Hi, Dr Arun Aggarwal Gastroenterologist. Yeah can visit famous travel destinations like Nanital, Rishikesh, Mussoorie, Jim Corbett National Park, Auli & Etc. You can also visit Char Dham in Uttrakhand
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Thanku reena singh for your response but these nanital,Rishikesh, mussoorie are the most common places i have already been there many time. this time i am thinking to explore some new places
Key points: Synthetic /waterproof Track Pants (Do not bring shorts, tight jeans, Capri.) T-shirts 3 full sleeve. 1 Fleece jacket will be a good idea; a woolen sweater would be an alternative. 1 Windproof jacket. 1 Heavy jacket. Thermal Inners. 2 pairs cotton socks and 2 pairs woolen socks. 2 pair water proof hand gloves.
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Thank You Manisha and sure will keep all these things in mind.
Rishikesh > Mussoorie> Kanatal (you can go for easy trekking to surkanda devi temple)> Auli> Nainital> Corbett> Almora
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Always Welcome Arun...If you need any travel services in Uttarakhand Call/what's app at +91-7252-885-525.
For sure i didnt know about kanatal.. will search for that and yes Auli is already in my list.. and thanks buddy.
Hello Dr Arun Aggarwal Gastroenterologist , First of all please do keep all the warm cloths with you because if you are going for trek. then there will be snow and do keep spare cloths to.. because in Uttrakhand The weather changes suddenly. And for places you can search on internet
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Thanks for telling dear will sure look after this
Mussorie rishikesh almora ranikhet nainital lansdowne
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Actually i was searching for some trekking places like Hemkund Sahib, kedarnath.. etc
Hey, make sure you carry enough warm clothes and wind cheaters. make sure you have waterproof shoes on and warm socks to keep yourself warm. If it is a remote area, pleasure ensure to have power backup for your cellphones. The weather in Uttarkhand, in general is very unpredictable, so you might want to be ready for all conditions. Also, since the major pilgrimage is shut down in winter months, you might want to start your trip from haridwar/ rishikesh and explore the hills of mussoorie,nag tibba trek, kanatal (for adventure sports) and tehri (for water sports) Auli will be a perfect destination to visit in november. Check that out. You might as well try the Chandrashila trek, although the tungnath temple will be closed, but it's a beautiful, beautiful trek, specially when snowcapped. Other than that, Nainital, landsdowne, ranikhet and Jim corbett would be a good choice too.
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Yeahh... well thanks and i was also thinking about nag tibba and chandrashila trek...someone told me that they are awesome.
Guys can you help me to decide where to go... Uttrakhand or Himachal some of my friends are suggesting Himachal is better than Uttrakhand
Hi Doctor, Uttarakhand is really a nice place to visit if your are looking for a scenic holiday. I recently visited the place with my Husband, We visited many different places like- nainitaal, bhimtal, almora, bageshwar and pithoragarh. It was a 2 weeks plan to explore all of the kumaon. Being a Gastroenterologist, I think you will be very educated enough to know what all would be the do's and dont's on hill stations. I just want to tell you that keep your warm clothes with you. As the cooling winters have started. Enjoy the visit, have fun. Regards
Hi, Dr Arun Aggarwal Gastroenterologist Its Great you are going in a family trip and uttrakhand is very beautiful place I haven't gone there but many of my friends suggested me to visit there but didn't get much time. All the best for your trip have a safe n happy journey.