Nature inspires us to trav­el, because a per­son feels com­fort sur­round­ed by nat­ur­al beau­ty. When the weath­er is fine, every­one plans out­door activ­i­ties with fam­i­ly and friends. It is pos­si­ble that this selec­tion of the most beau­ti­ful val­leys will remind you of a sum­mer vaca­tion. Nature has a calm­ing effect and gives a good mood, even if you are just admir­ing beau­ti­ful pho­tographs. The val­leys, fra­grant with mil­lions of flow­ers, are a sym­bol of peace and can cause an irre­sistible impulse of hap­pi­ness.

most beautiful valleys

Barun Valley in Nepal

The Barun Val­ley is part of the Himalayan range and is locat­ed at the foot of Mount Makalu. Makalu-Barun Nation­al Park is under the pro­tec­tion of the state and allows trav­el­ers to ful­ly enjoy the beau­ties of the unique local nature. This place is known for its beau­ti­ful water­falls, as well as the deep­est canyons and lush green veg­e­ta­tion. Here you will come across one of the most beau­ti­ful ecosys­tems on plan­et Earth.

Kalalau Valley, Hawaii

This beau­ti­ful val­ley is locat­ed on the Hawai­ian island of Koe’i. It is also home to one of the most beau­ti­ful beach­es in the world, Kalalau. If you are plan­ning to vis­it this charm­ing val­ley, then for­get about your car and oth­er means of trans­port, as the only way to get here is on foot. It is best to sign up for a tour with a pro­fes­sion­al guide who will help you explore the entire val­ley in the best pos­si­ble way. The Kalalau Val­ley in Hawaii is also known for its lush green envi­ron­ment and many rare ani­mal species.

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Lötschental, Switzerland

This amaz­ing val­ley is not only the most beau­ti­ful, but also the largest val­ley in Switzer­land. It is always open to vis­i­tors who can end­less­ly explore the beau­ties of these places. The Lötschen­tal val­ley stretch­es for about 27 kilo­me­ters and is sur­round­ed by pic­turesque moun­tains up to 3000 meters high. This is one of the most beau­ti­ful areas in Switzer­land, offer­ing vis­i­tors unlim­it­ed oppor­tu­ni­ties for moun­tain hik­ing, cycling, ani­mal and bird watch­ing, along with clean air and untouched nature.

Harau Valley, Indonesia

Locat­ed in West Suma­tra in Indone­sia, the Harau Val­ley is one of the most beau­ti­ful nat­ur­al land­scapes that exists on plan­et Earth. When you vis­it this val­ley, you will encounter numer­ous strange­ly shaped moun­tain peaks, rice fields and forests. You can quick­ly walk the entire val­ley on foot, and if you get tired, there are equipped places to rest every­where.

Valley of the Ten Peaks in Canada

One of the most beau­ti­ful val­leys in the world, the Ten Peaks Val­ley is locat­ed in a nation­al park in Cana­da. It is sur­round­ed by ten breath­tak­ing peaks, hence the name. The Nation­al Park itself also includes Moraine Lake, one of the most beau­ti­ful lakes in the world. Pre­vi­ous­ly, these peaks were named from one to ten, but recent­ly sev­en of them have been renamed after famous peo­ple from all over the world. The val­ley can be eas­i­ly accessed from the road lead­ing from the glacial Moraine Lake.

Simpton Valley, Italy

This val­ley in the Alps is locat­ed between two moun­tain ranges of the Pen­nine and Lep­on­tine Alps. Sim­plton Val­ley is sur­round­ed by pic­turesque alpine peaks 4000 meters high. The Simp­ton Val­ley is divid­ed by the bor­der between Switzer­land and Italy. Thus, while trav­el­ing, you can see the beau­ty of two coun­tries at the same time.

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Romsdal Valley, Norway

We have already told you about the beau­ty of Nor­way in numer­ous selec­tions on Life­Globe. But it is unlike­ly that any­one will refuse to once again admire the nat­ur­al land­scapes of this north­ern coun­try. The beau­ti­ful val­leys of Nor­way, where you can admire the north­ern lights in addi­tion to unspoiled nature, are an ide­al trav­el des­ti­na­tion. A calm riv­er flows along the Roms­dal val­ley, sur­round­ed on all sides by moun­tain ranges. The peaks of the sur­round­ing moun­tains reach a height of 1500 meters.

Haa Valley, Bhutan

The word “Haa” lit­er­al­ly trans­lates as “hid­den”. This val­ley is real­ly not so easy to find, but from that its beau­ty only flour­ish­es. And although most have nev­er heard of this nat­ur­al won­der, Haa Val­ley is con­sid­ered one of the most beau­ti­ful places in the world. There are many oth­er beau­ti­ful val­leys in Asia, but for a spring trip you will hard­ly find a bet­ter des­ti­na­tion than Haa in Bhutan. Dis­cov­er the beau­ties of this coun­try and its amaz­ing nature.

Nubra Valley, India

The Nubra Val­ley is locat­ed approx­i­mate­ly 150 kilo­me­ters north of the city of Leh. This amaz­ing place is closed for free vis­it­ing by for­eign cit­i­zens. To vis­it the val­ley you need to obtain a spe­cial per­mit for a fee. This is done in the name of pre­serv­ing the local nature, because mass tourism is harm­ful to frag­ile ecosys­tems.

Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland

This val­ley is one of the old­est parts of the Swiss Alps, with rocky cliffs and amaz­ing water­falls every­where. You can eas­i­ly get here by car, along the way enjoy­ing the pic­turesque alpine views. Hav­ing vis­it­ed one of the most beau­ti­ful val­leys in the world, you will love these places for­ev­er.

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