Planning a trip to India soon and don't know where to go to see the wonders of nature and landscapes?

We've got you covered with a list of places that you would certainly regret if you don't make the time to visit.

1. Dudhsagar Waterfall – Goa

The magnificent Dudhsagar Waterfall is among India's tallest waterfalls and located inside the Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary at the border between Karnataka and Goa. Dudhsagar Falls is a four-tiered waterfall created by the Mandovi river and is a favourite among trekkers and tourists.

2. Munnar – Kerala

Munnar hill station is situated at around 1,600 metres in the Western Ghats range of mountains in the Idukki district of Kerala. It is India's largest tea-growing region but it is also known for its wild jungles, wildlife, valleys and mountains.

3. Palolem Beach – Goa

Palolem beach is just one of the places that you have to visit, as it is one of Goa's most postcard-perfect beaches, situated in the Canacona. The beach is known as one of the most beautiful in all of Goa because of its surroundings.

4. Nilgiri Hills – Tamil Nadu

Nilgiri mountains and hills are part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve of the Western Ghats, situated at the borders of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala. It has some of the highest peaks in the South - Doddabetta, Kolaribetta and Snowdon; and also the highest waterfalls, a wide array of plants and wild animals. Sounds like paradise, don't you think?

5. Kudremukh Grassland – Karnataka

The shola-forest and grassland complex of Kudremukh mountain range and peak is the second largest wildlife protected area in Western Ghats. Kuduremukh is one of the highest peak in Karnataka and is known for its breathtakingly view of its mountains, waterfalls, dense forest and wild animals.

6. Brahmagiri Range – Coorg

Brahmagiri mountain hill is a dense forest and has a lot of wildlife in the Western Ghats of South India. Brahmagiri is a scenic tourist attraction, situated on the border between Kodagu and Wayanad.

7. Mawlynnong Village – Meghalaya

Mawlynnong Village in the East Khasi Hills of Meghalaya is known as the 'Cleanest Village in Asia' and also referred as 'God's own garden'. The village is famous for its cleanliness and is one of the those places that you simply can't miss out on.

8. Backwaters – Kerala

The Kerala backwaters are formed by brackish lagoons and lakes parallel to the Arabian Sea coast. The backwaters have a unique ecosystem and is home to many unique species of aquatic birds.

9. Kodaikanal Pine Forest – Tamil Nadu

The pine forest in Kodaikanal is famously known as the 'Gift of the Forest'. Kodaikanal has several other scenic natural attractions such as Kodaikanal Lake, Silver Cascade Waterfall, Dolphin's Nose and Pillar Rocks. You won't spend a dull moment here.

10. Araku Valley – Visakhapatnam

Araku Valley Hill station is one of the most popular Hill Station located in the Eastern Ghats of Andhra Pradesh. The valley of Araku is popular for its famous coffee plantations, Kothavalasa-Kirandul hill railway line and Bora Caves.

Source: Walkthrough India
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