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Discovered by a British traveller named Frank Smith in the year 1931, the Valley Of Flowers is a heaven on earth. He then wrote a book on the Valley of Flowers that popularised this place among the admirers of Mother Nature. All the adventurers and explorers trek through this fascinating valley that showcases a variety of flowers like saxifraga, sediams, lilies, poppy, calendula, daisies, geranium, zinnia and petunia. One can also spot a number of butterflies and other insects. Located amidst the Himalayas at an elevation of 3,858m, this place makes a perfect getaway for you and your best friend.
The beauty of the park just cannot make your eyes blink for a moment. The rampant plants pour life in the valley that enthralls the heart of viewers. It truly makes you feel like a paradise. The park is originally situated at Western Himalaya range. It is located 20 km northwest of the Nanda Devi National Park. Many threatening animals are found in this national park.
The list of scarce animals includes black deer, musk deer, fox, brown bear and a blue sheep. The national park occupies the area of 87.50 square kilometers. Moreover, this place is filled with splendid meadows and numerous water tributaries.
The land of the valley is not only renowned for its alluring natural beauty including flora, landscapes, and mountains. It has its significance regarding biotic life. About 300 types of wild flowers blossom in the valley. It is the home of most beautiful flowers called ‘Primula’. Moreover, there are varieties of lavender and rose, Bhram Kamal, Blue Poppy and cobra lily found in the valley.
The valley changes shades of colors according to the blooming of flowers within three months say July, August and September. In all it is the best time to explore the most beautiful and benevolent present from the almighty.