Country: India | State: Uttarakhand
Top Places To Visit: Nainital, Haridwar, Rishikesh, Corbett, Ranikhet, Mussoorie, Kausani, Landsdowne, Munsiyari, Joshimath
Ideal Trip Duration: 3-5 Full Days
Top Attraction : Har Ki Pauri, Mansa Devi Temple, Lakshman Jhula, Rafting In Rishikesh,Corbett National Park, Valley Of Flowers, Kempty Fall
Best Time To Visit : November & February
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Uttarakhand, a state of India, formerly known as Uttaranchal located in the North-Western region of the county. It is often referred to as "Dev Bhoomi" (literally "Land of the Gods") because of the many Hindu temples and pilgrimages found throughout the state. Uttarakhand was established as the 27th state of India on 9 November 2000, when it was excavated out of northern Uttar Pradesh. It is situated at the foothills of the Himalayan range, primarily a mountainous state, with international borders with China (Tibet) to the north and Nepal to the east. To its north-west lies Himachal Pradesh, while to the south is Uttar Pradesh.
It is rich in natural resources especially water and forests with numerous glaciers, rivers, dense forests and snow-capped mountain peaks. The four most heavenly and revered Hindu temples of Char-Dham, Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri are settled down in the mighty mountains. It is blessed with rare biodiversity, inter-aliases, 175 rare species of aromatic and medicinal plants are found in the state.
Uttarakhand is divided into two battalions, Garhwal and Kumaon, with a total of 13 districts. The hilly regions of Uttarakhand provide tourists with an ancient landscape. The city arranges an ethical assembly evening Ganga Aarti on the sacred Ganges River. No words can ever suffice to fully describe this blessed land.
Top Tourist Attractions in Uttarakhand
Auli / Chopta Packages
Valley Of Flower