Beautiful Himalayan Villages in India that You must Visit

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Himalaya is one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in the world.These mountains are calm, quiet, and full of tranquillity. We feel so much better here. It feels like you are so close to nature. Big cities of Himalayan range like Shimla got ruined by millions of tourists but there are small villages out there which are still pretty far away from our stressful life.

Here is the list of beautiful Himalayan Villages:-

A)Malana, Himachal Pradesh

Ask any backpacker, he or she will swear by this incredible Himachali destination. The people here are supposedly the ancestors of Alexander the Great, and that makes it all the more interesting. Quiet, beautiful, and very isolated, the village is an experience that you will never forget. Its tiny wooden houses add to the charm of the whole village. There are some coveted treks nearby that you could embark on, such as the Kheerganga Trek.

B)Takdah, West Bengal

A hamlet in the Darjeeling district of West Bengal, Takdah is home to all the charms of the eastern Himalayas. Check into a lovely homestay, and enjoy the misty air of the hills here, sans the crowd. Takdah is also quite the destination for long walks, amidst the pine, and cedar forests you will find nature’s arresting allure. Of course, not to forget the incredible views of the Himalayas and the tea gardens.

C)Lachung, Sikkim

Located near India’s border with Tibet, Lachung is North Sikkim’s outstanding destination. Sitting at an altitude of 8858 ft, you will find yourself surrounded by snow-capped mountains in Lachung. It is about 118 km from Gangtok, so the journey is going to be quite a long one. Here, you can also see apple, peach, and apricot orchards. A delightful place with some of the most delightful experiences.

D)Kausani, Uttarakhand

Ask any backpacker, he or she will swear by this incredible Himachali destination. The people here are supposedly the ancestors of Alexander the Great, and that makes it all the more interesting. Quiet, beautiful, and very isolated, the village is an experience that you will never forget. Its tiny wooden houses add to the charm of the whole village. There are some coveted treks nearby that you could embark on, such as the Kheerganga Trek.

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