World is full of beautiful and breathtaking places. Every country has some such places that bring those countries in the list of most beautiful countries.
But India is a country which has beauty of everything i.e., mountains, rivers, forest, water falls, desert and caves. Specifically, if you talk about natural beauty then no place is better than India. Every province of India has given this priceless gift of nature to its people which is seen by people from all over the world. Today, we are telling you the beautiful places of India.
Once you get the time, be sure to look at these places of India with your eyes.
1. Belum Cave, Andhra Pradesh:
Belum Caves is the second largest natural caves of the Indian subcontinent. It was discovered by Fute in 1854 and the length of the Belum cave is 3,229 meters.
2. Dal Lake, Jammu and Kashmir:
Dal lake is the second largest lake in Jammu which is surrounded by 3 hills. Mughal Vatika located nearby Dal lake adds more beauty to this lake. Dal Lake and the houseboat or shikara of this lake is the tourist attraction of this lake.
3. Andaman Island:
Time Magazine names Andaman’s beaches as the Best Beach in Asia. Fishing, Tracking, Elephant Ride, Sun Bathing, Swimming, Under Sea Walk and Scuba Diving are the main tourist attraction of Andaman Island.
4. Darjeeling Tea Garden, West Bengal:
Darjeeling and its tea gardens are famous at the world level. Here tea is grown in stairs on the hill slopes and it makes tea gardens look beautiful. Tourist come to see these tea gardens from all over the world.
5. Hoganakkal Falls, Kaveri River, Tamil Nadu:
In Dharampuri district of Tamil Nadu and 135 kilometers from Bengaluru, this fall is famous for its medicinal properties of water anf yacht ride.
6. Dudhsagar Falls, Karnataka:
This water fall is situated on the border of Goa and Karnataka and is about 60 kilometers from Panjim. This Waterfall is also known as ‘milk of c’ and very popular tourist destination.
7. Gandhola Monastery, Himachal Pradesh:
Monastery which is situated in the Lahaul-Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh was founded in the 13th century. It is the largest monastery in the Spiti region and a hub of monks.
8. Nanda Devi Mountain, Uttarakhand:
Located in the east of Uttaranchal state, it is the holy place where deity Nanda Devi is worshipped.
9. Nandi Hills, Karnataka:
This tourist destination is at 85 kilometers from Bangalore. Nandi Hills is known as the houseless place of residence of Tipu Sultan. Nandi fort is one the most beautiful forts of the country.
10. Great Rann of Kutch, Gujarat:
It is a salt marsh located in the Thar desert of Gujarat’s Kutch district and during Rann utsav, this place becomes the tourist spot. To experience the expanse of the deserts is a beautiful experience.
So, When You’re Visiting These Places?