Proximity to nature always attracts people. To some, the greenery of the mountains, to others, the murmur of the sea, appears as a joyful moment. Taking a vacation from the busy time of life is like a golden opportunity to get lost in nature. That is why people have been attracted by the intense love of nature since time immemorial.
Some run to the mountains, some to the river or the sea, some to the forest to spend a happy moment with nature. But if the infinite forms of mountains and rivers are caught together in front of us, then there is no question. So the importance of the valley to nature lovers is immense. There are wonderful valleys scattered in different parts of the world. The heavenly view of these valleys is impeccable in one word. Let's go out in search of those valleys to see the combination of mountains and sea on one side and the immense beauty of diverse flowers and crops blooming in the vast green field somewhere along the way.
YPO Valley, Hawaii
This uniquely beautiful valley is located in the Hamaqua district of Hawaii. Once around this valley was the home of the Hawaiian kings. The surrounding lush green forests, the endless streams of clear spring water flowing down a thousand feet of hills and the black sand beaches have made the island one of the most beautiful valleys in the world. He is called the king of all valleys.
YPO Valley, located in the Hamaqua District of Hawaii;
This YPO valley is an ideal place for trekking. The valley is covered with three hills two and a half thousand feet high. Besides, the stunning beauty of YPO beach attracts any tourist. The valley has developed into a sanctuary for plants and animals as the rain and sun play a constant role in the region. Tourists flock here to see this beauty of nature.
Geojhaigu Valley, China
The valley is located in Sichuan Province, China. The valley covers an area of 6,200 hectares. The scenery around the valley is a great masterpiece, with blue lakes, waterfalls, evergreen forests, snow-capped mountains and many years of cherished cultural heritage of the Tibetan and Qiang people.
China’s Jiuzhaigu Valley surrounded by blue lakes, waterfalls, evergreen forests, snow-capped mountains;
Legend has it that a mountain god named Dago fell in love with Semore, the goddess of beauty, a long time ago. Dago presents Semo with a mirror made of wind and clouds. The goddess Semo never liked the mountain god Dago. So Semo broke the mirror given to him by Dago into 108 pieces.
108 colored pieces of this broken mirror fell on the earth and formed 108 colorful lakes. The locals call it ‘Haiji’. One of the sights of this valley is the Five Flower Lake.
Tourists flock here to float in the clear water of this valley;
rare species of animals have taken refuge in the natural forests scattered throughout the valley. The valley is recognized as part of the world heritage.
Harau Valley, Indonesia
Harau Valley is one of the most popular valleys in Indonesia. Located in the West Sumatra region of Indonesia, the valley covers 69 acres. The Harau Valley is surrounded by steep colored sandstone, which is 100-500 meters high. The unparalleled scenery throughout the valley, the vast crop fields on the plains, the dense rocky forests covered with vegetation, the diverse waterfalls and the wide mountains across the horizon make the valley attractive.
Harau is one of the most popular valleys in Indonesia;
The Harau Valley is surrounded by more than a dozen waterfalls, which descend into the plains at a height of 60-300 meters. The Harau Valley is always buzzing with the chirping of birds.
Many who have traveled to the valley claim that its unique natural beauty compares favorably to the Grand Canyon of the United States. The magnificent scenery of the valley enchants the tourists.
Flower Valley, Uttarakhand, India.
The Flower Valley covers a wide area in the Uttarakhand region of India. Also known as the Puspati Valley, it is located west of the Himalayas. Recognized as India's national park, the valley was first discovered in 182 by Colonel Edmund Smith.
Flower Valley of Uttarakhand decorated with flower stalls;
There is a fair of colors all over the valley with various flower arrangements. Several small and big rivers are flowing by its side. Flowering waterfalls, green fields, wild strawberries are mesmerizing all around. The Flower Valley is home to many rare wildlife, such as musk deer, brown bears, snow leopards and blue sheep. Recognized as part of the world heritage, the valley attracts many tourists from home and abroad.
Rare species of snow leopard;
Valley of Ten Peaks, Canada
The Valley of Ten Peaks is surrounded by ten peaks in Benf National Park, Canada. The valley is surrounded by a pine forest, along which flows the popular Moraine Lake. The river is a significant place of interest in this valley. The peaks of the snow-capped mountains in the clear blue water of the river are like a fairy tale flowing under water.
Canada's Valley of Ten Peaks, surrounded by pine forests and the popular Moraine Lake;
Samuel Ellen was the first to discover the area. Initially, the ten peaks of the valley were named after him. The first three peaks were later named after three of the world's most famous people.
Near this valley are the Larch Valley, Lewis Lake, Centennial Pass and the scenic Eiffel Lake. And so, in addition to the Valley of the Ten Peaks, countless tourists flock to this part of Canada at the beginning of summer and at the end of winter to see the beauty of nature. They share their loneliness with nature by walking, sailing on Marine Lake or trekking in the mountains.
Dorothy Valley, Portugal
The valley is located very close to the city of Porto in northern Portugal. Recognized as part of the World Heritage List in 2001, the main attraction of the valley is the artificial forest created on the slopes of the hills. Just as rows of trees can be seen on these hill slopes, the people living in the valley have chosen this hill slope for cultivation.
The Doro Valley of Portugal, full of stunning natural beauty;
The Doro River flows through the mountain passes of this valley. The river symbolizes the hopes and aspirations of the people of the valley. The water of this river is inextricably linked with the way of life of the locals. The river flows through Portugal to the Spanish province of Soria.
The twinkling of sunlight on the mountain slopes of this valley at sunrise and sunset creates a unique scene. During the urban period, the people of the valley get excited about harvesting. During the holidays, navigating along the tranquil currents of the Doro River and walking along the secluded mountain path bring an endless amount of joy to the tourists.
Simplon Valley, Italy
Simplon Valley is called the Valley of the Alps. It is located between the Penin and Lepton ranges south of the Alps. The Simplon Valley is surrounded by several high mountains, more than 4,000 meters high.
One part of this valley is in Switzerland and the other part covers a large area of Italy. The western part of the valley is under Switzerland and the eastern part is under Italy. It is covered with snow all year round. The popular Simplon Pass has gone ahead. The road was built in the 17th century at an altitude of about 2,000 meters above the valley.
The fascinating Simplon Valley in Italy, known as the Valley of the Alps;
However, due to heavy snowfall in winter, the communication system is almost cut off. So tourists avoid this time. The Simplon Valley is an interesting place for mountaineers.
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