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Most stunning Indian villages you MUST visit!

HolidayIQ.com logo HolidayIQ.com 01-07-2016

These villages redefine what it is like to experience solitude surrounded by scenic landscapes. So, pack your bags today to have the time of your lives.

Kasol: This pristine village is an ideal place to just be and let go. Walk through and chill around with sceneries and landscapes borrowed from paradise and a distinct culture from its frequent Israeli visitors. - 21 Sightseeings © wikimedia This pristine village is an ideal place to just be and let go. Walk through and chill around with sceneries and landscapes borrowed from paradise and a distinct culture from its frequent Israeli visitors. - 21 Sightseeings

1. Kasol:

This pristine village is an ideal place to just be and let go of all the worries. Walk through the scenic landscapes, which appear as if they have been borrowed from paradise.

Ziro: HolidayIQ Traveller Sunil says, "An amazing experience altogether. Beautiful scenes. Ziro located in mountain is so beautiful and cool. Loved the place. The Shiv Linga located on the mountain top is a must watch for sure. " - 14 Sightseeings © wikimedia HolidayIQ Traveller Sunil says, "An amazing experience altogether. Beautiful scenes. Ziro located in mountain is so beautiful and cool. Loved the place. The Shiv Linga located on the mountain top is a must watch for sure. " - 14 Sightseeings

2. Ziro:

Ziro is a small village located on a mountain in Arunachal Pradesh. The Shiv Linga located on the mountain top is a must watch for sure. 

Kumaon: HolidayIQ Traveller MD Faizi says, “Kumaon is a good place for a holiday with friends. You can trek in the jungles, feel nature in the most pure form and spot various wildlife. We took an elephant ride. ” - 7 Sightseeings © wikimedia HolidayIQ Traveller MD Faizi says, “Kumaon is a good place for a holiday with friends. You can trek in the jungles, feel nature in the most pure form and spot various wildlife. We took an elephant ride. ” - 7 Sightseeings

3. Kumaon:

Kumaon is a great place for a holiday with friends. You can trek in the jungles, feel the nature in the most pure form and if you are lucky you can also spot some wildlife.

Chitkul: HolidayIQ Traveler Sudhir Kalra says, “Last village on Indian side of border, which is accessible by road. Nothing but pure nature in its glory! It is a very small village with hardly any people around, and their livelihood depends on tourism.” - 7 Sightseeings © wikimedia HolidayIQ Traveler Sudhir Kalra says, “Last village on Indian side of border, which is accessible by road. Nothing but pure nature in its glory! It is a very small village with hardly any people around, and their livelihood depends on tourism.” - 7 Sightseeings

4. Chitkul:

This is the last village on Indian side of border, which is accessible by road. It is nothing but pure nature in its glory! It is a very small village with hardly any people around, and their livelihood depends solely on tourism. 

Gokarna Village: Apart from being a religious town, Gokarna is also known for its beaches. Om Beach, Gokarna Beach, Half Moon Beach, Kudle Beach and Paradise or Full Moon Beaches are some of the well known beaches of the place. - 21 Sightseeings © flickr Apart from being a religious town, Gokarna is also known for its beaches. Om Beach, Gokarna Beach, Half Moon Beach, Kudle Beach and Paradise or Full Moon Beaches are some of the well known beaches of the place. - 21 Sightseeings

5. Gokarna Village:

Apart from being a religious town, Gokarna is also known for its beaches. Om Beach, Gokarna Beach, Half Moon Beach, Kudle Beach and Paradise or Full Moon Beaches are some of the well known beaches in this place.

Khibber: HolidayIQ Traveller Anshuman says, "Weathered and barren landscapes, a bleak high altitude desert. This is Spiti – ‘Surely the Gods live here; this is no place for men.’ as proclaimed by Rudyard Kipling." - 15 Sightseeings © wikimedia HolidayIQ Traveller Anshuman says, "Weathered and barren landscapes, a bleak high altitude desert. This is Spiti – ‘Surely the Gods live here; this is no place for men.’ as proclaimed by Rudyard Kipling." - 15 Sightseeings

6. Khibber:

Weathered and barren landscapes, and a bleak high altitude desert - welcome to Khibber village in Spiti. Rudyard Kipling rightly said about this place, "Surely the Gods live here; this is no place for men." 

Malana is located below the Chanderkhani Pass. The hamlet comprises a small cluster of around 200 stone roof houses. The temple of Jamlu, dedicated to the spirit of village God Jamlu, is a highlight of the village. - 44 Sightseeings © wikimedia Malana is located below the Chanderkhani Pass. The hamlet comprises a small cluster of around 200 stone roof houses. The temple of Jamlu, dedicated to the spirit of village God Jamlu, is a highlight of the village. - 44 Sightseeings

7. Malana:

Malana is located below the Chanderkhani Pass in Himachal Pradesh. The hamlet comprises a small cluster of around 200 stone roof houses. The temple of Jamlu, dedicated to the spirit of village God Jamlu, is a highlight of the village.

Mawlynnong: This village is Asia's cleanest village and also has the distinction of having a matrilineal society. - 41 Sightseeings © wikimedia This village is Asia's cleanest village and also has the distinction of having a matrilineal society. - 41 Sightseeings

8. Mawlynnong:

This village is Asia's cleanest village and also has the distinction of having a matrilineal society.

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