5 Absolutely Dramatic Destinations for Nature Lovers

We only think of India as a land of historical monuments. Very few people are aware of the fact that India has some of the most amazing places for nature lovers. These places will take your breath away and leave you speechless. If you are tired of that monotonous life of cities and want to explore some offbeat places, then India is a perfect choice. Here is the list of places that are famous for their natural beauty:

  1. Kadmat Island, Lakshadweep
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Kadmat Island or Cardamom Island is situated on the island of Lakshadweep. The island is famous for coral reef, seagrass, and marine turtles. There is a village called Kadmat on the island. The main industry here is fishing and agriculture. Many tourists visit Lakshadweep to enjoy snorkeling and scuba diving. The island has a shape of a tear drop. There are a few beachside resorts on Kadmat Islands. There is a lagoon on one side of the island with a beautiful beach. The climate of the island remains pleasant most of the time during the year. Shellfish and marine turtles are found in great quantity. Kadmat Island is a great place to see the coral reef. If someone wants to get lost in nature without being interrupted, then this is just the place to be.  To know more about Lakshadweep and its tourist places: http://www.transindiatravels.com/lakshadweep-islands/tourist-places-to-visit-in-lakshadweep-islands/

  1. Coorg, KarnatakaCoorg, Destinations for nature lovers
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Coorg or Kodagu is nature lover’s paradise. Coorg has acres of tea and coffee plantations. Kodagu is a hilly area. River Kaveri heightens the beauty of Coorg. It is one of the top hill stations of India. It also has the famous Nagarhole National Park. Abbey Falls is a beautiful waterfall in Coorg. It looks scenic during the season of monsoon. Coorg is rich in flora and fauna. It has three sanctuaries and one national park. In the forest of Coorg, there is an abundance of Teak and Sandalwood trees. Coorg is also called the Scotland of India due to lush greenery and enchanting landscapes. The weather is pleasant throughout the year. You can indulge in many activities like trekking, angling, and bird watching and get lost in the beauty of nature. Raja’s seat is a nice place to watch sunset and sunrise. Pushpagiri peaks are good for trekking. Visit this place to enjoy a beautiful hill station with a cup of refreshing tea or coffee. For planning your next vacation to Coorg, check:

  1. Mcleod Ganj, Himachal Pradesh
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Mcleod Ganj is situated near the town of Dharamshala at an altitude of 2082 meters. Mcleod Ganj is the residence of Dalai Lama. Hanuman Ka Tibba is the highest peak here. The Tibetan and Buddhist influence are evident on the streets of Mcleod Ganj. The trek to Triund Hill is pretty famous here. Camping sites are also available here. The view from Triund Hill is spellbinding. There is a church inside a forest. This church looks magnificent in monsoon. The naddi viewpoint is famous for watching sunset and sunrise. There is Dal Lake in Mcleod Ganj which is famous for its annual fair in August. You can also try affordable Israeli food. Bhagsu Waterfalls offers a nice view. It is a must visit when visiting Mcleod Ganj. The streets are full of several ancient monasteries. Mcleod Ganj is a must visit to get immersed in the beauty of nature. To read more, click: http://www.transindiatravels.com/himachal-pradesh/mcleodganj/tourist-places-to-visit-in-mcleodganj/

  1. Lahaul-Spiti, Himachal Pradesh
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Lahaul-Spiti was made by merging two districts of Lahaul and Spiti. Lahaul-Spiti is situated at an altitude of 4270 meters. Lahaul valley in winters is a sight to behold. The mountains are covered with snow. You can easily spot yaks roaming on the plains. The Tabo monastery is a nice place for sight-seeing. The views from Key Gompa monastery are amazing. Kunzum Pass is famous for trekking spots in Himachal Pradesh. You can spot snow leopard and antelope in Pin Valley National Park. Spiti Valley has a good population of snow leopards. Spiti Valley also has rare plant species. You can also opt for activities like skiing and yak safari in Lahaul-Spiti. The greenish-blue color of Moon Lake is enchanting. Dhankar Lake in Spiti Valley has a breath-taking view. The Lady of Keylong is a famous glacier in Lahaul-Spiti.

  1. Munnar, KeralaMunnar, Destination for nature lovers
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Munnar is also called the Kashmir of South India. Munnar is rich in flora and fauna. Some rare animals can be spotted in Kurinjimala Sanctuary. And Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary. Munnar is also famous for huge tea plantations. Tea Museum is one of the most visited in Munnar. Anamudi peak offers nice trekking spots. Palivasal has an enchanting view. The famous Salim Ali bird sanctuary is also present here. It is a bird watcher’s paradise. Lakkam Waterfalls are good for sight-seeing, especially in monsoons. Elephantal Arrival Lake is also worth a visit for clicking many pictures. You should also visit Rose Garden. It has many different varieties of roses. While in Munnar, you can enjoy trekking and boating. The climate of Munnar is pleasant throughout the year.  For more fun facts about Munnar, see:

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Rohit Agarwal
Rohit is an expert travel writer. He loves nature and picturesque destinations. His stories are a plethora of knowledge and experiential information for the readers across the globe. You can read more about them on Trans India Travels.