India is also known asa supernatural land that devises a secretive and strange charm which makes it captivating and appealing. The second reason behind this charm is the kind and friendly public of India. In addition, the amusing culture and tradition of the nation to increase its exceptional attraction. Here, breath-taking beautiful places can be easily found that will leave you speechless.
India is also blessed with spectacular lakes, glitzy rivers, high-reaching peaks, and various attractive valleys. The below is the list of top ten most beautiful valleys of India:
10. Zanskar Valley
This beautiful valley is situated in the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir. It is famous for its enormous natural beauty and it also a delight for the people who are lovers of nature. You may explore this place during summers and can enjoy the rafting in Zanskar River. During the month of January and February, this place is covered with heavy snow.
9. Ketti Valley
This valley is located in the Tamil Nadu state of India. It is the second biggest valley around the sphere. The Ketti Valley is enclosed by enthralling blue mountains of Nilgiri. You may easily found diverse kinds of flora here. It is a perfect place for doing trekking and mountain climbing. People, who plan to visit Ooty usually, also visit this beautiful valley.
8. Yumthan Valley
It is located in the northern area of the state Sikkim, adjacent to the Tibet border. The valley has more than 3500 meters height above sea level. The best period to visit this captivating valley is between the months of February to June when it is flourishing with numerous kinds of flowers. You can also find hot springs in this valley those possess healing powers (as per the beliefs of the people living there).
7. Kashmir Valley
The next name in the list is Kashmir valley that is located in the Jammu and the Kashmir state of India. It is also referred as “Heaven on Earth”. Due to the involvement of terrorists in some region, the number of visitors has decreased drastically in past years. But then, this has not affected the mesmerizing beauty of Kashmir valley so far.
6. Dibang Valley
The Dibang Valley is one of the new-fangled valleys of Arunachal Pradesh. It is mainly distributed into 2 sections i.e. the lower section & the upper section. The lower sectionfascinates birdwatchers, anthropologists as well as botanists owing to the endangered species of faunas, floras and an overabundance of bird existence.
5. Silent Valley, Kerala
This valley is built Kerala’s Nilgiri Hills.The National Park of the valley is a wealth-trove of the beauty of nature. Here you can see natural timberlands along with a massive accumulation of flowers and wildlife.
4. Spiti Valley
The Spiti valley is also known as “Little Tibet” as it is located between Ladakh, Kulu, Kinnaur, Tibet, and Lahaul. The natural beauty of the valley is due to presence of mountainous, which makes it appropriate for an exhilarating expedition or a trek.
3. Chambal Valley
Chambal valley is situated in the Madhya Pradesh state. It may have been denigrated by its famous dacoits; however the pure elegance of this beauty is unquestionable. This valley has a different charm as compared to the other Himalayan gorges. The rare significant ancient locations also exist in this valley that makes it best sightseeing destination.
2. Dzukou Valley
Dzukou Valley is one of the beautiful secret valleys of Nagaland.Nagaland is an unexplored state of India that comprises of numerous undiscovered secrecies. The perfect time for a journey to Dzukou valley is between the months of June to September.
1. Valley of Flowers
This valley is located in the Chamoli region of Uttarakhand state of India. It is an abode to various beautiful collections of attractive flowers that originate merely at the upper sections of Himalayas. You may also see some endangered species of animals here.