5 Isolated Places To Visit In India After The Lockdown Ends

It’s been months of being stuck inside, and all the heart craves is travel. With restrictions being lifted slowly, It is just a matter of time when the lockdown will end and travelling will become a reality again. 

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Here’s for the traveller in you! We bring you 5 beautiful places you can visit as soon as the lockdown ends.

Nako, Himachal Pradesh 

Nako is a quaint little village located in the Kinnaur District of Himachal Pradesh. Located on the banks of Nako river, it is completely untouched and promises breathtaking views of the Himalayas.

How to reach: 

  • The nearest railway station and airport to Nako is Shimla (312 km), where cabs are easily available to reach Nako.


Butterfly Beach, Goa 

Looking for some quiet time in Goa? The lesser-explored Butterfly Beach is perfect. It is a semi-circular beach and is undoubtedly one of the most scenic beaches in the country. This beach is perfect for spotting different kinds of butterflies as well as a host of marine life.

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How to reach: 

  • Goa is connected via flights, trains and buses from all the major Indian cities. 
  • To reach the Butterfly Beach, travellers have to take a boat ride from Palolem or Agonda. 
  • If you are into hiking, a two-hour trek from Palolem will take you straight to this gorgeous place. 

Haflong, Assam 

Haflong is a lovely hill station located in Assam that boasts of rich wildlife, lush green rolling hills and a serene ambience. It is the perfect destination for nature lovers! 

How to reach: 

  • The nearest airport is Silchar, Assam (30 km). 
  • Haflong train station is connected by trains from major cities of the country. 

Athirapally, Kerala

Athirapally is famous as the land of rivers, forests and waterfalls. It is home to the largest waterfall in Kerala and its lush vegetation supports diverse species of birds and animals. It is the perfect place to visit if you wish to disconnect from the world!

How to reach: 

  • Cochin international airport is the nearest airport to Athirapally (55 km).
  • The nearest railway station to Athirapally is Chalakudy (30 km). 

Jawai, Rajasthan 

Jawai bandh is one of the unexplored spots in Rajasthan. It has now become popular for its leopard spottings. Although, it is also home to cranes, flamingos, and other migratory birds. This place promises both the colourful Rajasthani culture and adventurous wildlife experience.

How to reach: 

  • The closest airport to Jawai Bandh is Udaipur (77 km). 
  • Jawai Bandh is well-connected via trains from all major cities. The closest railway station is Jawai Bandh and Keshavganj. 

Are you excited to travel post-lockdown? Don’t forget to explore one of these amazing destinations!