Five Valleys to travel in Northeast

Five Valleys to travel in Northeast


By: Dhruv Dev Dubey, BTech, MBA-HR, MTech BITS Pilani reach at 

Northeast India is a very beautiful part of India, which is full of natural wonders. Thick forests, high mountains, beautiful valleys, roaring waterfalls make this place even more exciting and beautiful. This beautiful place is still saved from urban-cause and modernization, due to which there are many beautiful places here, which gives a feeling to the mind of the tourists.


There are innumerable places to visit in Northeast India, the most notable of which is the lush green valleys that you must visit during your trip to North East India. All these valleys flow fresh cold water rivers which make them more fertile and rich in flora and fauna. So, how about starting a journey to these real valleys of Northeast India?


1.    Barak Valley

2.    Dajuko valley

3.    Dihing valley

4.    Talwang Valley

5.    Brahmaputra Valley


Barak Valley

The Barak Valley in the southern region of Assam is named after the Barak River. It consists of Cachar, Karimganj and Hailakandi districts, with its main city being Silchar in Cachar district. Currently, the Barak Valley is moving towards development, but still the beauty of this valley remains intact. Even today, large areas of fragrant evergreen forests and rainforests can be seen in the northern and southeastern part of this valley.


Dajuko valley

The Dzükou/Dzüko Valley is a valley located at the border of the states of Manipur and Nagaland in northeast India. This valley is well known for its natural environment, seasonal flowers and flora and fauna.

It is situated at an altitude of 2452 m above sea level. The rare Dzükou Lily is found only in this valley. The valley is famous for its wide range of flower in every season. But the most famous one is the Dzükou lily.


Dihing valley

(Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary – Wikipedia)

The Dihing Valley lies between the mountain range of the Eastern Himalayas and the Dihing River, one of the largest tributaries of the Brahmaputra River. This valley is famous for its nut-nut production, thanks to the Brahmaputra River, which makes the place extremely fertile.

Apart from Areca nut, the Dihing valley also has oxbow lakes formed by the Dhing River, which is popular among locals as a picnic spot. This lake is made up of river, when the river water flows from the main stream, Oxbow lake is absorbed into the U-shape of the water. If you want to see this beautiful view, then definitely visit this valley.


Talwang Valley

The Talwang Valley is one of the longest and beautiful valleys in the state of Mizoram. It is named after the river Talav, whose tributaries include Tut, Teri and Nagshih. The Talwang River is a rich and fertile land and rich in wildlife-flora.


Brahmaputra Valley

Located in the North Bengal region of Assam, the Brahmaputra Valley is one of the most fertile valleys in the world. The fertility rich fertile soil of this valley comes from the Brahmaputra, Asia's major river. The climate of this valley is cold due to being surrounded by two great mountain ranges of Eastern and Western Himalayas.

Due to the fact that this place is considered suitable for walking in the summer season, tourists visiting here can enjoy the cool climate on the river banks of the beautiful Brahmaputra valley.


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