Dzukou Valley , India – Known for multicolored carpets of flowers
By Kavneet Dua
Dzukou Valley or Dzükou Valley or Dzüko Valley – sits high amongst the clouds, at 2,452 meters above sea level .It straddles the border of Nagaland and Manipur in northeast India.
An introduction to Dzukou Valley
Dzukou Valley is most famous for its multicolored carpets of flowers that bloom in summer. The most notably the Dzukou lily which is found only in Dzukou Valley.
The flowers begin to bloom with the monsoon season. The first two weeks of July are usually peak flower season in Dzukou Valley. But if you can’t make it during flower time, we assure you, it’ll be gorgeous at any time of year. It has much more to offer than colorful flora for saturated selfies.
It’s a beautiful place to hike around in itself, flowers or not .If you’re into rock climbing there are plenty of opportunities to break a sweat within the valley. Even more interesting (to us, anyway), It is well-known and loved by local tourists from Nagaland and Manipur. But has yet to be “discovered” by foreigners and domestic tourists from further away. Come visit while you can, because India’s northeast is almost certainly going to experience a tourism boom in the coming years.
How it looks round the year :
In summer, vivid green hillocks pave the way for blue mountaintops and bright flowers wave in the winds amongst the tall grasses. In winter, temperatures drop far lower than one would expect in such tropical states .Valley freezes, sometimes covered in white snow.