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Valley Of Flowers in Garhwal by High Adventure
The Valley was introduced to the world as the Valley of Flowers by Frank Smith - mountaineer, explorer, botanist who camped here for several weeks in the monsoon of 1937 and did valuable exploratory work. He authored a book called "The Valley of Flowers" which unveiled the beauty and floral splendors of the valley and thus threw open the doors of this verdant jewel to nature-enthusiasts all over the world. The stunning landscape of The Valley of Flowers National Park in northern India's state of Uttarakhand, bordered by Nepal and Tibet, comes alive with the monsoon rain. This high-altitude Himalayan valley has around 300 different varieties of alpine flowers, which appear as a bright carpet of color against a mountainous snow capped background.
Accessibility:- Ranikhet Exp. N.5013 (Daily) Departure at old Delhi Railway station 22.45 / Tourist bus Delhi to Kathgodam
Morning arrival at Kathgodam railway station then drive to Gwaldam. Check in Hotel.
After breakfast drive to Joshimath. Evening local visit.
After breakfast drive to Govindghat, it is situated in the confluence of Alaknanda and Laxman Ganga Rivers. It has an imposing Gurudwara named after Guru Govind Singh then trek to Ghangria. Pushpawati River and Lakshman Ganga River meet here. Overnight stay at Ghangria camp.
After breakfast, trek to Valley of flowers with packed lunch. Return back to Ghangria. Overnight stay at Ghangria
After breakfast, leave for Hemkund. (5 kms. Steep climb) Hemkund is a beautiful lake at a breathtaking altitude of 4,300 m, and has a Gurdwara, Hemkund Shahib, which a holy place for the Sikhs. You can see Brahma kamal on the way. Return back to Ghangria. Overnight stay at Ghangria.
After breakfast trek to Govindghat then drive to Badrinath . Check in Hotel. Evening visit to temple.
After breakfast drive to Gwaldam/ Kausani.
After breakfast drive to Kathgodam railway station.