India is known for its diversity and culture. Being just near the equator to be called a tropical country and just far away to be a mountain paradise India is a country which has everything for almost everyone. That is why we have compiled a list of places for you to visit in India before you visit their counterparts abroad.
It is said that the world changes at the feet of Niagara Falls. The breathtaking view at Niagara falls leaves the world at awe but never the less India is not behind when it comes to the majestic beauty of the falls. The Chitrakoot falls located to the west of Jagdalpur, in Bastar district in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh is no less than Niagara Falls. The glorious 95 feet drop of the waterway down the cliff makes this a sheer display to see. The raw power of this 300-meter waterfall has earned the name of India’s Niagara Falls. You can enjoy the stunning beauty of these falls by taking a local boat which takes to closer to the spray where you can witness its glory to the finest.
Dunes of Thar Desert
If spending a night in the expanse of Sahara Desert, Riding on camels and spending a night in the middle of Sahara is your thing but you do not want to leave your county then look no further. The Dunes of Thar are no less than the Sahara Desert. Thar desert, Jaisalmer is the best way to explore the Indian desert at its finest. Witness the beautiful sunrise and sunset at Sam sand dunes with the best excursion possible. Travel in style with camel safaris and spend the nights in royal tents in the desert with a taste of classical Rajasthani dance and music.
Trip to Andamans.
Baobas, rainforest, desert, hiking and driving. A trip to Madagascar is a paradise for people who want to live the island life but before you head for your next international travel you must visit the islands of Andamans. From deep diving and Tropical rainforest to exquisite seafood experience the place has it all. The place is also famous for Havelock Island or commonly known as the island that glows and if you are seeking an adventure like never before the Havelock Island also offers a chance to swim with elephants, now that’s a trip to remember.
Valley of Flowers
Antelope valley USA boasts one of the most beautiful valleys of flowers in the world, but we should always remember it is one of the most as India is not behind when it comes to having a beautiful flower valley which stretches for kilometres. The stunning beauty of this valley leaves everyone with a feeling of calm and peacefulness. Flower Valley in Uttarakhand boasts 300 different varieties of alpine flowers which gives a look of a carpet of colours on the mountains. The valley is so beautiful that it has been declared as a UNESCO World heritage site