Valley of Flowers is a UNESCO World Heritage site in India, known for its stunning meadows and vibrant array of over 600 species of flowers.
The valley remained hidden until 1931 when it was discovered by mountaineer Frank S. Smythe, who was captivated by its natural beauty.
The region is home to rare and endangered plant species, including the Brahma Kamal, known for its mythological significance.
The valley transforms into a colorful carpet during the monsoon season, as the flowers bloom and create a breathtaking sight.
Besides flowers, the valley is also inhabited by diverse wildlife, including snow leopards, musk deer, and Himalayan black bears.