Valley of Flowers Trek From Govindghat @ ₹6499/Only
Valley of Flowers Trek From Haridwar @ ₹8599/Only
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Valley Of Flower Trek Overview :
Start Point/End Point: Haridwar / Govindghat
Maximum Altitude: 14,400 ft
Valley of Flowers Trek Distance: 47 km
Temperature: Day 12°C-20°C and Night: 4°C-10°C
Best Time: June end to mid-September
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Valley Of Flower Trek Package Inclusion :
Transportation – Haridwar / Govindghat
Accommodation – Guest house/Home stay/Camping
Meals – While on trek (Veg.)
Trekking equipment – Comfortable sleeping bag, thick mattress, separate kitchen & dining tent
Permit – All necessary permits and entry fees
First Aid Kit – Oxygen cylinder, first aid medical kits, and stretcher
Trek Leader – Mountaineering qualified Guide, and Support staff.
Other – Staff insurance and all other necessary things
What Our Customers Say About Us
The Valley of Flowers trek is one of India’s most popular treks in the Himalayas. People who haven’t even stepped into the Himalayas, have heard about the Valley of Flowers trek.
But there is a solid reason behind Valley Of Flower’s legendary popularity – it is one of India’s oldest known treks.
In 1980, the Indian government created the Valley of Flowers National Park, and later in 2002, it was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This pushed Valley of Flowers on the bucket list of trekkers from around the world.
Having said that, you must note that the Valley Of Flowers trek is not easy. It is a moderate-level trek, with slightly longer trekking days and a steep ascent to Hemkund Sahib that will challenge your endurance. So, prepare well for this trek. We have talked in detail about this in the ‘difficulty’ section of this trek guide.
The biggest reason for me to love and remember the trek is the beautiful valley itself. When you stand at the entry of the valley you see ahead of you a colourful carpet laid out. The valley is at least a couple of kilometres wide and more than 10 kilometres long. In front of me was the carpet with waves of pinks, blues and yellow flowing along with the breadth and width.
A narrow path in between the flowers beckons you to go deeper. You now start seeing a variety of flowers. Not only in colours but in shapes, sizes, textures and smells. A few tens of steps bring you to a new variety of flowers. You wonder who got them here. What made the variety change? It was also interesting to see the big fauna change along with the changing flora.