I am sharing a few of them: