Forget the notification sound and take a break in the proper sense

Forget the notification sound and take a break in the proper sense
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Checking emails, replying to messages or surfing randomly be it anything we can’t keep our hands off the smart phones. With so much hyper-connectivity, we’ve really forgotten how to connect with ourselves even on vacations. These are some of the quaintest destinations in India which, for the good have poor or absolutely no network reception. 

Checking emails, replying to messages or surfing randomly be it anything we can’t keep our hands off the smart phones. With so much hyper-connectivity, we’ve really forgotten how to connect with ourselves even on vacations. These are some of the quaintest destinations in India which, for the good have poor or absolutely no network reception.

Changlang, Arunachal Pradesh
Surrounded by scenic mountains, the eastern mountain ranges here enjoy the first rays of the sun every morning. And if its natural beauty and mountains don't do enough for you, then the tiger reserve or the World War II cemetery will definitely make this a must visit place for you.

Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh
Also known as mini Switzerland, Khajjiar is a hill station in the Chamba district in Himachal Pradesh. The lake and thick pine forest offer a different feeling to life altogether.

Lungthung-Dhupidhara, Sikkim
Located at almost 11,500 feet above sea level, the village is perched on a hilltop with the view of Mt Kachenjunga. July is when the wildflowers make the mountains their home once the snow starts to melt.

Chitkul, Himachal Pradesh
A small village located in Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh is the last inhabited village near the Indo-China border. The mountains, the clear sky and the snow in the winters make this a perfect getaway to spend some quality time with self.

Zanskar, Jammu & Kashmir
Sub-district of Kargil, Zanskar lies in the eastern side of Jammu and Kashmir. Situated at roughly 25,000 feet above sea level, this place will definitely make you forget the sound of your notifications.

Kheerganga, Himachal Pradesh
It is said that Lord Shiva meditated here for 3,000 years. So if you are looking to get away then kick start your motorcycle and head to Kheerganga because that's the best way to experience this place.

Nako, Himachal Pradesh
Nako is located near the east end of the Kinnaur Valley. The Nako lake and the sacred monastery are few of the attractions of this village. Also an ideal place to enjoy the Himalayan range on one side and Tibetan mountains on the other.

Agumbe, Karnataka
Scenic beauty and biodiversity are two words that define Agumbe. Kunchikal Falls, Barkana Falls, Onake Abbi Falls are a few waterfalls there. Located is some hidden corner of the Western Ghats, Agumbe is the kind of break we all need from civilisation and commercialisation.

Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh
Also called as the "Middle Land," Spiti is a trans-Himalayan terrain located in the north-eastern part of Himachal Pradesh. It is home to a number of monasteries and two of the most beautiful lakes in the world - the Dhankar lake and Chandra Taal lake.

Ranni Reserve Forest, Kerala
Gavi is a village in the Pathanamthitta district of Kerala located deep inside the Ranni reserve forest. Blessed with rich flora and fauna, this village is extremely close to the Periyar Tiger reserve. Trekking and a walk to see the Sabarimala viewpoint are few of the activities one can indulge in there.

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