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India’s Must-See Natural Wonders

Natural Wonders Every year, a considerable number of foreign tourists visit Goa's beautiful beaches. 

Natural Wonders: India’s geography ranged from a land boundary to a lengthy coastline flanked by oceans, islands, Himalayan mountains, and densely wooded hill areas

Natural Wonders India’s geography ranged from a land boundary to a lengthy coastline flanked by oceans, islands, Himalayan mountains, and densely wooded hill areas.

India’s geographical features include seven wonders, heritage sites, and must-see natural places such as the Great Indian Desert Thar, the snow-capped Himalayas, the Nilgiri mountains, the beautiful lakes of Ladakh, and the peaks of the western ghats. Famous waterfalls include Jog Falls, Hoggenakal Falls, Thoseghar waterfall, Shivanasamudra Falls, and Chitrakote Falls. 

  1. Goa Beaches – Goa is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in India, with 54 seashores placed on the country’s western coast. Every year, a considerable number of foreign tourists visit Goa’s beautiful beaches. 
  2. Kerala Backwaters – Kerala Backwaters is the country’s most popular tourist destination; many of them are state trade highways and national waterways of India. The backwater network contains huge lakes, many rivers, and canals parallel to the Arabian Seashore. This series of brackish lagoons and lakes has a particular ecology and is home to various aquatic animals.
  3. Majuli Island Assam – Majuli Island in Assam is the largest river island formed by the Brahmaputra and Subansiri rivers, located 20 kilometers from Jorhat. Many unique and endangered avifauna species live on the island, including migratory birds such as Adjutant Storks, Siberian cranes, and Pelicans. 
  4. Dudhsagar Waterfall Goa – Dudhsagar Waterfall, popularly known as the Sea of Milk, is a four-tiered waterfall in Goa’s Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary. The falls are bordered by a deciduous forest of the Western Ghats and are home to a diverse range of wildlife.
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  6. Floating Lake Manipur – Loktak Lake in Manipur state is India’s biggest freshwater lake, near Moirang, and famed for its floating phumdis. This historic lake is also home to the world’s first floating national park, Keibul Lamjao, which is the sole habitat of the endangered sangai or Manipur brow-antlered deer. 

This article is curated by Prittle Prattle News.

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