Our planet has been blessed with some awe-inspiring places and India is no exception. Our country bounded by the mighty Himalayas in the North and the salty sea and ocean waters on the eastern, western and southern sides; is the home to the gorgeous backwaters in Kerala to some of the most scenic landscapes in the north-east; diverse ecology, flaura and fauna in the centre and lovable beaches on the west.
Here are some of the dream places that one must visit in India before venturing out to international destinations.
Rann of Kutch
An island surrounded by salt reservoirs embedded in the vast sea, set in the backdrop of desert, this is a hidden beauty in the coastal regions of Gujarat.
Tea Gardens of Munnar
India has some of the best hill stations in the world. Munnar in India is famous for tea plantations and coffee estates. Munnar also has its share of the world-famous spice gardens. The greenery of the place at such great heights adds to the exotic look of the place.
House boat in backwaters in Allepey
Freshwater from thirty-eight rivers and five lakes inter-connecting and intersecting each other along with the salty water from the Arabian Sea form one of the world’s superior chains of salty lagoons. Giving rise to a unique ecosystem this place is mesmeric and indescribable.
The snowy whites of Gulmarg, Kashmir
India’s very own Switzerland, the lush green valley of this setting filled with green forests and snowy peaks are just ideal for a mountain getaway for the entire family.
The Trek on the Mountainous Terrains of Ladakh
The land of high passes has some unique scenic beauties like the Pangong Tso, Khardung La Pass, the Hemis National Park, the Magnetic Hill and more. High altitude lakes and passes on the mountainous territory only add to the panoramic views.
The Great Indian Thar Desert
Our very own desert that spreads over undulating lands in Rajasthan on the outskirts of the city of Jaisalmer is no less than an Arabian desert. Miles and miles of golden sands warmed by the sunny afternoons is the perfect place for a moonlit dinner amidst cultural folk dancers of the region.
The mystery of Andaman and Nicobar Islands
India’s very own Hawaii and Bahamas, the white sandy beaches, the palm trees, the incredible coral reef, the lagoons and the excitement of exploring underwater marine life leaves most tourists here spellbound.
The world’s wettest place, Cherrapunji in Meghalaya
Receiving rains throughout the year, this place is must-visit for people who love the rains and everything associated with it. Apt for people who love nature, greenery, waterfalls and spending meaningful time in nature’s lap.
Nathula Pass in Sikkim
A state in north-east India bountifully blessed by nature, this pass lying at 4310 metres above sea level was part of the Silk Route used in ancient days for trading with other countries. It borders with China and the sight of the high snow-capped mountain peaks and the silence all around provide spiritual solace to the soul.