The Valley of Flowers Trek

Whilst on an expedition to Mt. Kamet, Frank S. Smith an English mountaineer & explorer, discovered the valley of flowers. The valley is an enchanting sight with an impressive array of over 300 varieties of wild Himalayan flowers. The snow-capped peaks including ‘Nilgiri Parbat’ (6474 m) stand in bold relief against the skyline. 

The Legend is that Hanuman collected `Sanjeevani` herbs from this valley to revive the lord ‘Lakshman’. Other attraction of the trek is a day excursion to Hemkund Sahib – A sacred Sikh shrine is situated on the foot of the Hemkund Lake (4320 mt) and Badrinath – one of the four Hindu Pilgrimage (Dham) in the Himalayas.

Area: Ghangaria, Uttrakhand

Altitude: 3250 to 6750 meters/ 10662 - 22145 ft.

Duration: 11 days (Approximate) 

Season: June – October (Approximate)

Grade: Moderate
* Given itinerary is tentative and can be customised as per the client request.

Day One:  Delhi. Met upon arrival at Delhi International Airport / Railway station  and transfer to a hotel for an overnight stay.

Day Two: Delhi – Rishikesh. Drive to Rishikesh (225 km) via Haridwar. Rishikesh is known as 'Gateway to Himalayas' and center of Yoga & Meditation. In the afternoon visit various Ashrams and Temples. Enjoy the 'Ganga Aarti' in the evening. Overnight stay in hotel.

Day Three: Rishikesh - Karnprayag – Joshimath. Drive to Joshimath (290 km), winter abode of Lord Badrinath and seat of Adi Sankarachrya. On arrival check-into hotel for overnight stay.


Day Four: Joshimath - Govindghat – Ghangaria. Drive to Govindghat (18 km). After an early lunch start trekking to Ghangaria (13 km) the base camp for `Valley of Flowers’ and Hemkund Sahib. Overnight stay in tourist lodge / tented camp.


Day Five: Ghangaria - Valley of Flowers – Ghangaria. Proceed for excursion to Valley of Flowers. The whole valley is dotted with variety of exotic Himalayan flowers and other flora. In the afternoon return back to camp at Ghangaria.

Day Six: Ghangaria - Hemkund – Ghangaria. Day excursion to Hemkund Sahib, one of the Holiest pilgrimage for the Sikhs. Snow covered peaks and mountains make the backdrop for `The Hemkund Lake'. The climb to Hemkund Sahib is very steep. In the evening return back to Ghangaria for overnight stay.

Day Seven: Ghangaria - Govindghat - Badrinath : Morning after Breakfast, start return trek to reach Govindghat. On arrival at Govindghat, drive to Badrinath (28 km). Badrinath is one of the most important Hindu pilgrimage place. One of the four Dham in the Himalayas, the temple at Badrinath is dedicated to lord Vishnu. On arrival check-in at a hotel, for overnight stay.


Day Eight: Badrinath - Joshimath – Rudraprayag. Morning after breakfast drive to Rudraprayag 168 kms via Joshimath and Karnapryag. Rudraprayag is situated at the confluence of Mandakini and Alaknanda rivers. On arrival check-into hotel for overnight stay.


Day Nine: Rudrapryag – Rishikesh. Morning after breakfast drive (164 km) down to reach Rishikesh. On arrival check-in the Hotel for overnight stay.


Day Ten: Rishikesh – Delhi.  Morning after breakfast drive (225 km) to Delhi. Stop en route at Haridwar to visit Har-ki-Pauri Ghat. Reach Delhi by late evening

Day Eleven: Delhi. Depart for home. Optional sightseeing of Delhi. Later transfer to airport  / railway station to board flight or train for onward destination.

** Above itinerary is subjected to change depending upon actual weather conditions.
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