Araku Valley: The Araku Valley in Andhra Pradesh is 3000 feet above sea level and is known for its coffee plantations.
Alleppey: Alleppey is located in Kerala and the houseboats here help you take a tour of the villages in the backwaters.
Athirapally Falls: Athirapally Falls, Kerala is an area between land and a river stream. It is a famous spot among trekkers.
Dal Lake: The famous Dal Lake in Jammu and Kashmir is known for its shikaras and amazing scenic beauty.
Dzukou Valley: The Dzukou valley in Nagaland is over 2000 metres above sea level. The name of the valley translates into ‘cold water’.
Havelock Islands: Havelock Islands in Andaman and Nicobar have some of the most exquisite snorkeling and diving activities.
Khardung La Pass: The Khardung La Pass, Ladakh is a little over 17000 feet above sea level and is a popular destination for road trips.
Chandratal: The Chandratal Lake is located between Lahaul and Spiti. The ‘moon lake’ has the clearest waters you’ll ever see in India.
Munnar: Munnar, Kerala is full of tea and cardamom plantations. It is situated 6000 feet above sea level.
Rann of Kutch: The Rann of Kutch, Gujarat is a shallow wetland. The salty, barren land in summers is a delight to watch.
Sela Pass: The Sela Pass in Arunachal Pradesh has picturesque locales. The mountains here are 13800 feet high.
Tsomoriri Lake: The Tsomoriri Lake, Jammu and Kashmir gets its name from the salty waters. It is a perfect getaway for deep meditation.
Zanskar: Zanskar is located in the Kargil district, J&K. Rafting and trekking are some of the popular activities here.
Chikamagaluru: Chikamagaluru, Karnataka is a hill station that is famous for its coffee plantations.
Jaisalmer: Jaisalmer, Rajasthan is the place to be for camel safaris. The vast deserts and cultural performances make it worth a visit.
Umiam Lake: Umiam Lake, Meghalaya, was formed while building a dam. It has some really fun water sports facilities.
Nubra Valley: Nubra valley in Leh completely entices you with its captivating surroundings.
Western Ghats: The Western Ghats or the Sahyadris are a mountain range along the western side of India.
Varkala beach: Varkala Beach in Kerala is considered as a holy spot. The waves and sunset provide a truly magical experience.
Pangong Lake: The Pangong Lake is shared between India and China. The lake changes colour every season due to salinity.