15 Indian Landscape You want to be lost in
India is a country of geographical contrast. From the Mighty Himalayas bounding us in the north to the shores of Arabian sea, Indian Ocean and Bay of Bengal surrounding us from Western coast, down south to eastern coast.The vast and dynamic landscape can never be summed up in a single post but nevertheless, here’s few from the endless list of magnificent Indian landscape inviting you to be lost in.
While every turn in Ladakh brings you a surprise with towering mountains and a view you will fall in love with, there is something special about Pangong lake. This 134 kms long lake stretched between India and China,mesmerizes you imagination with a reflection never seen before.
Natural Bridges in Meghalaya
A unique landscape you will find at no place in India. the trees here serve as natural bridges to locals.
Endless Rann of Kutch at Lakhpat
Lakhpat is a small village located in mouth of kori creek. It was once the port town in Kutch. An endless rann is seen here from the wall of lakhpat fort.
Shyok valley lies in the northern Ladakh. Shyok river meets Nubra forming a larger valley that separates Ladakh and Karakoram ranges. The river flows from Ladakh to northern Pakistan (Gangchey district) . The literal meaning of Shyok river is River of Death, but the views it provides makes one feel alive.
An endless plateau at 15000 feet is sight to behold. A 50 km stretch of gigantic football field surrounded by mountains.
Snow Capped Baralacha La
A high mountain pass located along Manali-Leh highway. The Baralacha La is better described as a plateau where three mountain ranges meet (Pir Panjal, Zanskar and the Himalayas). The Baralacha La towers over three valleys that meet at a height of over 16,000 ft.
This 8 kms ride on the sand to reach the land’s end definitely deserve to be in the list. The sun, sand and the sea where you get to drive on marsh land and on the sea shore.
Hampi Rock Formation
Once capital of erstwhile Vijaynagar empire, hampi lands itself in the list of UNESCO world heritage site. The place is spread over a large area with rock formation everywhere. You will feel you have entered into a stone age.
As you approach the town of kanyakumari, you will be flanked with thousands of windmills. These give a great picturesque view
Tea Gardens in Nilgiris
After Assam and Darjeeling, the perfect destination for tea plantation in india was none other than the hills of Nilgiris. A beautiful sight of tea plantation will keep you mesmerized.
Kaas Valley Of Flowers
A dream destination near Satara, Maharashtra. The flowers bloom mid september and it makes it one of the most beautiful place on earth.
Kaziranga National Park
With Rhinos on the foreground and a beatufil green landscape in the background. The place is picture perfect for anyone and particularly for wildlife enthusiast.
Vagator Beach, Goa
A dramatic red cliff looking down the shore, vagator beach has one the most beautiful sunset in Goa
Nagin Lake, Srinagar
While Dal lake is most famous around the world, Nagin lake has it’s own beauty. A sunrise or a sunset, beautiful hills at the backdrop and houseboat around, the view is amazing.
MoonLand at Lamayuru
No words to explain. An amazing landscape which shouldn’t be missed on your trip to Ladakh.