In Uttarakhand's Western Himalayas, the Valley of Flowers is a nature's garland with rare and colorful Himalayan flora.
Meteors and craters created this lake. This lake was formed by a meteoric crash.
This massive granite boulder, known as "the rock gravity forgot," is another Indian natural wonder.
This anti- gravity hill is located on the Leh-Kargil-Srinagar National Highway in the Trans-Himalayan area.
Belum caverns in Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh, are one of India's longest and largest caverns.
Due to its size, the Chitrakote waterfall is known as India's Niagara Falls. The Indravati river feeds this waterfall in Jagdalpur's western Bastar area.
St. Mary's Island, a natural marvel 6.4 km off Karnataka's Arabian Sea coast, has some of the country's most beautiful beaches.
Living Root Bridges in Meghalaya, which are also called "Double-Decker Living Root Bridges," are so strange that it's hard to even imagine them.
Dudhsagar Falls, or "sea of milk," is named for its milky white color. Dudhsagar Falls is located between Mollem National Park and Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary.