Miss Travelling? Check Out 5 Offbeat Places That You Can Cherish For Virtual Vacays

I know it’s difficult to accept the truth but 2020 already have ruined our travel plans, but not entirely! It’s true what they say—when one door closes, another one opens. We may not be allowed to go on vacations right now physically, but it has definitely unlatched the doors for virtual tours. Some of the places which are like every traveller’s dream places are now allowing us to check virtual tours. Talk about the bright side! Scroll down to check out the 5 offbeat places that you can cherish for virtual vacays right now.


For those who are want to visit Goa, watch this as this is offbeat Goa vibes give you the complete beach views of Goa. Not only beaches but also you can surely enjoy a different kind of Goa this time.

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2.Jim Corbett

Have you thought that in Jim Corbett you actually can do a lot of things and visit loads of offbeat places apart from Jungle safari? Do you know the place still exists where Jim Corbett produced movies? One of the oldest iron foundations is still standing with all historical value and ghosts are still laughing there…

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Kankhal is a small town in Haridwar and very famous for the house of Daksha Prajapati. In Mythology, it is said that Daksha, father of Devi Sati and father in law of Mahadev had his house or palace here in Kankhal. The famous “SatiKund” also situated here, where Devi Sati laid down her life in this kund.  Mentioned in Mahabharata, Kankhal is one of the Panchatirtha within Haridwar. 

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Bodoland, which is predominantly inhabited by the tribal Bodo people, is an autonomous territory spreading over the extreme north part of Assam by the foothills of Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh. To promote river tourism and to provide a livelihood opportunity for local people this festival was initiated by Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC). Started in 2016-17 with the name of “Aie river winter festival’ later changed its name to “DWIJING festival” to showcase the river “Aie” and its importance in front of the world.

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Do you know there is a mesmerizing heavenly hill station situated just 80 km away from Mumbai? Mumbai is a densely populated city and this hill station called Matheran just opposite to Mumbai in terms of nature and views. The weather dropped down suddenly when you cross the toll of Mumbai. 

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So, tell me how do you like to travel all these virtual places with me? 

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14 thoughts on “Miss Travelling? Check Out 5 Offbeat Places That You Can Cherish For Virtual Vacays

  1. Bodoland seems a great option. Just bit shocked to see Goa too in the list as offbeat ;-). A great list for sure

  2. 2020 is the year of all virtual and yes we need to pacify ourselves watching the videos and photos of the places that we wanted to visit. Hope this pandemic ends soon and we may physically be at our favourite destinations.

  3. Wow, this was full of surprises. I never knew about some of the places which you mentioned above, but it honestly sounds like the perfect place for me and my family. It’s so beautiful

  4. These are all excellent places to visit, albeit right now only virtually. Goa of course has something new to offer every time you visit there. Jim Corbett is another of our favourites. Your videos surely make us feel that we are actually there. Nice curation of places for virtual travel.

  5. I had never heard of Kankhal before and that does look like a beautiful place. I will add that to my list. I don’t know when I can start traveling, definitely missing the free movement.

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