Most beautiful places for nature lovers in India accounts to the places that are flooded with peace, joy and sense of belongingness. At such places one can witness cool plants and inhale fresh air. some of them are listed below:-
Munnar rises as three mountain streams merge – Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala. 1,600 m above sea level, this hill station was once the summer resort of the erstwhile British Government in South India. Spend some “me” time in nature’s lap in Munnar, a hill station famous for its tea and spice plantations.
Popular Activities: Camping, parasailing, birdwatching, trekking, wildlife spotting, fishing, boating and rock climbing.
Must-visit attractions: Echo Point, and Kundala Lake where you can enjoy boating and shikara rides amidst the natural beauty and views of rolling hills; Devikulum is home to an assortment of temples, Attakud waterfall and Anamudi Peak, among many others. For tea lovers, there’s a Tata Tea Museum.
Chail, Himachal Pradesh
The Chail Palace is well known for its architecture, the palace was built as summer retreat by theMaharaja of Patiala during the British Raj. Chail is connected with Solan as well as with Shimla District Headquarter. It is 49 kms from Shimla and 38 Kms from solan.
Popular Activities: Camping,Rock climbing,Trek from Chail to Gaura and Chail to Jhajja,Nature walk in pine forests,Kufri horse riding.
Must-visit attractions: Sadhupul lake, Chail Palace, Kali temple and the Chail Wildlife Sanctuary. All the attractions sums up the most beautiful places for nature lovers.
Famously known as the ‘Scotland of India’, Coorg is a tiny hill station located in Southern Karnataka in the lap of Western Ghats. Wake up to the smell of tranquilizing coffee, and enjoy the scenic beauty of this misty land of hills and streams.
Popular Activities: Camping, trekking, white water rafting, fishing, and hiking.
Must-visit attractions: lush coffee plantations, cascading waterfalls, like Abbey and Iruppu falls, and a diversity of flora and fauna at Nagarhole National Park and Talakaveri Wildlife Sanctuary.
Located in the eastern district of Uttarakhand, Pithoragarh boasts of irresistible natural beauty, high altitude grasslands and historic charm. It is the starting point for treks to the holy shrines of Kailash and Mansarovar. And, the panoramic views of the mighty peaks of Nanda Devi, Appi of Nepal and Panchachuli are clearly visible from this place.
Popular Activities: hiking, skiing, canoeing, kayaking and fishing.
Must-visit attractions: Pithoragarh Fort, Askot Sanctuary that is home to a wide range of flora and fauna, and Kafni Glacier Trek, among many others. Most beatiful places for nature lovers are the attractions above.
Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh
Commonly known as the ‘Mini Switzerland of India’, Khajjiar sits at over 1981 meters (6500 feet) and is synonymous with picturesque beauty. Dense forest, swathes of green meadows and beautiful snow-capped mountain vistas make it an ideal destination for nature lovers.
Popular Activities: zorbing, trekking, paragliding and horse-riding.
Must-visit Attractions: the Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary that is home to exotic flora and fauna, Khajji Naga Temple that dates back to the 12th century, and the Khajjiar Lake set at 1920 meters and encircled by hills, grasslands and deodar forests.