The famous Valley of Flowers in Uttarakhand is now open to tourists. The impressive site is a UNESCO World Heritage Site; it is usually open for tours on June 1st each year, and this year it was postponed due to the COVID19 outbreak. Uttarakhand imposed a curfew in June to contain the pandemic outbreak, thereby halting the opening of the Valley of Flowers.
Amit Kanwar, head of Flower Valley, said: “Visitors entering the valley must carry a Covid19 report that does not exceed 72 hours. It can be a negative RTPCR / TRUNET / CBNAAT / RAT Covid report. Visitors must adhere to all Covid19 guidelines established by the state government. We hope that visitors take the appropriate actions from Covid.
He also said that this time the valley has marked the beginning of the blooming season and is worth seeing. Flower Valley is a national park in the Uttarakhand Himalayas, famous for its alpine meadows and fascinating flora and fauna. Yushi. The east side is the two sides of the Nanda Devi National Park, which meet an interesting transition zone between Zanskar and the Great Himalayas. The area is also part of the Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve and is a great place to visit.