Check out India’s most beautiful floral landscapes!

The smell of nature, wet mud and flowers is irreplacebale with anything. Imagine yourself walking in the large spaces of beautiful flowers and in the smell of flowers. India has some amazing places with floral landscapes that are a must visit if you are a Nature lover.

Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand

6 Days/5 Nights Trek To Valley Of Flowers, Uttarakhand 2020
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Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Valley of Flowers is located in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. Well known for its endemic alpine flowers, it hosts a variety of flora and fauna. Also, there are several endangered animals like the Asiatic black bear, snow leopard, musk deer, and red fox. The floral landscapes are worth a watch!

During the spring season, you can see fields full of orchids, marigolds, daisies, primulas, and hydrangeas. So, if you wish to visit, the park is open to visitors between the months of June and October. After October, it remains closed due to extreme winters.

Yumthang Valley, Sikkim

Yumthang Valley of Sikkim #AtoZchallenge | Valley of flowers ...
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This valley is in the Himalayan Mountain Ranges of North Sikkim. It is home to the Shingba Rhododendron Sanctuary. Yumthang Valley is located 3,564 metres above sea level. This beautiful valley has several rivers, hot springs, yaks, and grazing pastures. Also, here you can find more than twenty-four species of the rhododendron. Rhododendron is a state flower. So, if you want to visit here, the main flowering season is from the month of February to mid-June.

Kaas Plateau, Maharashtra

Kas Pathar / Kaas Plateau, Satara - Best time to visit
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Located 25 kms from Satara City, Maharashtra, the place is also known as Kaas Pathar. Also, this place is a part of UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 2012. All throughout the months of August and September, you can see a lot of seasonal wildflowers and endemic butterflies. There are 850 different species of flowers, including orchids, Karvy shrubs and carnivorous plants such as the Drosera Indica.

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