Nainital is a charming hill station that is located in the Himalayas. It is Situated at a height of approximately 1938 meters above the sea-level, the town’s beauty lie within the gorgeous Naini Lake, after which the city is named. Also Founded by the British to spend their holidays during their Rule in India, Nainital is blessed with elegant colonial structures from the British era that increase the beauty of this place even more.
This charming little town is blessed with a pleasant climate throughout the year, making it a favorable destination, especially for families and honeymooners. The town is called the city of lakes since it has the lake in between and the town is planned around the lake.
Boating on the beautiful Naini Lake is a must activity also relishing some local specialties of food, shopping at the Tibetan Market and Mall Road, or take a ropeway ride to enjoy the birds-eye view of the beautiful lake city and also the beauty of the Himalayas from Snow View Point, Nainital is sure to amaze you by its charm and is full of surprises.
Places to visit: Naini Lake, Naina Devi Temple, Mall Road.
Known for its adventure activities, ancient temples, popular cafes and as the “Yoga Capital of the World”, Rishikesh is located in the foothills of the Himalayas along with the union of Ganga and Chandrabhaga River, It is also called as Hrishikesh.
Rishikesh has grown largely as a favorite catering people with their different needs, with whitewater rafting industry growing and various camping and cafe spots springing up it are one of the most popular places in India.
It lies on the banks of river Ganga which is a holy river according to the Hindus, Rishikesh always has been a hub of Sadhus (saints) with numerous ashrams teaching spirituality.
With the introduction of tourists, there has been an abundance in the number of cafes and restaurants in the town. From the last few years, the town has also been developed as the hub of Adventure Sports like White Water Rafting, Bungee Jumping, Flying Fox, and Mountain Biking and more.
It also works as an entry point to various treks and is utilized as a popular camping site. Every year the International Yoga Festival is held in the first week of March which attracts people all over the world.
Places to visit: Laxman Jhula, Triveni Ghat, Camping, Rafting, etc.
Mussoorie is a famous hill stations located in the Dehradun district of Uttarakhand. Famously known as the Queen of the Hills as it stands at an altitude of 7000 feet above sea level and has a pleasant and favorable climate all around the year.
It was a popular holiday destination during the British era and can be seen why? from British remnants in the city, such as the old-fashioned architecture of the hotels and churches.The mall in Mussoorie is a very famous tourist attraction (also known as the Mall Road), which is a slightly steep road full of eateries and other shops skirting its entire stretch. From the little houses spread around the stretch evenly organized lamp posts, The Mall road gives off a strong British colonial vibe.
Another attraction of Mussoorie is the Ropeway to Gun Hill. It is the second-highest peak in Mussoorie, tourist can take the ropeway ride and reach the top and enjoy the view of beautiful Himalayan ranges around.
Places to visit: Kempty Falls, Lake Mist, Gun Hill, Mussoorie Mall road, etc
Famous as the “First National Park of India” Corbett National Park, is located at the foothills of Himalayas, is home to a variety of flora and fauna including tigers, and is a treat forwildlife enthusiasts and photographers.Founded as Hailey National Park in 1936 it is home to the endangered species of the Royal Bengal Tiger.
Project Tiger was launched in 1973 here for the very first time. The town is located along the banks of Ramaganga River; it is home to around more than 480 species of animals and plants and is spread across an area of more than 500 sq km covering various hills, marshy holes, lakes, rivulets, and meadows.
Corbett Park is divided into 5 regions: Jhirna, Bijrani, Sonanandi, Domunda, and Dhikalaand all of them have different gates. Without the jungle safari visit to the Corbett National Park is incomplete. It has many resorts inside the national park for the needs of the tourist to spend their time in peace.
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Kedarnath is a sacred place for Hindus. Among the 12 Jyotirlingas dedicated to Lord Shiva, the temple is at the highest point. The Home of Lord Shiva can only be reached by a trek from Gaurikund and remains closed for the six months due unfavorable weather conditions. Kedar is another name for Lord Shiva and its believed that this pilgrimage opens the way to “moksha” or Salvation.
The Temple is Located at a height of 3583m above sea level placed between the snow-covered mountains and scenic view and Mandakini river flowing Alongside it attracts a lot of devotees every year. According to Mythologies, the Kedarnath temple was initially built by the Pandavas but then it was re-constructed by Adi Shankaracharya.
Places to visit: Vasuki Tal, Kedarnath Temple, Shankaracharya Samadhi, Sonpryag, etc.
Haridwar is holy city in India. Located on the banks of river Ganga it is filled with many temples, ashrams across the city. It is a famous Hindu pilgrimage site where every year many devotees come to take a dip in the holy waters of river Ganga; it is believed that by taking a dip in the holy water one is forgiven of all his sins in the eyes of the gods.
In Haridwar, one can experience many rituals as the famous Ganga Aarti at the Ghats (River Banks) where thousands of devotees come together to pray to the river. Along with Prayagraj, Nashik, and Ujjain, Haridwar is a city where Kumbh Mela is hosted once every 12 years which sees millions of visitors from all over the country and world.
This acts as a base destination for major tourist towns of Rishikesh and Devprayag as it is well connected by railways and roadways. Recently, Haridwar is also now developing as a multifaceted cultural and spiritual center with the number of cafes, shops are also very welcoming for tourists.
Places to visit: Ganga Aarti, Har ki Pauri, Chandi Devi Temple, Mansa Devi Temple, etc.
Situated at the height of 10,279 feet above the sea level, the temple is surrounded by lofty snow-covered mountains and a breathtaking view. Badrinath Temple (Badrinarayan Temple) is dedicated to Lord Vishnu; the site is also one of the four Dhams. According to scripts it is believed to be established by the saint Adi Shankaracharya and the black stone idol of Lord Vishnu is 1m tall and is considered to be a self-manifested statue of Vishnu(one of the 8 swayam vyakta kshetras).
Badrinath Temple allures many numbers of devotees every year because of its relation to Hindu God Lord Shiva and Vishnu given the array of legends, tales, and beliefs that surround it. It founds in mention various Hindu mythologies and Vedas as well. The temple is closed from November to April due to extreme weather conditions. It is easily accessible by road and therefore driving up to that location is easy.
Places to visit: Badrinath Temple, Vasundhara Falls, Tapt Kund, Bheem Pul, etc.
It is the place where the Yamuna river originates. Located at a height of 3293 m above sea level it sweeps away the visitor visiting the region by its visual and spiritual charm.
It is a sacred place and home to the sage Asti surrounded by Himalayan glaciers, thermal springs and beautiful peaks, Himalayan glaciers, and thermal springs. The river is hailed in Hindu mythologies a the sister of Lord Yama- the God of Death, and its believed that bath in the river Yamuna can make death Painless.
It attracts all sorts of Tourists every year from the ones in search of a romantic destination as well as adventure enthusiasts who are sure to find an abundance of thrill and excitement the region offers.
Places to visit: Surya Kund, Yamunotri Temple, Hanuman Chatti, etc.
It is one of the four famous Dhams. It is a famous Pilgrimage destination situated in Uttarkashi. According to the stories, it is believed that King Bhagirathi’s penance spread over centuries, Goddess Ganga transformed herself into a river to wash away the sins of his forefathers.
Lord Shiva then gathers Ganga into his twisted locks to reduce the enormous impact of her fall, and from that momemnt, the Himalayan glacier from which Ganga emerges has also been called Bhagirathi.
Places to visit: Gangotri Temple, Kedar Tal, Ganges Glacier, etc.
Covered with beautiful pine trees, apple orchards and old oaks it is just like a paradise on earth, remotely located in the Himalayas is acts as a base for various treks in the Himalayan region. It is a Popular Hill resort dating Back to 8th Century AD.
It is a popular skiing destination because of its snow-covered slopes and clean and blissful environment. It is situated at a height of 2800m above the sea level and is home to various mountain ranges of Nanda Devi, Mana Parvat and Kamat Kamet.
The choices of cuisine are very limited as it is a remote area and there are many local hotels that over god quality of food and stay.
Places to visit: Chenab Lake, Skiing In Auli, Trishul peak, etc.
Ranikhet means “The Queen Of Farms”. It is a hill station founded during the British rule of India blessed with its beautiful scenic views, landscapes, and a very cool and pleasant climate. It is the Headquarters of the Kumaon Regiment of the Indian Army.
It has a Kumaon Regimental Centre Museum which puts up a splendid display of weapons, photos to tell us about the historical importance of the region. Ranikhet is very well popular for its mesmerzing views of the Nanda Devi Peak, trekking ranges, golf courses, and temples.
Places to visit: Majhkhali, Bhalu Dam, Kalika, Jhula Devi Temple, etc.