Incredible Seven Wonders of India: Travel Guide

Incredible Seven Wonders of India: Travel Guide

Everybody knows about the seven wonders of the world but do you know about the wonders of India? Apart from man-made, India is a land of nature-made wonders and these places have existed for ages. Although there are many magical places in India, in this blog we have listed down the seven most incredible wonders of India which will definitely amaze you.

1. Loktak Lake, Manipur

Loktak Lake, Manipur

Lake Loktak is famous for the phumids (a mass of plants, soil, and organic matter in various stages of decomposition) that float on it. It is home to several types of aquatic plants, water birds, and animals.

2. Magnetic Hill, Ladakh

Magnetic Hills, Ladakh

It is located on Leh-Kargil Highway at 14,000 feet above sea level. When someone puts a car in neutral, it starts to move up a path!

3. Lonar Crater, Maharashtra

Lonar Crater

The Lunar Crater Lake is fifty thousand years old and stretches over an area of 6 kilometers. Its water is salty and alkaline. There are various theories about its creation.

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4. Rann of Kutch, Gujarat

Rann of Kutch

It is one of the largest salt deserts in the world, with surreal landscapes. It stretches from the state of Gujarat in India to parts of Pakistan.

5. Reverse waterfall, Malhej Ghat

Reverse Waterfall

There is a reverse waterfall near Fort Sinhagad. Water flows up during heavy rains due to high wind pressure. Malshej Ghat is located between Kalyan and Ahmednagar in Maharashtra.

6. Living Root Bridges, Meghalaya

Living Root Bridges

Live root bridges were created by intertwining the naturally growing roots of native rubber trees through the hollow trunks of betel nut trees to create impressive bridge-like structures.

7. Hide and Seek Beach, Odisha

Hide and Seek Beach

At Chandipur Beach in Odisha, the sea recedes during high tides to the point where it almost disappears, filling the void again at high tide. This happens twice a day.

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