Travel to 10 ‘no network zone’ of India
Have you ever thought why we require mobile network or internet connectivity when we have come on a vacation? The most obvious answer from most of them will be to update status and photographs on facebook, snapchat and other kinds of social media. But, there are few people who feel it is unnecessary to do so because they believe travelling equals spending time with ourselves rather than being connected with friends. But sometimes I feel that we require network and connectivity for safety purposes. In the age of twitter and facebook, it is hard to believe that there still exist places that do not have network and internet connectivity. It is unimaginable to lead a life without network and internet connectivity. Here are 10 popular tourist places claimed to be ‘no network zone’ of India.
(1) Agumbe, Karnataka
Agumbe is known as Home Of King Cobras and a UNESCO declared World Heritage Site. It is also believed that this place is more famous for wandering souls. This is one of the most cut-off areas where it is pretty obvious that there is a complete evasion of the network. This place is tucked in a corner of Western Ghats.
(2) Changlang, Arunachal Pradesh
Chanlang in Arunachal Pradesh is known for road journeys and virgin beauty. This place also belongs to the list of unexplored places and no network zone in India. ‘Hell’s Pass village’ and ‘Lake of No Return’ are few famous tourist places in Changlang.
(3) Ice Kingdom, Zanskar, Jammu&Kahmir
Famously known as ‘heaven on earth’, Jammu and Kashmir also has few places that are termed as no network zone of India. One of them is the Ice Kingdom in Zanskar (Jammu Kashmir) which is known for its natural beauty and is fully covered with ice. This place is mainly famous for ice rafting.
(4) Valley of flowers, Uttarakhand
Valley of flowers is a national park in Uttarakhand and is claimed to be a no network zone of India. This place will hold your breath as it has wonderful sights of many different beautiful, attractive flowers. A 10km trek in this place will melt you to the beauty f nature. This valley is covered by snow-capped mountains along with 300 different varieties of alpine flowers. This is the best place to come and enjoy the beauty of nature and add colour to your smoke and dust-filled eyes.
(5) Kheerganga, Himachal Pradesh
Kheerganga is located on the highest point of Himachal Pradesh and is far away from the city. This place can be reached only by trekking. The beautiful meadow welcomes you as you climb up the mountain and surrounded by giant snow-covered mountains. Kheeraganga is known for the hot water spring and it is a no network zone in India.
(6)Chitkul, Himachal Pradesh
Chitkul is a village on the Indo-Tibetan border. It sounds cool to have a trip to this place. It not only sounds cool but a travel and trip to this place are the best as you will have a chance to view snow filled mountains surrounding the village, green lush grass covering your feet and domestic animals grazing everywhere in this place. Chitkul is also a no network zone of India. This place is also visited more by the tourists like the way they give a visit to Manali and Shimla.
(7) North-East India
The remote places of North-East are all no network zone. North-East India is a growing tourist place in India and most of the places here are unexplored. The main tourist places include many hills, mountain ranges (Himalayan mountain ranges) and lakes.
Sikkim is the best place to have a relaxing time surrounded by mountains. From this place, you can clearly see the view of Kanchenjunga range and this is a place that you must visit at least once in your lifetime. Lungthung-Dhupidhara in Sikkim is a no network zone in India.
(9) Dandeli, Karnataka
Dandeli in Karnataka is famous for trekking, wildlife safaris, and white water rafting. It is also known for its nature beauty and has no proper network connection.
(10) Swargarohini, Uttarakhand
Swargarohini is the highest peak in the Gangotri range of mountain in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand. This mountain is the source for a number of rivers. This place also has poor or no network and internet connectivity. But, the place is so awesome that you will not require any connection with anyone. You feel that the snow covered mountain will touch the sky very soon. The view is very beautiful.
The no network zones of India have network and connectivity problem but it is worth visiting these places as each of them offer you beautiful and different lifetime experience.