India is beautiful! There are many places yet to see in India which are unknown to us. Mentioned below are some of those places.
1. India’s Largest River Island – Majuli, Assam
Majuli is a large river island in the Brahmaputra River, Assam, India. The island had a total area of 1,250 square km. Majuli has shrunk as the river surrounding it has grown. Majuli island is accessible by ferries from the City of Jorhat. The island is about 200 kilometres east from the state’s largest city Guwahati.
The island was formed due to course changes by the river Brahmaputra and its tributaries, mainly the Lohit. Majuli is an island,it is always a wet place. The southern part of the island is a bird lovers paradise. Between November and March is the best time to visit this place.
2. Corals And Serenity At Lakshadweep
Lakshadweep is a group of islands in the Laccadive Sea, 200 to 440 km of the south western coast of India. Due to its isolation and scenic appeal, Lakshadweep was already known as a tourist attraction for Indians. Water sports activities such as scuba diving, wind surfing, snorkelling, surfing, kayaking, canoeing, water skiing, sportfishing, yachting and night-voyages into the sea are quite popular activities among tourists.
Tourists flock to these islands throughout the year except during the South-west monsoon months when seas are extremely rough. The main occupation of the people who is living in Lakshadweep is fishing and coconut cultivation with tuna being the main item of export.
3. Gurudongmar Lake, Sikkim
Gurudongmar Lake is one of the highest lakes in the world. It lies in the district of North Sikkim in the state of Sikkim in India, only some 5 kilometres south of Chinese border. The lake can be reached by road from Lachen via Thangu.
Gurudongmar lake provides one of the source streams of the Teesta River. The source of Teesta, the Tso Lhamo Lake, lies some 5 km to the east. One can seek permission from the army to trek from Gurudongmar Lake to Tso Lhsmo Lake. The lake remains completely frozen in the winter months from November to Mid-May.
4. Spectacular View of Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh
Ziro is a census town in Lower Subansiri district in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. It has been a favorite town for World Heritage Site for a number of years now. Ziro is nearly 150 km from the capital, Itanagar. It is 100 km from North Lakhimpur- the nearest city.
Its cool weather in summer is its major attraction. It is famous for its pine-clad gentle hills around it and rice field all around. Ziro is home to the Apatani tribe. Ziro has the highest number of Schools in Arunachal Pradesh. There are more than hundred Private and Government Schools.
5. Greenery And Tranquility In Bhandardara, Maharashtra
Bhandardara is a holiday resort village on the western ghat of India. The village is located in the Ahmednagar district of the state of Maharashtra, about 185 kilometers from Mumbai. Bhandardara sits by the Pravara River and is a blend of natural beauty, waterfalls, mountains, tranquility, greenery, invigorating air and pristine ambiance.
The Bhandardara Lake and the Randha falls are major tourist attractions. Bhandardara is full of attractions from Wilson Dam to Arthur Lake. Bhandardara provides plenty of opportunity for small treks and hikes for adventure lovers. The most interesting and exciting trek is the small trek to Ratangad fort. Ratanwadi is known for its scenic boat rides.