Summer is one of the 6 seasons of India.
- Vasant Ritu: Spring
- Grishma Ritu: Summer
- Varsha Ritu: Monsoon
- Sharad Ritu: Autumn
- Hemant Ritu: Prewinter
- Shishir or Shita Ritu: Winter
For everyone summer means a time period which is full of fun, relaxation and adventure. Especially for kids summer is the most awaited season as they get their holidays in the month of June.
This year for summer vacations, have you planned a destination already or still looking for a good option? Here I can suggest you a place which you would definitely love to visit and explore, and of course your kids too. Even this destination is an ideal location not only for families but also for the officemates, school friends, cousins, everyone can visit here. I am talking about the one and only, most beautiful and adventurous location in Uttarakhand, The Valley of Flowers.
Valley of flowers is located into the lap of West Himalayas, in the state of Uttarakhand, India. This place is full of magical beauty of nature, whether it’s about 100 types’ flowers or rare species. Trust me, it really doesn’t matter where you belong to, when it’s about visiting Valley of Flowers, because this journey will leave you speechless and give you unforgettable moments which you cannot get from anywhere.
Officially the journey of Valley of flowers starts from the month of June itself. June is said to be an ideal time for a trip to Valley of flowers. You will be able to find the real beauty of Valley of Flowers in summer only. But in case if you are adventure lover and want trek then winters could be a great option for you. In winters the hills and the valley if covered with snow and during this season you will not find the flowers here due to freezing cold.
The variety of flowers you will find here are such as Androsaces, Saxifrages, Sedums, Asters, Potentillas, Geraniums, Gentians, Geums, and many more.
The Location of The Valley of Flowers on Google Map
So pack your bags and get you camera ready to capture the most beautiful moment which you are going to witness with your own eyes. And don’t forget to share your experience with us.