The magic of nature hidden in the valleys and mountain ranges is exciting to explore. Each ecosystem has its own beauty which should be experienced.
Among various biodiversities, flower valleys in India are unique and mesmerizing. A valley full of colourful flowers is most amazing to see.
These top valley of flowers in India must be in your bucket list, as they demonstrate the secret magic of nature.
Let us take a tour to the top flower valleys in India!
Valley of Flowers National Park
The 'Valley of Flowers' in Uttarakhand is popular for its beautiful meadows covered with colourful flowers.
It is a National Park which is a home for many animals: musk deer, snow leopard, blue sheep, red fox, brown bear, etc.
Valley of Flower National Park along with Nanda Devi National Park forms a unique ecological zone between Zanskar Valley and the Great Himalayas.
It is most enticing to see this World Heritage Site!
Photo Courtesy: Kushaal
Yumthang Valley in Sikkim is one of the 'Valley of Flowers' in India.
The valley has around 24 species of rhododendrons (state flower).
It is a Shingba Rhododendron Sanctuary which is one of the must visit destinations in Sikkim tourism.
Photo Courtesy: Amitra Kar
Indira Gandhi Tulip Garden in Srinagar is considered as the largest Tulip garden in Asia.
It is spread over the foothills of Zabarwan Range overlooking the Dal Lake.
Tulip Garden was created by Ghulam Nabi Azad to promote floriculture and tourism in Kashmir.
Photo Courtesy: Amanda W
Kaas Plateau is located in the Sahyadri ranges in Maharashtra.
It is one of the beautiful flower valleys in India. Wild flowers which bloom during August - September changes the plateau into a scenic beauty.
Kaas Plateau is also a popular tourist place in Maharashtra which has been declared a Biodiversity World Heritage Site.
Photo Courtesy: Sumit Magdum
Dzukou Valley in Manipur is famous for its natural beauty.
The valley is a home the rare variety of flowers called Dzukou Lily and is found only in this valley.
Photo courtesy: Mongyamba