Blessed with nature’s bounty, the Valley of Flowers National Park is situated at Uttarakhand, India. Surrounded with the mystic beauty of flora and fauna, this nature lover’s paradise is now counted amongst one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites too. Situated at an altitude of approximately 2046mts above sea level, this majestic valley is about 13kms from Govindghat in the Chamoli District of Uttarakhand, India.
Best-known for trekking and mesmerizing views of rich flora, and fauna, the Valley of Flowers won’t fail to enchant you during a tour. Considered as an all-time favourite tourist destination, the Valley of Flowers is a must to visit for botanists, photographers, trekkers, and bird watchers.
- More than 500 Flower and Plant Species: What makes this place one of its kind is the fact that it changes its colors from May to October because millions of flowers blossom here in different colors. The rarest of the rare flowers can be easily spotted here at this enchanting valley; be it the Blue Poppy, Brahmakamal or the Cobra Lily, you will get a chance to see them all at the Valley of Flowers in Uttarakhand.
- Mesmerizing Views of Glaciers and Snow-covered Mountains: The experience of visiting this national park will definitely be one of its kind. Rest assured, you will never be able to forget the mesmerizing views of the snow covered mountains and glaciers offered from this valley. Perhaps this is the reason, that it is counted in the list of the most beautiful valleys in the world.
- Easy Trek especially for Beginners: No matter whether you are an expert or a beginner trying your hand at trekking, the Valley of Flowers National Park will offer you one of the easiest treks to explore. Every year thousands of domestic and international tourists visit this place to enjoy trekking and watching a bundle of cool waterfalls, stream, magnificent flowers, and wide green meadows.
- New Motorable Bridge Now Open: Adding another feather in its cap, this valley now has a new motorable bridge that starts right from Govindghat and goes for a stretch of 4km connecting the valley to Pulna Village. Opening of this new bridge has reduced the total trekking distance from the base camp till Ghangaria to only 10km now much to the delight of the tourists.
Best Time to Visit: The Valley of Flowers National Park is a pleasure to visit starting from June till October to witness the nature’s bounty in its true shades.
Entry Fee: Indian visitors are charged a nominal entry fee of just INR 150 ($2.5), while the foreigners need to shed away a little bit more to buy the INR 450 ($7.5) entry tickets for this park that is valid for good 3 days from the date of purchase.
Note: Send flowers from India to Dubai using this shop located in U.A.E, with Indian staff supporting to deliver fresh flowers to any address.