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Indians Can't Enter 6 Exotic Tourist Places In India

Tawang Arunachal Pradesh

India has emerged as one of the world’s prime tourist attractions. More and more Indians and people from foreign countries are visiting India to witness its splendor. Be it the stunning architecture of India’s historic monuments or the natural beauty of its hills, mountains, beaches, and rivers, there is something alluring for all kinds of travelers here. places to visit in India before you die.

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However, there are 6 amazing exotic destinations in India where irony is even Indians need a special permit to enter, in spite of 60 years of freedom!

Inner Line Permit is an Indian official travel document that allows the Indian citizen to travel into a protected area of the limited time period and a number of people. The borderline area of Indian geography required the special permit for domestic tourist and foreign travelers, such as most of the northeast states, Itanagar, Aizawl, Nicobar Islands and Rajasthan border area. Here is the list of 5 most beautiful and stunning places where you need an inner line permit to visit.

Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh

Tawang is both historically and naturally endowed. It is located at a distance of 183 Kms from Bomdila and is situated at an altitude of 3500 meters above sea level. The natural beauty and solitude of Gudpi and Chong-Chugmi ranges, Tawang-chu River and Tawang valley are very mesmerizing. The inhabitants of the districts are all of Monpa tribes except Shyo village which is dominated by people of Tibetian origin.

 Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh

Ziro Valley is one of the most beautiful hill station and a favorite town for World Heritage Site for its stunning natural beauty, mountainscape, and picturesque locations. The prettiest landscapes of Ziro Valley is located in the Lower Subansiri District in the state of Arunachal Pradesh and know for Apatani Tribe, Swayambhu Shivalingam, and Music festival

Aizawl, Mizoram

The capital city of Aizawl is known for Mizoram State Museum, ethnic Mizo people, Durtlang Hill station, and Baktawng Village the home of world's largest existing family. Places of interest in Aizawl also includes Khuangchera Puk, Berawtlang Tourist Complex, Bara Bazar and Reiek Tourist Resort also Football is the most popular sport in Mizoram.

Loktak Lake, Manipur

The largest freshwater lake in North -East India, Loktak Lake is famous for the floating phoo midis and also known as the only floating lake in the world. The only floating Keibul Lamjao National Park is home to the endangered sangai or Manipur brow-antlered deer and designated as one of the most important Ramsar wetlands sites in India.

Kohima, Nagaland

The hilly capital of Nagaland is the land of the Angami Naga tribe, located on the top of a high ridge. Kohima is also known as the Switzerland of Asia and one of the leading attractions in the state.

Changu Lake, Sikkim

Lake Tsomgo or Changu Lake is one of the glacial lakes in the East Sikkim and the lake remains frozen during the winter season. The frozen lake of Sikkim is surrounded by steep mountains and located in a restricted area so all Indians visiting the area require permits.

This post first appeared on An Ace Guide To Exotic Places In India, please read the originial post: here

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Indians Can't Enter 6 Exotic Tourist Places In India


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