Villages in India that you must visit once

India is a country of wonderful valleys, lush greenery, and quaint beaches. While many foreigners come to explore our country, most of us are not aware of the beautiful places that are just as pretty as international travel destinations. Famous states, districts, and hill stations see a huge footfall of tourists but there are many villages in our country that are no less than hidden gems and still remain unexplored alleys. 

If you are keen on discovering the gems of your own country, here are some splendid villages in India that you must visit once if you are an avid traveler. 

Khonoma, Nagaland

This village has a population of fewer than 3000 people and is a great place to visit if you are looking to explore the local life of Nagaland. There may not be fancy restaurants or luxury stays but the scenic beauty of the place will makes up for it. 

Mawlynnong, Meghalaya

This village once held the title of Asia’s cleanest village and if you wouldn’t mind a road trip then this village is also a hundred Kilometer by road from Shillong. The clear skies and clean air of the place will help you unwind and relax close to nature. There are places around where you can go for trekking. 

Kila Raipur, Ludhiana

If you want to see the real Punjab thriving in its authentic form then this is the place to be. This village is known to host annual rural Olympics in the month of February and you can of course find the best Punjabi food, lassi, and many more things during your stay. 

 Bir Billing, Himachal Pradesh

If you have seen most parts of Himachal and still can’t get enough of its beauty then head to Bir Billing for an amazing experience. Apart from pretty view and scenery, this place is ideal for people seeking adventure sports. 

Mirik, West Bengal

Another unexplored gem, this village is surrounded by green valleys and lakes with gorgeous views. This village is situated between Darjeeling hills and there is a lot you can find about the local traditions and how people live there. 

Which village are you planning to visit first?