Valley Of flowers Trek

Ajeet Kashyap

New Member
hello everyone,
I am planning to do this trek in mid of August 2020.
May I know the current situation of valley of Flowers & what should I expect for the mid of August 2020 ?
 

adsatinder

explorer
Nothing is certain this year.
Better postpone now.
15 July -15 August is best time to see Valley of Flowers.

Uttarakhand is not ready to open Char Dham Yatra till 30 June 2020.


What happens in July 2020 is still under question as Pujaris of Char Dham are not yet ready to open doors for outsiders.

UK Govt is interested to open Char Dham Yatra with precautions to earn revenue at any cost.

If Char Dham opens, only after this Hemkunt Sahib will be open.
Then only GMVN can operate easily for traveler's stay of Valley of Flowers at Ghangharia.
Hotels are not allowed to let stay any outsiders since March 2020.
During Lockdown, Hotels were shut completely.

Public Transport is still not allowed for interstate movement.
You may have to apply for epass to visit certain states as situation is going bad.
Quarantine Rule of 14 days at UK is still there.

For
 
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adsatinder

explorer
UK Govt opened Corbett Park with some Terms & Conditions which are difficult to complete due to compulsory Quarantine at UK Hotel.


Good news for wildlife explorers! Corbett National Park to open from Sunday; Check guidelines

By: Anish Mondal|
Published: June 13, 2020 2:21 PM

The park was closed for three months following the nationwide lockdown amid the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus outbreak.


However, the night stay at the park will remain prohibited till November 15, 2020.


However, the night stay at the park will remain prohibited till November 15, 2020. (Reuters file image)
There’s good news for wildlife explorers and visitors as Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand is set to reopen for the public from Sunday onwards. The tiger reserve will be opened keeping all the necessary precautions and government guidelines in mind. The move comes following the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) order to open all tiger reserves across the country.
The park was closed for three months following the nationwide lockdown amid the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus outbreak. According to the latest order issued by Jai Raj, Principal Chief Conservator of Forests, Uttarakhand, the public have been allowed to visit four zones of the national park- Bijrani, Pakhro, Dhela, and Jhirna zones. Raj further added that only Dhikala zone will remain shut. However, the night stay at the park will remain prohibited till November 15, 2020.

There will be thermal scanning of the visitors, guides, drivers, etc. If any visitors or guides or anyone found to have temperature higher than the normal then he/she will not be allowed to enter the park premises. All have to wear masks and face shields. Every vehicle should have a sanitizer which shall be used during the time of boarding or de-boarding as required. The visitors can book their permits from 10 AM on June 13, 2020, by visiting the official website of the Corbett Tiger Reserve. The advance booking will be open for the period between June 14, 2020, to June 30, 2020.
However, visitors aged 10 years and below and 65 years and above will not be permitted to enter the national park for safari.
Meanwhile, Sundarban Tiger Reserve, located in Kolkata is likely to open its gates for public from June 15, 2020.The Sundarban is famous for the Royal Bengal Tiger and biosphere reserve.


Good news for wildlife explorers! Corbett National Park to open from Sunday; Check guidelines
 
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