Uttarakhand Flowers Valley opened for tourists amid restrictions

Uttarakhand Flowers Valley opened for tourists

Gopeshwar: On the instructions of the government, the Forest Department of Uttarakhand has opened the Valley of Flowers from today.

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Tourists coming to the valley will have to show the corona negative report 72 hours in advance along with following the corona rules.

However, the High Court has banned the Chardham Yatra. In such a situation, the Valley of Flowers has been opened to the tourists.

In the past, the Valley of Flowers was opened to tourists every year on June 1. Last year, the Valley of Flowers was opened after two months from the scheduled time.

This year also it has been decided to open the valley for tourists after a month.

Let us inform that before opening the valley, Amit Kanwar, Forest Conservator of Nanda Devi Biosphere and Nanda Ballabh Sharma, Deputy Conservator of Forests of Nanda Devi National Park inspected.

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