Valley of Flowers


7 Days

Maximum Altitude

14,107 feet (Approx.)





Pickup Point


The beautiful side of adventure.

The Valley of Flowers is one of the most popular treks in India. It is a breathtakingly beautiful alpine valley located in the western Himalayas in Uttarakhand. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is known for its stunning natural beauty, diverse flora and fauna, and picturesque landscapes. The valley is believed to have been discovered by a British mountaineer named Frank S. Smythe in 1931. The valley is also revered by the locals, who believe it to be the resting place of the goddess Nanda Devi.

The valley is home to more than 500 species of plants, including several rare and endangered ones such as the Himalayan blue poppy, Himalayan bellflower, Himalayan cobra lily, and Himalayan hogweed. These flowers bloom in a stunning array of colors, including blue, red, pink, and yellow, among others. Visitors to the valley can also spot several species of butterflies, birds, and other animals such as the Himalayan black bear, musk deer, and snow leopard. The trek is moderately difficult and takes visitors through dense forests, scenic meadows, and several streams.

Visitors to the Valley of Flowers also visit the nearby Hemkund Sahib Gurudwara, a Sikh shrine located at an altitude of approx. 4,329 meters above sea level. The shrine is dedicated to Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh guru, and is an important pilgrimage site for Sikhs.
The Valley of Flowers is a gorgeous place that offers visitors a glimpse into the stunning natural beauty of the Himalayas.

Good Fitness Level Required

Detailed Itinerary


Trekking In Himalayas

Trekking In Sahyadri