Add These Places in India to Your Bucket List!

The world in which we live in is full of wonderful places that most of us do not know even exist.  Here are some breathtaking places in India that you must visit

10.  Nubra Valley, Ladakh


Nubra is a high altitude cold desert with rare precipitation and scant vegetation.

9.  Nohkalikai Falls, Cherrapunji


Known as one of the wettest places on earth, Nohkalikai Falls, located near Cherrapunji is one of the tallest plunge waterfalls in India.  The name of the falls means “Jump of Ka Likai”.  It’s linked to a legend about a local woman, Likai, who after a family tragedy, became insane and jumped off the cliff next to the falls.

8.  Nanda Devi 


This is the second highest mountain in India.  While the peak is not that easy to climb for us regular, out of shape folk, the surrounding Nanda Devi National Park is a must visit at least once in a lifetime.

7.  Leh


Leh is the capital of the Himalayan kingdom of Ladakh is best experienced via road trips from New Delhi.

6.  Matheran


This is the smallest hill station in India.  Matheran is only 90 km from Mumbai and it provides a stunning view of the sunset and sunrise.

5.  Lonar Sarovar, Maharashtra


The Lonar Lake is a saline soda lake located at Lonar in Buldana district, Maharashtra, India which was created by a meteor impact.

4.  YumThang Valley, Sikkim


Yumthang Valley is a grazing pasture surrounded by the Himalayan mountains in North Sikkim.  At a height of 3,564 meters above sea level, it popularly known as the ‘Valley of Flowers.’

3.  Tea Garden Hill of Munnar


Munnar is a town that’s situated in the southwestern region of Kerala.  It’s practically covered fully with Tea plantations, some as high as 7000 feet above sea level.

2.  Hoggenakal Falls


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

1.  Deodar Forest, Himachal Pradesh


The deodar cedar is native to the Himalaya Mountains where its local name deodar, translates from the original Sanskrit as “timber of the gods.”

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