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Top 10 hidden secret Places in North India

Top 10 hidden secret Places in North India

Top 10 hidden secret Places in North India

The nature and the environment of India always surprise everyone and a thing to bear in mind. The Holy land has a large variety of fauna and flora. One can see different climatic conditions and geographical areas in India. Somewhere one can see the long and mighty range of mountains and in another place the beautiful sea or deserts. People across the globe came to India to enjoy and explore the beauty. So we can say India is a land of a best-kept secrets.

So let us check out some of the best secret and hidden gems of Northern India

1. Anini Village, Arunachala Pradesh –

Anini Village - Pc - Social Media
Anini Village – Pc – Social Media

Anini village is situated in the Dibang valley of Arunachala Pradesh. The elevation of this place is 1968 meters and has a population of nearly 2000-3000 as per the 2001 census. The mountain ranges of this area look more beautiful and a thing to enjoy.

2. Living Root Bridge, Meghalaya –

Living Root Bridge, Mawlynnong
Living Root Bridge, Mawlynnong

The name says all about this bridge, it is formed by the living branches of a tree known as Ficus Elastica. It can hold the weight of humans.

3. Loktak Floating Island –

Loktak Lake: The World's Only Floating Lake
Loktak Lake: The World’s Only Floating Lake

Loktak Floating Island is a freshwater lake. It is India’s largest and World’s only floating lake. The phumdis can be found floating on the top of the water’s surface. That is why it is called The Floating Lake.

4.Krangshuri Waterfall, Meghalaya-

Krangshuri Waterfall, Meghalaya
Krangshuri Waterfall, Meghalaya

The Krangshuri waterfall is one of the best and most beautiful waterfalls of Jaintia Hill. It has an elevation of 40feet. Waterfall deep inside the forest area makes it one of the most visited places.

5. Krem Puri Caves, Meghalaya

Krem Puri Caves, Meghalaya
Krem Puri Caves, Meghalaya

Krem Puri cave or the Fairy Cave is situated in Mawsynram of Meghalaya. The total length of this lake is 24,583 meters! It is the world’s longest sandstone cave.

6. Ziro Valley, Arunachal Pradesh

Ziro Valley, Arunachal Pradesh
Ziro Valley, Arunachal Pradesh

The Ziro town or the Ziro Valley is famous for its paddy field. The beauty of poly-culture farming attracts visitors. It looks more beautiful from the bird’s view.

7.Umngot River, Meghalaya-
The Umngot is considered the cleanest river in the world. Its water is crystal clear and looks very beautiful. People love to enjoy the scenery of the place. The beautiful river is 45 km from Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya, near the India-Bangladesh border. The river is located in the eastern Jayanthi Hills district.

8. Umaim Lake, Shillong-

Umiam Lake
Umiam Lake

The Umiam Lake is a man-made water reservoir. It was formed in 1965 after the construction of a dam on River Umian. It is spread over an area of about 225 square kilometers. There are various water sports and adventure facilities available there, that include scooting, boating, cycling, etc.

9.Dzongu Village, North Sikkim-

Dzongu Village, North Sikkim
Dzongu Village, North Sikkim

Dzongu village is situated in the Northern part of Sikkim. There you can see beautiful rivers that flow between mountain ranges. The beauty of nature in this area attracts visitors and is a thing to watch. The scenery gives iteral peace and harmony.

10. Od Ringai Natural Pool, Meghalaya-

Od Ringai Natural Pool
Od Ringai Natural Pool

People love to spend time inside the swimming pool and that is natural. But can you imagine that nature also has such natural pools? Yes, the Od Rinnai is the best example of this. On the top of the mountain, you will see a pool whose water looks very clean and the scenery is another reason to visit this place. Take a bath carefully and enjoy the beauty of Nature.

While enjoying and exploring such beauty of nature always try to save nature and the surroundings. Do not use plastics or playthings in those places. Let us pledge to protect, preserve, and clean this natural paradise.

Also Read : Top Monsoon Destination Point Of Odisha



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