Describe a place full of colour.

Describe a place full of colour.

– Where is it
– How you know about it
– When you went there
– What you did there
– Explain why you think it is colourful

Simple answer:-

Well, during my whole life, I have visited many colour ful places such as some national parks, gardens and so on. But here I would like to talk about national Park named the valley of flowers. I visited there about 2 years ago with my friends. According to my point of view, it is a colourful place full of flowers in it. I describe it briefly.

Valley of Flowers National Park is an Indian national park which was located in North Chamoli in the state of Uttrakhand. Actually it is known for its meadows of endemic alpine flowers as well as for the variety of flora. This richly diverse area is also famous for rare and endangered animals.

About 2 years ago, my school had closed for one in summer for the summer holidays. So, I and two of my friends, we planned to go to a new place. Actually we wanted to visit that place which is full of flowers with natural beauty. When I searched on the internet, about this valley of flowers.

Describe a place full of colour.Actually, I belong from Punjab state which is far away from Uttarakhand. So we planned to visit this place by train. We booked tickets online and visited there. My paternal uncle has been living in Uttarakhand State for the last 10 years. So we stayed at his home, and he helped us to visit this valley of flowers.

After 10 days, we came back home by train. It was such a nice trip which became memorable for me.

In addition to it, On that time, I had clicked some pictures of the help of my mobile phone and shared with others. Everyone appreciated me for a nice trip. Overall, we enjoyed a lot. I will never forget this place during my whole life. If I get a chance in future, then I would like to go there again and enjoy my life.

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