India is an amazing country with plenty of flower valleys and with soothing climate. Most of the valleys are filled with beautiful wildflowers. If you are fond of trekking, the Valley of Flowers National Park in Uttarakhand is one of the best choices. It is an important biodiversity site and the valley protects several distinctive plant species.
The Dzukou Valley is spread over two states of Nagaland and Manipur. The real beauty of the blooming flowers can be seen in the spring season and it offers a great camping atmosphere. Maharashtra’s Kaas Plateau was recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage site. You can witness a captivating view when you visit from August to early October, the period when the flowers blossom at their best. Eravikulam National Park in Munnar is a special blue ruby of Kerala. This valley is popular for ‘neelakurinji’ flowers which bloom once in 12 years.