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Valley of Flowers



6 Day 5 Night

Tour Type

Daily Tour

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Valley of Flowers Overview

  • Valley of Flower is a mystical walk through the valley that opens up to a flower bed, with peaks and glacier in background and a river bed; Valley of flowers is an ultimate destination for nature lovers. Situated between the Zanskar and the Great Himalayan ranges, Valley of Flowers is a renowned World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
  • Part of the Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve, Valley of Flowers is an important site for botanists, mountaineers and trekkers. It is a region full of rare Himalayan plants and flowers as well as birds, rare in nature; only to be found at a specific altitude. The flora and fauna of the valley is highly fragile and endangered.
  • The national park is surrounded by peaks like Gauri Parbat (6590m), Rataban (6126m) and Kunth Khal (4430m). Pushapavati river also flows through the valley and joins Lakshman Ganga at ghangaria. The discovery of the valley was unintentional yet has now turned into a sensational destination.

Valley of Flowers

  • After coming back from a successful Mt. Kamet expedition, a team of six mountaineers stumbled upon the Bhyundar valley while returning. Frank Smythe is the most famous person associated with the history of the valley.
  • The biggest reason on behalf of me to like and remember the trek is that the beautiful valley itself. once you stand at the entry of the valley you see before you a vibrant carpet laid out.
  • The valley is a minimum of a few of kilometers wide and quite 10 kilometers long. ahead of me was the carpet with waves of pinks, blues and yellows flowing along side the breadth and width.

  • A narrow path in between the flowers beckons you to travel deeper. You now start seeing a spread of flowers. Not only in colors but in shapes, sizes, textures and smell. a couple of tens of steps bring you to a completely new sort of flowers.
  • You wonder who got them here. What made the variability change? it had been also interesting to ascertain the large fauna change along side the changing flora.
  • I stood by the flowers, sat down beside them, lay down on the tiny exposed trail trying to immerse myself and feel a neighborhood of the multitude of flowers within the valley. The cool mountain breeze coming from the glacial end of the valley brought with it scents that I had never known before.

  • Valley Of Flowers isn’t just a trek. along side a trek to the gorgeous valley, it shows you a fantastic journey of religion undertaken by humans. You see youngsters, middle-aged, elderly, children, toddlers on this incredible climb to the lake at 14,000 ft. Many take the support of ponies or maybe porters but quite few of them hop on their own might.
  • It was heartwarming to ascertain volunteers sweeping every section of the trail to stay it clean and dealing at Hemkund Sahib Gurdwara in freezing temperatures. it had been an exquisite feeling to awaken in Ghangria at dawn to the parade calls of the Sikh Gurudwara. The trek shows you a world you’d hardly see otherwise.

Facts about Valley of Flowers

  • With a shocking backdrop of the mighty Himalayan ranges, the Valley of Flowers park presents an ethereal view and an unforgettable experience for visitors. cover a neighborhood of 87 sq km within the Chamoli district, the Valley of Flowers park may be a UNESCO World Heritage Site and forms one among the 2 core zones (the other being the Nanda Devi National Park) of the Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve.
  • The valley is believed to possess been discovered in 1931, when three British mountaineers – led by Frank S Smythe – lost their way and chanced upon this spectacular valley. Attracted by the sweetness of this place they named it the “Valley of Flowers”.
  • As the name suggests, Valley of Flowers may be a destination where nature blooms fully glory offering a wide ranging experience. Exotic flowers (over 600 species) like orchids, poppies, primulas, marigold, daisies and anemones are an attention grabbing spectacle.
  • Sub-alpine forests birch and rhododendron cover parts of the park’s area. The trek to the valley offers eye-catching spectacles like cascading waterfalls and wild streams. Situated at an altitude of around 3,600 m above the ocean level, the valley is additionally home to such rare and amazing wildlife species just like the gray langur, the flying phalanger , the Himalayan weasel, and black bear, the red fox, the lime butterfly, the ounce and Himalayan monal, to call a couple of .

Best Time to visit

  • The flowers here are often best viewed between the months of May and October, a time when the world turns into a botanical wonderland although maximum abundance of flowers is during July to September.

Best Time To Visit Valley of Flowers

  • In July expect tons of greenery. you’ll also find a touch of snow till rains begin fully swing. But there won’t be many flowers until mid-July

How To Valley of Flowers

  • Valley of flowers lies deep inside Uttarakhand within the Chamoli district. The trek starts at an area called Govindghat. to urge to Govindghat, you would like to return to Rishikesh.
  • Rishikesh may be a big city of Uttarkhand and also a well-liked destination for tourists and pilgrims alike. It lies at the foothills of the Himalayas and is your gateway to the Garhwal region.

Difficulty  Level Of  Valley of Flowers

  • Moderate level

Things To Carry

  • Backpack 65/90 L
  • Water Bottle
  • Energy Bars
  • Weather Appropriate Clothing
  • Warm Jacket
  • Flee Jacket
  • Sun protection
  • Rain Protection
  • Flashlight And Extra Batteries
  • Extra Pair of Clothing
  • Towel
  • Personal Hygiene Kit
  • Mini First Aid Kit
  • Personal Medication
  • Trash Bag
  • Moisture Cream
  • Tissues
  • Slippers
  • Gloves
  • Sunglass
  • Warm Hat
  • Insect repellent
  • An emergency whistle

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Day 1 : Haridwar to Govindghat

A drive from Haridwar to Govindghat .After Dinner Stay overnight in Govindghat.

Day 2 : Trek from Govindghat to Ghangaria

Govindghat to Ghangria | Trek: 9 km, Time: 5-6 Hours

Day 3 : Trek from Ghangaria to Govindghat and drive to Joshimath

Ghangaria to Valley of Flowers and back to Ghangaria | Trek: 7 km, Time: 6Hours

Day 4

Ghangaria to Hemkund Sahib and back to Ghangaria| Trek: 12 km, Time: 6-7

Day 5

Ghangaria to Govindghat | Trek: 9km, Time: 4 Hours

Day 6

Govindghat to Dehradun| Drive: 309 km, Time: 11 to 12 Hours


  • Transport support from Dehradun to Dehradun
  • Starting from a pickup on Day 1 to drop last day
  • All vegetarian meals starting from dinner on Day 1 to breakfast on the last Day
  • Professional guide, cook and support staff
  • Forest entry charges for Indian nationals - For non-Indian passport holders; there will be
  • an additional charge
  • Porter and mule support to carry camping equipment and NOT personal luggage
  • Hotel / Luxury Tent accommodation throughout the trek on a triple sharing basis
  • All applicable taxes
  • Personal expenses like tips, personal medicines, phone calls etc.
  • Any transport support during the trek apart from what is included above
  • Any cost or services not mentioned in the Inclusions
  • Accommodation in Dehradun
  • Cost arising due to unforeseen incidents like bad weather, medical evacuation, road blocks etc


4 to 6 Days

Difficulty Level

Easy To Moderate

Tour's Location

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