1. Stok Range Ladakh
Ladakh is located in Jammu and Kashmir. It comes in mountainous order of north-western Himalayas, where most of the land is not suitable for agriculture. At the height of 11, 845 ft, Stoke Kangri is a popular mountain among climbers in the Stoke Range. Before climbing Mount Everest, the world’s highest mountain peak, climbing on the Stoke Range is considered as a practice.
2. Nubra Valley Ladakh
Nubra Valley means ‘valley of flowers’. To go to Nubra Valley, you will need an indoor line permit, as far as Kardhang La Pass is to be reached which is the highest point in the world. Hundar and Panamik are two main attractions of Nubra Valley. Hundar is also called ‘desert in the sky’. This is the place where you will be able to ride two hump camels. Panoramic views of sulfur spring and monasteries will be taken.
Leh is the principal town of Jammu district of Ladakh district. Situated at an elevation of 11000 feet along the Indus river, Leh makes visitors feel like heaven on the ground. The beautiful Ruin Uma cloud in beautiful Leh is so close that it seems like they can be touched by raising their hands. Tracking on the Gagan Kinky Mountains is your own fun here. In Leh there are many historical buildings other than the mountains and rivers. There are large number of beautiful Buddhist monasteries in which many Buddhist monks live.
4. Nanda Devi
Nanda Devi Mountain is located in the Garhwal district of India, in the Uttarakhand state of India. This mountain is a famous mountain range in the south-eastern region of the Himalayas. Its distance from Chamoli is 32 miles east. There are two twin peaks in this mountain peak, of which Nanda Devi Peak is 25645 feet high from the sea level. Hindus believe that Shankar’s wife Nand lives on this mountain.
Mizoram has a natural beauty scattered. The hills here are covered with dense evergreen forests, which contain valuable timber trees such as Champak, Ironwood and Gurujun. The actual wooded area is 18,775 sq. Km. Which is around 89 percent of the geographical area. In these jungles, many animals including elephants, tigers, bears, deer and wild buffaloes Habitat is.
6. Yumthang Valley, Sikkim
Uththang is also known as Sikkim’s Switzerland. Located at an altitude of about 3564 meters above sea level, this area is world famous as the flowering valley. This valley is in north Sikkim and is surrounded by the Himalayan mountains. Here animals also come grazing grass. North district is the most beautiful in all the districts. This district is situated at a very high altitude, wrapped in the lap of the mountain peak of Kanchenjunga.
7. Noakhali Falls, Cherrapunji
Nohkalikai Falls is located in Meghalaya, India. It is a fascinating waterfall near Cherrapunji. Cherrapunji is known for the highest rainfall and the source of the water of this spring is the only rain. This waterfall falls from 335 meters height. Here a pond is made under the waterfall, in which the falling water appears green.
8. Munnar Tea Gardens, Kerala
Hundreds of thousands of tourists visit here every year. This place pulls people away from running away from life and pollution. The beautiful plantation of tea spread over 12000 hectares is a specialty here. The most delicious tea from South India comes from these gardens. To get information about the production of tea is the tea museum where all the photos and information related to it are available. Apart from this, wildlife can be seen closer to here.
Matheran became a popular place for the summer holidays in the British Raj. It was a great choice of British officers stationed in Mumbai. This small hill station of India is 90 km from Mumbai. Is at a distance of. From here the view of sunset and sunrises is worth seeing. It is located on the Western Ghats at an elevation of 2625 feet above sea level.
10. Lonar Lake, Maharashtra
Lonar Lake is a saltwater lake situated in the district of Buldhana in Maharashtra. This is the first lake created by the collision of a celestial meteorite. Its saline water symbolizes the fact that sometimes there was a sea. At the time of its formation, there was a collision of about one million tonnes of meteorite.
The depth of this meteoric lake of about 1.8 km is approximately five hundred meters. Today even scientists are undergoing extensive research on the subject that the collision that took place in Lonar, between the meteor mass and the earth, or any planet that hit the planet . At that time, he had broken into three parts and he also made a lake in two other places besides the Lonar, although there is no special significance for the well-dried Amber and Ganesha lakes.
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