The beautiful scenic beauty of the Valley of Flowers will pull you towards its mystic kingdom as you visit the bewitching sight of the Valley of Flowers. The rarest and exotic species of flora and fauna can be seen at the Valley of Flowers not only is it land for trekkers or hikers but also a land full of folktales surrounded by mythical beasts and fairies. The Valley of Flowers has been praised by many poets and scholars that can be retrieved from their poetic and scholarly works. Photographers love to flock to the Valley of Flowers after all it is a world of immense wonders. Trekkers of all kinds trek to the Valley of Flowers for being a moderate to easiest zone for trekking into the insightful glory of the greenery that trails up and down the mountain pathways. The Valley of Flowers has been labelled as the lively National Park (Nandadevi Biosphere) by UNESCO and this makes the Valley of Flowers flourish in the count of visitors.
Though it might be an alluring place to be, there are many things you must consider before you set out on your journey to the Valley of Flowers.
Itinerary of the Valley of Flowers:-
The seven days trek at the Valley of Flowers is going to be an adventurous one the below mentioned are the places you will be visiting on your journey:
Day 1- You will be beginning your journey from Delhi and will be reaching Dehradun.
Day 2- Then from there you will be walking towards Joshimath; the gateway to the Himalayan mountains and stay at Govindghat.
Day 3- From Govindghat you will begin your journey towards Ghangaria.
Day 4- On this day you will be moving from Ghangaria to the Valley of Flowers then back to the Ghangaria base camp.
Day 5- You will be trekking from Ghangaria to Hemkund Sahib where you can offer your homage at the famous Gurudwara that will fill your inner self with utmost purity and bliss then you will get back at Ghangaria base camp.
Day 6- You will be trekking away from Ghangaria to Govindghat which is where you will be ending your touring at.
Day 7- You can visit the holy shrine of Lord Badrinath at Badrinath Dham and then visit Mana, Vasudhara Falls and again back to Govindghat finally.