There are so many reasons to love Ladakh, but there are so many other places in India which are equally as charming as Ladakh, picturesque, and absolutely breath-taking. As a travel lover, you should visit all of them at least once in your lifetime.
1. Abbott Mount, Uttarakhand
Abbott Mount is located in the Champawat district of Uttarakhand. It is a beautiful and hidden destination in the Himalayas, at the elevation of 6400 feet above the sea level. This place is located away from the hustle and bustle of city life, as there are only 13 old secluded cottages. About Mount is an ideal place for trekking, bird watching and photography. If you’re looking for the peaceful holiday destinations in Uttarakhand, Abbott Mount is just perfect for you.
2. Girnar, Gujarat
Girnar Hill is situated near Junagadh district at a distance of around 327 kms from Ahmedabad. Girnar is home to a number of temples and some historical places across its range and is older than the Himalayas itself. Located in between the lush green Gir Forest, the hilly range serves as the core of religious activity for both Jain and Hindus.
3. Belum Caves, Andhra Pradesh
Belum Caves is the largest tourist cave located in the Kurnool District of Andhra Pradesh and is considered as the second largest and the longest cave in the Indian sub-continent. Belum cave is a natural underground cave formed by the constant flow of underground water.
4. Valparai, Tamil Nadu
Valparai, the pollution free heavenly land is a Taluk and hill station in the Coimbatore district of Tamil Nadu. It is located above 3,500 feet from the sea level on the Anamalai mountain range on the Western Ghats. This Hill Town in Tamil Nadu is surrounded by the valleys, hills, meadows, grasslands, pastures, and waterfalls.
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