Nature has been enormously generous with our Indian subcontinent in terms of gifting the land with all types of terrain. From the deserts to the backwaters, from snow-filled mountains to plateau lands, from dense forests to deep valleys, every possible topography exists here, and they are a delight to visit and watch. Many travelers now make valleys as their travel destinations to check on their beauty of them along with the cultural aspects of the local regions.
Here’s a good list of the top 5 beautiful valleys in India that can be included on your list to explore in India
1. Spiti Valley
The best and most beautiful valley in India, Spiti Valley, boasts of a picturesque landscape and a great heritage of housing monasteries for devotees. It is also the home to several rare animals, and they reside among the lush forests and the streams flowing through the hills in the valley. Spiti Valley is referred to as ‘Little Tibet’ and invites many people across the world for an enjoyable visit
2. Kangra Valley
Fondly called the ‘Land of Gods’, Kangra Valley in Himachal Pradesh, is the home to the oldest fort in India. It is believed that the fort is as old as thousand years. The valley is quite famous for Dharamsala – the abode of the Dalai Lama. Besides these monumental places, this Himalayan valley is just filled with pine forests, waterfalls and has the ideal landscape for mountain biking
3. Valley of Flowers
What is a valley without a vibrant and colorful flower bed? The Valley of Flowers is one such enthralling sight for the eyes. This valley in Chamoli, Uttarakhand is set with the backdrop of the Zanskar ranges. The real beauty is seen in the summer when the valley shines bright with the flower beds blooming in all colors. The valley is filled with snow in winters.
4. Nubra Valley
Nubra Valley is in Jammu and Kashmir and remains to be less compared to several other places in the state. The Dosmoche festival hosted by the Diskit Monastery is a colorful cultural event to witness. Besides the landscape, this valley is also famous for its trekking and camping facilities amidst the terrain. Being a cultural spot, the tourists have been seen treated with hospitality too!
5. Valleys of Kashmir
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