In 1982, the smallest national park in the Himalayas was created to protect the catchment area of the Pushpavati River. This stream emerges from a glacier then tumbles downward to meet the Ganges. It follows the contours of the steep valley that leads to Hemkunt Sahib, and is the constant companion of the pilgrims who trudge upward on the footpath. The stream’s source is in a valley which British mountaineer Frank S. Smythe passed through in 1931 after a successful climbing expedition. He was awed by the variety of wildflowers growing there, and returned in 1937 to collect more than two hundred botanical species. His 1938 book entitled The Valley of Flowers brought this remote Himalayan meadow to the attention of the world.
1. Leisure day visit to Haridwar and Rishikesh.
2. Visit Joshimath.
3. Visit GovindGhat.
4. Trek of 12kms at The Valley of Flowers.
5. Trek to “Hemkund Sahib”- 15,500ftht.
Note: The last year trip was cancelled due to heavy landslides; hence our program also can be cancelled due to the heavy landslides and any environmental problems. The cost of the camp requires minimum 9pax to breakeven.
Nature Admire has been organizing adventure camps since a decade, we have accolade of organizing more than 900 camps to date with 100% safety records. We are recognized by IMF, LNT Inc-USA, USARA. It is managed by alumnus of NOLS, USA.
Tariff: Rs 8499/- per head (min 9pax and max 18pax)
1. Return train fare from Delhi to Haridwar. 2. Return local transportation from Haridwar to Govindghat . 3. Simple hygienic veg meals during the program as per mentioned in the itinerary. 4. Forest entry fees. 5. Instructor charges. 6. General porter charges, 7.Admin charges.
Last date to register for the camp is 21 June 2008 with 50% non-refundable trip tariff; if program is cancelled by us the entire amount is refunded.
Contact us: T: 9845079414.