India's 8 Hidden Destinations to Explore

BANGALORE: Tourism is one of the most important ways of getting revenue into a country and improving its economy. In India, the famous places receive the most revenue from tourism; but there are still some places that could also leave a person breathless. Here are some places that are yet to be discovered by foreigners and locals.
Lepchajagat (West Bengal): Lepchajagat, also known as a 'heaven for nature lovers and honeymooners', is a quiet place 19km away from Darjeeling.

This place literally means world of the Lepacha because it belonged to the Lepacha tribe of North Bengal, and is a very convenient diversion for people who are visiting Darjeeling. Lepchajagat, famously known for its majestic view of the Kanchenjunga peaks, is also becoming a popular site for bird watching because of the variety of birds that are found here. This hill station boasts of its beauty with densely forested areas consisting of oaks, pines, and rhododendrons. Lepchajagat is certainly one of those places that should be visited by people who love nature and want to feast their eyes on the beauty of this hill station.

Anantagiri (Andhra Pradesh): Ananatgiri is a fascinating hill station and resort which is one of the most fascinating places in Andhra Pradesh with its beautiful scenery and amazing attractions. Anantagiri is one place where everything ranging from beaches to national parks can be found. Some of the places worth visiting arein Anantagiri are Araku Valley, Bheemunipatnam Beach, Borra Cave, Simhachalam, Ramakrishna Beach, Rishikonda Beach, Dolphins Nose, Sri Venkateshwara Konda, Vuda Park and Indira Gandhi Zoological Park. Anantagiri is also filled with lots of forests that consist of mango trees, banyan trees, peepal trees, laburnum trees, and tamarind trees that provide shade and breeze during the hot days in summer.
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