There are many beautiful cities in India, where everyone should visit once in a lifetime and enjoy the beauty there. Especially at this time when the air is becoming poisonous in Delhi and many nearby cities. So if you also want to spend a few days in clean air away from this pollution, then these 7 cities can be turned towards.
Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh
Kinnaur, a city in Himachal, is known throughout the country for its clean air. If you are looking to go to Shimla or Manali for a holiday, then go to Kinnaur instead. You will be surprised to see the clean air there.
This port city of India is filled with spectacular natural beauty and has excellent air and water quality. Known for its extremely low levels of air pollution, high air quality and quality of drinking water, Kollam is undoubtedly one of the cleanest air cities in India. You can enjoy the beautiful beaches and serene backwaters here.
Pondicherry, Tamil Nadu
Puducherry is considered a peaceful place. There is a lot to do in Puducherry. Enjoy surfing, fun food, yoga sessions to de-stress, diving in Coral Beach and so many other beautiful things you can do. Volunteering in Auroville or any NGO will be a special experience of your life. Puducherry is a popular destination of the country, where the air is also clean.
Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
Bhopal is also called the ‘City of Lakes’, because there are many small and big ponds here. Bhopal is also one of the cleanest cities in the country, the fresh and clean air here will make your heart happy. You can enjoy eating here and spend the evening on the banks of the pond.
From this hill town, you can see the snow-capped Himalayas up close. Gangtok is one of the least polluted cities in India. Here the natural beauty will win your heart.
Madurai, Tamil Nadu
Madurai is one of the oldest cities in India. History, mythology and culture are associated with this city. This city has been included in the list of “5 least polluted cities in India” by WHO.
Situated a few hours’ drive away from Karnataka, this destination is a peaceful gift of nature, pristine, clean and lush. Hassan, popularly known as the ‘Poor’s Ooty’, was named India’s third least polluted city by the WHO in May 2016.