Valley of the Flower- Do you want to go trekking in India in the Himalayas? Perfect. But instead of frozen landscapes and steep peaks, choose the Valley of Flowers , the smallest Himalayan national park. The Valley of Flowers National Park is located in the state of Uttarakhand, in the district of Chamoli: we are in northern India, near the border with China. Although not as famous as the Rajasthan, it is a relatively small area (covering an area of 87.5 sq. Km) but with such a special microclimate that it has become the paradise of botanists all over the world.
Valley of the Flower- The Valley of the Flower is famous for hosting over 300 varieties of wildflowers, several of which have medicinal properties. Located in the Uttarakhand State, in the Chamoli district, this valley of the Himalayas is crossed by the Pushpawati River and covers an area of 87.5 square kilometers. Since 1982 the Valley of Flowers has been declared Indian National Park in 1982 and later it has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Day 1 Drive from Rishikesh – Govindghat/Pandukeshwar via Joshimath and Devprayag (265 kms/Approx 8 -9 hours’ drive.
Day 2 Drive in private transport from Govindghat/Pandukeshwar to Poolna (Approx 4 kms drive) Trek from Poolna – Ghangaria (9 kms/ Approx 4-5 hours).
Day 3 Trek from Ghangaria – Valley Of Flowers and back to Ghangaria (10 kms/ Approx 6-7 hours).
Day 4 Trek from Ghangaria to Hemkund Sahib and back to Ghangaria (12 kms/ Approx 6-7 Hours).
Day 5 Trek from Ghangaria – Poolna (9 kms / 4-5 hours) – Poolna to Govindghat/ Pandukeshwar (Approx 5 kms drive).
Day 6 Drive back to Rishikesh from Govindghat / Pandukeshwar (265 kms/ Approx 8-9 hours).