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Valley of Flowers National Park

246443, India
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Valley of flowers national park is situated near Badrinath in Chamoli District of Garhwal Region in the state of Uttarakhand in India. Discovered by Frank S Smythe in the year 1931 is a UNESCO world heritage site under Nature category. Nature lovers, botanist, photograghers, mountaineers all come to valley of flowers from across the globe.
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Reviewed 5 days ago

ITINERARY Day 1: Overnight train to haridwar from new delhi. Day 2: Govt bus to rishikesh (Rs.30/pp). Stay in a hotel near rishikesh bus stand. Day 3: Take 5am uttrakhand roadways ordinary bus to badrinath (Rs480/pp; very comfortable compared to other buses) from rishikesh and...More

4  Thank HOMPRS
Reviewed 1 week ago

This trek is moderate to difficult one and one way is 4kms. This takes us to the valley and then the valley stretched for another 8kms. The pathway is very steep and the stones are slippery and loose at many places. We went there without...More

1  Thank Dr Dhanya
Reviewed 1 week ago

I am thankful to Anamika Chauhan who has been born and brought up in valley of flowers itself and is the sole guide who is aware of every nook and corner of the valley of flowers , she is the only guide in whole ghangaria...More

6  Thank 398rahull
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It was my second trip to the valley.. The last time I was there was in 2011 and believe me it was even better then.. The cloud burst in 2013 has altered a couple of routes at the worst places.. Nevertheless the valley has been...More

1  Thank GuptaAbhinav
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I had a very bad experience of travelling to Valley of Flowers through a travel agent called "Awara Feet". Will never go through a travel agent again. However, what happened to me should not happen to others. So I will write a long review with...More

10  Thank niharika b
Reviewed 19 June 2017

I had visited the place during July 2013. I went with a trekking group from Bangalore. It was my first ever trekking trip. We arrived at Govind Ghat from Rishikiesh, and from there walked till Gangharia. Stayed at Gangharia for that night and went next...More

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valleyofflowersn2017, Owner at Valley of Flowers National Park, responded to this reviewResponded 21 June 2017

Thanks for visiting Vallley of Flowers National Park.. Team Valley Of Flowers Comity

Reviewed 16 June 2017

This place must be visited by each person just to take a glimpse at least. Mesmerizing atmosphere, adorable flowers, holy sunrise, and sweet chirping of birds, have made this place an ideal one to be heaven on the earth.

3  Thank Chirag N
valleyofflowersn2017, Owner at Valley of Flowers National Park, responded to this reviewResponded 21 June 2017

Thanks for visiting Valley of flowers you must visit kunthkhal to hanumanchatti trek too.... TEAM VOF

Reviewed 28 April 2017

As there natural beauty, we have much more fun and enjoy there with camping and Trekking. There are approx 500 plus flowers individually every flowers explore the beauty for Traveler.

1  Thank Raunak C
Devkant S, Owner at Valley of Flowers National Park, responded to this reviewResponded 6 May 2017

Thanks for taking out time and writing review sir, But we are sorry to say that the second picture does not belong to this place.

Reviewed 12 April 2017

The valley of flowers is one of the most beautiful and picturesque places that you can ever visit. A place that you look at seems as if it has been created by the own hands of god, taking into account each minute things into consideration....More

6  Thank rahul s
Devkant S, Owner at Valley of Flowers National Park, responded to this reviewResponded 8 May 2017

Dear Rahul, Thanks for taking out time and writing the review of this wonderful place. We look forward to see you again with more friends and family. Please visit again. Hope your tips will be helpful to future visitors.

Reviewed 22 March 2017

We went to valley of flowers in Aug 2016 with a group of 10 people. The place is majestic and very beautiful. Since you are going very close to nature, you need lot of preparation and planning. It is a place you will love if...More

Thank Devshree M
Devkant S, Owner at Valley of Flowers National Park, responded to this reviewResponded 15 April 2017

Thanks Devshree ji, for the review, hope this will benefit upcoming travelers to the valley of flowers. Please do come again to this true wonder of nature.

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Response from 398rahull | Reviewed this property |
I did my trek with red tape company's boots which had costed me approximately for Rs.1200 after 60% sale offer. If you have higher spending power you can go for woodland or quenchua trekking shoes also.Although not an... More
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Response from 398rahull | Reviewed this property |
It will not be possible for you to reach joshimath the same day seeing the current weather and road conditions . I had stayed at rudraprayag during my journey to ghangaria where haridwar was the origin destination as I... More