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Eight places in India that look exactly like your abroad dream location 

1. CHITRAKOOT FALLS in Bastar, Chattisgarh also called the Small Niagara.



Chitrakoot falls are located in the middle of Vindhya ranges. Chitrakoot waterfall is the largest waterfall in India. The height of the falls is 100 feet. This waterfall is considered the Niagara Falls of India and is the broadest waterfall in the nation. The water colour changes from season to season. In monsoon because of silt it turns a little brown in shade whereas in summer it’s white and clear. The shape of the waterfall is like a horse-shoe.

2. ALLEPPEY in Kerala, called the Venice of East.



In India, don’t get surprised as we have our own Venice in the Backwater of Kerala, in the God’s own country. Alleppey also known as Alappuzha is the most popular backwaters in Kerala was given the title of Venice of the East by Lord Curzon as it is a town with picturesque canals, backwaters, beaches, and lagoons.

3. COORG, also called the Scotland of India.



Coorg is popularly known as the “Kashmir of South India” or the “Scotland of India”. This is because of its breath-taking sceneries and the gratifying climate that the city offers throughout the year (except the monsoon seasons). Located at an altitude of 3000 feet above sea level and covering an area of 1584 square miles.

4. KHAJJIAR in Himachal Pradesh, called Switzerland of India.



Khajjiar is known to be among the 160 locations in the world that bear striking resemblance with Switzerland. Khajjiar Lake & Ground is a beautiful place and is a real treat to the eyes. This place bears a striking resemblances to lush green Switzerland and can be reached via Bakrota Hills from Dalhousie.

5. PONDICHERRY'S FRENCH QUARTER, called Greece's Fira.



Though established by the French, Pondicherry's French Quarter bears an uncanny resemblance to Fira in Greece. Stunning yellow buildings marked with white outlines arrayed gracefully, narrating the tale of French; French Quarter is the charm of Pondicherry.

6. INDIA GATE in New Delhi, looks like Arc De Triomphe in Paris.



India Gate, in Delhi, was built in 1931 as a memorial for the Indian soldiers who dies during the First World War. The 42mt tall structures has been serving as India's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier since 1971. It is very similar in appearance to the Arc De Triomphe in Paris, which is a 50mt tall structure built a hundred years earlier. The Arc De Triomphe serves as  France's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

7. RANN OF KUTCH in Gujarat , looks same like Mini Bonneville Salt Flats.


The Great Rann of Kutch is a marvellous seasonal salt marsh located in the midst of the Thar Desert which is located in the Kutch District of Gujarat, India and the Sindh province of Pakistan. Mostly for the riders the Kutch valley is a vast white (salt) desert. Break your land with speed. And watch the stars while you are at it.

8. ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLAND, just like the Ko Phi Phi Island.



From the shiny white beaches of Andaman to the Cellular Jail. The peace and the quite aroma of Sea will bring solace to your soul. Enjoy the beauty of the beach and go for a scuba diving to enjoy the world of marine.