Delhi, Aug. 3 -- The beautiful Valley of Flowers in Uttarakhand is now open for all tourists - both from within and outside the state. Thevalley is located in the Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve-a UNESCO World Heritage site.

This is the first time that the valley has not opened for tourists on its scheduled time.

If you are thinking of heading out for a trek, carry a coronavirus negative test issued within the past 72 hours before your visit. Failing to do so will mean being quarantined for seven days.

The 38km, 4-day trek starts from Govindghat. You can drive down from Rishikesh to get the start point. The closest airport is Dehradun. The good news is it is open at the moment. You can fly down from Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Hyde...