Continuing from where we left from our first list, we bring you more places to explore and cherish for a lifetime. These are surely worth adding to your travel bucket list and ticking it off. Also the most important thing is, these amazing places in our country required to be preserved and taken care before they become non existent! Here is a list of few..
Sundarbans Delta Mangrove Forest – Bengal
This is one of the largest mangrove forest in the world and also a popular national park. This place is popular for its man eating Bengal tigers. Sundarbans has also been declared as a World Heritage Site by the Unesco.
Kalavantin Durg – Maharashtra
Nestled between Panvel and Matheran in Maharashtra , this picturesque fort was once a watch tower. This fort can be accessed by only climbing narrow stairs which are built around the fort. Don’t forget to carry a lot of food and water as there are no or less facilities on top.
Bhangarh Fort – Rajasthan
A 17th century fort, which is located at the border of Sariska Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan. Also quite famous as india’s one of the most haunted places because of the various ghostly experience the locals and several travellers have experienced.
Nek Chand Saini – Chandigarh
Have you ever heard of a park being built for a period of 36 years? Visit the Nek chand saini which is a rock garden looking more like a fully functional village than an art exhibit! You can find wild gangs of elephants, monkeys and other animals along with waterfalls/impressive sculptures.
Jal Mahal – Rajasthan
Located in the middle of Man sagar lake a man made reservoir, jal mahal(water palace) has four levels beneath the water. This place was never meant to be a palace but was used as a hunting lodge for the rajas. The structure still supports foliage and from the shoreline it looks like a beautiful castle.
The Great Wall of India – Rajasthan
Kolukkumalai tea estate – Munnar
This is a less known yet marvelous place down south and around 35 kms from Munnar. Built high atop 8000ft above sea level, this is known as the highest tea estate in the world. The estate was also awarded with the Golden Leaf India Awards in 2005.
Bylakuppe – Coorg
This is place is known for its largest Tibetian Refugee settlement. Well greeted by the monks, visit to the Golden temple at this place is a refreshing experience for every traveller. Take an auto rickshaw from Kushalnagar to Bylakuppe. The trip takes 10 minutes and should cost not more than 100 rupees.
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