India is an incredible country that has beautiful, varying landscapes. From waterfalls, rivers, mountains, snow lands, beaches, it is an amalgamation, bound to put your stress at bay. The immense beauty of India always speaks volumes and drags people from around the globe to pay homage to this beautiful country. India’s beauty is not restricted to its traditions and cultural values and its scenic indulgences win brownie points. There are some beautiful tourist destinations that are less famous and not highly explored, but they captivate heart from the first sight. We list some destinations that define the natural beauty of India.
Great Rann of Kucch, Gujarat
The world’s largest salt desert Rann of Kucch is located in The Thar Desert in the western state of Gujarat. Rann of Kucch is an immaculate white beauty of white salt that makes for a stunning vision. It is home to several migratory birds like Flamingoes, larks and the Asiatic wild asses. The place is famous for the Rann Utsav, an annual festival led by dance and music, camel safaris, that runs from December to March.
Lahaul and Spiti, Himachal Pradesh
A home to several Buddhist monasteries, Lahaul and spiti in Himachal Pradesh is paradise that captivates eyes and replenishes the soul. With the spiritual essence, it is a district that can be visited from June to December.
If your love for heritage is unconditional, it is one place you cannot miss from your check list. Hampi has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1986. The highly famous site in the southern village is the Virupaksha temple, that has history from seventh century and dedicated to Lord Shiva. There is hardly any connectivity to Hampi and to stay back here is possible by renting in the villager houses.
Dudhwa National Park, UP
If you want to break the monotony and trigger up your mundane lifestyle, do it wild this season with wildlife. Dudhwa National Park in the northern state of UP is home to tigers, one-horn Rhinoceros, swamp deer (popularly known as Barasingha) and more than 400 species. With its unique system, this place is a promising getaway. The extra add-ons after reaching this place are-the South of the reserved forest is the River Suheli, and when you go north experience the India-Nepal border.
Auroville, Tamil Nadu
South is implausible with its far-fetched beauty. Auroville is the city that is situated on the outskirts of Pondicherry. It was founded in 1968, and is a spiritual place with Matrimandir, a golden domed amphitheatre, that rules the heart of many. This eye-struck site draw tourist from around the globe.
Majuli Island, Assam
The largest river island in the Indian subcontinent, located in the river Brahmaputra, it is one less explored places. It is home to unique species of birds like Siberian Crane, the greater adjutant stork, and the whistling teal. The place is less famous and Government is looking forward to augment the local craftsmanship of the tribal Assamese.
Gurez, Jammu and Kashmir
Kashmir is the name that fancies you, the places here are real paradise that reflects a heavenly view. Gurez is one such place which is accessible only for six months in a year as it is covered by heavy rainfall rest of the time. A valley that is located amidst snowy mountains and near to Kishenganga river is a delight to engross your senses.