You Must Have Come Across the Diligent Fauna of The Mountains. But Do You Know Mountains Can Also Be Covered with A Sheet of Colourful Flowers? If You Don’t, Now You Do!
Ravelling our inner self and experiencing what we have just dreamt of is today’s meaning of travel. While humans have been known for their zeal to travel – the meaning of this word has evolved. You may blame digitalisation or the technological revolution for this alteration. The modes and materials of travelling may have been changed but the purpose to travel remains the same – relaxation. A break from your regular life and explore the depths that mother nature has encapsulated within her. Just like this, we have got a place that you might just need right now – a place full of mountains and flowers. Can you guess it already?
The Most Colourful Valley in India
From afar or from right beneath your sight, flowers seem as beautiful as they are from anywhere.
When we talk about nature’s different shades, what is the first thing that pops into your head? While you keep your mind on it, we will tell you what they are – Flowers. Flowers represent how beautiful nature can be. From afar or from right beneath your sight, flowers seem as beautiful as they are from anywhere.
Well, the place that we have chosen today is made up of flowers – The Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand. Nestled in the western region of the Himalayan Range in Uttarakhand, the Valley of Flowers is the most picturesque destination that you must have come across.
Heavenly Bliss for Trekkers
Seated on the western Himalayan belt, this region enjoys high-peaked mountains alongside its floral beauty.
Unlike everyone, some people’s definition of getting off-track starts from being on track for an adventure. These people choose the thrill and excitement of physical endurance over everything. If you are one of those – this was the place you were meant to be at all these years.
Seated on the western Himalayan belt, this region enjoys high-peaked mountains alongside its floral beauty. For getting your adventurous flora views, you have to get to Govindghat first as that is from where the trek begins.
From Govindghat you have to trek to Ghangaria and the total distance between these places is somewhat around 12-13 Kms. After reaching Ghangaria, you can relax and enjoy a little. Then you have to trek 4kms more to finally reach the Valley of Flowers. The trek can also be covered by a mule or a porter. But we recommend you to trek on your own, because it is a one-of-a-kind experience.
The Valley is spread across 3kms of the area and open to tourists, the rest is considered not so safe – hence, it is closed. Lakshman Ganga will also flow beside you for half of the trek while you explore this UNESCO heritage site.