7 June 2014

5 Best Places to Calm Your Soul in India

Most of us find peace in the nature’s lap and viewing its serene surroundings. For this reason, travelers know where and when to explore these tranquility filled destinations. It’s very important to break out from the regular routine of yours and step into the places where your soul can relax and you can rejuvenate yourself.

There are many places on our planet which offer a peaceful environment that don’t make us regret for abandoning the chaos of urban city. Here, below are top 5 Indian places to visit which offer tranquility at its best to all body, mind and soul.

Abbott Mount, Uttarakhand: Perched at an elevation of about 6500ft, this place of Abbot Mount is a perfect picturesque that offers the Great Himalayan view from its top. Abbott Mount was named after a British man, who discovered it named John Abbott. Here is a place famous for birding, trekking and photography. Mountain peaks are seen touching the sky tops when you stand in the valley. Here, you surroundings are quiet and calm which are long away from the traffic. You can take the sun going down at dusk.

Shoja, Himachal Pradesh: A not so famous place in India whose scenic views are breathtaking once seen. The place of Shoja is located near Kullu and is a 38 km approach from Aut to Shoja. This path is lined with many beautiful apple orchards and exotic flower bearing flora. Once you reach Shoja, you will be mesmerized on experiencing the silence and beauty here for real. Tourists, who visit the Great Himalayan National Park, do visit and hike the place for their fun trip.

Mokokchung, Nagaland: in the lands of the Misty Moiuntains, Nagaland holds a special place called the Mokokchung. It is home to the Ao Nagas tribe and is a must visit place. Once you visit here, you can explore and fix your spot here. You should visit the Longkhum which is nearby only. It’s a place believed by the locals that tourists leave their soul here the first time they visit and must return to get it back. Sundays are kept as the days for the locals to join prayers in the Baptist Church. You can also experience the beautiful lake with a rope bridge.

Triund, Himachal Pradesh: The lofty peaks of Himachal Pradesh hold the Triund which is full of sudden steeps and rocky paths. Here, one moment you are trotting up a steep path with a mountain to your left and a deep valley to the right. And then, at the last step, where there is a sharp turn, you are in to a green meadow elevated at 9326 ft above sea level. Here the flora is surrounded by the Dhauladhar range having snow capped peaks. It is also believed that once you enter Triund you don’t want to pause your feet.

Ziro Valley, Arunachal Pradesh: Arunachal Pradesh has a place named the Ziro Valley which is reckoned as the World Heritage Site because of its natural beauty. The capital of Arunachal Pradesh, Itanagar, has a four-hour mountain drive that takes you to Ziro valley. It is the picturesque of the state and is rich with flora-fauna of the region. Here, the Apatani tribe is the inhabitants which grow rice here and the paddy fields are a beautiful site to view. You can visit here during summers where temperatures as cool and avoid visiting the places during the monsoons.

So, what are you waiting for? Set yourself and head to these exotic places to be with yourself and to admire nature and its beauty.


  1. Himachal Pradesh is one of my favorite tourist destinations in India. I have been there a month ago before my corning glass center tour with my wife. It is famous for its abundant natural beauty. It is the least urbanized state in India with nearly 90% of population living in rural area, but the Shimla district is comparatively urbanized with nearly 25% population living in an urban area.

  2. India having variation in their culture, food style, clothing etc; due to this many tourist get attract towards India. You can plan your vacation in India with your loved ones and enjoy it.