Stunning Places To Show Your Nature Photography Skills
Get your cameras ready to dig into lots of various gifts of nature and to click amazing pictures of them. India is a land having lots of treasures of different landscapes, greenery, forests, mountains, deserts, oceans, rivers, lakes, and many more amazing gems of nature for you to capture in your cameras. India is surely a great country having the best places to visit for showing your nature photography skills.
Here are the best places to visit for nature’s photography in India.
Wayanad is located in the northeastern part of Kerala and has mountains covered in green blankets of nature.
You will have amazing pics to capture of coffee plantations, tea plantations, paddy fields, and waterfalls.
You will get stunning views of Lakkidi point, Kanthanpara Waterfall, Thusharagiri Waterfalls, Eddakal Caves Hilltop View, etc.
Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir
The “Heaven on Earth” offers fantastic views of snowy surroundings, amazing hills, splendid lakes, sunrises, and sunsets to capture in your camera.
Srinagar is one of the best places to visit for nature photography in India where you will find pleasant views of the Jhelum river, Dal Lake, Floating Vegetable Market, etc.
Click mesmerizing 360-degree panorama of surroundings by sitting in a houseboat floating on the waters or spend a night in it and click fantastic pictures of sunrise.
Located in the southern part of amazing Karnataka, Coorg hill station is famous for its coffee plantations, waterfalls, misty landscapes, spice plantation, and many more other gifts of nature.
Coorg – “Scotland of India” is one of the best places to visit for nature photography in India to capture the amazing pictures of waterfalls in your camera. The waterfalls consist of Abbey falls, Iruppa falls, Mallalli falls, Burundi falls, and Chelavara falls.
Kaas Pathar, Maharashtra
Kaas Pathar is a paradise of pretty and wonderful flowers. There are more than 850 species of flowers found on the plateau. It is one of the best places to visit for nature photography in India which is located in Satara district of beautiful Maharashtra state
This UNESCO World Biodiversity Site consists of flowers like Ceropegia vincaefolia, Hitchenia caulina, Habenaria longicorniculata, Impatiens Balfourii, Arisaema Murrayi, Asclepias curassavica, Pinda concanensis, Habenaria grandifloriformis, Senecio Bombayensis, Murdannia Lanuginosa, Gloriosa superba, Cynotis Tuberosa, Costus speciosus, etc.
Please note that on weekends and public holidays it is compulsory to do online booking before visiting Kaas Pathar. Only 3000 people are allowed on Kaas Pathar in a day. The fee is 100 Rs per person. But children below the age of 12 can visit it free of cost. Furthermore, Senior citizens above the age of 65 can also visit this wonderful paradise of flowers free of cost.
There is a bus service available from the parking place to Kaas Plateau. Moreover, One can also participate in Kaas Parisar Darshan where one will get to see Kaas Pathar as well as other fabulous destination around it that consist of Akiv Dhabdhaba, Kaas Talav, Navra Navri Cha Dongar, Vajrai Dhabdhaba, Ghatai Devi Temple, Koyana Bank, Sahayadrinagar Windmills, etc. Furthermore, the Kaas Parisar Darshan Bus Safari charges are 400 Rs per person.
You can do the online booking on this government site of Kaas Pathar.
Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh
The Khajjiar is a small town that is located near Dalhousie and is also known as “mini-Switzerland of India.”
Khajjiar is a perfect combination of charming meadows, exquisite snow-capped mountains, vivid lakes. It is situated between dense forests that will surely give you beautiful pictures on your journey.
Araku, Andhra Pradesh
Araku is one of the mesmerizing destinations in India for nature photography having stunning mountains, misty clouds, rose gardens, coffee plantations, waterfalls, caves, hills, and museums.
You will get to click amazing pictures of Chaparai Waterfalls, Ananthagiri Hills, and bora caves. There is also mesmerizing Padmapuram Botanical Garden and Araku Tribal Museum.
Dzukou Valley, Nagaland
Visit Dzukou valley to click pictures of incredible Rolling green hills, a blanket of flowers, and snowy mountain during winter, and sunsets.
Take photos of the most famous flower in Dzukou valley known as Dzükou lily. You will also get to click pictures of Aconitum and rhododendrons.
Thar Desert, Rajasthan
The Thar Desert is India’s largest desert that will give you vibrant photos of rolling sandhills.
This desert of Rajasthan is also known as the Great Indian Desert and is the world’s 17th largest desert and 9th largest subtropical desert. It will be amazing to click a panorama photograph of such a largest desert.
Dunes are in continuous motion so you will get stunning photos of them in various shapes and sizes. Also, don’t forget to clicks pictures of saline lake beds.
Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh
Ziro is a splendid town in Arunachal Pradesh and is famous for its fabulous pine trees, classic rice fields, and rolling green hills.
You can get amazing pictures of varieties of fauna in Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary. You can also get cool photos of the beautiful surroundings of Kile Pakho, Miley, and Dolo Mando.
Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu
Kanyakumari has spectacular views to offer like enchanting beaches, fascinating waterfalls, magnificent mountains, paddy fields, hills, valleys, sunrise, and sunset for your photography.
It is one of the best places to visit for nature photography in India which offers stunning views of sunrise and sunset on the same beach. You can capture amazing pictures of waterfalls like Thirparappu falls, Olakaruvi falls and the Courtallam Falls.
Jodhpur is famous for its Thar desert, blue houses, cultural artefacts, traditional dances, and palaces.
You will get mesmerizing pictures of Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, and Jaswant Tada.
Dhanis village is a place where you will get to click pictures of cultural events that happen there.
Pavagadh Archaeological Park, Champaner
The best place to click pictures of ancient archaeological, historical, cultural artefacts, and age-old monuments.
Pavagadh Archaeological Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the Panchmahal district.
There are many forts, temples, lakes, hills, 8th and 14th-century age-old monuments, mosques, tombs, etc.