Ticket to Valley of Flowers…


After having enticed enough of you readers by talking of Valley of Flowers, I’m finally doing a good deed…..(  for you and me! :mrgreen:  )
Most of you guys already know that my wife co-ordinates trips (a venture to help me be the ever loving stay-at-home husband)
This time, their trip in August is to none other than Valley of Flowers!!
Any of you guys who are interested in details of the trip and for making the bookings can get in touch with me! You go bask in the glory of Valley of Flowers and I will go and dream on about chilling at home!!
Of course, this will mean more free time and more comments and dancing on your blogs! 😛



Valley of Flowers

It was in 1931 that Frank Smythe and Holdsworth stumbled on the valley while returning from their successful Kamet expedition. There were “at once transported from a region of solemn austerity to a fairyland of dainty flowers, most of them dwarf, but brilliant in colour”. Bustling with beautiful, lively and vibrant colours, this park spread over an area of 87.5 sq. kms. has the largest collection of wild flower species.

As though created by nature itself, the beauty of the park is enhanced by the Pushpawati River flowing in the vicinity overlooked by towering Rataban peak in the background. More than 300 species of wild flowers bloom and swing with life during the monsoons. Also inhabiting the place is the amazing variety of Himalayan butterflies. Hidden from the probing eyes of civilization, this valley had been known to the inhabitants as the Bhyundar Valley, the playground of fairies and nymphs. Legends also associate this valley with the area from where Hanumanji of Ramayana collected “Sanjeevani” herbs to revive Lakshmana, the younger brother of Rama. The valley can be visited only during the day, and overnight stay is prohibited. DSC_9741

When? – August 2009 (8 days-1 batches)
1. 15/08/09 Fri to 22/08/09 Sun
How Much?
  • Rs. 11000/- on four sharing
  • Rs. 13000- on three sharing
  • Rs. 14000/- on twin sharing

Haridwar to Haridwar basis.

Accomodation in decent hotel/Resort.

Things to carry: Cotton Shirts, Pants, Full & Half Sleeve Sweater, Rain Coat, Umbrella, Cotton Socks, Wind cheater, Sneakers, Hand towel, Camera with extra rolls/batteries, Sun screen lotion, toilet kit, Torch with extra cells, Personal medication, Boroline/Chap stick, Water bottle (with strap), Slippers, Anti mosquito repellent, Some Chocolates, dry fruits.

Registration: Please fill up the registration form along with advance of Rs.5000/-. Balance amount has to be paid at least 15 days before the departure. Registration is done on first come first served basis.


  • A minimum Rs.2500/-.
  • Between 30 & 15 days Rs.5000/-.
  • Between 14 & 08 days Rs.8000/-.
  • Last 7 days No refund
    No show no refund. Please bring original receipt for claiming the refund.Four sharing means: four persons will share a room. There will be one double bed for three persons and one extra mattress on floor (gadla).

    Three sharing means: three persons will share a room. There will be one double bed for two persons and one extra mattress on floor (gadla).  


118 thoughts on “Ticket to Valley of Flowers…

  1. Indyeah says:

    I am tempted more than ever 😀
    Just the name makes me want to go there 🙂

    *sigh* but job 😦

    I am promising my own self though that I will be going sometime for sure 😀
    thanks for the details Dhiren 🙂

  2. craftyshines says:

    me will go there hitchu! some day…me will!!! most definitely will!!!!

    *crafty hurling unmentionable words at being stuck in city*

    isn’t august when the flowers come in full bloom there? i wanna try paragliding!!! tho am terrified of heights, and may develop cold feet when i actually land there…but right now, sitting on a two feet tall chair…i wanna paraglide for sure!!!! 😀

    all those flowers n butterflies n scenery. sigh
    *some more colourful langusge follows*

    i wish to get there some day hitchu! hopefully then hetal will be in full swing in this business!!!! n u will be the stay-at-home hubby! *touchwood*

    but u gotta come take this trip when i enrol for it okies??????

  3. monikamanchanda says:

    awww i want to so go there… i have been there once looooooooong back but N hasnt gone there

    is somebody who is willing to take care of ojas while we go and enjoy 😉 cause my maid has already told me that she is going to put leave in that time

    and u know 15th aug is my bday so it would just be ideal… let me really see if i can do something

  4. Rakesh says:

    Wow, just imagine how crazy it would be? All of us bloggers get together at the Valley of Flowers in August!!! The flowers would die hearing our chatter 😀

  5. vimmuuu says:

    No wife…yeyyyyy, huh???? That means more throwing up also for you !!!!

    Valley of whaaat??? I hate flowers. and I wouldnt dare go there unless Iam punished by Indian law 😀

    But thanks for the information, I could use this post after Im married to get rid of my wife ! 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀

  6. Mystery says:

    Some day i ll go thr for sure dhiren..
    i came here and saw there were so many comments and wondered how i could come so late.. then i realized, i wasnt late but it was u ppl who were all online and chammenting(chat+commenting) couldnt come with a better word 😦

    wife on a trip = more posts from you??
    If yes then 🙂

  7. Smitha says:

    Hitchy, I don’t know how I missed this post! It sounds so idyllic and wonderful! I wish I could just take off on a holiday 😦

    But I promise – when we get back to India for good – we are definitely going on this hoilday!

  8. Pal says:

    Wow, that’s nice. Does your wife have an official website of her own, for these travel packages? I can advertise it for her in London 🙂

  9. Solilo says:

    What was the post about? 😐

    😀 😀 Promotion…promotion. This is how you keep your wife happy after writing those posts on her family members, you wicked Hitchy.

  10. Solilo says:

    What was the post about? 😐

    😀 😀 Promotion…promotion. This is how you keep your wife happy after writing those posts on her family members, you wicked Hitchy.

  11. Eric Richardville says:

    It sounds absolutely amazing. One day, hopefully, I will be able to see it. Until then I will have to live vicariously through pictures. I have never heard of this place before but you make it seem as though it is from another world.

  12. mridu says:

    Hey, even m planing to go to the valley of flowers this time in August(08/08/09 to 14/08/09).This is my first trip there and m very excited about it. Read the charges above; however they seem to be quite expensive for me….can anyone suggest me about budget trekin….:)

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