The Most Beautiful Places for Nature Lovers in India

Statue of the Buddha, Nubra Valley Ladakh

From the dense jungle in the palm of your hand, overgrown with snow-capped mountains and glaciers to lush valleys and lakes, India boasts many places for nature lovers.

Here is our selection of the best places to visit in India are:

  1. Parvati Valley, Himachal Pradesh

The confluence of the Beas River and the Parvati River makes up the picturesque Parvati Valley, which extends to the hot springs in Manikaran and beyond its borders at 6000 meters above the level of the Great Himalayan Region. The valley is famous for its picturesque villages full of hippie vibe, untouched natural beauty and many untouched trekkings. Some of the places that should be visited in the valley include Kasol, the spiritual city of Manikaran, the quaint and peaceful villages of Tosh, Chalal and Malanu. These typical Himachal villages are ideal for those who want to relax and delve into the pure beauty of nature.

  1. Teed, Andhra Pradesh

Hidden in the wooded hills of the Eastern Gats, Teed is a lover of nature lover. The breathtaking landscape, untouched natural beauty and fresh clean air make Taidou ecotourism. This is a place where you can spend some time on nature alone. Adventure seekers can go hiking or camping in the Eastern Ghats, which abound in exotic flora and fauna, in addition to stunning mountain views.

Nature lovers can discover numerous endemic animals and birds, including wild dog, panther, sambharu, gauru, bear bear, read, nilgai, herons, red-breasted pods, migratory ducks, pelicans, herons and several waterfowl. For the accommodation option there is an eco-tourist resort created by the Department of Forests and the AP tourism department, called the Jungle Bells Nature Camp.

  1. Tso Moriri Conservation Reserve, Ladakh

The reserved Tso Moriri Wetland Reserve, also known as Mountain Lake or Lake Moriri is located at an altitude of 4522 meters and is part of the Ladakh region of the Changtang Plateau. This is a picturesque and serene high-altitude lake, which will mean nature lovers with its multicolor blue hues. The snowy mountains in the background enhance the perfect landscape. The lake abounds in wildlife, including 34 bird species, carnivores such as the Tibetan wolf and snow leopard, as well as several endemic alpine species of birds and animals. In addition, due to its ecological diversity, it falls under the Ramsar Convention. This blue pallet lake is easily accessible to visitors from India, while foreign visitors need permission. To stay, guests can go to the lake tent and soak up its beauty. The best time to visit is from May to September. Take the 15 days Ladakh trip and experience the most beautiful places.

  1. Mawlynnong, Meghalaya

In the area of ​​Eastern Hasi Hills Meghalaya is the cleanest village in Asia, Mowlingnong. It is a quaint and picturesque village where pristine natural beauty and tranquility reign. Residents are dedicated to clean living. You will see houses and trash cans of bamboo, small gardens in each house with flowering plants and fruit trees, clean roads and abundant greenery. In addition, the village offers a lush forest where there are many flora and fauna, natural caves and waterfalls to explore, and walk or rest under the living root bridges, which are wonderful creatures of nature, man and time.

  1. Chilika Lake, Odisha

Scattered over 1100 square kilometers, Lake Chilika is Asia’s largest coastal lagoon in Asia and the second largest in the world. Inhabited by wildlife, this is a paradise for migratory birds that winter on their shores (December-February). In the migratory season, it has more than 160 species of birds, including migratory waterfowl, white-tailed sea eagles, jacan and others. Here you can see migrants from Central and Southeast Asia, the Himalayas, Mongolia and Russia.

However, one of the most important inhabitants of the lake is the beautiful flamingos that use it for breeding. In addition, Lake Chilika is the only place in India with the largest number of rare and endangered Irrawaddy dolphins. About 152 Irrawaddy dolphins can be seen, and the best way to catch a glimpse is to take a boat ride from Satpada, which takes you close-ups. On the lake there are several picturesque islands with rich natural beauty and diverse flora and fauna. This lake is a haven for nature lovers, birds and wildlife photographers.

  1. Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve, Uttarakhand

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve, where you will find nature in its original form with abundant flora and fauna. The reserve consists of the National Park Nanda Devi, rich in biodiversity, and the National Park of the Valley of Flowers, which is located at an altitude of 3658 meters. The valley of flowers is especially famous for its endemic alpine flowers and variety of flora.

It is dotted with 520 rare and exotic species of a blooming wild flower, including Cobra Lika larvae, Himalayan marsh orchid, Brahma Kamal, rhododendron and much more. The most striking feature of the biosphere reserve is its diverse landscape, covering the snow-capped mountain peaks of Nanda Devi (the second highest mountain in India), Rishi Kot and Devistani I and II; alpine meadows, glaciers, lush valleys, picturesque waterfalls and a vast expanse of forests.

  1. Great Himalayan National Park, Himachal Pradesh

Located in the Kullu district in the state of Himachal Pradesh, at an altitude of 1,500 to 6,000 meters, the Great Himalayan National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in accordance with the criteria “Outstanding Value for Biodiversity Conservation” This high-altitude space is a paradise for nature lovers, as it is the natural habitat of more than 375 species of fauna and a variety of flora. It boasts snow-capped peaks, glaciers, lakes, streams, dense forests of Oak and Deodar and alpine pastures that make it ideal for camping and trekking. The cooler temperature, rich ecosystem and fresh mountain air make it a popular retreat among visitors who want to escape city life and reconnect with nature.

  1. Nero Valley National Park, West Bengal

The National Park of Nora Valley in Kalimpong, covering about 88 square kilometers, is one of the richest biological reserves in East India. The forests of this national park and valleys are so dense that much of it remains largely undiscovered. Diverse flora and fauna, rugged hilly terrain, snow-capped mountains, winding streams and rivers, lush green valley and red panda in its pristine natural habitat – all this relates to the course in this nature and wonderful wonderland.

  1. Andaman Islands

The Andaman Bay archipelago in the Bay of Bengal is an ideal destination for travelers who want to get away from it all. These islands are popular among abundant wild animals, including rare bird species. Still, calm beaches and pristine reefs are the main crowd builders. The turquoise blue waters of the Andaman Sea, filled with colorful corals, fish and other marine life, are home to some pristine and pristine marine reserves that are ideal for snorkeling and scuba diving.

  1. Kerala Backwater

The factories of Kerala are a network of brackish lagoons, lakes, canals and rivers; and the best way to enjoy them is to rent a floating cruise. Alappuzha, or Venice of the East, is the most popular place where you can enjoy a cruise along the palm shores of picturesque backwaters. Floating houses are equipped with all comforts, including well-furnished bedrooms, living rooms, kitchen, modern toilets and a balcony to soak up the beautiful scenery of the surroundings, watch the natives go about their daily business, or indulge in fishing. Other places in Kerala where houseboats are located include Kasaragod, Thiruvananthapuram, Ernakulam, Kottayam, Thrissur and Kollam.

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Akshay Sharma

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