Valley of Flowers
Valley of Flower Trek flower bloom haven on earth National Park of India in 1982 and is now part of UNESCO World Heritage For a beautiful trekking experience, nothing can be a better choice to indulge in an unforgettable and electrifying trekking expedition in the valley of flowers, in Uttarakhand.
The trek of the valley of the flower in the Himalayas is a beautiful and essential hike for all hikers who wish to hike in the Himalayas. The traditional trek route is given below, however you can be a bit more adventurous by looking at this The hike to the valley starts at GovindGhat or Pulna village, after crossing the Alaknanda River by a suspension bridge. The zig-zag muleteer trail stretches through a rising valley of terraced fields and vegetation. The hike becomes more exciting after the village of Pulna – the Laxman Ganga gets faster and, between the green and rocky mountains, you can see snowy peaks.
The 7km Pulna Trail in Bhyundar Village is blessed with beautiful scenery, including waterfalls and cold springs. The shrubs and wild roses grow abundantly and the rhododendrons color the area in red and dark red. Small roadside tea stalls walk the road and young and enthusiastic tour guides can be hired in Bhyundar village.
After a moment of rest here, the hike along the right bank of Laxman Ganga continues through the lush vegetation until a log bridge, supported by huge rocks, is reached. Crossing now the left bank, the path becomes steeper and harder and is 2 km. from here you will arrive to Ghanghria, the base camp for hikes to the Valley of Flowers and Hernkund Sahib.
|Rishikesh to Goving Ghat . Distance – 275 KM , 9 – 10 Hrs Journey .
|Govind Ghat – Ghangria . Distance – 10 KM [Duration: 6 – 7 hours trek]
| Ghangria – Valley of Flowers – Ghangria . Distance – 6 KM [Duration: 4 – 5 hours]
| Ghangria – Hemkund Sahib – Ghangria Distance – 8 KM [Duration: 5 – 6 hours]
| Ghangria – Govind Ghat [Duration: 3 – 4 hours] – Proceed to Rishikesh
valley of flowers itinerary
The valley of flowers, which is a valley covered with snow almost all year round, is only available to tourists during the monsoon period between June and September. The best time to visit the Valley of Flowers National Park is to prove its fine green deck in July, August and September. During this time, the valley has just begun to bloom, so there is no reason to go, while the winter snowfall makes the site not only hostile, but also kills the purpose of visiting this valley.
Day 1: Reporting at Rishikesh to Govind Ghat
We all will meet up at Laxaman Jhoola by 7:00 – 7:30 am in the morning. We will hire a cab to drive to Govind Ghat (We will share the cost of the vehicle among all the participants at actual). The drive will take around 10 hours form Rishikesh. Over night stay at hotel in Govind Ghat
Day – 2 : Govind Ghat – Ghangria
Early in the morning after breakfast from Govind Ghat it is a gradual ascent along a well maintained trail to Ghangria. Spend the rest of the day exploring the surroundings.
Day – 3 : Ghangria – Valley of Flowers – Ghangria
This day marks the very reason of your trek in the high valley. Start your day with a healthy breakfast. Scale a height of 3 858 m to reach the valley of flowers. This view is a feast for the eyes and treat for the soul.
Admire one of nature’s most beautiful creations and stand in front of a multitude of flowers in full bloom. The myriad of palette with a multitude of shades of colors rests on the watchful eyes of the mighty Himalayas. Creating an attractive canvas,
the valley is crossed by several streams. Wild flora creates a rich ecosystem for many species of birds, butterflies and insects. Many moments of great excitement begin your journey back to Ghangaria. Dinner and overnight at the hotel
Day – 4 : Ghangria – Hemkund Sahib – Ghangria
Trekking, sacred place of the Sikhs, seven snow-capped mountains
Today, after breakfast, you will follow a steep path to Hemkund Sahib to go to the religious site where Guru Gobind Singh would have meditated in a previous life. Surrounded by seven snowy mountains, this place is undoubtedly soothing and soothing. Spend some time here. And after lunch, start an afternoon hike to Ghangaria. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Day – 5 : Ghangria – Govind Ghat Proceed to Rishikesh
Return to Govind Ghat. We leave early morning from Ghangria and reach Govind Ghat before 11am. We will rent a taxi to Rishikesh (we will share the cost of the vehicle between all participants on the actual date). The trip will take about 10 hours from Govind Ghat & Reach Rishikesh around 21:00. Hotel stay in Rishikesh (the cost of the hotel is not included)
Day – 6 : Rishikesh – Delhi – Departure
Trip ends here
On this day, according to your Bus or train timing depart from Rishikesh on your own