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Nowadays our cities are rapidly filling with a lot of pollution. So, it has been very difficult for us to see even the stars. One can use a telescope to look into space and can even watch the milky way. But what if I say you can also see the milky way without the need of a telescope?
Neil Island, Andaman.
Neil Island is located 37kms south of the Andaman Islands. Clear blue skies and blue seas make you feel more memorable.
Pangong Tso, Leh Ladakh
You can watch the milky way from the landlocked river basin, Pangong Tso.
Nubra Valley, Leh Ladakh
The barren land of Nubra valley, which is located at an altitude of 3000 m is a stargazer’s dream.
Coorg also popularly known as ‘Scotland of India’ has the brightest and shiny skies. You need to spend a night in this jungle at least once in your lifetime.
Sonmarg, Jammu & Kashmir
Do you want a long-lasting experience of camping under the stars? Sonmarg is for you.