10 Places In India That Don't Feel Real

Valley of Flowers National Park,Uttarakhand

 Himalayan valley carpeted with hundreds of species of alpine flowers.– A UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh

A small hill station nicknamed "Mini Switzerland" for its resemblance to the European country.– Offers meadows, a lake, and a pine forest.

Gurudongmar Lake, Sikkim

 One of the highest lakes in the world.Surrounded by the snow-capped Himalayas, offering breathtakingly pristine beauty.

Marble Rocks of Bhedaghat, Madhya Pradesh

Smooth, white marble rocks rising up to 100 feet on either side.– A narrow gorge along the Narmada River.

Magnetic Hill, Ladakh

 A stretch of road where vehicles appear to defy gravity and roll uphill.The phenomenon is likely an optical illusion.

Loktak Lake, Manipur

 The largest freshwater lake in Northeast India.– Famous for its 'phumdis' - floating islands of vegetation and soil.

Nubra Valley, Ladakh

 Bactrian camels (double-humped camels) can be found here, adding to the unique landscape.– High-altitude desert with stunning sand dunes.

Dawki River, Meghalaya

Crystal-clear river with water so transparent you can see the riverbed.A popular spot for picnics and boating.

Living Root Bridges,Meghalaya

Dense forests where the roots of rubber trees are trained to form bridges over rivers.Beautiful examples of how humans can work with nature.

Rann of Kutch, Gujarat

– During monsoon season, it fills with water and reflects the sky, creating a stunning mirror effect.– A vast, white salt desert.