Top 8 Natural Wonders in India

Top 8 Natural Wonders in India:

the valley of flowers

1. Himalayas:

The Himalayas are one of the highest mountains in the world. Here major peaks are at the height of 7300 m. Adventure events frequently happen here—the trekker’s dream is to climb Everest, a part of the Himalayas.

2. The Beautiful Valley of Flowers:

The Valley of flowers is situated in the Himalayas. This is one of the national parks in India. Here the various coloured flowers bring a beautifully scenic. When the visitors glance, they feel they are in heaven—the Valley is at an altitude of 3500 meters. Here the combination of greenery meadows and the colour of the flowers add an extra fantastic scene for the spectators.

3. The great delta Sandarban: 

Sundarbans delta formed with the flow of the Ganges, Brahmaputra, and Meghna rivers. This delta stretched to Bangladesh. Bangladesh’s delta created an enormous mangrove forest, now the world’s largest mangrove forest.

4. Andaman and Nicobar Islands:

The Andaman and Nicobar islands combine 572 islands in the middle of the Bay of Bengal. Before India gained independence, the British administration sent prisoners to this place. During the freedom struggle, these Islands were famous for unethical activities by the British. But here, the landscapes, dense forests, and the rare tribes are an extra attraction to this island. Here only 38 islands are inhabitations by some rare tribes.

5. Girsky forest, National Reserve Forest:

These forests are also called as Sasan-Gir forests. This is one of the important natural areas in Asia. This is India’s reserve forest, and many species and animals are inhabitants of this forest. The woods spread over nearly 1153 square kilometres. The tourists also accept to visit this place.

6. River Yamuna:

Now the river is called the Yamuna. But the Yamuna is the ancient name of this river, so it remembers the old story; it is believed that on the shores and waters,e Yamuna gods were playing.

7. Waterfall Gersoppa:

Gersoppa waterfall is a very longest waterfall in the world. The flow of the water is 472 wide and has four streams. The waterfall scene attracts tourists and makes them tourists immensely enjoy it.

8. Valley Dzhating, Assam State:

The Dzhating valley is situated in Assam state, Assam, India. This Valley looks pretty unique and enjoyable. Here we can see a wide variety of animals and birds. Some parts of the Valley are very slope, and the trekkers do adventure sports here.