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valley of flowers (0) Difficulty Level:
from/per person Rs.11,500.00
  • Groups allowed
  • Tour guides




High in the Himalayan scopes of Garhwal slopes of Uttaranchal falsehoods a charmed valley. Here blossomed pastures with clear running streams are set against silver birches and sparkling snow crests. Dew lies thick on the blooms, feathered creatures sing in the encompassing woodland and the air is immaculate and accused of botanical scents. Avoided according to civilisation, this valley had been referred to the tenants as the Bhyundar Valley.

Presently called The Valley of FLOWERS National Park, the valley is an UNESCO World-Heritage site, prestigious for its glades of endemic snow capped blossoms and remarkable normal excellence. This luxuriously assorted territory is likewise home to uncommon and imperiled creatures, including the Asiatic mountain bear, snow panther, darker bear and blue sheep. The recreation center extends over a spread of 87.50 km and has been recognized by eminent mountain climbers and botanists in writing for over a century and in Hindu mythology for much longer.The high elevation Hemkund Lake (4329 mtrs) lies in brilliant environs. A precarious trek from Ghangharia drives one to this spot in around four to six hours.


Route / Area:              Haridwar- Rishikesh

Duration :                     5 Nights / 6 Days

Accommodation :        Tents for Outdoor

Transport :                    By Taxi as per group size on additional cost.

Meal type:                     All meals.


  • This is the land only package.
  • All Meals : Breakfast ,lunch and dinner ,Tea.
  • Trekking  guides.
  • Camps & sleeping matrices.
  • Trekking equipments.
  • All wildlife camping and Trekking fee.
  • Inclusive of taxes.
  • Anything that is not mentioned.
  • Porters for own luggage.
  • Any kind of medicine.
  • Laundry.
  • Transportation .
  • Water resistant trekking pants/trekking shoes.
  • Warm clothes including warmers/pull overs/waterproof jackets.
  • Gloves/Warm caps/Thermals.
  • Extra pair of socks.
  • Carry Torches.
  • Carry your own personal medicines and toiletries.
  • Raincoat.


Landing in base camp – at Gopeshwar. The home stay gives new natural sustenance , the majority of which is developed in-house. The family has their own journal for crisp drain and items. All natural waste and bovine compost is utilized to create clean natural excrement through vermiculture which is utilized as a part of the ranches. Evening climb for acclimatization. Connect rappelling for the challenging ones.

Drive to Govind Ghat by means of Joshimath (80kms) Trek to Ghangharia (14kms). Ghangaria is a little town while in transit to Hemkund sahib, a prevalent journey site for Sikhs around 6 k.m from here. Valley of Flowers, a national park known for its variety of flowers is around 3 km from this place. It is situated at a height over 10,000feet. It is otherwise called Govinddham. Overnight in Ghangharia.

Exploring Valley of Flowers (10-15 kms). Early morning leave for the Valley of flowers from the visitor house/camp after breakfast and stuffed lunch. The walk takes us through mountainstreams and a labyrinth of wildflowers of all colors. Overnight outdoor camps in Ghangharia.

Trek to Hemkund Saheb (7kms)The high height Lokpal lake, known as Hemkund (4329 mts.) lies in magnificent environs. A precarious trek from Ghangharia drives one to this spot in around four to six hours. It is an essential journey for both Hindus and Sikhs, and additionally for individuals fro mother beliefs. There is a Sikh Gurudwara and a Lakshman sanctuary based on the bank of the lake. As suggested, in the sacred Granth Sahib, Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Guru of the Sikh confidence had contemplated the bank of this lake in one of his prior births. It is trusted that Lakshman, the more youthful sibling of Ram, thought by the lake and recovered his wellbeing subsequent to being extremely injured by Meghnath, child of the evil spirit Ravana, amid fight.

Trek back to Govind Ghat (14kms)
Drive back to Gopeshwar (80kms)