India is not only rich in cultural diversity but also in natural beauty. There are many places in India that offers breathtaking views and memorable experiences. Here is a list of some of the best tourist places to visit in India before you die.
1. Pangong Tso, Ladakh:
Located at a height of 4350 meters, it is the most beautiful high-altitude lake in the Ladakh. When sunlight falls on the Pangong, it gives an impression of a sparkling blue lake. The serene atmosphere of the lake also attracts many visitors.
2. Chitrakote falls, Chattisgarh:
It is situated on the Indravati river in Bastar district of Chattisgarh. Chitrakote falls is one of the highest and widest waterfalls in India, that’s why it is also called ‘Niagara Falls of India’. The water falling from a height of 93 feet looks amazing especially during sunset.
3.Tea gardens, Munnar:
Munnar, a popular hill station in south Indian state Kerala, is famous for its aromatic tea plantations, pleasant climate and divine landscapes, thus you can enjoy scenic beauty with a cup of refreshing tea. Munnar also has a wide variety of flora and fauna, which makes it a great place for wildlife lovers.
4. Majuli island, Assam:
This world’s largest river island is a cultural capital of Assam hosting several festivals of the state. The visitors like this place because of its lush greenery, unique culture and pollution-free environment. Don’t miss the Raas festival of Majuli if you want to collect some unforgettable memories.
5. Valley of flowers, Uttarakhand:
This high-altitude Himalayan valley is known for its meadows of alpine flowers and glaciers. Rhythmic water flow and cool breeze allures most of the visitors. The best time to visit Valley of flowers is in the months of July and August. The adventure enthusiasts can also enjoy trekking at this place and explore its spectacular beauty.
6. Great Rann of Kutch, Gujarat:
Situated in Kutch District of Gujarat, it is a salt desert that shines in distinct hues along with the sun. Here you will find most stunning sunset views, thus don’t forget to visit Great Rann of Kutch in evening. The tourist have lot of fun while taking camel rides.
7. Nohkalikai Falls in Cherrapunji, Meghalaya:
This India’s tallest plunge waterfall is located in a scenic town Cherrapunji of Meghalya. Nohkalikai has a waterhole which appears green in color during summers and blue during winters. You can also see the plains of Bangladesh from the top of Nohkalikai Falls.
8. Dal lake, Srinagar:
Dal lake, also called ‘Srinagar’s Jewel’, will make you feel like a heaven on earth. Shikara rides and floating gardens are the highlights of Dal lake. You should visit Dal lake between July and August when lotus flowers blossom and add beauty to the place.