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The Astonishing Valleys of India

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India is known for its dazzling river streams,beautiful lakes, high mountain ranges and precisely a few admirable valleys. There are valleys in India which are a haven for adventure and nature lovers because of their breathtaking landscape. These valleys have some amazing waterfalls, beautiful flowers and national park that provides home for a range of flora and fauna.

Here's a list of some of the astonishing and beautiful valleys of India.

Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand

Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand

Located in the Chamboli district of Uttarakhand, The Valley of Flowers is home to a wide variety of beautiful and aromatic flowers. Travellers can find more than 300 species of flowers here. Apart from flowers, wide range of wildlife species can also be found.

Zanskar Valley, Ladakh

Zanskar Valley, Ladakh

The most remote valley in India is the Zanskar Valley situated in Ladakh. Known for its river rafting facilities, the Zanskar Valley is surrounded with rustic beauty. During winter season, the valley is covered with thick snow which gives one the perfect opportunity to go on the Chadar trek also known as a trek along the frozen river . Ladakh is a quintessential destination for an adventure trip to India.

Silent Valley, Kerala

Silent Valley, Kerala

Rooting out from within the Nilgiri hills, the Silent Valley encompasses both, natural beauty and allurement. Silent Valley has a tranquil and calm ambience satiated with rare species of flora and fauna.

Dzukou Valley, Nagaland

Dzukou Valley, Nagaland

An untouched and unexplored natural sanctuary, the Dzukou Valley is a perfect example of beauty and charm Nagaland beholds. The Dzukou Valley is one of the most popular spots for trekking in India. During winter, the entire valley is covered with a blanket of snow and in summer, the valley rolls down a carpet of flowers for tourists.

Kangra Valley, Himachal Pradesh

Kangra Valley, Himachal Pradesh

The beautiful Kangra Valley is filled with numerous perennial streams and surrounded by a range of snow-covered mountains,tea gardens and pine trees. Kangra valley is also know for Palampur hill station, temples, fort and Dharamsala, home of the Dalai Lama.

Araku Valley, Andhra Pradesh

Araku Valley, Andhra Pradesh

Araku Valley is located near the Visakhapatnam district. The hill station is surrounded by amazing natural beauty with rich landscape, lush green forests and coffee plantations. Situated in the eastern ghats, the valley has some important attractions which includes tribal museum that showcases tribal handicrafts and lifestyle and the Borra Caves.

The Kashmir Valley, Kashmir

The Kashmir Valley, Kashmir

With a wide spread of breathtaking valley, guarded by snow clad peaks and draped with lush greenery, Jammu and Kashmir Tourism offers plenty of treats to discerning travellers. Known as ‘Paradise on Earth', the valley is encircled by tourist hotspots like Dal Lake and the Gulmarg Hill Station.

Sharavathi Valley, Karnataka

Sharavathi Valley, Karnataka

The unexplored Sharavathi valley is located in Shimoga, Karnataka. Attractions of this region includes the famous Jog Falls and Sharavathi Valley wildlife sanctuary. Sharavathi valley is also known as one of the best destinations for trekking and water sports in India. It is an ideal place for nature lovers do discover and explore the tranquil area.

Neora Valley, West Bengal

Neora Valley, West Bengal

Neora Valley is located in the Kalimpong Hills of West Bengal. The beautiful valley is surrounded by dense forests, lush green tea gardens and rolling hill slopes. The valley is one of the unspoilt wilderness of India with enchanting streams, beautiful waterfalls and unique species of wild animals.

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