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About Valley of Flowers National Park ?

From the manifold natural world to the rich terrains of The Himalayas, the Valley of flowers has always been a distinctive spot to explore. After its accidental discovery by three British mountaineers in 1931, the Valley of Flowers was declared a national park by the government of Uttarakhand in 1980. Finally, the unblemished beauty got its final appraisal when declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2005. Above 300 indigenous species of plants and a variety of rare and endangered animals is the centrepiece for Biologists, tourists, hikers etc. The Valley stretches to the extent of 87 km2 and is about 8 Km. long and 2 Km. Wide in Chamoli district. Height of approximate 3658 meters above sea level, the charming beauty of the Valley seems to be luring Nanda Devi National Park to the East, creating a transition zone. Diverse alpine forest with green meadows, the Valley will always leave you mesmerized with the number of milky waterfalls and silver glaciers. The last uncrowded village of Ghangaria serves as the base camp for all the travellers, which is 13 Km. from Govindghat. The park is accessible only during summer, from June to October, when the bio-diversity is at full bloom. Travel to the Valley of Flowers is a must-do ride for nature lovers, Botanists, Zoologists, the people who love trek, and wildlife photographers. Countless people globally march every year to witness this world Heritage site.

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