Valley of Flowers Trek  

With Badrinath and Mana Village

Dates:  8th to 14th August 2021

Region :- Uttarakhand 

Duration :- 6 Nights/ 7 Days 

Grade :- Easy 

Max Altitude :- 15,696 Ft. 

Approx Trekking Km :- 38 Kms.

Comfortable Hotel Stay on all nights (No stay in Tents)

Added Attractions : Hemkund Saheb, Badrinath Darshan and visit to Mana Village

Valley of flowers trek has gained lot of popularity in recent years. The Idea of watching a valley flooded with flowers of all variety and colours can be tempting for any nature lover. The local folklore also complements the aura of this valley. They go to the extent that at time the scent of flowers can be so strong that people visitors fall unconscious. We haven’t experienced anything like this but it definitely has some truth in it. It was declared a national park in 1982 and it’s also a UNESCO world heritage site.

Mana is a last Indian village from the border of India and Tibet/China in the Himalayas. It is located in the district of Chamoli. Mana village holds a huge religious significance for the Hindus, as the place is related to the time of Mahabharata. It is believed that the Pandavas (the five mythological characters from the epic Mahabharata) passed through Mana Village when they made their final journey to heaven. The place also has a stone bridge near the Saraswati River, called the ‘Bheema Pul’, which is believed to be created by Bheema, one of the five Pandava brothers.

Tour Price Rs 17,500/- per head

Include –

  • Accommodation in multiple sharing in Hotels during the trek on Day 01 till Day 06 (6 Nights)

  • All Veg Meals (from lunch Day 01 to lunch Day 07)

  • Qualified & Experienced Guide

  • Camping Equipments as required

  • Cooking staff

  • Porters / Ponies for common equipment , sleeping bags, tents etc

  • Valley of Flowers Entrée fee

  • Required Permits

ITINERARY

Day 0 - Arrival at Haridwar

Day 1 – Haridwar – Joshimath / Pipalkoti (Drive 275km/10hr)

Uphill Drive, Joshimath, Devaprayag
Around 6am, assemble at Haridwar Railway Station. Begin a long distance, uphill drive from Haridwar to Govindghat. Along the way, pass Devaprayag to witness the holy confluence of Bhagirathi and Alaknanda Rivers to form the River Ganges. Arrive at Joshimath, a midpoint for other religious pilgrimage locations. Overnight stay at Joshimath/Pipalkot

 

Day 2 – Joshimath/Pipalkoti to Ghangariya via Govindghat (Drive 20 km + Trek 14km / 4hrs)
Today begins Valley Of Flowers Trekking in Uttaranchal with a short 14km gradual ascent trek from Govindghat to Ghangaria. Arrive at Ghangaria. Hotel check-in or camp out. Explore the surrounding. Have dinner and call-it-a-day.

 

Day 3 – Trek from Ghangaria to Valley Of Flowers and back

(Trek 5km, one-way/ 5hrs)
This day marks the very reason for your entire high altitude Valley Of Flowers trek. Start your day with a wholesome breakfast. Scale a height of 3,858m to arrive at the Valley Of Flowers. 

Admire one of nature’s finest creations as you are left speechless witnessing an array of thousands of flowers in full bloom. The myriad palette with a multitude of colour shades rests against the watchful eyes of the mighty Himalayas. The wild flora creates a rich eco-system for many species of birds, butterflies, and insects too. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel/ camp.

Day 4 – Trek from Ghangaria to Hemkund Sahib (4,329m)

(Trek 6km one-way/ 6hrs)
Hemkund-Sahib-uttarakhand-hill-station

Today after breakfast, you’ll follow a steep trail to Hemkund Sahib to visit the religious site where Guru Gobind Singh is said to have meditated in a previous life. Surrounded by seven snow-capped mountains this place is no doubt soothing and calming. Spend time here. And after lunch, start a late afternoon trek back to Ghangaria. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel/ camp.

Day 5 – Trek from Ghangaria to Govindghat and drive to Badrinath
After breakfast, take the same trek route from Ghangaria to Govindghat. From Govindghat, drive to Badrinath. You can take Badrinath darshan in the evening. Overnight stay at Badrinath.

Day 6 – Badrinath to Rudraprayag/Srinagar.  Drive 156 kms.

Early morning we leave for Mana Village, the last Indian village on the Tibet border. We visit Ganesh Gumpha, Vyas Gumpa and if time permits, Bheem Pul. Drive to and overnight stay at Rudraprayag/Srinagar

Day 7 – Rudraprayag/Srinagar to Haridwar Drive 165 kms.

Drop at Haridwar

Exclude –

  • Mineral water

  • Accomodation other than that mentioned in Includes. However arrangemets can be made on request for the team members

  • Any kind of personal expenses

  • Cost of emergency evacuation or Drop out from the Trek

  • Any thing which is not mention above

  • Personal Porters if requird

  • Service Tax / GST @5%

 

Note –

Above costing according to the group size of 10 (Ten) participants

Terms & Conditions

  • The trek fee includes all costs of the trek from lunch Day 01 to lunch Day 07

  • Drop out during trek: If for any reason a participant has to drop out from the trek on any day then we will  make arrangements for his/her return to the nearest road head which is chargeable… A staff will accompany the participant to the nearest road head.

Fitness: A high altitude trek in the Himalayas requires considerable fitness.

Non-liability: We are not responsible for any loss/damage of your gears/equipment or other belongings on the trek.

Payment:  50 % payment  of the trek fee has to be paid to book your seat on the trek. The balance has to be paid at least 15 days before commencement of the trek

Documents required:

2 photocopy of photo id proof (Voter Icard, Passport, Adhaar card) .Carry the original ID while coming for the trek

CANCELLATION POLICY :

Cancellation before  60 days to the start of the trek  – 75% refund

Cancellation between 30 days – 10days to the start of the trek ––50% refund.

Cancellation between 15 days to the start of the trek – no refund

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