Valley of Flowers National Park is an Indian national stop, situated in West Himalaya, in the condition of Uttarakhand and is known for its glades of endemic elevated blooms and the assortment of greenery.
This luxuriously assorted zone is likewise home to uncommon and jeopardized creatures, including the Asiatic mountain bear, snow panther, musk deer, dark colored bear, red fox, and blue sheep. Fowls found in the recreation center incorporate Himalayan monal fowl and other high height flying creatures. At 3352 to 3658 meters above ocean level, the tender scene of the Valley of Flowers National Park supplements the tough mountain wild of Nanda Devi National Park toward the east.
Together, they envelop a one of a kind move zone between the mountain scopes of the Zanskar and Great Himalaya. The recreation center extends over a region of 87.50 km2 and it is around 8 km long and 2 km wide. Both parks are included in the Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve (223,674 ha) which is additionally encompassed by a cradle zone (5,148.57 km2).This Reserve is in the UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves since 2004.