In the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand lies a palette of colours for you to trek and explore. With one side where tall cliffs greet the sky, the other side covered in snow clad mountains and a serene river meandering between the two, we present to you a picture-perfect trek to Valley of flowers. With approximately 80 species of flowers growing in the valley, the sight is nothing short of a treat for the eyes. While rainfall can be expected during our trip’s dates, August is still considered one of the best months to visit the valley as the monsoon is when the flowers are in full bloom. We will also take the challenging climb to Hemkund Sahib because a gorgeous alpine lake lies at a height of 14,300 ft! Cliffs merged in clouds, Pushpavati river gliding through the valley, a gurudwara situated next to a stunning high-altitude lake and a valley covered with a blanket of flowers, make this a trekkers paradise!
We are also headed to India’s last village! Yes, you read that right. The very last village of our country. How many people can say that they have explored the country that far and wide? Well, maybe after this you can! Then we will also go pay our respects at Lord Vishnu’s Badrinath – the only one of the Char Dham temples surrounded by breathtaking snow-clad peaks in a pretty little hamlet.