Translate in your language

List of Best Landscapes in India that you must know! - By: NEETA SHARMA

landscape

Everyone wants to enjoy the view of beautiful landscapes and in India, there are lots of places that you can explore and see the breathtaking views. The natural landscapes in India range from The Himalayas to Kanyakumari and from east to west. Sprawling coastline, magnificent hills, stunning desert, lush forests, and other landscapes always attract most travelers. So, in this post, we are giving you a list of the best landscapes in India that you must explore.

1.   Mountain range in the Himalayas

Mountain range in the Himalayas
Travelers are always excited to travel and explore Himalayan range. The Himalayan mountain range is popularly known as the 'adobe of snow' and offers the most amazing mountain landscapes in India. This magnificent range stretches across five major states in India. These are Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Seven sisters’ states, and Sikkim. Apart from seeing amazing landscapes you can also trek to Triund via Mcleodganj, enjoy a shikara ride in Dal Lake, and visit the Nathu La Pass in Sikkim.

shikara ride in Dal Lake

2.   The Central Highlands

Lake Pichola

Many people studied plateaus in the Geography subject. The central highlands offers some amazing landscapes and as compared to the other landscapes it covers the largest area. It is divided into various plateaus such as the Deccan plateau, the popular Malwa plateau, and the Chota Nagpur plateau. Moreover, the Central Highlands stretches across Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Odisha, and many more states in India. You can travel to Udaipur at Lake Pichola, explore the Deolo Hill in Kalimpong, and see enthralling sunrise at Wilson Point.

sunrise at Wilson Point

3.   The Indo-Gangetic Plains


The Indo-Gangetic Plains

The Indo-Gangetic Plains is located at the foothills of the Himalayan Mountain range. These are divided into several regions the Ganga Plain, Punjab Plain, and the Brahmaputra Valley. Additionally, these regions are further divided into four major belts that are Bhangar Region, Khadar Region, Terai Region, and Bhabar Region. One can see explore and see Kaziranga National Park, trek to India’s second-highest mountain of Nanda Devi, enjoy river rafting in Nameri National Park, and many more.

river rafting

4.   The Eastern Ghats

Borra Caves in Vizag

The Eastern Ghats have a striking range of mountains and extend from West Bengal to Odisha. It also passes from Andhra Pradesh to Tamil Nadu covering some parts of Karnataka. These are very popular amongst travelers for photography and are rich in flora and fauna. Furthermore, the Eastern Ghats also includes Borra Caves in Vizag, Doddabetta park in Ooty, Sundarbans, and a lot more.

Ooty

5.   The Western Ghats

The Western Ghats

Western Ghats is one of the best UNESCO World Heritage Sites and runs parallel to the east of the western coastline. These ghats are spread in across six states as well as two plateaus. It has one of the best locations for nature and lovers of adventure enthusiasts. Travelers can visit the Karla and Bhaja caves in Lonavala, Pamban bridge in Rameswaram, chill at Brahmagiri Hill in Munnar, and many more places.

Pamban bridge in Rameswaram

6.   The Thar Desert


The Thar Desert

Over one-third of the Thar Desert lies in India and the rest is in Pakistan. It is spread across a massive region of 2,00,00 square kilometers. The Thar Desert covers a major part of Rajasthan, Gujarat, and some parts of Punjab as well. The vastness of this region is as big as the sky and let you  enjoy superb landscapes and other activities such as camel safaris, exploring royal Umaid Bhawan Palace, and many more.

camel safaris

7.   The Coastal Plains and Islands


scuba diving

The list of best landscapes in India is incomplete without the Coastal Plains and Islands in India. The eastern coastline and western coastline combined together offer alluring spots to witness the best landscapes in India. Also, travelers love to enjoy beautiful landscapes in Andaman & Nicobar, and Lakshadweep Islands. These regions in India are also known for enjoying scuba diving, canoeing in Minicoy Island, banana boat ride in Port Blair, indulge in kite surfing in Kadmat Island, and go for a romantic walk on the white sands of Radhanagar Beach.

# Final Words

There are many places in India that are popular all around the world for their eye-catching landscapes. Also, all the places mentioned above in the post are the best and gives you an enchanting view. So, we hope you enjoyed this article regarding the best landscapes in India. Additionally, if you have any queries or suggestions then you can comment us below. Thank You!

 


Post a Comment

Copyright © 2016-2021 FunAtTrip