India is one of the top eco-tourist destinations in the world. From the backwaters of Kerala to the mountain ranges of Himalayas, there are plenty of reasons to explore nature in India.
A visit to the backwaters in Kerala is one of the best ways to stay close to nature. Take a houseboat cruise and relax watching the ripples and having some sumptuous delicacies prepared by the chef specially for you.
Another beatiful eco-tourist destination to visit in Kerala is Munnar. With its vast layers of tea orchards and lush green hills and the unique Neelakkurinji flowers that is a visual treat, Munnar is a tourist place that every nature lover should explore.
Coorg in Karnataka is also among the top eco-tourist destinations in India. With lakes, rivers and national parks around, Coorg has a lot for the nature lover to escape into.
Chilika Lake in Odisha is one of the beautiful eco-tourist spots of the country. Being India's largest coastal lagoon, this lake is home to many migratory birds and several other species of plants and animals including mammals, reptiles and amphibians.
On this World Nature Conservation day, let's take a visual tour of many of such eco-tourist destinations in India.