The beauty of nature’s creations is undeniably stunning. Some of these creations are so awe-inspiring thatmake us ponder about the creation of this beautiful world. India is a land of such beautiful natural wonders. In this article, we will tell you about 8 such natural wonders that you can consider for your jaunts.
Belum Caves, Andhra Pradesh
The unlighted caverns of Belum Caves make travellers feel jocund.These caves are as deep as 3.5 km, it is the second-largest cave in India andis considered one of the longest caves in the Indian subcontinent. However, Only 1.5 km of the cave is open to tourists.Stalactite and stalagmite formations of this cave make anunforgettable sight that. A traveller is often left amazedby the beauty of this rare geomorphic creation, which was formed due to the constant flow of underground water for centuries.
Living Root Bridge
This root bridge located in Cherrapunji is also called Double Decker Living Root Bridge. These bridges are common in the southern part of the Northeast Indian state of Meghalaya. Thesebridgesare made of Ficus elastic tree. Suchbridgesgive scenic beauty and at the same time strong. Once mature, some bridges can carry as many as 50 people.
It is the largest river island in the world. This place is very famous for flora and fauna and many endangered species are also found here. This is situated on the banks of the Brahmaputra river in Assam. Majuli can also be called the cultural capital of Assam. Majuli is located at a distance of two hundred kilometres from Guwahati, the capital of Assam.Mostly inhabited by Tribals, the culture of Majuli is unique and quite interesting. The main festival in the town of Majuli is called Raas.
Marble Rocks Bhedaghat
Bhedaghat is situated on the banks of river Narmada, about 20 km from Jabalpur city. Bhedaghat is known for its marble beauty and magnificent waterfalls. Along with this, Dhuandhar Falls is also very famous among tourists for the 100 feet high rocks of shining marble. The humongous limestone and magnesium rocks flank the river Narmada giving the tourists an ethereal view of the many scenic locales that Bhedaghat has to offer. This place looks more beautiful when the rays of the sun fall on these marble white rocks and their shadow falls on the water. In the moonlit night alsocreates magical effects.
Floating Island Loktak Lake
The floatingislands of Loktak Lake are located in Manipur, which is famous for its floating vegetation and clay islands on its surface. These islands are called Phumdis.It is the only floating lake in the world and the only largest freshwater lake in the Northeast of India. Loktak Lake located near Moirang is also known as the Natural Wonder of Manipur. Inhabited by locals, who have built their shelter on the floating island, the view of the lake turns picturesque as soon as the sunsets. Keibul Lamjao National Park is located inside this lake and it is the only floating national park in the world.
Valley of Flowers
If you want to see how heaven looks like? This is the place to visit. The Valley of Flowers, located in the Chamoli district in the state of Uttarakhand, is one of the most attractive places in India. The Valley of Flowers, located in the Western Himalayas is also a national park.Different types of seasonal flowers inthe Valley of Flowers make this place very scenic.
Reverse waterfall, Lonavala
Reverse Waterfall is one of the baffling creations by nature. The surprising thing about the reverse waterfall is that the water of this waterfall comes upwards instead of falling down. During the monsoon, when the waterfall is in spate, the water of the spring is seen going upwards in the form of a fountain. It is believed that this water of the waterfall comes up due to high-pressure winds.
Balancing Rock, Tamil Nadu
If you are on your excursion to Mahabalipuram in search of amazing heritage sites and beautiful ancient temples, then you must visit this natural wonder. A massive stone, popularly known as the Krishna’s Butter Ball, has balanced itself precariously at the slippery edge of a hill for ages. Looking at it, one wonders as to how a giant rock stood the test of time to remain stuck at that place for so many years.