Top Most Beautiful All-natural Wonders of India – 2
The biggest river island in the world is referred to as the Incredible Majuli island, situated from the banks of Brahmaputra River in Assam. Majuli is a hotspot for fauna and flora and home to several rare and endangered avifauna species.
Monsoon attracts the Sea of the glorious Dudhsagar Waterfall in the high peaks of the Western Ghats. Dudhsagar Falls is recorded among the top 10 highest water drops in India and among the most beautiful on the planet.
The sole Floating lake on earth called Loktak Lake of Manipur is the greatest freshwater in North -East India and the only home to endangered sangai or even brow-antlered deer. Loktak Lake is abundant biodiversity with habitat for 57 species of waterbirds and the other 14 species of wetland-associated birds.
The Mudumalai Sanctuary is the assembly point of the Western ghats and Eastern Ghats, Located in the tri-junction of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka on the North Eastern Slopes of the Nilgiris hills.
Valley of Flowers
The blossom valley of Uttarakhand is famous for its beautiful meadows of endemic alpine flowers, the variety of flora and breathtaking scenery. Valley of Flowers National Park is also home to rare and endangered animals and creatures.