Himalayan Trek to Valley of flowers with Hemkund

*Our Once in a Lifetime Must Visit Destination*

Place: Valley of Flowers

Type: Himalaya

Endurance: Low

Difficulty: Easy

Activities: Trekking

Cost: Rs.9300.00


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VALLEY OF FLOWERS

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Day 01: 
Haridwar - Govindghat via Joshimath (9-10 hrs):
After an early breakfast drive to Govindghat via Joshimath and Devprayag. On the way, visit Devprayag where Bhagirathi and Alaknanda rivers meet. From here the holy river Ganges started. Arrival at Govindghat by the evening and check into the hotel. Get a sound sleep for tomorrow's trek to Ghangharia. (Stay Included)

 

Day 02: 
Govindghat - Ghangaria (14 kms/3-4 hrs):
After an early breakfast, we start our trek. From Govindghat, there is a gradual ascent along a well-maintained pilgrim trail to Ghangaria. Upon arrival at Ghangria check into Camp. Explore the surroundings in the evening. Dinner and overnight stay at Guest House. (Lunch, Dinner and Stay Included)

 

Day 03: 
Ghangaria - Valley of Flowers - Ghangria (5 km one side/4-5 hrs):
After breakfast trek to Valley Of Flowers (3858 m) from Ghangaria. The Valley is an enchanting sight with an impressive array of rare wildflowers like Geranium, Marsh marigold, Prinula, Potentilla, Geum, Asters, Lilium, Ranunculus, Corydalis, Inula, Braham Kamal, Campanula, Pedicularis, Arisaema, Morina, Impatiens, Bistorta, Ligularia, Anaphalis, Saxifrages, Sibbaldia, Thermo- psis, Trollius, Codonopsis, Dactylorhiza, Cypripedium, Strawberry, Epilobium, Rhododendrons and numerous others. Most of the flowers have medicinal values too. The valley is 10 km long, 2 km wide, and is divided by the Pushpawati stream, into which several tiny streams and waterfalls merge. After enjoying the beauty of valley trek back to Ghangaria. Dinner & overnight stay at the Guest House / Hotel.  (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Stay Included)

 

Day 04:
Ghangaria - Hemkund Sahib - Ghangria (6 km one side/4-5 hrs)

Hemkund Sahib (also spelled Hemkunt), formally known as Gurudwara Sri Hemkund Sahib Ji, is a Sikh place of worship and pilgrimage site in Chamoli district, Uttarakhand, India. It is devoted to Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh Guru, and finds mention in Dasam Granth, a work dictated by Guruji himself.

 

Day 05: 
Ghangaria - Govind Ghat – Joshimath (26 km. / 1 hrs):
After breakfast trek down to Govind Ghat and from here drive to Joshimath. Dinner and overnight stay in the hotel. (Breakfast and Stay Included)

 

Day 06:
Joshimath / Govindghat to Haridwar (9-10 hours):

We drive from Govindghat or Joshimath to Haridwar and reach Haridwar by the late evening around 06 pm. and end of a memorable journey.

• Identity Proof
• warm jacket (compulsory)
• Windcheaters
• warm clothes (compulsory)
• A good trekking shoes
• extra pair of socks
• Woolen cap
• Balaclava
• Pair of Woolen Gloves
• T-shirts
• Fleece Sweatshirt
• Leggings from a Track-suit
• Woolen Socks
• Extra Pair of clothes
• Sunglasses
• Sun protection & Cold Cream (Sunscreen/Lip balm/Sunglasses)
• Note: It is very important that you line the inside of your bags with a big polythene sheet. Doing so will ensure, that in the event of rain, even though your bag may get wet, your clothes will still remain dry!

Accommodation in Govindghat (Hotel Bhagat or similar) / Ghangharia (Hotel Devlok or similar)
Service of Experience and Qualified Trek Leader.
Meals while on Trek (Veg.) Cooked in Hygienic Environment.
First Aid Medical Kit with the Team.
Permit / Forest Permits.
transportation.

Meals at Govindghat/ Joshimath.
Meals at Govindghat/ Joshimath
Any kind of personal expense.
Porter to carry Personal Luggage.

By Air

Our travel desk can help you with air ticket bookings. Please call Alok Singh on 8097327743.

By Train

By Road

Description

Valley of Flowers:

The valley of flowers changes its colors almost every day as it blooms with hundreds of different flowers, taking on various shades as time progresses. The valley was declared a National Park in 1982 and now is a World Heritage Site. It was believed by the locals that the valley of flowers was inhabited by fairies.

The valley is home to many celebrated flowers like the brahmakamalthe blue poppy, and the cobra lily. It is a much sought after haunt for flower-lovers, botanists, and trekkers.

The Discovery of Valley of Flowers:
Valley of flowers was discovered in the year 1931, when Frank S. Smythe, a British mountaineer along with six other British mountaineers lost their way while descending from Mount Kamet, at 25,447 feet, situated in Garhwal Himalayas. Below 16,000 feet there was heavy rainfall and dense mist surrounded the mountain side. They paused, uncertain to the route. Suddenly R. L. Holdsworth, a botanist as well as a climbing member of the expedition exclaimed “Look”, Frank S. Smythe followed the direction of his outstretched hand. At first, he could see nothing but rocks, then suddenly his wandering gaze was arrested by a little splash of blue, and beyond it were other splashes of blue, a blue so intense it seemed to light the hillside. You can see such bluish shade ofValley of Flowers even today especially in July month.