India is a country of natural beauty. Here is a list of places which are worth visiting.
Ladakh is a northern India region with an area of 49,110 km2 (19,171 sq mi). It is bordered by Tibet to the north and northeast, Bhutan to the east, the Pakistani-administered territories of Gilgit and Baltistan to the west, and Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) in China's far west.
The name Ladakh literally means "land among lakes"—in this case referring to lakes and streams that run out into Indus River which flows through it. The region has been inhabited since prehistoric times but became part of India when it was annexed by British India in 1938.
You would be surprised to know that Lakshadweep is a group of islands in the Laccadive Sea. This Union Territory is located off the coast of Andaman & Nicobar Islands and belongs to India. The main attraction here is scuba diving and snorkeling, which makes it a great place for tourists from all over the world.
Tawang Valley is a town in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. Tawang is the largest town in the district and serves as the administrative headquarters of Tawang district. The town lies on an elevation on both banks of River Subansiri, at an altitude ranging from 900 to 2,300 m (3,000 to 7,500 ft) above sea level. It has been named after a small stream called Tewang which flows through its center.
As per 2011 census,it had a population of 118026 people; 49094 males and 50351 females; mean sex ratio was 1120 female/male.
The Western Ghats is an Indian mountain range that runs along the western edge of the Deccan Plateau. They begin in Karnataka and extend into Maharashtra, Goa and Gujarat. The range is made up of six parallel ranges: the Sahyadri (also known as Western Ghats), Nilgiri Hills and Annamalai Hills; Kodagu district; Palakkad district; Wayanad district; Idukki district; Kollam district; Alappuzha taluk of Kerala state.
The Western Ghats form one of largest biological hotspots on Earth. This biodiversity hotspot contains species from all seven kingdoms: plants, animals, fungi (including lichenes), protists and bacteria.
Sunderbans is a vast mangrove forest in the Sundarbans delta in West Bengal, India. The Sunderbans are home to the Royal Bengal Tiger and other wildlife. The area also includes many islands, rivers and creeks that lead into Bangladesh.
Sunderbans has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1988 because of its rich biodiversity, including over 300 species of birds (including endangered species), 20 mammal species like rhinos and wild dogs; over 100 types of reptiles including those found only in this part of India (such as monitor lizards).
Andaman and Nicobar Islands
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are a collection of islands in the Bay of Bengal. It is a Union territory of India, located between Burma and Thailand. The islands were formerly known as the Andamans, but their name was changed to Andaman & Nicobar in 1974 when they were separated into two regions: North Andaman (formerly known as Little Andaman) and South Andaman (formerly Great Andaman).
Andaman islands are famous for their pristine beaches, rainforests, coral reefs and endangered species like tigers or elephants.
Nanda Devi National Park, Uttarakhand
Nanda Devi National Park is located in the Garhwal Himalayas, and is home to the world's second highest mountain, Nanda Devi. The park has a large number of endangered species such as wild elephants, leopards and Himalayan black bears.
Nanda Devi National Park is open from May to October but you can also visit it during winter by hiring an expedition guide who knows how to get there safely.
Kaziranga National Park, Assam
Kaziranga National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the world's largest population of one-horned rhinoceros. It is also home to several species of animals, including tigers, elephants, wild boar and deer.
Kaziranga has been designated as a Tiger Reserve by Ministry of Environment & Forests (MoEF) since 1973. As per census 2011, there are more than 300 tigers in Kaziranga National Park which makes it fourth largest tiger reserve after Nagarhole National Park (TN), Bandipur National Park (TN) & Ranthambore Tiger Reserve (RTR). This makes it one among few places in India where you can see an adult male tiger roaming freely in its natural habitat without any human interference or disturbance at all! The other fascinating fact about this region is that it hosts a very large number of white-throated langurs which are endemic species found only here!
Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh
Spiti Valley is a cold desert region in the Himalayas. It's located in Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh, famous for its Buddhist monasteries and snow-capped mountain peaks.
Spiti Valley was once part of Tibet but was conquered by Bhutanese forces during their invasion in 1790s. After India's independence from British rule, India took over this area under its jurisdiction as no common border existed between China and India at that time.
Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand
The Valley of Flowers is a national park and a natural World Heritage Site in Uttarakhand, India. It is the only valley in the world that has over 100 species of flowers in bloom all year round.
The Valley of Flowers was declared as a national park on 6 April 1992 by Government of India under the Wildlife Protection Act 1972 and it also became an UNESCO World Heritage Site on 15 December 1998. Read: Where should I Go on a Trip with My Friends?
In this blog post, we have discussed Most Beautiful Natural Places in India. India is a country that has rich history, culture and tradition. It’s one of the major tourist destinations in the world and we have chosen some of the most beautiful places in India for you to visit.