April 2, 2024Republic Lifestyle Desk

Destinations For Stargaze In India

Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh, with its high altitude, clear sky, and lack of pollution, is one of India’s most famous stargazing destinations.

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Pangong Tso is loved for its stunning view, and it is known for the pristine blue lake. The height of the lake, coupled with clear and dark skies turns the area into a carpet of stars at night.

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Sitting at an elevation of around 2,800 meters above sea level, Sonmarg can give you a pristine and unobstructed view of the heavens, making it an ideal spot for stargazing.

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Nestled in the Western Ghats, Coorg provides a serene environment for stargazing. Coorg offers clear skies and a serene environment for stargazing.

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The Great Rann of Kutch is not only famous for its salt desert but also for its remarkable stargazing opportunities. The vast expanse of the salt flats creates a surreal setting to observe the stars.

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At night time, the peaks of the Kuari pass trek Himalayas are accentuated leaving the trekker breathless. Gigantic Milky Way is also observed at the place during the no moon day.

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At Andaman and Nicobar Islands, you can see clear blue sky and bright starry night. Go for a night time star gazing and bioluminescence watching through night kayaking ventures.

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