India's Natural Heritage: 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

The Sunderbans cover the world's biggest region of mangrove forests, spanning 10,000 square kilometers of land and sea in India

Sundarbans National Park

In 2012, the mountain chain that runs practically parallel to India's western coast was recognized as a World Heritage site. Also known as the Sahyadri mountain range

Western Ghats

Himalayan National Park, which was established in 1984 and covers an area of 1,171 square kilometers, was designated a World Heritage site in 2014. 

Great Himalayan National Park

Hampi in the Karnataka state of south India is so bizarrely beautiful that it seems to be on a completely different planet. 

Hampi, Karnataka

Keoladeo National Park, originally Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, is home to over 360 bird species in Rajasthan's Bharatpur.

Keoladeo National Park

Manas National Park, also known as Manas Wildlife Sanctuary, is a Project Tiger Reserve, Elephant Reserve, and Biosphere Reserve in Assam's Himalayan foothills. 

Manas Wildlife Sanctuary

West Himalaya's Valley of Flowers offers lovely meadows. The mountain ranges and stunning scenery makes it a nature and adventure paradise.

Nanda Devi and Valley of Flowers National Park