Theory:

Tourism attractions
Fundamental elements that attract tourists to travel destinations are:
  • Pleasant weather
  • Scenic beauty
  • Historical and cultural monuments
Geographical Components of Tourism
Landforms: Mountains, Plateaus, Valleys, Canyons, Caves, Cirques, Sea cliffs, Sand dunes, Coral reefs, etc.,
Water: Rivers, Lakes, Waterfalls, Geysers and Hot springs, Snow and Glacier, Water Currents, Tides and Waves.
Vegetation: Forest, Grasslands, Moors, Deserts etc.,
Climate: Sunshine, Clouds, Admirable Temperature, Rain and Snow.
Animal life
 (a) Wildlife: Birds, Game Reserves, Zoos.
(b) Hunting and Fishing
Settlement features
 (a) Towns, Cities, Villages
(b) Historical remains and Monuments
Culture
Ways of life, traditions, folklore, arts and crafts.
Geographical attraction in India
Known for its diverse physical features, ranging from lofty Himalayas, breathtaking valleys to beautiful plains and deltas of Ganges. India has a wide range of physical features, which has the potential to attract much more tourists than it actually attracting now. The northeastern states like Mizoram, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshwadeep islands can serve as a very big attraction to tourists who sought for picturesque sights and enjoy the bliss of nature.
 
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Himalayas
 
Game Reserves: An area of land set aside for the protection of wild animals.