Walk to Heaven on Earth- Valley of Flowers

Valley of flowers which is situated in the arms of exotic Himalayas is bestowed with rarest and worth seeing Himalayan flora. It is a bouquet of natural Himalayan flowers that attracts a thousand people every year. This amazing destination is peacefully cuddled in Uttarakhand’s west Himalayan region. The trek of the valley of flowers will lead you to the dense deep and dark forests that are walking along the river known as “Pushpawati”. While travelling to this beauty of nature, you will get to cross many bridges, waterfalls and glaciers. This beautiful creation of nature is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an Indian National park unveiling luxurious pastures budded with rife assorted fauna and hilly flowers in the valley.

People who want to enjoy their journey to the Himalayas should visits this gorgeous destination at once in a lifetime. They can easily book their valley of flowers Tour Packages by exploring sites that offer tourism. This high-altitude Himalayan beauty has about three-hundred variant varieties of Himalayan flowers that looks like a big and bright carpet of different attractive colours against the high-headed snow-covered mountains in the background. The valley of flowers is spread over 55 miles (87.5 square kilometres) and declared as the national park of India in 1982 and as UNESCO world heritage site. The foremost valley of flowers is a corridor of glacial which is about 3.1 miles (5 kilometres) long and 1.2 miles (2 kilometres) wide. 

The Route of trekking to the valley of flowers got damaged by the flood in 2013 but in 2015 it reopened again after reconstruction for the entire season. While booking valley of flowers Packages make sure that you have gained all information related to the destination before leaving. The striking landscape of the valley of flowers national park in India’s north region (Uttarakhand), that is bordered by Tibet and Nepal, looks heaven on the earth in the monsoon rain. 

How To get to the destination 

You need to prepare yourself first-mentally as well as physical, as the destination needs some effort. The journey starts from the Govind Ghat’s village Pulna. To reach the starting point, travellers need to travel for about 9 to 10 hours by road from Dehradun, Rishikesh or Haridwar to Joshimath. The journey is still followed by a few more hours by road to Joshimath. From the village (pulna) you need to trek. There is a checkpoint near the start of the trek that doesn’t allow anyone after 2 pm. So, try to reach before that. The valley starts appearing after 1.8mile (3 km) from Ghangaria. To explore the entire valley, you need to travel for 5 km more. 


The valley of flowers is situated in Chamoli Gharwal that is really close to Nanda Devi national park. The altitude of the valley differs from 10,500 feet to 21,900 feet above sea level. It is about 370 miles (595 km) away from Delhi. 


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