Valley of flowers is a place of great significance from time immemorial. Legends believe it to be the place from where Hanuman (from Ramayana Era) had collected the Sanjeevani Buti for curing Lakshmana in the Hindu Epic Ramayana. A world heritage site, the valley is situated at the convergence point of Himalayan ranges, Zanskar and Western and Eastern Himalayas. Bounded by the mountain ranges and glaciers, this place unfolds the charisma and charm of nature at its best. This bio-diversity hotspot is known for its scenic beauty comprising alpine shrubs and meadows, milky white streams, snow-clad peaks and pristine air. More than 650 species of flowers grow in the valley. This richly diverse area is home to rare and endangered animals, including the Asiatic black bear, snow leopard, brown bear and blue sheep. The valley is also home to several fauna like Himalayan musk deer, yellow-throated marten, snow leopard, blue sheep, black and brown bears. In the words of P G Wodehouse “flowers are happy things”. This experience is also about soaking up; all the stories, the spiritual side of India and igniting your happiness quotient at the Valley of flowers.

$ 1,100

(Per person for a group of 4 people on a twin sharing basis)

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Day 1:

Get transferred to the hotel and explore the towns and its temples at leisure. As the dusk descends, participate in the Ganga Aarti on the banks of the Ganges, a ritual which is both picturesque and spiritually uplifting. Overnight stay at Rishikesh

Day 2:

Rudraprayag is one of the five confluences of Alaknanda River. It is said that Lord Shiva appeared here in the Rudra Avatar and blessed Narada. This place is blessed with majestic Himalayas, gushing water of the sacred rivers, and a variety of flora and fauna. Overnight stay at a hotel in Pipalkoti

Day 3:

Govindghat is the starting point of the trek and from here is a gradual ascent along a well maintained pilgrim trail to Ghangaria. Overnight stay at the camp.

Day 4:
Ghangharia-Valley of flowers

Trek up to the Valley of flowers which is an enchanting sight with almost 600 varieties of flowers and herbs. Overnight stay at camp.

Day 5:
Ghangharia–Hemkund Lake

Trek towards Hemkund Lake (4320mts). Encircled by snow clad peaks and their associated glaciers, it reflects it has a breath-taking landscape. Overnight stay in a camp

Day 6:

Trek down to Govindghat and drive to Badrinath. Visit the Mana village, the last human settlement on the Indo China border and also the Vyas caves and Bheempul. Overnight stay at a hotel in Badrinath

Day 7:

Badrinath is not only the dwelling place of the Lord Vishnu Himself, but also home to countless pilgrims, saints and sages, who meditate here in search of enlightenment. Joshimath, a religious centre, established by Adi Shankaracharya, is both a visual and spiritual treat. Overnight stay at Rudraprayag.

Day 8:

Drive to Rishikesh and take time out to visit the Ashrams. Get transferred to Haridwar railway station or Dehradun airport for you journey back home


Accommodation with all meals.
All transfers and Tour with a guide.
Portage of 01 piece of personal ruck sack (10 Kgs) on the trek.
Trekking & Camping permits & fees on the trek.
Portage of camping equipment, food, kitchen equipment on trek.
Visit to the entire place as per the itinerary.


Airfare, Visa and Travel Insurance
Expense not mentioned in the itinerary
Taxes, as applicable

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