India is said to be the land of tourist attractions offering some of the great landscapes in the world apart from some picture-perfect greens and wonders. Check out the list of some of the best and must-see natural and scenic attractions to get the best escape from mundane life.
It is one of the remotest destinations in India. Located in Ladakh, the Zanskar mountain range is separating Ladakh and Spiti. Zanskar range is the home of highest mountain peaks of Himachal Pradesh.
The Mandovi River creates the stunning and dazzling white waterfalls every monsoon which falls through the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary on the Karnataka and Goa Border. As the name suggests, Dudhsagar falls look exactly like the Sea of Milk. It is the most powerful falls and the fifth tallest water fall in India. It provides the most stunning natural views.
The vast salt marsh of the Rann of Kutch is categorized into two major parts – the Little Rann of Kutch and the Great Rann of Kutch. It is located in the Kutch District. As the name suggests, it has Thar Desert on one side and barren land on the other side which was once an ocean, due to which it is capped with salt content. The salt spread over the land makes it look like the surface of moon when you flock here at night. You can spot the unique flora and fauna here like the well known Desert Fox, Indian Wild Ass, and Blackbuck.
It is one of the most anticipated and visited national parks in India. It is stretched over Balaghat and Mandla districts of Madhya Pradesh. The well known Rudyard Kipling’s novel, “The Jungle Book” and its characters were inspired from this jungle. It is well known for its Tiger Reserve which is a conservative zone that has lush green meadows and deep forest that is the home of royal Bengal Tigers.
The abode of clouds, Meghalaya in Northeastern part of India is well known for several caves positioned deep into the jungle. Some of the caves are known to be the deepest and longest in the world. Krem Liat Prah cave is the longest cave in India. It is one of the longest natural caves in Indian subcontinent. It is up to 31 km long.
It is the smallest hill station on the Western Ghats in India. It is located in Raigad District. It is a well-known tourist destination in Maharashtra. Many tourists flock here to beat the heat in summers. You should enjoy the ride in Matheran Hill Railway, which is among the six mountain railways in the country.
Munsiyari is a hill station located in the snow-capped mountain peaks of the mighty Himalayas. It is truly a trekkers’ destination at the Pithoragarh Dist of Uttarakhand. It is the base for several treks of the Himalayan ranges.
The jewel of desert, Jaisalmer is positioned around the capital city, Jaipur Rajasthan. It is the golden city which is famous for its huge fort, Jain temples, and palaces apart from the camel safari and golden Sand Dunes.
It is the best combination of exotic beaches, coral reefs, stunning islands, water sports and blue lagoons. The Kalpeni, Kavaratti, Kadmath and Minicoy islands are well known for coral reef tour.
Last but not the least; the backwaters of Kerala are known to be the chain of brackish lagoons equivalent to the Malabar Coast and Arabian Sea. The backwaters of Alleppey and Alappuzha are the gateway to the network of brackish lagoons.