Breathtaking Beautiful Places to Visit in India
There are Many Places to visit in India. But some of the places we didn’t know. These are the Breathtaking Beautiful Places where you can relax and enjoy your holidays in India. This Place offers a different aspect of her personality - exotic, extravagant, elegant, and eclectic. Every traveler will enjoy visiting these places.
Following are the Breathtaking Beautiful Places Must Visit
1. Tea Garden Hill of Munnar - Kerala
Munnar is situated at the confluence of three mountain streams - Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala. 1,600 m above sea level, this hill station was once the summer resort of the erstwhile British Government in South India. Sprawling tea plantations, picture-book towns, winding lanes and holiday facilities make this a popular resort town. Among the exotic flora found in the forests and grasslands here is the Neelakurinji. Munnar also has the highest peak in South India, Anamudi, which towers over 2,695 m. Anamudi is an ideal spot for trekking.
2. Yumthang Valley - Sikkim
Yumthang Valley is a grazing pasture surrounded by the Himalayan mountains in North Sikkim. At a height of 3,564 metres above sea level, it's popularly known as the 'Valley of Flowers'. It is also home to the Shingba Rhododendron Sanctuary, and has over twenty-four species of the rhododendron, the state flower. A tributary of the river Teesta flows past the valley and the town of Lachung, the nearest inhabited centre. Yumthang is closed between December and March due to heavy snowfall.
3. Nubra Valley - Ladakh
Nubra is a high altitude cold desert with rare precipitation and scant vegetation. Nubra is a tri-armed valley located to the north east of Ladakh valley. The 32 metre Maitreya Buddha statue is the landmark of Nubra Valley and is maintained by the Diskit Monastery. Most of the Nubra Valley is inhabited by Nubra dialect or Nubra Skat speakers. The ultra wide landscapes, humongous mountain faces, lovely trails, wide variety of colors and musical Shyok river flowing midst the valley will take your breath away at first sight.
4. Nanda Devi - Uttarakhand
It's the second highest mountain in India. While the peak is not that easy to climb for regular folks like us, but the surrounding Nanda Devi National Park is a must visit atleast once in a lifetime. The peak is regarded as the patron-goddess of the Uttarakhand Himalaya. In acknowledgment of its religious significance and for the protection of the its fragile ecosystem.
Mizoram is a land of rolling hills, valleys, rivers and lakes. As many as 21 major hill ranges or peaks of different heights run through the length and breadth of the state, with plains scattered here and there. Mizoram is a place with flora and fauna rich landscape and pleasant climate. The state is a bird watcher's destination, Wild Water Buffalo, Sumatran rhinoceros, elephants and other mammals have been spotted in the past.
Leh, the capital of the Himalayan kingdom of Ladakh is best experienced via road trips from New Delhi. The Leh Palace, which is situated behind the main market has eight stories and is similar to the Potala Palace of Lhasa and still belongs to the royal family of Ladakh. Just ahead of the palace is the famous Chamba Temple. Also in the bazaar, at the top of the street, one can see the Jama Masjid. Another place must to visit is the Sankar Gompa, which is situated within the city and is one of the oldest structures here. Also a visit to the famous Thikse Monastery is a must.
7. Key Monastery - Himachal Pradesh
Key Gompa is a Tibetian Buddhist Monastery located on top of a hill at an altitude of 13, 668 feet above sea level close to the Spiti river in Himachal Pradesh. It reportedly, was started by 100 monks in 1855. It is the biggest monastery of Spiti Valley and a religious training centre for Lamas. The walls of the monastery are covered with paintings and murals, an example of the 14th century monastic architecture, which developed as the result of Chinese influence. Key monastery has a collection of ancient murals and books, including Buddha images. There are three floors, the first one is mainly underground and used for storage. One room, called the Tangyur is richly painted with murals. The ground floor has the beautifully decorated Assembly Hall and cells for many monks.
8. Hogenakkal Falls - Tamil Nadu
This waterfall in South India on the river Kaveri is sometimes also referred to as the "Niagara Falls" of India. It is about 180 km from Bangalore and 46 km from Dharmapuri Town. With its fame for medicinal baths and hide boat rides, it is a major site of tourist attraction. The best season to visit is soon after the monsoons, when the river is in full spate. But some tourists prefer to visit during off-season to skip the crowd. Boating in Hogenakkal is allowed during the dry-season as the water falls are not strong enough to disrupt the passage of the boats. The boats are steered and propelled using a single paddle, making them unique. Freshly caught fish are sold by the gorge and also various vendors selling water and snacks up and down the gorge rowing their coracles is not uncommon. After leaving the gorge, on the left shore one can find improvised stalls set up on the sand. There, one can let the fresh fishes be prepared in one of the many kitchens. Also, many people can be found swimming or bathing around there.
9. Tungnath - Uttarakhand
Located at an altitude of 12, 073 Feet, at Tungnath mountains you can also find the oldest Hindu shrine of Lord Shiva. Tungnath is the highest Shiva temple in the world. The temple is believed to be 1000 years old and is the second in the pecking order of the Panch Kedars. It has a rich legend linked to the Pandavas, heroes of the Mahabharata epic. It is an ancient temple built in the North Indian style of temple architecture. It is small in size and can barely accommodate ten people in the sanctum. Surrounding this temple, there are a number of small shrines (about a dozen) of several gods.
10. Drang Drung Glacier - Kashmir
It takes about 2 days to get here from the Srinagar airport. The Drang-Drung Glacier is a mountain glacier near the Pensi La mountain pass at the Kargil - Zanaskar Road in the Kargil district of Jammu and Kashmir in India. The Drang-Drung Glacier is likely to be the largest glacier in Ladakh. The Drang-Drung Glacier is a long river of ice and snow, a source of the Stod River which is a tributary of the Zanskar River and the Zanskar River is a tributary of Indus River.
10. Havelock Island - Andaman
Havelock Island with an area of some 92 sq.Km is the largest of the islands which comprise Ritchie's Archipelago, a chain of islands to the east of Great Andaman in the Andaman Islands. Beach No. 7, better known as "Radha Nagar" Beach, is one of the most popular beaches in Asia and was named "Best Beach in Asia" by Time in 2004. The elephant beach at Havelock is known for rich marine life, especially the corals.
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