India's 8 Hidden Destinations to Explore

Majuli (Assam): Located on the banks of the Brahmaputra River, Majuli is also known to have the world's largest river island. The place is famously known for its Sataras that have been disappearing slowly for the past few years due to constant floods and land erosion. Majuli once has 65 Sataras and the number has reduced to 22 at present. Apart from its scenic beauty, Majuli presents a rich culture with very good natured and hospitable people. They have cultural exhibitions that show the traditions of these people, the variety of food they eat and their art and culture. UNESCO is considering Majuli to be one of the places under the World Cultural Heritage sight and the Indian government is trying hard to save this place from the destruction of the Brahmaputra.

Athirapilly Falls (Kerala): Also known as the 'Niagara Falls of India', is one place in Kerala that always lures visitors from all over the world because of its beautiful surroundings and lush green forests.

This 80ft. high fall is considered as the largest waterfall in Kerala and has been the shooting location for many movies like, Raavan, Dil Se, Guru, Paiyaa, and many more. Not only is this place famous for the amazing waterfall, it is also the house of many rare species of animals like the Kochin Forest Cane Turtle, Great Indian Hornbill, the Lion-Tailed Macaque, and the Nilgiri Langur. Athirapilly Falls is an apt place for nature lovers who want to soak their eyes with the purity of nature.
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