Top 3 Cool Valleys of India to Checkout this Summer

Spiti Valley
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India is a place full of magical mysteries. From north to south and east to west it is blessed with many breathtaking natural beauties which make this country a unique place from the rest of the world. From ancient period people from different countries have set foot on many beaches of India, have conquered many peaks of Indian mountains but still there are lot more places yet to explore.

Today I am going to share 3 of such places which are not as famous as Indian beaches or hill stations. Here is a list of three valleys covered with natural beauties that can be explored in a hot and humid day for comfort and relaxation. These places are cold and soothing weather is just the right thing to blow away your mind in summer days.

Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand

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This beautiful and appropriately named valley is located in Uttarakhand. The canyon is ready to soothe your mind with the rare collection of flowers that covered the region. As the place is situated in the upper stretches of Himalayas you don’t have to think about the weather in summer days. The valley also houses rare species of blue sheep which is a fierce kind of animal. You can reach there by 17Km trekking from Joshimath.

Accommodation

In valley of flowers there are lots of private accommodations ranging from low budget hotels to 4 or 5 star hotels. Also, you can have some home-stays there. Hotels have online booking facilities.

Dzukou Valley, Nagaland

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As I mentioned earlier, Nagaland is an unexplored State of India, room of many undiscovered beauties. Dzukou Valley is one such prettiest secrets of Nagaland that is yet to gain fame. A trip to Japfu Peak is the way to reach this secluded valley that is enclosed with wild flowers in summers, or you can reach there driving from Kohima, which will take approximately 2 hours. The ideal time to visit Dzukou valley is from June to September.

Spiti Valley

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Famous in India as “Middle country” or “Little Tibet”, the valley is positioned between Ladakh, Kinnaur, Kulu, Lahual and Tibet. The picturesque landscape of the valley is mostly mountainous which makes it an ideal place for a thrilling safari or trek. Here you can also have a rare opportunity to explore a few incontestably fantastic and calm hamlets.

Accommodation

There are many private hotels and resorts in Spiti valley, some of them are Hotel Spiti sarai, Hotel Deyzor, Hotel Sakya Adobe, etc.

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