Discover Unimaginable & Beautiful Attractions of India

Discover Unimaginable & Beautiful Attractions of India

India is a land of attractions, and it houses some of the best landscapes in the world. India is a nation that is rich and diverse in terms of geographic terrain and is filled with dense and green forests, majestic mountains, scenic lakes, grasslands, beaches, and many other natural places. 

Starting and spreading east-to-west & from north to south, the country is filled with places that can be a treasure for nature lovers.

If you want to discover the unimaginable beauty of India, here are some top locations that you can visit if you love nature.

1. Snow-Capped Peaks of Munsiyari

Snow-capped peaks of Munsiyari


In the Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand lies a place called Munsiyari. It is, in fact, the base point from where the treks of various Himalayan Mountain ranges originate. It houses a hill station known as the trekker's paradise in the snow-capped peaks of the great Himalayas. This place always has a pleasant climate, and the beautiful mountains are visible from there.

2. Kerala Backwaters

Kerala backwaters


Kerala is home to a large number of lakes, rivers, and canals. This has been considered among the top popular backwaters and tourist attractions in the country. Some of these backwaters are even the state and national waterways of India. The network of backwaters is interconnected with each other, and it includes large lakes, rivers, and canals that lie parallel to the coast of the Arabian sea. This chain of backwaters has a unique ecosystem of itself and also houses aquatic fauna.

3. Majuli Island Assam

Majuli Island Assam


The largest river island of the Brahmaputra River is the Majuli island. Located at around a distance of 20kms from Jorhat, this island is home to many endangered species of birds like Adjutant Storks, Siberian Crane, and Pelican. You can get to see the beauty of these birds if you visit this place.

4. Dudhsagar Waterfall Goa

Dudhsagar Waterfall Goa


One of the most beautiful waterfalls in India is the Dudhsagar waterfall, which is also known as the Sea Of Milk. Located in the Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary of Goa, it is a four-tiered waterfall, and water flows from four different sections. The dense forests of the Western ghats surmount the whole region of the waterfall. The region is rich in its own biodiversity.

5. Coorg, Karnataka

Coorg, Karnataka


It is a place in Karnataka, also known as the Scotland of India. Coorg is a place located in the Western Ghats, in the southern region of the state. This entire region is filled with coffee plantations, quaint villages, stunning landscapes, beautiful waterfalls, and a wide diversity of plants and animals. The Nagarhole National Park and the Talakaveri Wildlife Sanctuary are situated in this region. It is one of the best places if you want to spend some quality time with nature.

6. Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh

Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh


Khajjiar is a place situated at 6500 above sea level. Situated in Himachal Pradesh, this place is known as the ‘Mini Switzerland of India due to its picturesque beauty. Dense forests, green meadows, and beautiful snow-capped mountains make it an ideal place for people who love to spend time with nature. 

The tourists and visitors can also engage themselves in various activities at this place like zorbing, paragliding, trekking, and many more sports. The Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary is included within this area, and thus it is rich in exotic flora and fauna. This region also houses a 12th-century temple known as the Khajji Naga Temple.

7. Lonar Lake, Maharashtra

Lonar Lake, Maharashtra


Lonar Lake is situated in Buldhana, Maharashtra. It is further said to be the Lonar Crater and is the oldest meteorite crater in the world. It is also the largest basaltic rock crater, with an average depth of 150 meters and a length of about 1850 meters. It has a beautiful ecosystem and is surrounded by thick and dense forests. It is one of the best natural tourist destinations in India.

8. Some Valley, Kashmir

Some Valley, Kashmir


The list of natural tourist destinations is incomplete without mentioning Kashmir in it. Kashmir houses some of the best natural places in India and is regarded as the paradise on Earth for nature lovers. Located between the Karakoram Range and the Pir Panjal range lies the true beauty of the Snow Valley, which offers sightseeing and admiring beauty. The perfect month to sourgourn this place is between October to February, when the winter is at its peak.

9. Flower Valley, Uttarakhand

Flower Valley, Uttarakhand


The flower valley is actually a national park, which is located in the Nanda Devi biosphere reserve of Uttarakhand. Situated at the higher altitude of the Himalayan range, the area is rich in different types of flowers and meadows. It also houses some unique types of flowers and is also home to a wide range of animals, including brown bears, snow leopards, blue sheep, and musk deer.

If you are a person who is really interested in visiting the natural sites of the country, then these are some places that you should consider on your list. 

The country is blessed with diverse landscapes and places that will surely gain anyone's attention. Make sure to visit some of these places to experience the natural vibes.