Earlier, when covid-19 cases were uprising day by day, the state government and central government support have imposed lockdown in their respective states to ensure people’s safety. In the lockdown phase, people were allowed to buy only essential items during a specific period. The government is planning to uplift the lockdown in several stages, and from the past one, we all are buffed up sitting our homes. Below mentioned are the offbeat and unique places to go once corona lockdown is over.
This heavenly place is the northeast state of India, also called Scotland of India. Meghalaya is a one-stop destination for all; it has excellent food, fun activities, cultural programs, known for orchids, and to explore Meghalaya, you will need a minimum of 6 days. The five significant festivals of the state are Behdeinkhlam Festival, Shad Suk Mynsiem, Nongkrem Festival, Wangala, ShadSukra. They are hosted from April to May, where you can witness the rich and heritage culture of Meghalaya.
Best time to explore: Summer – March to June
Alleppey and Kumarakom Kerala backwaters are heroic among the south coast visitors, but the new addition to the family is Ashtamudi Lake, located about 70kms from the state’s capital city. Ashtamudi Lake has eight backwaters and a protected area for birds, and it comes under the most offbeat places for enjoying the traditional boat ride in Kerala.
Best time to explore: Monsoon – June to September
If you are a beach junkie and loves driving, you can’t miss Muzhappilangad Beach, located approximately 80kms from Kozhikode, Kerala. Muzhappilangad Beach is one of the longest drive-in beaches globally and is heaven for nature and fitness lovers. It offers scenic views, perfect for Instagram pictures, and endangered birds are viewed very easily. The 5.5kms beach length is ideal for a beach show.
4. Chota Kashmir, Mumbai
Aarey forest, also known as Chota Kashmir, tops the less crowded place near Mumbai to visit after lockdown. This was founded by the central government and declared as a reserve forest. Later is developed by the state government to explore the wildlife that is Sanjay Gandhi National Park. Along with that, a large recreational area has been created to enjoy the rides and food court to eat.
Best time to explore: All Year
5. Rewalsar Lake
Suppose you prefer visiting hill stations, and also a little bit spiritual. In that case, Rewalsar lake town is the ideal destination to visit around Delhi, and as suggested by its name, the city is built around Rewalsar Lake. This place is a hub for the Buddhist, Sikh, and Jain communities and is home to several monasteries and temples built around the lake. The site is located in the Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh which is a 7-hour drive from Delhi.
Best time to explore: March to October
Most of us enjoy traveling, and we all have travel restrictions due to covid-19, but the limits will uplift soon. But we have to travel by keeping the corona guidelines in mind, and that’s it is advised to explore less crowded places around you.