We present to you four beautiful & untapped New Zealand landscapes that are sure to leave you in awe of the beauty of nature.
The setting is purely idyllic with milky waterfalls stuttering down the rocks and the rainbow spreading its hues in the spray of water.
The tourists are allotted only two hours of visiting time. Around 40 people are allowed at a time to enter the premises.
The 28-year old officer from the Southern Naval Command, Lt Abhishek Kumar, was swept away by a sudden surge of water from the falls.
On the Sharavathi river in the Western Ghats in Karnataka's Shivamogga district, it is the second highest plunge waterfall in India and a major attraction for tourists from across the world.
The tourists will be mesmerised to watch water falling down like white pearls from a 15 ft rock construction.
Athirapally waterfalls never dries out and can be visited anytime during the year. One can enjoy the beauty of Athirapally at closed quarters and that remains the best part of staying at Rainforest resort.
The waterfalls come cascading down hitting the naturally laid rock shelves, sending beads of water sprays all over, creating a mesmerizing effect on onlookers.
Some of Coorg's popular tourist attractions also include Abbey Falls, Iruppu Falls and the Tibetan Buddhist Golden Temple. For those interested in elephants and wildlife, Dubare Elephant Camp and Nagarahole National Park are the places to go!
From September to February, the viewpoint will be covered in mist and if you are lucky you can even spot some wild animals en-route.