The 5 Most Naturally Beautiful Places in India You Have to Visit
If you want to explore the natural beauty of India, you won’t be disappointed. With a vast array of landscapes on offer, there’s an area that’s suited to everyone, from the avid hiker to the nature lover.
Below, we’ve uncovered some of India’s most breathtakingly beautiful places. These are definitely somewhere you’ll want to visit when embarking on a tour of the area with companies like Exodus Travels Limited:
Located in the Himalayas, Munsiyari is the base point for many treks and is surrounded by stunning snow-capped peaks. You’ll find it in the Pithoragarh District of Uttarakhand. Equally, even if you aren’t looking to start a trek across the great mountain ranges of the Himalayas, it’s still definitely worth a visit due to its unspoiled views of the area.
Photo by: William Muzi
Found in Rajasthan near the state capital of Jaipur, these stunning sand dunes will take your breath away. Known as the jewel of the desert, Jaisalmer is renowned for its palaces, grand fort and numerous elaborate Jain temples. But visitors will also marvel at its natural beauty, too, enjoying this from one of its famous camel safaris.
Photo by Axel Drainville
Within the Kutch district of Gujarat you will find the Rann of Kutch. This is a salt marsh that’s divided into two main areas – the Little Rann of Kutch and the Great Rann of Kutch. Located on one side of this jaw-dropping salt marsh is the desert, while the sea lies to its other side. Due to its biodiverse habitat it attracts a wide range of wildlife, including desert fox, Indian wild ass and even the increasingly endangered blackbuck.
2. Dudhsagar Waterfall in Goa
Photo by: Kumaresh Rajarajan
Crafted by the Mandovi River, the astonishing waterfalls you’ll find on the border of Karnataka and Goa are something to behold. Also known as the Sea of Milk, the Dudhsagar Fall is the fifth largest in India and is one of the most powerful you’ll ever encounter. What’s more, this fall’s also found in the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary, which is a paradise for bird and wildlife watchers.
For those who love to explore the underwater world, Lakshadweep is the ideal destination. Not only does it offer stunning coral reefs, exotic beaches and blue lagoons, but you can also explore its stunning islands while enjoying some of its famous water sports in the process. For various attractions and tours, try exploring the islands of Kadmath, Minicoy, Kalpeni and Kavaratti.
Unfortunately, we don’t have space to write about all of the beautiful places you can visit in India, but hopefully the above has given you an insight into just what marvellous and majestic landscapes there are on offer.