India’s 10 Wonderful Places That are Hardly Discovered and Least Explored

The Geographical land of MotherIndia is so full of natural wonders and scenic spots,these amazing places are discovered but are not in the list of some well known tourist destinations. I have put together an awesome list of 10 unbelievable cool and natural scenic attractions places in India to explore during your holiday travel.

Salt Desert of Rann


The land of nothingness is the world’s largest salt desert spans an area of 7505.22 Sq. km.,located in the western end of Gujarat and known as Rann of Kutch. It’s actually a seasonally salt marsh and one of the biggest industry in Gujarat, producing about 70% of the total salt in India.

Trap of Forest Hill Caves


The state of Meghalaya is known for its longest and deepest caves in the world,which attract tourists from all over the globe. Three hills of Meghalaya Khasi hills,Jaintia hills and Garo hill are home to innumerable caves approximately 1,350 and spanned over 400 of kilometre, makes the large trap of natural caves in India.

Swamp Forest Sundarbans


The beautiful forest or Sundarbans is the largest mangrove forest in the world,formed by the Ganges–Brahmaputra Delta. Sundarbans freshwater swamp forests or Green Delta offers a unique ecosystem and a rich wildlife habitat.

Himalayan Ice Mountains

The Great Kailash

The great Himalayas or abode of the snow is home to the world’s highest mountain peaks, Mount Everest along with hundred of other mountains and peaks exceeding 7,200 metres (23,600 ft) in height. Himalayan Ice Mountains offer’s high altitudes lakes, rivers and snow covered peaks.

Ocean of Arid Sand


The Thar Desert is also known as Ocean of sand is one of the largest arid region in the Indian subcontinent with an area of more than 200,000 km. Great Indian Desert sand dunes are the major tourist attractions and the fragile ecosystem of the Thar supports a unique and varied species of birds, reptiles and wild animals.

Strip of Coastal Plain


Coastal India is devided into Eastern coastal plains lying between the Eastern Ghats and the Bay of Bengal and Western Coastal Plains between the west coast of India and the Western Ghats hills. This wide stretch of landmass,thin strip of plains and Islands are actually sandwiched between the Western-Eastern Ghats and the Arabian Sea-Bay of Bengal and home to most of the amazing Indian wildlife.

Sea Islets and Islands


The two Indian union territories Lakshadweep and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands are major sea island,located in the Arabian sea and the Bay of Bengal. Lakshadweep has 36 islands and islets and Andaman Islands consists of 204 small islands, which are now a days one of the major tourist destinations in India.

Biodiversity Hotspot


The biodiversity hotspot regions of India are one of the richest in the world in terms of endemic species of mammals, birds and reptiles. The Western Ghats,Eastern Himalayas and North-Eastern India region are home to a wide ranges of flora and fauna, including the well-known large mammals Asian Elephant, Bengal Tiger, Asiatic Lion, Leopard, Sloth Bear and greater one-horned rhinoceros.

Reserved-Protected Forests


The list of Indian forests can be divided into reserved,protected and unclassed forest, where all activities like hunting and grazing are banned. Reserved forests and protected forests of India are upgraded to the status of wildlife sanctuaries,Biosphere reserves and national park.

Amazing Aquatic Life


The world of Aquatic animals is a very diverse, fascinating and least explored places in India,the aquatic ecosystem of India offers supports to marine species and their habitat, conservation and protection. The major rivers, lakes, wetlands,oceans,sea and other water bodies are home to beautiful and amazing aquatic wildlife.