Top places to visit in north India to avoid crowd

Here we have seen another year passing through in front of our eyes. And I must say we all have the question that what we have done this year so far. I am instead trying to get out of my place and have peaceful trip. But we all know how much traffic is on the way of Manali/Kasol/Shimla or so called perfect place to plan new year. Trust me these are over rated places which caused over population on several holiday seasons. 

I was searching out some places which are lesser in traffic and hidden gems of Himalayas. Here you can check it out.


Way to mini Thailand of Jibhi

Jibhi, in the Tirthan Valley of Himachal Pradesh, is sometimes described as a captivating “hamlet” that is surrounded by multicolored mountains and nestled among beautiful green trees. This location is worthwhile because of the verdant temples, peaceful freshwater lakes, and thick pine trees. After viewing this location, you will be enthralled and reluctant to leave. An extra feature that gives you the impression of living in the Victorian era are the warm cottages decorated in the Victorian style. So relax in the lap of nature with a cup of chai and listen to the lovely chirping of the birds.


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This beautiful silent place in the lap of mountains is situated approximately 35 kilometers separate the little cantonment town of Landour, which is adjacent to Mussoorie, from the metropolis of Dehradun in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. Northern India’s twin cities of Mussoorie and Landour are well-known hill stations from the British Raj era.


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Khajjiar popularly known as Mini-Switzerland of India. Also it is the place which is discovered by Bollywood before Travelers. Movies like ‘Lootera’ starer Ranveer Singh and Sonakshi Sinha based on “Last Leaf” shot at this place.


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The stunning grandeur of the little-known Shangarh village in Himachal Pradesh is sure to leave you awestruck. After your experience with Shangarh, it will be a secret that you would not want to share. Rekindle your passion of the outdoors and take it easy in this charming community. Situated in the Sainj Valley, Shangarh has something for everyone. If you are interested in trekking, traveling alone, Indian mythology, or unbroken Shanti (peace), here is the perfect place for you. Find out why you ought to go to Shangarh by reading on.


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Kanatal is a charming tiny village located about 80 kilometers from Dehradun. One of the main reasons the charming Uttarakhand hill village remains off the tourist map is that it is only 12 miles from Mussoorie. One of the main reasons the charming Uttarakhand hill village remains off the tourist map is that it is only 12 miles from Mussoorie. Situated on the Chamba-Mussoorie route, the village is an ideal calm getaway from Delhi, just 300 kilometers away.



Kalpa enjoys stunning vistas of apple orchards, verdant forests, and snow-capped mountains all around it. Perched at 2,960 meters above sea level, the village provides expansive vistas of the Kinner Kailash mountain range.


Kareri Village

Kareri Village is the beginning point of Kareri trek. In winters trek will closed due to heavy snowfall but you can enjoy breathtaking views of the village is ultimately peaceful and away from crowd. This place is situated 30km from Dharamshala and completely accessable.


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In the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh sits the hill station of Palampur. It is well-known for its tea gardens, which include the leaf-processing Palampur Cooperative Tea Factory. Within Bundla Chasm, a waterfall empties into a creek.

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