Valley of Flowers

Valley of Flowers

per person

Nanda Devi National Park

10 Days Trip

Valley of Flowers is a vibrant and splendid national park reposing in West Himalayas. High in the lofty Himalayas of the Garhwal region sprawls this enchanting valley, an alluring place famous for its charming meadows of alpine flowers. Endowed with a diverse range of endemic flora, it is picturesque in its beauty and also a home to some rare and endangered animal species. Asiatic black deer, snow leopard, musk deer, red fox, brown bear and blue sheep inhabit this land and lush floral pastures, running steams and beautiful backdrop of the mountains form the core of Nanda Devi Biosphere.

Perched at an altitude of 3658 mts above sea level, Bhyundar Valley is the home to this surreal place. Emerald mountain ranges, green meadows and white clouds fuse to create a dreamlike locale called Valley of Flowers. Cascading waterfalls are abundant while you’re traversing towards the valley. Declared as the National Park in 1982, the vibrant valley is a world heritage site. The pristine beauty, mystical surroundings lures nature lovers, photographers and botanists.

Valley of Flowers remains covered with a thick blanket of snow during the winter season. It is in full bloom during July, August and September. This is the best time to explore the splendor of this magnificent place. Dew drops of flowers, the rhythmic sound of flowing water and the romantic breeze can be enjoyed by the visitors during the period of July to September. As per the local belief, this valley was inhabited by fairies. No wonder, it’s a fairy land.

09 Nights 10 Days
12+ Age
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    Casual, comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat and light jacket
Arrive India
Welcome to India. Arrive New Delhi and transfer to hotel. Evening briefing and orientation of the tour for preparation and packing.
In New Delhi
Tour of New Delhi. Full day sightseeing tour of New Delhi to include sights such as the Qutub Minar, the Jama masjid, Red fort and the India gate. In the evening dinner at a local restaurant near Connaught circuit.
To Haridwar
Transfer to Haridwar by land Depart Delhi for Haridwar (5 hour by a private vehicle). We will spend the night in Haridwar and witness the evening religious rituals on the ghats of the river Ganges.
To Govindghat
Travel to Govindghat, 8 hour drive This is a full day journey alongside the beautiful sights of the emerald Alaknanda river. Reach Govindghat in the evening, located on the bank of the river. This is the embarking point of the trek.
To Ghangaria
Trek to the village of Ghangaria, 7 - 8 hours including breaks and rest stops. Breakfast and begin the trek towards the village of Ghangaria. All along the trail you will witness enchanting views of numerous waterfalls and a high altitude lake. Some rare species of birds and tailless rats can be seen during the trek today.
In Ghangaria and valley of flowers
In Ghangaria – valley of flowers and back to Ghangaria Explore the valley of flowers and back to Ghangaria (7 – 8 hours trekking) Today you will witness one of the most alluring places in the world. You are blessed with the sound of chirping birds and rhythmic flowing of water. Once inside the valley you will enter the most impeccable environment, a life of natural beauty awaits here.
To Hemkund lake and Ghangaria
Trek to Hemkund lake and back to Ghangaria (7 – 8 hours trekking) Early breakfast then start to Hemkund Lake, a pious site for Sikhs and a high altitude lake, a spectacular site for nature lovers. The lake is reposing at an astounding altitude of 13500 ft and Himalayan flowers like the blue poppies, vajradanti and brahkamal are truly delightful.
To Govindghat
Ghangaria to Govindghat (5 hours trekking) Following breakfast, we begin the trek to Govindghat.
To Haridwar
Govindghat to Haridwar (9 hours by road) Drive along the Alaknanda river to Haridwar. We will stop for lunch along the way and arrive our destination in the evening. Overnight in Haridwar
Trips concludes
Conclude the trip and drive back to Delhi to connect to other popular destinations such as Agra, Varanasi or Jaipur.


Nanda Devi National park