6 Insanely Gorgeous Valleys In India That Will Bring Your World To A Standstill

Stunning valleys in India which will take your breath away as listed by HolidayIQ traveller

1. Araku Valley, Andhra Pradesh

HolidayIQ traveller Pradeep shares, “It an awesome place that I never visited. Its a nice place to go with family, friends and couples all can enjoy their holidays. Amazing water falls flow there. It very nice place to enjoy like Goa. There are two waterfalls and Burra caves and a museum its a very good place.” – 2463 Ratings, 1599 Reviews, 11 Sightseeings, 322 Photos

2. Valley Of Flowers, Uttarakhand

HolidayIQ Traveller Swarnabha shares, “You must visit this place because somewhere in your heart you are still a kid who wants to explore the world of challenge and beauty together. This place offers you both. When you look at the mountains and the vegetation and the wild lives you stay bewildered, amazement is the synonym of this place.” – 8 Ratings, 23 Reviews, 4 Sightseeings, 34 Photos

3.Kashmir Valley

HolidayIQ Traveller Sajid shares, “Pahalgam is Paradise on earth. I would suggest every one who all are adventuress should visit at least once in their life to Pahalgam and I would recommend to stay in Hotel Water View. Its really a dream place and you can’t imagine the views I have seen there. Love this place and you can find the all Kashmiri handicrafts market there.” – 3293 Ratings, 1941 Reviews, 16 Sightseeings, 506 Photos

4. Yumthang Valley, Sikkim

HolidayIQ Traveller Rita Dave shares, “Yumthang Valley is very beautiful and peaceful. Here blooms the Rhododendrons that covers the entire valley. You can also see the carpet of pink and purple little flowers. Flowering season is from May to July.” – 25 Ratings, 31 Reviews, 7 Sightseeings, 95 Photos

5. Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh

HolidayIQ Traveller Ani shares, “I’ve been longing to pen down my experience of this beautiful place in words since a while now. I have finally managed to take some time out and transfer the visuals of my travel into words and put together my journey through the most surreal place on earth, Spiti Valley Himachal Pradesh.” – 89 Ratings, 77 Reviews, 15 Sightseeings, 231 Photos

6. Dzukou Valley, Nagaland

HolidayIQ Traveller Duncan shares, “Once off limits to the world, there in the remote northeastern hills of India, lies mystic. Hills landscaped by primitive villages, some still untouched by modernization, this Molungyimsen village up on top of a steep mountain, is a must for die hard nature lovers. The hike is about 15 km, not for the weak at heart. For the first 6 km, it is a walk through the jungles, the next remaining hike up the village is where the challenge is. The angle of the hike almost 45 to 50 degrees, but once up the top, the feeling is exhilarating.”

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