Northeast India is one of the most beautiful parts of the country filled with natural beauties. This enchanting part of the country houses lush green forests, hills, lakes, rivers, mountains, fertile valleys and all that nature has to offer. It is also least-touched by modern-day development, so most of the places here are still embedded within the warm bosom of Mother Nature.
Few beautiful valleys in Northeast India that one shouldn't miss are Tlawng Valley, Barak Valley, Dhing Valley, Duzouk Valley and Brahmaputra Valley. All these valleys have fresh cold water rivers flowing through them which makes them more fertile and rich in flora and fauna. So, how about embarking on a journey to these surreal valleys of Northeast India?
Tlawng Valley is one of the longest and most beautiful valleys located in the state of Mizoram. It is named after Tlawng river whose tributaries include Tut, Teirei and Nagshih. Being nestled on the flourishing banks of Tlawng river, this valley has a very fertile land and is rich in wildlife and vegetation.
It also has a very calm and enchanting atmosphere due to its peaceful surroundings on account of the presence of lush greenery and luxuriant hills. Hence, it is definitely a place you should visit if you are in need of peaceful and quiet environment.
Situated in the southern region of the state of Assam, Barak Valley is named after Barak river. It comprises of Cachar, Karimganj and Hailakandi district with its main city being Silchar in Cachar district. Although Barak Valley is moving towards development, modern-day technologies and so on, we can still find luscious evergreen forests and large tracts of rainforests in the northern and south-eastern part of the valley.
These forest in Barak Valley are a home to many rare birds and animals, even though the condition of wildlife here is deteriorating due to human interference. So, wouldn't you love to witness the rare beauty of Barak Valley in Assam this season?
Dihing Valley is nestled in the midst of the hilly range of Eastern Himalayas alongside river Dihing, which is one of the largest tributaries of river Brahmaputra. This valley is famous for its areca nut production whose credit goes to its fertile soil brought by the tributary of one the most fertile rivera in Asia, river Brahmaputra.
Besides areca nut, Dihing Valley also has many oxbow lakes formed by Dhing River which is a very peculiar sight to see. Oxbow lakes are U-shaped bodies of water that are formed when a wide curve is cut off from the mainstream of water. So, if you want to see this unique formation, Dihing Valley is definitely a place you should visit.
Dzukou Valley is one of the most enticing valleys in India located at the border of the states of Nagaland and Manipur. The valley is famous for its Dzukou lily along with several other unique flowers. Besides flowers, Dzukou is also rich in other natural beauty and is a home to varieties of flora and fauna.
Along with the boon of wildlife and vegetation, this enchanting valley is also blessed with a mesmerising view of Japfu Peak, which is located in Nagaland. With all these beautiful features and blessings of nature, Dzukou Valley is truly a place you should put on your bucket list.
Situated in the northern Bengal region of Assam, Brahmaputra Valley is one of the most fertile valleys in the world. The fertility of this valley comes from the rich fertile soil being deposited by one of Asia's major rivers, Brahmaputra.
As it is encapsulated by two great hilly ranges of the Eastern and Western Himalayas, the climatic condition here is mostly cool. Therefore, it is one of the perfect destinations to escape the summer heat as you enjoy the cool climate at the river banks of the most beautiful Brahmaputra Valley, which covers the regions of Darrang, Nagaon, Sontipur, Lakhimpur, Dibrugarh and Sibsagar.