The rich natural landscape with clear blue lakes and majestic mountains, India also attracts tourists with historic works recognized as world heritage.
1. The National Park of Flowers Valley (Uttarakhand State) is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, discovered by a climber in 1931, hidden in the Himalaya Mountains, behind the Zanskar Mountains. When the weather is warmer, the valley comes alive with hundreds of flowers blooming. The most appropriate time to visit is between July and October.
2. Wind Castle was built in 1799 as an extension of the Royal Palace in Jaipur city, Hawa Mahl. It was originally designed so that women in the royal family could see the streets without being seen.
3. Ladakh is one of the most spectacular areas in India, with towering mountains and deep valleys. The Nubra Valley is located in the northernmost part of Ladakh, with the Shyok River crossing.
4. Adalaj terraces in Ahmedabad city are typical of Indo-Islamic architecture and design. The Adalaj well consists of 5 floors, dating from 1499. All walls are elaborately carved with motifs such as flowers and birds, or mythological scenes.
5. The distance from Kochi 460 km, the small island of Agatti is part of Lakshadweep – India’s smallest territory. White sandy beaches, rich coral reefs, and turquoise waters make the beach an ideal resort, although visitors need permission to come here.
6. As the “jewel in the crown” of Kashmir, Lake Dal is a “must-visit” place when visiting Srinagar, with beautiful gardens and snow-capped mountains. The best way to enjoy the scenery is the traditional wooden boat ride on the lake.
7. The Sam dunes located on the outskirts of Jaiselmer city (Rajasthan state) are one of the most accessible areas of the Great Thar desert – also known as the Sahara of India. A tour on the camelback to see sunrise and sunset will be a memorable experience.