Valley of Flowers Trek

Valley of Flowers Trek

Valley of Flowers is the best Monsoon Trek in the Himalayas, It is located in the Garhwal valley of Uttarakhand in the Northern state of Bharat. It is covered with the beauty of enriched flowers and dense forest, The vibrant view of the majestic  Himalayas always makes you feel as you are in  Heaven, This UNESCO World Heritage Site is not just a trekking destination but a sanctuary for the soul, offering a glimpse into the untouched feel of the Himalayan Landscape.

The Beauty of Nature is truly defined here, this is worth a place to visit for all trekking and nature lovers at least one time in a life, During Monsoon, The place gives birth to many unknown flowers that are so admired, and their beauty and fragrance, Provide Valley is smelling and welcome you to forget yourself in the magic of Nature

The Valley of Flowers trek is a journey to touch the flowers in the Haven while trekking a chance to explore the amazing view of the Himalayas, the Real beauty of Flowers, the fresh stream of the River & attractive vibe of Nature. The Valley is not just famous for Flowers, it is also home to diverse fauna. Keep an eye out for elusive Himalayan wildlife such as the musk deer, snow leopard, and numerous bird species including the Himalayan Monal, adding an element of wilderness and intrigue to your journey.

Valley of Flowers Trek –

The Valley of Flowers trek starts from Govindghat, where you have to cover a 2 km distance by local Transport, and the Main Trek will start from Pulna Village, which is 10 km per side to Ghangaria or Govinddham, You can take a pony or palki or Helicopter service, The Valley has exact 10 km in Length and 2 km in width with concave in Shape. But Trekkers mostly cover 5 to 6 km on each side due to high altitude and lack of oxygen, Trekkers have to come back to base camp Ghangaria for stay.

The Valley is divided along its length by a small river called the Pushpawati and several tiny streams and waterfalls. The Pushpawati joins the Laxman Ganga, flowing from Hemkund Sahib, at Ghangaria. This combined stream Retains the name Laxman Ganga till it meets Alaknanda at Govindghat.

What is Valley of Flowers?

There is a beautiful place in Uttarakhand, During the Monsoon, The Valley is covered with many unknown flowers making the place more admired and attractive with a snow-covered peak of the Himalayas.

Valley of Flowers National Park?

As optimized by the Uttarakhand government the Valley has enriched species of flora and fauna, so It was declared a National park in 1982, and It was declared a World Heritage site on July 14, 2005 by UNESCO.

How to Reach?

You have to reach Joshimath or Govindghat via Haridwar or Rishikesh.

How to Book?

You can book a complete Valley of Flowers package by Monk Travel Hardwar which provides Transportation, accommodation, food, and an experienced trekking guide with 100 % commitment to best service.

Best time to visit?

During Monsoon from June to September month but best time on August when all flowers are blooming.

Nearby attraction?

There are many nearby places to visit, like Hemkund Sahib, Badrinath Temple, Mana Village, Narsingh Temple, Auli and Tapowan etc.

What do you need to carry for the trek?

  • Sunglass & moisturizer or sunscreen cream.
  • Heavy & light woolen clothing and wind sheeter jacket & raincoat.
  • Hand gloves & cap (woolen and sun cap).
  • Personal medical kit.
  • Umbrella and small handbag.

How to Reach at Base Camp ( Govindghat)

  • Delhi to Haridwar/ Rishikesh – 200 km
  • Rishikesh to Govindghat – 271 km
  • Govindghat – Pulna Village – 4 km
  • Pulna to Ghangaria – 10 kms Trek
  • Ghangaria to VOF – 5 kms Trek
  • Ghangaria to Hemkund Sahib – 6 kms trek

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