The most beautiful scenery in India

India has breathtaking scenic beauty and diverse range of beautiful places that is unmatched by any other nation on the planet due to its varying geography all over. With a geography as vast and varied such as ours, it is hard not to find a beautiful scenery in India. Few places, if any, rival the sheer amount of traditions, cuisines, landscapes, and religions found within India’s borders, from the high Himalayas in the north to the desert sands of the west to the palm tree-fringed rivers and islands of the south.

The country is still one of the most popular travel destinations in the world and attracts backpackers, cultural and spiritual seekers, and just those in search of a good party. Your trip to India is guaranteed to be one of the most memorable experiences of your life.  Let’s start our journey to the most beautiful scenery in India


01. Valley of Flowers National Park, Uttarakhand

Bestowed with the rare and exotic Himalayan flora, the Valley of Flowers is a bouquet of nature peacefully snuggled in the West Himalayan region of Uttarakhand. The Valley of Flowers National Park presents an ethereal view and an unforgettable experience for visitors. Spread over an area of 87 sq km in the Chamoli district, the Valley of Flowers National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Valley of Flowers National Park, Uttarakhand


02. Chadar Trek, Ladakh

Ladakh, the largest province in Jammu and Kashmir, is surrounded by the Karakoram and the Himalayan Mountains. Ladakh is the home to numerous natural wonders, but the most precious gift bestowed upon this magical land is the Chadar Trek. Ladakh is also called a land of treks or a dream destination for trekking lovers, allowing you to witness the surreal beauty of mountain ranges for as far as you can see.

Chadar Trek, Ladakh


03. Dal Lake, Srinagar

Dal is a lake in Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir. The urban lake, is integral to tourism and recreation in Kashmir and is named the “Jewel in the crown of Kashmir” or “Srinagar’s Jewel”.It figures high on tourist itineraries and every tourist to the Kashmir valley makes it a point to visit the water body. The canopied Shikaras sailing on the lake are one of the major attractions of Dal Lake. The houseboats on the lake are also the top attraction as the best accommodation option in Srinagar to the tourists.

Dal Lake, Srinagar


04. Drang Drung Glacier, Near Kargil

Amongst the two largest glaciers in Ladakh, Drang Drung Glacier is situated near Pensi La on Kargil-Zanskar Road. This 23 km long glacier is the largest glacier in Ladakh that is accessible to tourists. A lot of tourists drive towards Zanskar from Padum just to witness the mighty river of ice in its full glory. It is a majestic sight from the top of Pensi La pass that is sure to take your breath away. This one of the largest glaciers in India is the source of Doda River and Stod River.

Drang Drung Glacier, Near Kargil


05. Hoggenakal Falls

When in Tamilnadu, it gets mandatory to visit the Hogenakkal Falls, one of the most popular tourist spots in Tamilnadu.   The waterfall is known as Hogenakkal, or “Smoky Rocks”, because of the unique arrangement of the gigantic carbonated rocks that surround it. Hogenakkal Waterfall is a popular destination attraction among nature lovers, adventure seekers, trekkers and shutterbugs.

Hoggenakal Falls


06. Kashmir

Jammu & Kashmir, a piece of heaven on earth, is the 19th largest state in India and it is located mostly all in the Himalayan mountains. It is also the only state in India with a Muslim-majority population.

The land is brimming with picturesque vistas, amazing flora, stunning architecture and there are quaint homestays and eco-friendly resorts that visitors can choose from. Kashmir is an ideal destination to plan a family tour and honeymoon holiday in India.

Kashmir - The most beautiful scenery in India


07. Lonar Sarovar, Maharashtra

Lonar lake is a lake of lagoon in Buldhana district of Maharashtra state. It was created due to a meteorite. It is the only major hoverback in the basalt rock. Its water is alkaline. Lonar Lake has been declared as Wildlife Sanctuary for the conservation and conservation of Lonar lake.

Lonar Sarovar, Maharashtra


08. Matheran

Known as the” cutest little hill station of India”, the Matheran hill station is the best place to enjoy the sunset and sunrise view along with some mind blowing sceneries to keep you fresh and up front. This extraordinary hill station offers the best tourist places in Matheran which are untouched and undisturbed by the rustling city life that surrounds the town.



09. Mizoram

Tucked away in the thickets of green on the southern tip of Northeast India, Mizoram is a nature lover's paradise. Sandwiched between Bangladesh and Myanmar, this fifth smallest state in India is big on adventure with rugged terrains and gurgling rivers. Covered with lush green forests, tourism in Mizoram is known for its breathtaking views from cliffs, stunning waterfalls and picturesque villages set amidst seas of morning mist that enfold the hills and peaks in its embrace.



10. Munnar, Kerala

Munnar is a quaint town and an idyllic hill station located in the Western Ghats of Kerala. Set at an altitude of 6000 ft in the district of Idukki, Munnar used to be the summer resort of the British rulers during colonial times.
Munnar is a great holiday destination in Kerala loved by many travellers. It is the most popular hill station which is preferred by honeymooners, family vacationers as well as nature lovers.

Munnar, Kerala


11. Nanda Devi

The Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve, also known as the Nanda Devi National Park, is a spectacular expanse of wilderness in the upper reaches of the Himalayas. The spectacular views, verdant environment, and richness of the biosphere make it quite different from the other wildlife sanctuaries of India. The park has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and in its surrounding area are the Valley of Flowers, Badrinath Temple, and Hemkund Sahib.

Nanda Devi


12. Nohkalikai Falls, Cherrapunji

The tallest plunge waterfall in India, Nohkalikai Falls, is one of the most photogenic places to visit in Meghalaya. The force of water has carved a waterhole which remains blue in the winter and turns green in the summer months. The flow of water is profuse in summer while the flow recedes in the winter to a small stream giving the impression of a white rope against the green forest.

Nohkalikai Falls, Cherrapunji


13. Nubra Valley, Ladakh

A tri-armed valley that is separated by Nubra (Siachan) River and Shyok River, Nubra Valley in Ladakh is popular for its cold desert and picturesque landscape. The valley is connected to Leh with Khardung La, one of the highest motorable passes in the world. Nubra valley is amongst the top tourist attractions in Ladakh and its Diskit Monastery and Hunder Village are a must-visit.

Nubra Valley, Ladakh


14. Pangong Tso, Ladakh

In Ladakh, you never know what surprise nature has in store for you. Pangong Lake, situated at a height of almost 4,350m, is the world’s highest saltwater lake. Its water, which seems to be dyed in blue, stand in stark contrast to the arid mountains surrounding it. Among the other famous lakes in Ladakh, this one is especially popular both because of its breathtaking beauty and being a delicate border point along the Line of Actual Control. It achieved immense popularity after being featured in a Bollywood movie called “3 Idiots.”

Pangong Tso, Ladakh


15. Sam Sand Dunes, Jaiselmer, Rajasthan

Sam sand dunes, is one of the most authentic desert dune site in whole India, where you will find 30-60 meter tall sand dunes, and many travelers enjoying Desert Safari on camels or jeep,
It is best to be here at sunrise or sunset, and many camel safaris spend a night at the dunes. The best way to see this and other sites around Jaisalmer is to take a camel safari.

Sam Sand Dunes, Jaiselmer, Rajasthan


16. Shimla, Himachal Pradesh

Shimla is the capital of Himachal Pradesh and a popular hill-station among Indian families and honeymooners. Among the most popular hill stations in India, Shimla holds a distinct place owing to its unique charm. The picturesqueness of this beautiful hill station makes it an apt destination for photographers looking for perfect frames and nature enthusiasts who want explore the nature in its pristine form. Shimla houses some beautiful Hindu temples, located at apt locations, offering spectacular views of the beautiful hill station and the nearby hills with a thick covering of green forests.

Shimla, Himachal Pradesh


17. Stok Range, Ladakh

Stok Kangri offers a wonderful view of the remote valleys, scattered high villages and hilltop monasteries surrounded by the snow clad peaks.  This is one of the beautiful and easy accessible trek in Ladakh with a climb of Stok La (4900m).The pass offer spectacular views of surrounding mountains and Indus valley.

Stok Range, Ladakh


18. Sundarbans, West Bengal

The Sundarbans a UNESCO World Heritage Site is located at the South eastern tip of the 24 Paraganas district about 110 km from Kolkata. This place is a paradise for wildlife and greenish dense forest make it’s a haven for adventures and photography enthusiasts. Sundarbans is ruled by the unique natural beauty because of meandering rivers, springs, creeks and beautiful estuaries.

Sundarbans, West Bengal


19. Tea garden hill of Munnar

Located in steep, rugged terrain, Kolukkumalai in Munnar is the highest tea garden in the country at 7900 ft. Munnar is an attractive destination with the world's best tea estates. The hill station of Munnar is synonymous with rolling hills that are carpeted with verdant plantations of tea – a delicious beverage loved worldwide. This place is recognized for having some of the best and most beautiful tea gardens across the globe.

Tea garden hill of Munnar


20. Tungnath, Uttarakhand

Tungnath is one such temple, situated among the majestic mountains of Tunganath, and is famed for being one of the world’s highest Shiva temples. It is believed to have been discovered by Adi Sankacharya. With an air of mystery and beauty, this Tungnath also offers various other attractions and trek trails. Visit this bewitching town with the vibes of spirituality and secrecy, rich in flora and fauna and bounded by nature on all sides for an experience you never had.

Tungnath, Uttarakhand


21. Udhagamandalam, Tamil Nadu

Nestled amidst Nilgiri hills, Ooty, also known as Udagamandalam, is a hill station in Tamil Nadu which serves as a top-rated tourist destination. Once regarded as the summer headquarters of the East India Company, the Queen of the hills is a picturesque getaway.
Rolling grasslands, dense sholas, waterfalls, streams, lakes, vast expanse of tea plantations, interspersed with vegetable gardens, spectacular view points, an amazing variety of flora and fauna, fabulous trekking trails, innumerable heritage sites, spell binding sunrises and sunsets, magical light, pollution free atmosphere, mist, clouds, fog, star studded skies, serenity etc.

Udhagamandalam, Tamil Na


22. Yumthang Valley – Sikkim

The extremely picturesque Yumthang Valley is situated at an elevation of 3564 m in the North of Sikkim. The place is amongst the most famous tourist destinations in Sikkim. It is home to a zillion flowers, spectacular mountains & a serene river, and is often also called as the ‘Yumthang Valley of flowers’ like the one located in Uttarakhand. Needless to say, its breathtaking and magical surroundings make it a must-visit place for every traveler.

Yumthang Valley – Sikkim


23. Agatti, Lakshadweep

Agatti is a 5.6 km long island blessed with aquatic diversity which includes turtles, coral growths and multi colored fishes.
Agatti has one of the most beautiful lagoons in Lakshadweep. The airport is built on this island. From the aircraft, as one approaches for a landing, one gets a breath-taking view of the airstrip on the island.

Agatti, Lakshadweep


24. Andamans

The Andaman are one of the best places to visit in India for those who enjoy sun, sand and beaches. Set in the Bay of Bengal, the island destination is home to a diverse range of marine life. Not only marine life, but the forest cover in more than three-quarters of the region is indefinable and unimaginable.

Andamans - The most beautiful scenery in India

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