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India is among the 10 most beautiful countries in the world


According to a study by money.co.uk, India ranks seventh in the list of the most beautiful countries in the world. The list is prepared after evaluating the natural wonders of each of the countries.

“Although beauty is ultimately subjective, it is clear that these countries have much to offer visitors, whether you prefer to venture into the mountains or relax on the coast,” Sal Haqqi, editor of money.co.uk, told Forbes. Let’s take a look at the list –

According to a study, India is among the 10 most beautiful countries in the world

1. Indonesia

Home to more than 17,000 islands, Indonesia is the most beautiful country in the world according to the aforementioned study. The country boasts of several UNESCO World Heritage Sites including the famous Komodo National Park.

2. New Zealand

The island country has more than 700 small islands that cover a total area of ​​268,021 square kilometers. The rolling pastures, high mountain peaks and glaciers of the country attract tourists from all over the world.

3. Colombia

The transcontinental country spanning South America and North America is known for its long coastline, as well as its mountains and rainforests. Tayrona National Natural Park, Rosario Islands, Serrania de la Macarena National Park and Cocora Valley are some of the places that make Colombia a must-see for nature lovers.

4. Tanzania

For those who enjoy walking in nature, Tanzania is the place to be. The East African country is famous for its vast wilderness areas, including Serengeti National Park – where you can find many elephants, lions, buffaloes and rhinos, and Kilimanjaro National Park, home to the highest African mountain.

4. Mexico

From rainforests to mountains, volcanoes, deserts, reefs and cenotes, you’ll find it all in Mexico. But the cenotes here are what attract tourists the most. Cenotes are underground rivers with turquoise waters ideal for swimming enthusiasts.

5. Kenya

Apart from being home to many wildlife species, Kenya also boasts of beautiful valleys and mountains. Maasai Mara, Amboseli National Park, Lake Nakuru and the Great Rift Valley are some of Kenya’s best-known natural wonders. Amboseli National Park offers breathtaking views of Tanzania’s 5,895m Mount Kilimanjaro.

6. India

The most populous democracy in the world, India boasts of breathtaking valleys, mountains, lakes and national parks. The valleys and mountains of Kashmir, Ladakh, Himachal and Sikkim are widely visited by tourists. Pangong Lake and Gurudongmar Lake are considered among the most beautiful lakes in the world.


Alpine villages, sand dunes and Mediterranean beaches are what France is best known for when it comes to natural wonders. The island of Corsica, the Dune du Pilat (the highest sand dune in Europe), the lavender fields, Mont Blanc and the cliffs of Etretat are the most visited natural wonders in France.

8. Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea boasts of immense biological diversity – beaches, coral reefs, active volcanoes, dense rainforests and mountains. Mount Wilhelm, Kimbe Bay and the Sepik River are among the places not to be missed.

9. Comoros

The East African country is a volcanic archipelago in the Indian Ocean. The volcanic islands here are absolutely stunning and are known as the “fragrant islands” for their fragrant flora. Comoros’ most popular tourist attraction is its largest island, Grande Comore. Mount Karthala, Lake Niamawi and Chomoni Beach are the other top attractions in the country.


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