Valley of Flowers – Heaven in Uttarakhand: Located in Chamoli district, The valley of flowers is a very popular and mesmerizing site where a lot of enthusiasts like adventurers and nature lover’s visit and leave with the memories of that serene and beautiful place. Valley of flowers has been named a UNSECO world heritage site and consists of a lot of other flower species such as Brahma kamal the state flower of Uttarakhand and many others. It is located at the height of 3,658 meters at Bhyundar valley and the fragrance of the flowers is so potent that it is not allowed to visit some places where the fragrance content is too much, so much that it can make a grown man feel nauseous and unconscious.
Valley of Flowers – Heaven in Uttarakhand
The best time to visit this awesome place is somewhere between July to October after the monsoon, but make sure to check the conditions of the route before visiting this awesome place. As during the monsoon, the roads connecting the place could be difficult to reach due to landslides and other disasters. After the visiting months, the place gets fully covered in snow and it becomes difficult to visit.
the nearby places such as Hemkund Sahib, a Sikh pilgrimage is a beautiful shrine with a lake. Another nearby place is the Ghangariya village, which is the last village that one will see while trekking in the route to the valley.
How to Reach Valley Of Flowers
You can reach Joshimath city by any form of transportation from Rishikesh or Dehradun, after having an overnight stay at Joshimath and can start the trek for the valley from this point and make sure to leave early to enjoy the best experience.
The entry fees for Indian residents is 150 INR and for Foreigners, it is 600 INR, it is also important to know that all the plastic items will be collected before you start the journey so avoid carrying any plastic material such as bottles or eatable wrappers.
If you plan on visiting the place sometime soon, here is a word of advice from the Gazabnews team. Please maintain cleanliness everywhere you visit, if you want the beauty of the place to remain intact and when you visit there again then please make sure you only leave your footprints there and nothing else.