Beautiful Untouched Valleys In India That You Must Visit


In the most secluded corners and the long-off beaten track, lay untouched and perfect places. India possesses an immense spectrum of fascinating, peaceful and unscathed valleys that would top any outdoor lovers’ bucket list. Being a travel enthusiast, I love exploring different places and get lost in the valleys.

Tirthan Valley

You must visit this place because somewhere in your soul, you are still a child who wishes to explore the world of challenge and beauty together. This place allows you both. When you glance at the cliffs and the flora and the wild lives, you stand bewildered, and astonishment is the synonym of this place.

Kashmir Valley

Pahalgam is heaven on earth. I would advise people who all are adventurous should hit at least once in their life to Pahalgam. It is situated at the confluence of Aru and Sheshnag Rivers. Aru flows into the Kolahoi Glacier beyond Lidderwat and Sheshnag from glaciers along the grand Himalayas.

Yumthang Valley

Yumthang Valley is a magnificent valley in North Sikkim. Home to many beautiful Himalayan flowers. It is hailed a valley of blossoms. The place is picturesque, with green slopes covered with trees, yaks grazing in the flower-spangled grassy plains below and a river flowing right through the valley. The cool air of the valley cannot be defined in words. A single visit there can fly the visitor in a magical state for days.

Nubra Valley

The Nubra valley was formerly known as Ldumra, which means the valley of flowers, which is a scarce name to be given to cold desert which is formed on the banks of the Shyok River. The stream is a tributary of the majestic Indus River and rushes through the Karakoram ranges, the lively colors of dry brown along with vivid blue skies create a surreal reality.

Mana Valley 

We believe the Mana Valley to be the place where Vyasa narrated the Mahābhārata epic to Lord Ganesha. We know the village of Mana as the last village of India as it shares its borders with Tibet. The shrine of Badrinath is located at a distance of 3 km from here and is the source to the longest tributary of the Ganges, which is the Alaknanda river.