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valley of flower






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7 july – 12 july, 14 july – 19 july, 21 july – 26 july, 28 july – 2 aug, 4 aug – 9 aug, 11 aug – 16 aug, 18 aug – 23 aug, 24 aug – 29 aug, 30 aug – 4 sep


Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Vegetarian, Jain Available, Unlimited


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In the lap of nature, the beauty of blossoms that allows one to have a look of a different world on the same planet i.e. ‘The World of Flowers’. In this region there are about 500 species of flowers that also makes this World Heritage Site, a pharmaceutical resource

Description (Brief)

Valley of Flowers

In the lap of nature, the beauty of blossoms that allows one to have a look of a different world on the same planet i.e. ‘The World of Flowers’. In this region there are about 500 species of flowers that also makes this World Heritage Site, a pharmaceutical resource.

Framed with 6000m mountains located at West Himalayas, in the state well known as ‘Devbhoomi’ i.e. Uttarakhand; the valley was unknown to the outside world till a British Mountaineer Frank Smythe inadvertently discovered it in 1931. When Smythe and his team lost their way back after the successful expedition which was to scale Mt. Kamet, a peak in Garhwal. Theywere astonished when witnessed the glorious sight of the beautiful blossoms & variety of flora and named the region ‘Valley of Flowers’ on which Smythe also wrote a book further with the same name. His words ‘In all my mountain wandering, I have not seen a more beautiful valley where the human spirit may find repose’ adequately substantiate the beauty of this heaven on earth.

It would not be an exaggeration, if said that the glimpses of the high altitude meadows (known as Bugyals) of tall wild flowers & feeling the breeze on the spot takes one to the cloud 9 and shows the beauty of God’s creation effectively.

Shri Hemkund Saheb

Near the famous Valley of flowers there is a well-known Sikh pilgrimage named ‘Shri Hem Kund Saheb’ that gives enormous contentment of ethics & devotion to the thousands of devotees visiting throughout the whole world, every summer. Placed with high altitude lake of around 4329m, surrounded by seven huge mountains that collectively known as Hemkund Parvat; also close to the lake there is a sacred Gurudwara that stands as the epitome of all principles that constitute Sikh faith. With an incredible naturally made surrounding, the pilgrimage is situated at 15,000 feet above the sea level in Northern India.

‘Hemkund’ is a Sanskrit word derived from ‘Hem’ which means ‘Snow’ & ‘Kund’ which means ‘Bowl’; hence the name suggests itself as the ‘Bowl of Snow’. There are various mythologies behind the etymology of the place; as per the Dasham Granth, this is the place where Raja Pandu practiced Yoga. In addition the Dasham Granth also says that God ordered Sikh Guru Gobind Singh ji (the Xth Guru of Sikhs) to take birth while he was in deep meditation at the Mt. of Hemkund; further in Bachitra Natak, the autobiographical account of Guru Gobind Singh ji, it is said that it was at Hemkund ‘adorned with seven snow peaks’ where he meditated in his previous birth.

Further talking more about the piousness of the place, the Hindu Mythology says that on the very bank of this lake a number of sages & religious teachers including Rishi Medhasa of Markandeya Purana & Lord Lakshman (the brother of Lord Rama) performed penance. Besides the Gurudwara we can also see a temple of Lord Lakshman here. The particular lake is the source of Laxman Ganga, also known as Hem Ganga, stream that merges with the Pushpawati stream flowing from the ‘Valley of Flowers’, at Ghangaria. From this very point on, the river is known as Laxman Ganga.

Being it a very famous Trek destination having a prodigious religious history, we allow Trekkers to have glimpses of the beauty of nature including the Rhodobendron (Buraans), blossoming wild roses, ferns and alpine flowers bounded as well as the mesmerising charm of the surging naturally maintained water of Lakshman Ganga.


Day 1 Haridwar to Joshimath by Road ( 274km/10hrs )

On this day, we pick you up early in the morning at Haridwar Railway station/Bus stand; from where we drive to Joshimath from Haridwar via Rishikesh and Devprayag. Devprayag is a well-known, holy city which is the confluence of the Bhagirathi and Alaknanda rivers, after this the rivers become the holy Ganga. We Arrive at Joshimath by the evening and check into a hotel to rest. Dinner & overnight stay is our responsibility.

Day 2 Joshimath to Ghangria by road and trek (22km/1hrs +13km/6hrs )

After an early breakfast, we all drive to Govindghat, which is the starting point of the trek. From Govindghat there is a gradual ascent along a well maintained pilgrim trail to Ghangaria. After arriving at Ghangria we check into hotel/camp. Together we explore the surroundings in the evening. And then at the end of the day, we enjoy or dinner and overnight stay at the camp/hotel.

Day 3 Ghangria to valley of flower and back to Ghangria (10km/6hrs )

After breakfast we proceed our trek to Valley Of Flowers (3858 m) from Ghangaria. The valley has an enchanting sight with an impressive array of rare wildflowers like Geranium, Marsh marigold, Braham kamal, Campanula, Pedicularis, Arisaema, Morina, Impatiens, Bistorta, Ligularia, Anaphalis, etc. The particular valley is of 10 kms long, 2 kms wide, and is divided by the Pushpawati stream, into which several tiny streams and waterfalls merges also here. After absorbing the beauty of the Valley Of Flowers we trek back to Ghangaria. Here at camp/hotel we remember & discuss today’s earnings of our life via nature, because of the immense experience we had, before the dinner & overnight stay.

Day 4 Ghangria to Hemkund shaeb and back to Ghangria (12km/10hrs)

After breakfast we again trek to Hemkund Saheb (4329 m) from Ghangaria. Placed with high altitude lake of around 4329m, to refresh our religious ethics & know more about them; the pilgrimage is situated at 15,000 feet above the sea level in Northern India. Late afternoon trek backs to Ghangaria. Again we have our dinner & overnight stay at the camp/hotel and have rest for a while.

Day 5 Trek down Ghangri to Joshimath (13km/5hrs)

On this day we proceed our trek back to Govindghat and from here we drive to Joshimath. After arriving Joshimath we check into a hotel. Rest of the day is free to explore the pictures of the particular region, to take back the melodious memories. One can also visit Auli, to have more fun, in the evening. Dinner and over night stay at the hotel would be waiting for relaxation.

Day 6 Joshimath to Haridwar (274km/10hrs)

On this day, in early morning we drive back to Haridwar. As per the strategy we arrive Haridwar by evening. Trek ends with a mosaic of colorful memories which would definitely be unforgettable in a highly positive manner.



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