It is said that there is no better book to understand life than travelling. Traveling takes you to a various beautiful secrets clandestine in the girth of Mother Nature. If you are an explorer by heart and want to travel some of the nonpareil tourist destinations, here are 10 of the major Indian spots to which you must pay a visit before you die. The 10 most beautiful places of India.
- 10 Most Beautiful Places in India Must See once in Life:
- 10. Beauty of Ladakh
- 9. Tea Carpets of Munnar
- 8. Wilderness in Corbett
- 7. Floating Islands of Loktak Lake
- 6. Ancient Ruins of Hampi
- 5. Yumthang Valley in Sikkim
- 4. Unexplored Havelock
- 3. Paradisiacal Kashmir Valley
- 2. Intact Rann of Kutch
- 1. Traveler’s Delight Kerala
10 Most Beautiful Places in India Must See once in Life:
10. Beauty of Ladakh
The land providing exquisiteness a new definition. Ladakh is a place that allures every tourist with its unsurpassed natural beauty, imposing mountains, shimmering lakes and countless other natural wonders. Ladakh never fails to intrigue the travelers with its soaring high peaks of snow-capped Karakoram and Himalayan ranges of mountains.
The gleaming waters of Zanskar and Indus rivers and several other streams tucked in the midst of verdant valleys conjure to make Ladakh a dream destination for every traveler. Moreover, aplethora of opportunities offered by the region to trekkers and other adrenaline junkie soak travelers with thrills and spills.
9. Tea Carpets of Munnar
It is a scientifically proven fact that the green color soothes the eyes the most. What if you see everything green wherever you take your eyes? The tea carpets of Munnar are such places where there are smooth rolling hills of tea gardens that appear from far as if there is a colossal carpet overspread to charm everyone.
The roads here are twisting and winding, valleys are cloud kissed, air is matchlessly fresh and streams are dazzling. All these elements make the place a must-visit spot for the travelers.
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8. Wilderness in Corbett
Situated in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand, Jim Corbett National Park is well known among the wildlife buffs for its remarkable tiger population. Spread over 520 square kilometers of area, the park encompasses hills, meadows, and a large lake- Ramganga. It is the first national park in India and boasts exotic flora and fauna species.
Other than spotting tiger in Corbett, the major fauna species that a traveler can witness in the park are Asiatic Elephant, Sambar, Yellow-throated marten, Sloth Bear, Asiatic Black Bear, Hog Deer, etc. The main fauna species in the park include Sal, Sissoo, Khair, Bamboos, etc. Enjoying various jungle safaris in the park can make the wildlife freaks soaked into unimpeachable delight.
7. Floating Islands of Loktak Lake
As it is said that the earth is brimming with a plethora of mysteries and surprises. A traveler can quench his quest for visiting one of its kind destination through traveling a unique spot. One such astonishing destination is Loktak Lake in Manipur. The most appealing aspect of Loktak Lake is the floating islands; That are also known as ‘phumdi’. These phumdi are the heterogeneous masses of soil, vegetation, and organic matters at different stages of breakdown.
There are more than a few phumdi floating all over the lake proving it astounding charm. These floating islands are strong enough that thatched huts can be built over it. And thus one can find great settlements of local fishermen on these islands. Amazingly, Keibulnamjao National Park is a wonderful protected region filled with exotic flora and fauna is also one such floating island.
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6. Ancient Ruins of Hampi
An immense open museum of history, Hampi is both a religious and historical place in India. Expand over an immense area of more than 25 square kilometers, the ruins of Hampi is chock-full of splendid temples, markets, palaces, fortifications, aquatic structures a plethora of other ancient monuments. This region was a capital of Viayanagara, a Hindu Empire ruling the entire South India during the span of 14th century to 16th century.
The colossal rock strewn hills and the river that bisects make a peculiar landscape for this prehistoric metropolis. In concert with its historic and legendary residues, this rustic area makes a wonderful tourist destination. Hampi has the honor of being in the list of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites.
5. Yumthang Valley in Sikkim
Also popular by the name of “Valley of Flowers”, Yumthang Valley is bottomless vale boasting a noteworthy multiplicity of flowers. Once again to its credit, the valley also clinches the world renowned Shingba Rhododendron Sanctuary in its area. A tributary of the Teesta River flows through the Yumthang and making it even more attention-grabbing in its look. To visit this valley, spring season is the great time when flowers flourish at their paramount. For the period of summers, this vale acts as a grazing land for the yaks.
In addition to its astonishing vegetation, Yumthang Valley also proffers an conspicuous vista of peaks along with Pauhunri and Shundu Tsenpa.
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4. Unexplored Havelock
With sun kissed beaches, teal shallows, a shoreline chock-full with beach huts and few of the best diving opportunities in South Asia, Havelock Island has a merited reputation as a backpacker heaven. The island is the most popular place in Andaman. Havelock is replete with exquisite panoramas offering sheer delight to the eyes of every traveler.
Moreover, the island is a peerless destination for adventure enthusiasts as well. It is a premier destination for snorkeling and scuba diving. With visiting this riveting destination, a traveler can also savor his taste buds with fresh seafood, coconut milk and luscious succulent.
3. Paradisiacal Kashmir Valley
Epitomizing natural exquisiteness, Kashmir Valley is also dubbed as paradise on the earth. No doubt, one of the most beautiful places in India. The topography of this mesmerizing region boasts glinting rivers, shimmering lakes, verdant expanse of Chinar woods, snow-laden peaks and flowering meadows.
Enjoying the rides on Shikara houseboats in fascinating Dal Lake renders peerless pleasure and excitement to the nature lovers. Various adventure opportunities such as trekking, skiing, cycling, etc make Kashmir Valley an idyllic place for adrenaline junkies as well.
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2. Intact Rann of Kutch
The Great Rann of Kutch in concert with the Little Rann of Kutch and the Banni lowlands, make up the district of Kutch with an area of around 30,000 square kilometers. Encircled by the Arabian Sea and the salt-crusted barren region wilderness, Rann of Kutch is the last frontier of tribal culture, lifestyle, traditions, art & crafts that have altered little over the centuries.
Immense stretches of empty land, mixed together with emerald thorny bushes and bright blue sky is the feature of this unmatched holiday destination. Though a tour to the gulf, the tourists can immerse themselves in this timeless land, steep up the sun, and relive their souls in this consecrated land packed with shrines and chattris.
1. Traveler’s Delight Kerala
Flanked by the Western Ghats on the East and the Arabian Sea on the West; The trim stripe of land known as Kerala is a tourist spot of a life span. The ceaseless attractiveness of the palm fringed beaches of Varkala and Kovalam, the radiance of the surging hills of Munnar and Vagamon, the quietude of the spotless backwaters of Kumarakom and Kuttanad and the charismatic woods of Thekkady and Silent Valley bowl the nature lovers with their charm beyond compare. Moreover, Kerala is also an apt place for adventure aficionados.
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Hope you enjoyed the list of most beautiful places in India. Enjoy a visit to these destinations and fill your travel diary with some extremely congenial and surreal memories…
Written By: Anjali Wadhwa