What are the must-visit tourist attractions in India? (Part 1)

India is a country with many beautiful natural and man-made landscapes that attract hundreds of millions of tourists from all over the world to flock every year. And here are most interesting and beautiful destinations in India. Let’s find out now!

Khajjiar – Little Switzerland of India

Khajjiar is located at the foot of Dhauladkar mountain, in the heart of the Himalayas, and at an altitude of 2,000 meters above sea level. Khajjiar is a famous romantic destination of Indian tourism, the hill station is located in the middle of a beautiful landscape with the spreading cool green of reeds and young grass.

This site offers a stunning panoramic view of the lush jungle, meadows, and snowy peaks of the Himalayas. Summer is the best time to visit this place as it won’t be too cold and the hills will be in full bloom.

Drass Valley

Drass is often referred to as the “coldest Mediterranean in Asia” for the sheer chill of intense snowfall during winter. Temperatures can drop to minus a few degrees Celsius below freezing. This is an ideal Indian destination to visit in winter.

However, in the spring and summer, the valley becomes very beautiful, the snow-capped hills have turned into lush green grasslands with a variety of vibrant wildflowers, which further enriches the landscape. more dynamic.

Sandakphu Mountain

Located at an altitude of 3,636 m, Sandakphu is the highest peak located in the Darjeeling district in eastern India. Although the weather is extremely harsh, the top of Mount Sandakphu is still where many tourists come to. Because here, they can experience the feeling of climbing and admire the majestic natural sceneries.

The most prominent are the deciduous forests with all the brightest colors growing from the foot to the top of the mountain.

Uttaranchal flower valley

The Valley of Flowers in Uttarakhand is one of the most spectacular landscapes in Indian tourism, home to more than 300 different species of flowers. This flower valley is also a giant national park of India, stretching over an area of ​​87.5 km2 and at an altitude of 3,000 meters above sea level.

The wonderful beauty of a multitude of flowers such as poppies, lilies, azaleas, orchids … adorn the Nanda Devi mountains all year round covered by fog, adding more highlight and flare brilliant. The flower valley in Uttarakhand is also recognized by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage.