Must visit places in India before you die
It’s dream of every person to enjoy life at fullest and the best way is to explore the beauty of our own country, yes our birthplace INDIA. From the Himalayas to Indian ocean, from Thar desert to snowy mountains of Sikkim, it is a country full of beautiful sights and beautiful people. You won’t even get a single thought of visiting the foreign country if you visit these places in your lifetime. Check out the list it will definitely amaze you and compel you to make a travel plan for these sites.
1. Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand
Jim Corbett National park is a forested wildlife sanctuary and one of the oldest national park in northern India, which is rich in flora and fauna. It is well known for its Bengal tigers. Animals including leopards, tigers, wild elephant and various species of birds add to its beauty. Safari zones, 792.72 sq km of buffer area within the national park is open to exploring and is divided into five zones. The jeep safari zones are open to travelers from 1 October. The ideal time to visit for a nature walk is in summers.
2. Sunset scene on Brahmaputra River
One of the major rivers of Asia, it is a transboundary river which Originates at Tibet and flows through the great gorges of Arunachal and the Valley of Assam then fall into the Bay of Bengal. Sunset scene on Brahmaputra River is one of the amazing attraction of Northeast India and a must captured moment of life. The Nature beauty is at its best while experiencing the scene on the banks of rivers.
3. The Thar Desert
The Great Indian Desert is located in the elegant state of Rajasthan which is enclosed by Aravalli mountain ranges and Great Rann of Kutch. It offers one of the great experience, A night among the dunes along with gratifying camel ride. Bikaner is well known as the jewel of the Thar Desert located in the middle of the great Thar desert with intense climate conditions. Jaisalmer, the golden town in the Thar desert also double the enthusiasm of visit.
4. Nohkalikai Falls, Cherrapunji
Mawsynram is a small village located in the East Khasi Hills of northeast Meghalaya state. The place is known as the rainiest place on Earth with an annual rainfall of 11,870 mm. Meghalaya also hosts another wettest place call Cherrapunji next to the Mawsynram and receives second highest rainfall of the year. This region is surrounded by big hills, lush green mountains and number of famous waterfalls in India. Nohkalikai Falls is one of the tallest plunge waterfalls in India.
5. Seven Sisters Waterfalls in Shillong
Meghalaya is a land which is endowed with several waterfalls such as elephant falls, spread eagle falls sweet falls but seven sister waterfall has an exceptional charm in it. It flows during monsoon season, so the best time to travel a plan is from July to September.
6. Paragliding in Solang Valley, Manali
Conquer the sky and behold the beauty of nature in Solang Valley. You can enjoy paragliding, zorbing, cable car ropeway, skiing, snow scooter, horse riding once you enter into the lap of nature in Himachal Pradesh. The best time to visit for paragliding is from January to May and October to December.
7. Scuba Diving Andaman Islands
Experience the excitement and beauty of India’s amazing marine natural world in Andaman islands. Many PADI certified instructors are available who can help the vacationer in getting into the sea. It gives you one of the best experiences for diving enthusiasts in India. You would love to unravel the mysterious ocean world, there’s another world inside the ocean that will leave you amazed and bedazzled.
8. Chadar the frozen river trek
It is one of the unique and beautiful frozen river lying in Leh Ladakh. A winter trek over a frozen river in Ladakh! But if the freezing and the harshness of the terrain is overlooked, chadar is not a challenging trek. You should be physically fit with a good level of fitness to enjoy this trek. The best time to visit is between Jan and Feb.
9. Coorg, Scotland of India
Once you step in Coorg, plenty of places are waiting for your visit. It is one of the famous hill stations of south India which attracts tourist throughout the year by its pleasant weather. To name few you can visit Namdroling Monastery, Iruppu Falls, Talakaveri, Abbey Falls, Nagarhole National ParkCauvery River etc. The hilly road in rain looks awesome. Must visit Buddhist temples and attend their prayers it will give you a soothing experience.
10. Sunrise Boatride Alleppey backwaters
Experience a refreshing boat ride on backwaters in Alleppey. Alleppey shikara boat tour is a short time expedition tour to identify the real beauty of backwater. Indulge in an early morning motor boat ride in the resort. The ride takes you through canals, rivers and the famous backwaters. It’s basically 4-hour travel. You will be provided with an instructor too. You can closely watch the rustic lifestyle of backwater villages absolutely genuine in its class.