15 stunning natural wonders to visit in India

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Chembra Lake - Kerala - En route to the tip of Chembra Peak in Kerala, you'll find Chembra Lake, a heart-shaped lake believed never to have dried up.

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Nohkalikai Falls - Meghalaya - Nohkalikai Falls, in the state of Meghalaya, is the tallest plunge waterfall in India, with a height of 1,115 feet (340 meters). 

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Agumbe - Karnataka - Agumbe is a small village known for its heavy rainfall and lush rainforests. Hiking trails weave past towering mountains and tumbling waterfalls.

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Roopkund Lake - Uttarakhand - Roopkund Lake is located 16,500 feet (5,029 meters) above sea level at the foot of Trisul, one of India's highest mountains.

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Keoladeo National Park - Rajasthan - Keoladeo National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its abundance of native, resident, and migratory birds. 

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Kanha National Park - Madhya Pradesh - Kanha National Park is home to a large population of the Royal Bengal tiger, Indian leopards, sloth bears, and Indian wild dogs. 

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Zanskar Valley - Ladakh - Zanskar Valley is known for its rugged landscapes and is popular for adventure sports like trekking, paragliding, and water rafting.

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Majuli - Assam - Majuli is the world's largest river island on the Brahmaputra River. The island is inhabited by members of the Mising, Deori, and Sonowal Kachari tribes.

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Thar Desert - Rajasthan - The Thar Desert, also known as the Great Indian Desert, boasts rolling sand dunes perfect for camel safaris.

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Pangong Lake - Ladakh - Situated at a height of approximately 14,271 feet (4,350 meters), Pangong Lake is the world's highest saltwater lake.

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Loktak Lake - Manipur - Loktak Lake, the largest freshwater lake in northeast India, is home to unique floating islands called phumdi. 

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Rann of Kutch - Gujarat - The Rann of Kutch is an area of salt marshes situated on the border of India and Pakistan. It covers an area of about 7,000 square miles.

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Chilika Lake - Odisha - Chilika Lake holds the title of Asia's largest brackish water lagoon. It is also the second-largest coastal lagoon in the world. 

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Valley of Flowers - Uttarakhand - The Valley of Flowers is a UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for its meadows of alpine flowers. 

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Lonar Lake - Maharashtra - Lonar is a 50,000-year-old lake that formed after a meteorite hit the earth. In 2020, the waters turned pink. 

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