Most beautiful 5 Valleys of Flowers:
The meadows of endemic alpine,Orchids,marigold and Tulip flowers are major attractions of India. Yumthang Valley sikkim and Flowering Plants of Western Ghats of Kerala and Karnataka are the places where most of the valley of flowers and the variety of flora found.
Valley of Flowers is known for its meadows of endemic alpine flowers,richly diverse wildlife and the variety of flora. The gentle landscape of the Valley of Flowers National Park is part of the rugged mountain wilderness of Nanda DeviBiosphere Reserves, located in West Himalaya of Uttarakhand.
Kaas Plateau or Kaas Pathar is situated in the Western Ghat Sahyadri range in Satara city of Maharashtra. The area of plateau is located at a height of 1200 mt and has more than 850 different species of flowers and other plants including Orchids. Image Source: thewandergirls
Sikkim is a landlocked state located in theHimalayan mountains and one of only three among the ecoregions of India. The forested regions of Sikkim is home to around 5,000 species of flowering plants, 515 rare orchids and 60 primula species along with variant of the Poinsettia, locally known as Christmas Flower.
Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip garden is the largest Tulip garden of Asia, situated on the foothills of Zabarwan Range with a picturesque world famous Dal Lake in Jammu and Kashmir. Tulip Garden is surrounded on three sides by the Nishat Bagh and Chashma Shahi Mughal Gardens of Srinagar.
The Dzukou Valley is located at the border of the Manipur and Nagaland in Northeast India and the valley is well known for its natural beauty, seasonal flowers and the overall flora and fauna. Dzukou Flower Valley is one of the 11 most beautiful valleys of India and also a famous trekkingadventure destination and provides a panoramic view of the mountains, wild forest and deep valley.