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10 Places of Natural Beauty in India

India is famous for its rich and diverse culture. The Natural Beauty of India makes it a beautiful place on earth.  Tourism is a part of our country. Every year a lot of people travel to these places during their vacation from different parts of the world. Starting from the Dal Lake in Kashmir to the  Dudhsagar Falls in Goa and the beautiful Darjeeling tea gardens, all these places fascinate the natural beauty of the country. Let us take a look at the natural beauty of India with this travel guide.

10 Places of Natural Beauty in India: Dal Lake, Kashmir

Located in Srinagar, the Dal Lake is more like a maze. This place ranks top in the list of natural beauty of India. It has three lakes instead of a single one. Being the main attraction of Srinagar, the Dal Lake consists of three islands. You can visit the beautiful Mughal gardens which are present around the lake. Flanked by hills, the Shankaracharya hills aim at providing a beautiful view over the lake.

Dal Lake in Srinagar, India

Dal Lake in Srinagar, India

Dal Lake is famous for its floating gardens. It looks most beautiful during July and August when the lotus bloom. This garden is a perfect combination of vegetation and earth where tomatoes, Cucumbers, and Melons grow. With the help of a Shikara, you can get a tour around the lake as well as the Mughal gardens. The powerboats are kept away from the Dal Lake due to the massive growth of waterweeds.

One of the exciting things about this Lake is that you can even swim in this water. All the houseboats are lined and are completely equipped with diving boards. The ideal time to visit the Dal Lake in Kashmir is the time during June to August.

10 Places of Natural Beauty in India: Darjeeling Tea Fields

Darjeeling is often considered as the Mecca of tea. Darjeeling is the world’s largest estate producing the Champagne of teas. Spreading across the thousands of acres of land, Darjeeling has its 80 operational tea gardens. At the top of the hill, the weather is misty with a cold breeze which makes it suitable for the planters and workers to work and produce the finest form of tea in the world.

Darjeeling Tea Fields

Darjeeling Tea Fields

One would wonder what tea tourism is. You can visit Darjeeling and spend your days in the tea garden. Opt for an old colonial time bungalow to reside in. You can even get jeep services to visit the nearby attractions. Several packages are available which includes meals, sightseeing along with a luxury class of garden experience. The tourists also enjoy the evening cultural dance and music performed by the locals. You can also visit the tea processing factory and learn about the whole withering, rolling, drying, sorting and packing process. Singtom tea estate resort, Ging tea house, Tumsong tea estate and retreat are some of the examples of tea gardens in hills of Darjeeling.

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10 Places of Natural Beauty in India: Deodar Forest, Himachal Pradesh

Deodar forest is one of the major attractions of Himachal Pradesh. Being a sacred tree, it has towering conifer which gives the tree a striking appearance. The branches are pointed and dropping. This tree is often worshipped as the tree god. It has a Sanskrit meaning and found its origin from the word “devadaru”. In Afghanistan and Pakistan, this tree is the national tree. In the Himalayas, the Deodar ranges at an elevation from 3500 to 12000 feet. But in Punjab, Kashmir, and Himachal Pradesh the Deodars are very common. Deodars can live for thousands of years and can grow up to 250 feet. The woods of the tree find its application in building material and are used in the construction of religious temples. Durability and rot-resistant are the properties of the deodar wood. The wood, bark and the oil of deodar tree also come with curative properties.

Deodar Forest, Himachal Pradesh

Deodar Forest, Himachal Pradesh

10 Places of Natural Beauty in India: Nohkalikhai Falls, Cherrapunji

Located 5 km from Cherrapunji, the Nohkalikhai waterfalls are the fourth largest waterfall in the world. It falls from a height of 1100 feet. You can view the falls by driving through the elevated tableland. The monsoon season is the most favorable time to visit Nohkalikai. With the help of the stairs present, the tourists can move down and experience the other viewing points of the fall. You can also do other interesting activities such as camping, trekking, bird watching, and photography. There lies a sad, tragic story behind the name of   Nohkalikhai falls. But this place is completely adventurous.

Nohkalikhai Falls, Cherrapunji

Nohkalikhai Falls, Cherrapunji (Credit: By Kunal Dalui via, CC BY-SA 3.0)

10 Places of Natural Beauty in India: Matheran, near Mumbai

This hill station near Mumbai is the smallest hill station in India. Located in the Western Ghats, it consists of 38 viewpoints. It also has the Panorama Point from where you can see a beautiful sunrise and sunset. The other points include the Louisa point, the Heart point, the Monkey point and the One Tree Hill point. Matheran has semi evergreen forests. The major attractions of Matheran are the toy trains, the horses, the monkeys and the surrounding nature. The vehicles are banned here so that you can take a horse ride from Dasturi Naka to the main streets of Matheran. The Ministry of Environment and Forest declared this hill station as an eco-sensitive region.

Louisa Point, Matheran

Louisa Point, Matheran (Credit:By Pradeep717, via, CC BY-SA 3.0)

10 Places of Natural Beauty in India: Dudhsagar Falls, Goa

Dudhsagar means “sea of milk.” This cascade of white water is believed to be created due to an illusion that the waterfall as it pours downwards rapidly into the waters of the lake. It has a height of about 1017 feet and a width of 100 feet. You can go by road or chose the rails. You also do trekking and reach the base by simply taking a walk. The best time to visit this place is during the monsoon season.

Dudhsagar Falls, Goa

Dudhsagar Falls, Goa

10 Places of Natural Beauty in India: Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh

Being declared as the finest wildlife areas in the world, the Kanha National Park is famous for its Tiger Reserve. It covers the two revenue districts, namely the Mandala and the Kalaghat. In the year 1879, it was declared as a reserve forest. It is a natural habitat for a large number of wild species. You can opt for jeep safari or the elephant safari. The jungle safari helps you to experience a closer view of the wild animals. The best time to visit the national park is from October to June.

Group of spotted deer in natural habitat, Kanha National Park, India

Group of spotted deer in natural habitat, Kanha National Park, India

10 Places of Natural Beauty in India: Valley of flowers, Uttarakhand

In the year 1931, the Valley of flowers was discovered by a mountaineer. It is listed as a world heritage site. It is a home to the wild, untamed blooms. The ideal time to visit the valley of flowers in Uttarakhand is from May to October. In July and August, you can see a maximum number of flowers. The Uttarakhand State Forestry department is under the charge to maintain and manage the valley of flowers.

Valley of flowers, Uttarakhand

Valley of flowers, Uttarakhand

10 Places of Natural Beauty in India: Majuli Island, Jorhat

This island holds the first position and is one of the world’s largest fresh water mid-river deltaic Island. It has a height of about 84.5 meters and is located in the upper regions of the Brahmaputra River. It has Tribal in the majority and is a home to flora and fauna. The Island is protected and governed by a non-government organization. The uniqueness and diversity in natural heritage have made the Majuli Island as World Heritage Site as declared by the UNESCO.

A view of Majuli

A view of Majuli (Credit: By Kalai Sukanta via, CC BY 2.0)

10 Places of Natural Beauty in India: Lonar Crater Lake

This Lake is the only Crater which has a height of 150 meters and a width of 2 km. Ancient temples surround the lake which depicts the rich biodiversity of this place. You visit the nearby places by walking or simply take a Bullock cart.

Lonar Creator Lake

Lonar Creator Lake (Credit: By VinyS,, CC BY-SA 4.0)

You must visit these places before it’s too late. Travelling and exploring new places provides you inner peace and makes you discover more about yourself. This travel guide also helps you to discover the beauty and rich culture of this incredible land.

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