Valley Of Flowers Uttrakhand

Uttara Khand

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Uttarakhand is blessed with many pilgrimage centre’s but more than that the state is bestowed with abundance of beauty, with there being many lesser known destination still awaiting to be discovered by the wandering tribe.

The quiet township of Rishikesh was made famous by The Beatles pop music group, who besides the river Ganga stayed at a Yoga ashram in 1968.  The Jim Corbett National Park is one of India’s best protected wildlife reserve where many throng just to sight the majestic Bengal tiger in its natural environs. Ranikhet, Nainital and Mussoorie are popular hill destinations on all travelers circuit.

One heavenly and remarkably beautiful destination is the Valley of Flowers. It was a chance discovery of mountaineer Frank S Smith who in 1931 was camping in the area. He revealed this hidden gem to the world and since then many have traveled to experience this natures wonder valley in bloom. For its rare flora and fauna, Valley of Flower has been declared a World Heritage Site.

We at World Tour & Travel have put together a 7 nights 8 Days Valley of Flowers Tour, a travel experience that you will not forget in a lifetime.

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Breakfasts and Dinners

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Individual cab for 8 from Days Delhi To Delhi

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PACKAGE DETAILS

Day 01: Delhi-Rishikesh (230 Kms)

Starting from Delhi, our driver picks you up for a drive in comfort to Rishikesh. After checking into your hotel, the evening can be spent exploring the township which has many spiritual center’s. Dinner will be served at the hotel.

Day 02: Rishikesh - Joshimath (250 Kms)

After breakfast, the tour heads out for Joshimath. On the way there is a stopover at Rudra Prayag, which is the confluence point of River Mandakini with River Alaknanda. Joshimath is one of the four ‘maths’ established across the country by Adi Guru Shankaracharya. It’s is also the winter resting place of Sri Badrinathji. Joshimath is located on the hillside where River Dhauliganga meets River Alaknanda.

Day 03: Joshimath - Govindghat- Ghangaria (25 Kms drive + 14 kms trek)

Beyond the drive to Govindghat, Day 3 of the tour involves trekking to Ghangaria for a night stay at a camp. The days start early, after a quick breakfast at Joshimath hotel. Govindghat is nestled on the hillside where Laxman Ganga River meets Alaknanda River. Ghangaria, located at the confluence of River Pushpawati with River Hem Ganga has to be reached on foot. After reaching 14 Kms we reach Ghangaria, which is the base camp for all treks to Valley of Flowers.

Day 04: Ghangaria - Valley of flowers - Ghangaria

After breakfast, the trek to Valley of Flower (altitude 3858 meters) is 4 Kms from Ghangaria. A nature lover’s delight, this valley is located at the conversion point of three Himalayan ranges, namely Zanskar, Western and Eastern Himalayas. The valley is 10 Kms long, 2 Kms wide and is a storehouse of about 300 rare species of wildflowers which include the Brahma Kamal and Fane Kamal. Recognized as a World Heritage Site, the 87.5 sq Km area of the valley is the largest collection of wild flower species in the Himalayas. As the snow starts to melt, the wild flowers here begin to bloom but the peak bloom is from mid July to mid August. The sight of Nilgiri Parbat (6474 M) in the backdrop adds to the grandeur of the place. After having marveled at this natures wonder, we walk back to Ghangaria for dinner and a night stay at the camp.

Day 5: Ghangaria – Hemkund Sahib - Ghangaria

The scenic lakeside Hemkund Sahib is a steep 6 Km trek from Ghangaria. Starting out early after breakfast is important to reach the glacial lake pilgrimage site and return back before nightfall. In Granth Sahib, the holy book of the Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh mentions that in a previous life he had meditated besides a lake which was surrounded by seven peaks. Identified as Lake Hemkund (altitude 4329 meters), it is now a popular pilgrimage place for the Sikhs and a Gurudwara has been established here. The majestic peaks reflecting in the lake make for a very scenic setting. For night stay and dinner we descend back to Ghangaria.

Day 6: Ghangaria – Govindghat – Joshimath

After breakfast, we trek 14 Kms retracing the steps from Ghangaria to Govindghat before boarding a vehicle for a drive back to Joshimath. In the evening one can visit Auli, which is a famous winter skiing resort. Dinner will be served at the hotel of stay.

Day 07: Joshimath – Haridwar

Starting out early, preferably with packed breakfast, we head out for Haridwar, the revered pilgrimage destination for Hindus. On the way the journey makes a stopover at Devprayag. Dinner will be served at the hotel.

Day 08: Haridwar - Delhi

After breakfast one can pay a visit to Har Ki Pauri. Haridwar is one of the holy places where the Kumbh Mela is held after a cycle of every 12 years. In the afternoon we drive back to Delhi to end the tour.

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