Discovering the beauty of nature in the Valley of Flowers
The main inspiration behind the establishment of Himalayan Walkers came from Mr. Bhagat Singh Rawat, founder and co-founder Mr. Chain Singh.
History Himalayan hikers expressed their love of trekking and their interest in exploring the magnificence of nature. They are passionate about connecting and enjoying places to hike.
Hiking is more than just wandering; hiking is about the world. you think. Knowledge of flora and fauna must be provided.
The fragrance of flowers does not pollute and outsiders travel through mountains and rivers. We all know that Brahma, rose, lotus and other flowers are famous for the beauty and charm of nature.
The importance of flowers in nature is everywhere: they provide people with natural medicines. Heavy fog and rain often occur, especially in mountainous areas in late summer.
The spectacular Valley of flowers trek is located deep in the Himalayas, an alpine meadow at an altitude of 11,500 feet (3,500 meters). In August and September, the valley becomes colorful, with more than 1,000 kinds of flowers, shrubs, orchids and other plants arranged in the valley. The valley is a paradise for naturalists and hikers, with a diverse flora and fauna and dazzling snow-capped mountains surrounding it. On this 4-day hike (within the 10-day route), you can witness its splendor for yourself.
Day 1: Arrival in Delhi
Arrival in Delhi, where you will be greeted and transferred to the hotel at the airport. You may want to stay at the hotel or hang out nearby and find a nice dinner for your hiking trip based on your arrival time.
Day 2: Drive from Delhi to Rishikesh
It takes about six hours to reach Rishikesh in the morning. As we all know, Rishikesh is the birthplace of yoga on the banks of the Ganges. On the night of , visit the Ghats on the Ganges and watch the Night of Arti, where attractions, sounds and songs take place.
Day 3: Rishikesh to Joshimath
Today you head into the mountains to Joshimath. On the way to the confluence of the Alaknanda and Bhagirathi rivers, stop at Devprayag, which together form the holy river of the Ganges. After a 7-8 hour drive, we will arrive at Joshimath in the evening.
Day 4: In the morning drive to Joshimath to Govindghat
Govindghat. From Govindghat, hike about 13 kilometers (18 miles) to Gangalia, the Flower Valley base camp. In the late afternoon we will arrive in Gangaria.
Day 5: Trekking through the Valley of Flowers Ghangaria
This morning, set out for trekking through the Valley of Flowers. This is your final destination. It is about 3 kilometers away from Gangaria. This beautiful meadow is surrounded by snow-capped Himalayas and colorful tapestries of flowers. About 300 wild flowers bloom here. After spending some time admiring the incredible beauty of this place, return to Ghangaria the way you came.
Day 6: Ghangaria Trek to Hemkund Lake
Today, we will go to Hemkund Sahib on the shores of Hemkund Lake which is a respected Sikh holy place. The blue-green lake is flanked by snow-capped peaks, 15,196 feet (4632 meters) high. The 6km walk from Hemkund lak to Hemkund Sahib is a steep incline along the Laxman Ganges River. After visiting Hemkund Lake, return to Gangalia in the evening.
Day 7: Govindghat Trek Ghangaria-Mana Excursion-Joshimath Drive
started to descend today and hike from Ghangaria to Govindghat. Take a short trip to the village of Mana in the Chamoli district. Mana is the last village on Mana Pass, only a few miles from the India-China border. The city is very beautiful and picturesque.
Day 8: Driving from Joshimath to Rishikesh
Joshimath’s journey back to Rishikesh now takes a long time (approximately 6-7 hours). Admire the picturesque beauty of the mountains. After arriving in Rishikesh city, maybe take a good look at some of the sights that you missed on your first visit.
Day 9: Drive from Rishikesh to Delhi
After breakfast this morning, we will return to Delhi by car The journey takes about 5-6 hours. After arriving in Delhi, there may be time for one last sightseeing or shopping.