Visit Valley of Flowers in Uttaranchal and know all about the miracle made by Mother Nature. The world famous trekking location depicts the beauty of Bhyundar Ganga, which sparkles in the interior of Garhwal Himalayas. It encompass an area of over 87.5 sq.km and is dotted with attractions of tourist interest. Adventure freaks often explore the whole area on foot, while nature lovers capture its beauty by means of video shooting or handycams.
Getting in and around Valley of Flowers is a dream-like affair. The Valley boast of about 300 species of flowers, like Calendulas, Daisies, Anemones, Rhododendron, Orchids, Poppies and Primulas.With enjoying the adventure of trekking, nature lovers can laze amidst blossoming flowers, under the lush alpine groves. An extended walk also offers an exclusive glimpse of wild animals. Himalayan black beers, Himalayan mouse hare, musk deer, brown bears, Bharal, snow leopard and blue sheep are common attractions. trekupindia
The skyward mountain slopes of Joshimath echos with chim of holy bells. Narsimhadeva temple, Vasudeva temple, Rudraprayag and Shankracharya Math attracts religious-minded trekkers. Govindghat, a confluence of Alaknanda and Bhyundar act as a refreshment corner for weary. A Gurudwara, located on the bank of Alaknanda is an added divine destination in the Valley of Flowers.
The adventure of trekking in the scenic spectrum offers life-time experience to tourist, visiting here. The programme starts from Govindghat to Ghangaria via Hemkund Sahib. The trekking itinerary to Valley of Flowers will offer the chance to explore Joshimath and the entire Flowers Park. Over night camping is not allowed in the lofty ranges and so explorers can enjoy staying at villages, located in high and low slopes. The tribal charm and a brief about rural life is sure to captivate one’s heart and mind.
The nearest Jolly Grant Airport is situated in Dehradun (315 kms).
The rail heads in Rishikesh is positioned 270 kms away from Joshimath