Valley of flowers: Best monsoon trek to India



Valley Of Flowers is an Indian National Park that can be found in Chamoli, Uttarakhand.  Is a World Heritage Site, and botanists as well as Mountaineers have recognized its diverse flora.  Known for its unique alpine flowers, as well as a variety of floras and meadows.  Rich in biodiversity and home to many endangered species of birds and animals.

It is known for being one of the most popular monsoon treks in India. It is a beautiful transition between the Zanskar ranges and the Great Himalayas, thanks to the stunning landscape of Nanda Devi Park to the east.

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Flora, wildlife and birds


The valley of flowers is well-known for its flora. The valley is home to 498 species of flowering plants. Blue Himalayan poppy and Himalayan maple are the most commonly found here. The beauty and fragrance of these flowers fill the landscape with wonder and amazement, and leave visitors feeling awestruck. Valley of Flowers’ wildlife includes the Himalayan black bear and Himalayan musk, Himalayan Mondal, brown beer, Himalayan Mondal, yellow nape woodpecker, and Himalayan musk.


Here are some fun facts about the Valley of Flowers


  1. This is one of the most beautiful monsoon treks in India. It is possible to see the full bloom of the flora. It is safe during monsoons and doesn’t get blocked, unlike other treks.
  2. It is paradise for passionate photographers. It is the ideal place for nature photography.
  3. Trekkers love this amazing destination for trekking.
  4. It is home to untouched biodiversity
  5. From the Valley of Flowers, you can see the Nanda Devi Peak (India’s second highest peak),
  6. The beautiful Himalayan peaks and Himalayas of Saptarishi peaks will be visible as you travel along the scenic Hemkund Sahib, Hathi parvat, and Saptarishi peaks.




Chamoli, Uttrakhand is home to the Valley of Flowers. It is located close to snow-clad peaks such as the Hindy deity Parvat and Kunt Khal, saptashrungi, and Nilgiri Parvat.

How do you reach the valley of flowers?

You can reach the valley by following a winding path. To reach the valley, one must travel from Delhi to Haridwar or Dehradun. From Haridwar Or Dehradun, one must head to Joshimath or Dehradun and then to Govind ghat.


The best time to visit


It is easy to see why the trek’s name says it. The monsoon is when the valley of flowers blooms to its fullest. The alpine meadows are the scene of a spectacular flowering festival during the monsoon. It is also open from September to October, but it is best to avoid September as the snow melts and makes it slippery. From December through May, the valley is not accessible.




Day 1

The journey starts from Haridwar on the first day. The traveller sets off for Auli. The journey is 315km long and can be completed by car in between 10-12 hours. The journey runs alongside the river Alaknanda, and offers beautiful views of natural greenery and emerald waters. Govindghat is the end of Day 1.

Day 2

Auli to Ghangaria

Day 2 starts with a trek of 7 km towards Ghangaria village, through beautiful snow-clad mountains to the mesmerizing KagBhusandi lake.

Day 3

Ghangaria to Valley of flowers

Day 3 of trekking starts early in the morning. An energetic head start is made towards a valley full of flowers. You’ll notice the difference as soon as you reach the valley. The river is gushing with water and you can hear the birds chirping. All around you is pure beauty and bounty of nature.

Day 4

The spot is located along the Pashupati riverbed, which is quite beautiful. It is located 6 km from the valley of blooms. You can then return to the valley.

Day 5

This day, you’ll trek back to Sri Hemkund Sahib. This pious gurudwara offers a peaceful place to rest after a long journey. The lake is high up and very popular with visitors. The building’s location is at 13500 feet above the sea level.

Day 6

Today you will travel from Gamharia to the Pulna Trek, then drive to Badrinath to reach Auli in the evening.

Day 7

You’ll return to Haridwar on the final day of your trek. By the evening, you will reach your destination. Here is the end of your trip.