Written on: 24/07/2012 by rahulsingh (1 review written)
Economical natural balance in nature is maintained by nature itself. Typography of the land helps in doing this. Somewhere there are dense forests and at others there is only field of ice without a green vegetation cover. Eco tourism is all about visiting the beaches, backwaters, ghats, mountains, deserts, lakes, rivers, tea gardens, waterfalls, valleys, villages, wildlife parks and glaciers etc.
Here is a list of few wonderful, spectacular and magnificent waterfalls in India:
•Abbey falls of Kodagu are in the State of Karnataka. The area around it is famous for its cardamom plantation.
•Jog Falls is in Shimoga district of Karnataka. Waters of River Sharavathi feed the waterfull which cascades down from 259 m. From here one can travel to Lion Tiger Reserve, Tunga Anicut Dam and Honnemaradu.
•Athirampally and Vazhachal Waterfalls are spectacular fall near Kochi. Honeymoon couples love to visit them.
•Dudhsagar Waterfall is in Sanguem district of Goa. They are considered to be the highest in the world.
•Hogenakkal Waterfall is located on the border between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. These waterfalls seem to have water of medicinal quality.
India is the largest producer of tea. Tea Gardens cover a large piece of land on Indian Sub-Continent. World quality tea is produced on these tea estates. Well known tea garden homes are in Assam Darjeeling, Munnar and Nilgiri beside others. Some names are mentioned below for reference:
•Nilgiri area – Tiger Hill, Nonsuch Dunsandale, Parkside, Craimore, Pascoes Woodlands, Glendele, Corsley and Colacumby.
•Darjeeling tea gardens: Takvar
•Assam: Ambika, Jamirah, Wiliamson Tea Estates, Gogaidubi, Amguri, and Talap etc.
•Munnar: Harrison Malayalam, Michael’s Tea and AVT Tea etc.
Fresh air is invigorating to the spirits around these eco friendly places.