The Northern Indian state of Uttarakhand is dotted with infinite religious places. Most of them belong to Hindu religion. But there is one holy town which is attracting the countless Sikh devotees every year. In the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand lies a pocket-sized village of Ghangaria which is a delightful destination at a distance of nearly 6 km from the highest Sikh sanctum in the country, Gurudwara Sri Hemkund Sahib Ji. Settled in the confluence or sangam of rivers such as Bhyundar Ganga and Pushpawati which give birth to Lakshman Ganga and flows further to meet River Alaknanda, Ghangaria is a less travelled town which is covered with snow for almost seven months of the year. It is open for tourist from the month of May to September.
Ghangaria is popular as a base camp for Hemkund Sahib Trek. The largest national park of flowers in the country is also located at a distance of 3 km from Ghangaria. The most beautiful trek to this national park known as Valley of Flowers Trek is a must do activity of you are camping in this village. Camps in Ghangaria is scattered in and around the village. It is the trekking paradise of Uttarakhand. Adventure camps offer lots of adventure activities. Attractive camping packages are offered by numberless camps in Ghangaria. Take a look-see on the packages. Roll up at the best Ghangaria camps and mix your camping vacation with beautiful colors of nature. Wald down this mesmerizing village.
How To Reach
To Reach Ghangaria, you have to arrive at Govindghat first. Several buses commute to Rishikesh from Delhi. From Rishikesh, buses are found for Govindghat. From Govindghat, one can take any means of transportation too Ghangaria. The nearest airport is Jolly Grant Airport and Rishikesh is the nearest railway station to the village of Ghangaria.
Himalayan Eco lodge Located at the base of the Valley of Flowers & Hemkund Sahib shrine, beautiful camp with all the basic amenities in Ghangaria.
Bugyal Sarai Camp