Top 10 Must Visit Places for Introverts in India

The real peace of mind and relaxation is sometimes achieved in the solitude amidst nature, without being troubled by any noise of the daily routine of life. Working all day, surrounded by people with only expectation, sometimes the heart wants to break free and be in a place where no one interferes with its peace. Here are few places to visit, amidst nature.

1. Leh Ladhak

Ladhak is one the best places for introverts, silent and beautiful. The north most state of India, the head of our mother land is home to the enticing beauty of Ladhak. The heavenly landscapes like the view of Himalayas from the bottom, the beautiful lakes and highways, the dazzling scenery and much more at almost every stop will not let you pack your camera even for a minute. Pangong Lake is undoubted the most heavenly delight for everyone out there, Zanskar valley, Taglang-La, Khardhung-La, just as amazing as the names sound, places with unmatched beauty with any other place on the map of India.


2. Rann of Kutch

The Rann of Kutch is a seasonal salt marsh. It is located in the Thar Desert of Kutch district in Gujrat. The international border between Pakistan and India is marked by the Kutch. One of the most beautiful view here is the view of the full moon. The serene atmosphere and the angelic beauty of the gulf is where the calmness can be enjoyed to the fullest. The beautiful sunset and sunrise, a silent walk through the desert, are one of the most blissful experiences of life.


3. Munnar – Kerala

A little more than the average hill stations, Munnar is a paradise located in southern India. The lush greenery relinquishing almost every inch of the place is the major beautifying factor of the hill station. And there is no beauty which matches the beauty of nature. The beautiful magnificent clouds, still waters of the lake, the foggy sunrise and sunset, the vast tea estates and the backwater landscapes of Munnar are soothing to the depth of your heart. The best relaxing therapy in a place like this could be just sitting and having tea, watching the enticing beauty of nature.


4. Mcleodganj – Himachal Pradesh

Mcleodganj is also called Little Lhasa since it is home to a large number of Tibetan refugees. Mcleodganj is a small town in Dhauladhar mountain range famous for its natural beauty and Buddhist culture. Buddhism is known for its harmonious religious beliefs. There are old temples, waterfalls, monasteries, forested areas, small villages and many other places of interest which attract numerous visitors from all over the world. A trek through the oaks and cedars of Tirund, will refresh you and free you of all the worries.


5. Ziro valley

Situated in the beautiful state of Arunachal Pradesh, not far from the capital city Itanagar, is the charismatic Ziro valley. The place is especially known for the solo travelers, accompanied only by their wandering thoughts and the tranquility of nature. The dazzling weather of the place only adds to the satisfaction that the heart seeks. Leaving all the worries of the materialistic world, enjoy, refresh and discover yourself in the peaceful valley.


6. Kausani

Kausani is also called the “Switzerland of India”. It is a 300 km wide, marvelous paranormal view of several peaks of the Himalayas. It is about 40 km from Bageshwar District of Uttarakhand. The place is known for its spectacular view and the ashrams around the city. There are also tea Gardens nearby. One can enjoy the serene treks of the hills and mountains here and take pleasure in the magnificent view of the peaks. Kausani is a heaven to all the silent and peace loving introverts. People can let themselves and surrender to the beauty of nature, the views of the mountains here.


7. Pondicherry

Colonized after the entry of Dutch, Portuguese and French, Pondicherry developed into a beautiful systematically planned union territory of India. Pondicherry is also the largest union territory of India. The Rocky Beach of Pondicherry is a real felicity with the soothing sound of waves hitting the rocky shores, especially when taking an early morning walk or a late night expedition around the beach. The Auroville ashram, found the peace around the world is also located in the French colony and not far from the city is the main Auroville ashram and the golden meditation hall. Pondicherry indeed is a peaceful place for a self-observer.


8. Hampi – Karnataka

Remnants of the historical dynasties make Hampi-Badami an essential destination in North Karnataka. The majestic rock caves which date back to 540 DC is what draws tourists from around the country and abroad. The inscribed walls and pillars of the temple do not just display the artistic skills of the old dynasties but they also depict the secular living standards of the dynasty. The city is a UNESCO heritage site.The amazing architecture of the temples and the beautiful stories behind the temples and the sculptures are all intriguing to the end.


9. Shantiniketan – West Bengal

Found by Maharishi Devendranath Tagore, and continued to expand by his son Rabindranath Tagore, is now developing into a Viswa-Bhartiya University. The main motto of the University was to learn amidst nature. The life at Shantiniketan is slow yet mesmerizing and makes you feel like a part of nature. The place tells you about the importance of learning in nature. It also showcases the life of the Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore and his awe- inspiring literary work. Shantiniketan brings warmth to the heart and inspires to spend more time with nature and learn in open rather than getting consumed by the technology.


10. Khasi hills – Meghalaya

The lavish green hills, the part of Gharo-Khasi-Jaintia hills are located in the subtropical region of Meghalaya. The high rainfall and clean atmosphere around the Khasi hill is a delight to the soul. These hills are further divided into west and east Khasi hills. The breathtaking landscapes will consume your soul and mind and relax you. The hills are famous for the intriguing and exploring nature of the place. There are also a number of Waterfalls in the hills at many stops. The place is worth a visit for all the silence and nature lovers.


As said, “I am rarely bored alone; I am often bored in groups and crowds.” Sometimes, solitude is all we need to refresh ourselves and these places are perfect getaway destinations for any traveler who wants to keep things in himself/herself. Do give a shout out and like our Facebook page for more awesome content!

Contributor: Akshita Srivastava

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