Travel Guides and trips for uttaranchal

A typical frame of Uttarakhand’s hills will feature a sea of valleys dotted with thatch-roofed homes, pine and deodar trails, winding roads and a sprinkling of a temple. The state is bordered by Nepal on the east and Tibet on the north. Wildlife enthusiasts should head to Jim Corbett National Park for a jungle safari, which is a pretty popular place to visit in Uttarakhand. Adventure seeking travellers can trek through the trails of the Valley of Flowers, Roopkund and Chopta-Chandrashila or ski through Auli, go rafting in Rishikesh and much more. For tourists on the search of spiritual exploration, Uttarakhand has plenty of places such as Gangtori, Yamunotri, Badrinath, Haridwar and Rishikesh. For a quintessentially Himalayan escapade, head to Chakrata with its magnificent view of the snow-laden rhododendron forests and set out for small day trips to Deoban, Koti and Kanasar while you are there. For something off the beaten path, drive to Tehri Dam, through a legion of tiny tribal villages or make your way to Munsyari where you will come across barking deers, wild boars, gorals, deers and a variety of Himalayan birds.
Best time to visit

Peak Season is from March to June, when summer come to Uttarakhand, making the days sunny and pleasant.

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For Budget Travellers: INR 400 - 1000 a day
For Mid-range Travellers: INR 1000 to INR 3000 a day
For Luxury Travellers: INR 6000 and upwards
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Trips and Itineraries for Uttarakhand

With this post, I wish you a very happy travelling through the hills of Uttaranchal, a beauty beyond words......

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This was a long journey as we had to first cross Naila Pass the highest point in the valley and then make our way through narrow steep inclines and dense forest towards Anusya Mata temple and reach Mandal which accounted to almost 20kms Anusuya Devi Temple is a highly temple dedicated to Anusuya Devi, situated at an altitude of 2000 m above sea level, in Gopeshwar of Chamoli district Uttaranchal....

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Top Places To Visit in Uttarakhand 783 Spots

Nanda Devi, Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve, Chamoli, Uttarakhand 246443
The Nanda Devi is the highest mountain in Uttarakhand and the second highest in the country. It is also known as the highest mountain peak which is completely in India as the Mt. Kanchenjunga lies on the borders of India and Nepal. The main attraction here is the Nanda Devi National Park, which, along with the Valley of Flowers National Park makes the Nanda Devi Biodiversity Reserve. The scenic beauty of this place is scintillating and the views of the other sides from here are good too.
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tehsil- joshimath , Ghangaria, Chamoli, Uttarakhand 246443, India
Earlier used as a cattle grazing ground, this was declared as a national park and then later an UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 2005. This is in the Josimath Region of the Bhyundar Valley and is known for its outstanding scenic beauty. There is a little bit of everything here which makes this place magical. Starting from fresh air and snow clad mountain to colourful flowers and lush greenery, you get everything here. This place along with the Nanda Devi National Park make up the whole nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve and is a place extremely rich in natural biodiversity. There is an abundance of alpine shrubs and other plants, it is also known that in the epic of Ramayana, Hanumana brought down the Sanjeevani herb to save the life of lakshmana from this same place. It is still believed that the Sanjeevani herb grows here. The Gauri Parbat is the highest peak here and more than 650 varieties of flowers grow here including rare ones such as cobra lily, Brahmakamal as well as blue poppy. Photographers and nature lovers find their ultimate food for the sould in such a place and tourists find immense bliss and peace out here.
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Hotels and Homestays in Uttarakhand   265 Hotels

Best Time to Visit Uttarakhand

Peak Season is from March to June, when summer come to Uttarakhand, making the days sunny and pleasant.

Shoulder Season: October to February is the winter season in Uttarakhand. This is the most beautiful time of the year in the hilly state, that sees frequent snowfalls.

Off-season: This is the time between July to September, when the monsoons visit Uttarakhand. Though the rain makes for a lush landscape, the state is prone to landslides during this period.


Budget for Uttarakhand

For Budget Travellers: INR 400 - 1000 a day

  • Accommodation in hostels and guesthouses: INR 300 - 700
  • Food in local cafes and street eateries: INR 50 - 200
  • Public Transport in buses and autorickshaws: INR 10 - 100
  • Sightseeing: INR 10 - 50

For Mid-range Travellers: INR 1000 to INR 3000 a day

  • Accommodation in mid-range hotels and resorts: INR 500 - 1000
  • Food in mid-range cafes and restaurants: INR 300 - 700
  • Local transport in local taxis or car rentals: INR 400 - 600
  • Treks and Hiking packages: INR 1000 and upwards

For Luxury Travellers: INR 6000 and upwards

  • Accommodation in 4* or 5* hotels: INR 3000 and upwards
  • Food in upscale restaurants and bars: INR 800 and upwards
  • Rentals for Bikes: INR 1800 - 2000
  • Local transport in cabs: INR 400 and upwards
  • Guided Tours and Rafting: INR 1000 and upwards


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