Valley of Flowers Uttarakhand Package

Valley Of Flowers Trek Packages

About Valley of Flower

If you are looking for an adventure of a lifetime, then trekking to the Valley of Flowers is a must-do. The valley is home to a vast array of exotic flora and fauna, and the trek is a perfect blend of scenic beauty and challenging terrain. To make the trekking experience hassle-free, we offer various Valley of Flowers trek packages that cater to all your needs. From budget-friendly packages to luxurious ones, we have it all. Our packages include everything from accommodation to food, transportation, and a guide who will take you through the valley and explain the different species of flowers and animals.

The Valley of Flowers trek cost depends on the package you choose and the duration of your trek. However, our packages are designed to be affordable and provide the best value for money. The trek to the Valley of Flowers starts from Govindghat, which is easily accessible from Dehradun. We also offer Valley of Flowers trekking packages from Dehradun that include transportation to and from the starting point.

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Valley of Flowers Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1: What is the entry fee for Valley of Flowers?

The entry fee for Valley of Flowers is INR 150 per person for Indian nationals and INR 600 per person for foreign nationals. 

2: Do I need a permit to visit the Valley of Flowers?

Yes, you need a permit to visit the Valley of Flowers. You can obtain the permit from the Forest Department in Ghangaria or from the check post at the entrance of the Valley of Flowers.

3. How long is the trek to the Valley of Flowers?

• The trek to Valley of Flowers in Uttarakhand, India is approximately 10 kms (one way) long from the base camp in Govindghat. The trek can be completed in 2-3 days, depending on the fitness level of the trekker and the pace at which they choose to trek.

• The first day of the trek involves a 10 kms hike from Govindghat to Ghangaria, which is the base camp for both Valley of Flowers and Hemkund Sahib. The second day of the trek is a 6-kilometre hike to Valley of Flowers, where one can spend a few hours exploring the valley. The third day is typically reserved for the return trek from Ghangaria to Govindghat.

4. Is it safe to visit the Valley of Flowers?

Yes, it is safe to visit the Valley of Flowers, but you should be cautious while trekking as the terrain can be challenging.

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