India's Extraordinary Natural Wonders That You Cannot Afford To Miss

Author: Sejal Soni Date: 18th September 2023 

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India's northern border is adorned by the mighty Himalayan mountain range, home to some of the world's highest peaks.

The Himalayas

Nestled in the state of Uttarakhand, the Valley of Flowers National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its breathtaking floral display. 

Flowers National Park

Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Western Ghats are a lush and biodiverse mountain range running along India's western coast. 

Western Ghats

The Sundarbans, shared between India and Bangladesh, constitute the world's largest mangrove forest. 


In the heart of Rajasthan lies the enchanting Thar Desert, a vast expanse of golden sands and captivating dunes. 

Thar Desert

Kerala, known as "God's Own Country," offers an idyllic experience with its intricate network of backwaters, rivers, and lakes. 

Kerala Backwaters

Tucked away in the Bay of Bengal, the Andaman and Nicobar Islands are a paradise for beach lovers and divers. 

Andaman & Nicobar 

In Gujarat, the Great Rann of Kutch is a unique natural wonder that undergoes a magical transformation during the winter months. 

Great Rann of Kutch

A living root bridge in Meghalaya are built across a stream by letting the roots grow and strengthen until it can support a person. It is an amazing natural phenomenon.

Living Bridges

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