A trek to Paradise: VALLEY OF FLOWERS

Have you heard about the "playground of fairies"?? Where you can see the flowers dancing, streams singing and clouds applauding. Yes, it's not a fairy tale this heavenly place does exist, it is known as "VALLEY OF FLOWERS".

Valley of flowers the name itself exudes a sense of epic like a land of deities,immortals and the undeads. It is a virtual paradise on earth set in the backdrop of the majestic Zanskar region.

This fairyland is surrounded by majestic Himalaya, the eye catching glittery glaciers makes it more alluring. This picturesque place gives you the poster effect to your picture and a treat to your eyes.

A scenic place created by god carefully with the finishing touch of the cascading waterfalls, gurgling streams and the flowery meadows as cherry on top.

Pictures source: google

To reach this heavenly place you have to take a 13 km trek from Govindghat to Ghangaria which gives you a friendly trip to nature. And if you are an animal lover too, Valley of Flowers is your dream destination. With the varieties of species in Valley of Flowers national park, it has been declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Some people call this place “high altitude Garden of Eden”, some people believes “Hanuman had collected the Sanjeevani buti for curing Lakshmana”. You decide for yourself what you want to name this utopia once you visit it.

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