6 Stunning Flower Valleys Of India To Take Your Breath Away!

Flower Valleys Of India
by Suchismita Pal
by Suchismita Pal 164

If a galore of vibrant colours appeals to your senses, flower valleys must be on your bucket list. Also, you won’t need to fly all the way to Amsterdam to treat your eyes to the best flower valleys in the world. Some of them are within India itself, in the lush mountainscapes and vast plateaus. The kaleidoscopic valleys will cleanse you of all stresses with their charm and glory. So, which are the most beautiful flower valleys in India? Here are 6 options.

1. Valley Of Flowers, Joshimath

Perched at around 3600 metres above sea level, the Valley of Flowers in Uttarakhand’s Joshimath is a vast meadow of mesmerising Himalayan flora. It is located in Chalomi District and spreads across an area of around 87.50 square kilometres. The expanse of bounteous natural beauty is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. The best time to visit the valley is between July and mid-August. I Took A Dream Trek To The Valley Of Flowers In Uttarakhand & Here’s Everything About The Route!

 

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2. Yumthang Valley, Sikkim

Known as Sikkim’s Valley of Flowers, Yumthang Valley dresses up with countless flowers, especially rhododendrons during the peak season between late February and mid-June. The turquoise Teesta river flowing right beside the valley adds to the scenic beauty of Yumthang.

 

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3. Tulip Garden, Munsiyari

This tulip garden in the Himalayan town of Munsiyari, Uttarakhand overlooks the snow-capped Panchachuli peaks. It is one of the largest tulip gardens in the world, spread across an area of 50 hectares. Around 7000 tulip bulbs were imported from Holland and planted here. The garden is home to tulips, daffodils, iris and more.

 

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4. Tulip Garden, Srinagar

The Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden is nestled in the paradise on Earth, Kashmir and spreads across an area of 30 hectares. It sits on the foothills of Zabarwan Range and offers a view of the pristine Dal lake too. The garden is home to tulips, ranunculus, hyacinths, daffodils and other blossoms.

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5. Valley of Flowers, Khirai

Khirai is a place in the Panskura district of West Bengal and the flower valley here is a true hidden gem. Unlike the northern parts of India, flowers at Khirai valley are in full bloom during the winter months. The best time to visit the valley is between December and February. It is an ideal location for a day trip from Kolkata.

 

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6. Kaas Plateau, Satara

Kaas Plateau, also known as Kaas Pathar, on the lap of Western Ghats, is Maharashtra’s very own valley of flowers. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is home to over 1500 plant species. The blooming season here is between late August and early October. In the peak season, the entire plateau turns into a sea of pink.

 

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Nature is an amazing painter and these flower valleys are the proof!

 

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