10 Places In India Every Nature Lover Should Visit Atleast Once

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better

 

If you want to get closer to God, get closer to nature first. We love nature but hardly anyone in India knows how rich in nature India is. Here are some stunning places in India every Nature lover should visit atleast once:

 

1. Hoggenakal Falls

This beautiful waterfall in South India on the river Kaveri is also referred to as the “Niagara Falls” of India.

This place in Tamil Nadu is a must-visit for people of every age group

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2. Leh-Ladakh

If there is a heaven, then it is in Leh-ladakh. It is a land of endless discovery. You will forget all your worries after you reach this heavenly place.

7.1 Leh

 

3. Valley Of Flowers, Uttarakhand

Between June and October, go on a six-day trek to Uttarakhand’s famous Valley of Flowers, located in the Nanda Devi Biosphere. What you will be rewarded with is the most stunning carpet of wildflowers you have ever seen. Home to 300 species of wild flowers including 45 medicinal plants, the valley is becoming more and more popular with each passing year, so make this trip now. The journey is equally interesting you’ll pass quiet villages, brooks, lakes, and forests. With luck, you may even spot some endemic wildlife like the tahr or even the much-less seen Himalayan black bear.
Valley Of Flowers, Uttarakhand

 

4. Stok Range, Ladakh

At 11, 845 feet, Stok Kangri in Stok Range has is a popular mountain among climbers and mountaineers. It’s often considered as a practice run for Everest.stok-range-ladhak

 

5. Tea Garden Hill Of Munnar

Lush green tea-gardens spread all around, roadside and on hills & as far as you can see. It gives you an extremely warm experience with all the greenery around! You can even get into few select tea-gardens for a closer feel. However, most gardens are not allowed to be entered in and you have to be happy only with view from a distance.

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6. Malana, Himachal Pradesh

This mindblowing trek up to Malana will give you goosebumps. While not as hard as the treks in Leh, it’s always better to do these alone or with other climbing fans. Nature lovers will remember Malana for the rest of their lives once they visit.

1. Malana, Himachal Pradesh

 

7. Leh-Manali Highway

For bikers, this is a rite of passage. The 476-km Manali-Leh highway stays open for just about four and a half months each year. The tiny window pulls in riding enthusiasts from all over the world to make this daring, but stunning journey. The route takes you through five high-altitude passes, which guarantee some jaw-droppingly beautiful views. At its highest, the Manali-Leh highway reaches an altitude of 16,000ft. Disorientation, altitude sickness and mechanical failure is routine. Weather can be fickle and road conditions can change within hours.
Make it happen: Mid-June to October is when this road is open. Plan meticulously. Service stations and petrol pumps are few and quite literally, far between.2. leh-manali-highway

 

8. Nilgiris

Push the boundaries of your fitness levels and cycle along fellow enthusiasts for around eight days in the month of December. This trip will be the most mindblowing journey of your life.

9 Cycle Through The Nilgiris

 

9. Dudhsagar Falls

These falls give serious competition to the Niagara falls. Instead of taking the normal route to Dudhsagar Falls, how about trekking up to it? This trail brings along some exciting adventures which you should definitely try before you’re 30 and out of air.

10 Dudhsagar Falls

 

10. Jim Corbett National Park

Corbett is the jungle you read in books. Unbelievably tall Sal trees and red leaves all over the floor make this place impossible not to fall in love with. Apart from mindblowing landscapes and scenery, you will spot Tigers, Hanuman Langurs, Green Magpie, Emerald Dove, Barking Deer and many more.

Jim Corbett National Park

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