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Hi Sahil! UK is a real gem of India. Consider doing this Munsiyaari, Almora, Pithhoragarh belt. That whole place is mesmerising. Keep Travelling!
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Hey Sahil, Places to visit in Uttrakhand : Delhi-> Haridwar->Rishikesh->Jim Corbett National Park ->Dehradun->Mussourie. Other places : 1)Nainital 2)Auli 3)Kausani Treks : 1)Har ki Dun trek 2)Kedarkantha trek 3)Dayara Bugyal trek Happy travelling!!!!!!
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Mussoorie - ''The Queen of Hills'' Mussoorie is a picturesque hill station Rishikesh - Rishikesh idyllically situated on the foothills of the Himalayas is also known as ''The Gateway to the Garhwal Himalayas Mukteshwar - it is a beautiful hill station bejeweled like a crown in the Kumaon Hills of Uttarakhand. Kausani - Kausani was originally known as ''Valna'' is one of the best tourist destinations to head in Uttarakhand Chopta Valley and Rudraprayag. Happy Traveling!!!
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Hi Sahil I would recommend you to go for less unexplored places: 1. Mukteshwar 2. Kanatal 3. Chopta 4. Kasauni
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You should go to har-ki-dun trek ir kedar kanth trek in govind national park..amazing landscapes and view.. You will get snow there too. Rivers are very clear and waterfall also in mid way
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If you're up for winter trek, go to Kedarkantha Trek. It's the most beautiful and beginner lever winter trek. You'll trek upto 4000 metres above sea level and the view from there is breathtaking. It takes 4-5 days from Dehradun to complete that trek. You'll need to reach Sankri village which is at about 200 km from Dehradun, you can either go from bus or book a cab or rent a bike. From sankri it takes 2-3 days to hike upto summit and back. Since you're solo, book the same trek from any company like Indiahikes or similar. It'll be great fun there in this season. Happy Travelling.
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Auli, chopta, Harsel landsdowne Dehradun
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Hey Sahil, Its best to visit rishikesh for river rafting in Ganges... Here are few contact numbers whom you can contact directly and get the details and do your pre booking online well before your travel date.... 9897171422 (Prashanth) :- River Rafting Rishikesh company;- You can also book your stats in campus from one night to four nights where they do provide small treks also along side of Ganges.... 9212777223/24 ( Tour my India) .... They offer you a good package for the Rafting distance you opt to ... 9897996881 (Ganga Valley Adventure camps). ... They also offer many other adventure activities :- Zipline Activity (Shivpuri), Rafting 20 kms from Camp to NIM Beach with Body Surfing and Cliff Jumping during rafting only. after that you can go for bungee jumping : Here s again my link for the jump I took in Rishikesh ..,.. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.tripoto.com/trip/those-golden-30-seconds-which-sufficed-eleutheromaniac-feeling-of-my-life-597adc4746228.amp So both these activities will take 2 days if urs....After this you can take a bus or train to nainital .... The places you can visit and things to do in Nainital are as follows.... 1. Boating:- You can go on a boat ride in Gondola boat or pedal boat for 210 and 150 rupees per hour respectively. See that it close by 6pm. 2. Shopping:- If you are a shopaholic then you can roam around in mall road for hours shop after shop. 3. Raj Bhavan:- It's free and easy to hop around Governors house and enjoy the Gothic style of architecture which resembles Buckingham palace of England. 4. Naini Devi temple:- This is a well known Shakthi peeths of Hindu religion and is open for people till 10 pm. 5. Eco cave gardens:- These cave gardens close by 5.30 pm, so if you can make yourself free for half an hour more you can cover this place also. Also go to view point from where you can see Himalayan ranges .... Happy Travelling Bro!!!
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Auli chakrata mussorie
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Nainital. Almora, Lansdowne, Munsiyari, Auli,
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