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Hill station tour in Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand hill station

Exploring the Majestic Hill Stations of Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand, nestled in the Himalayas, is fondly called “Devbhoomi” – the Land of Gods. Known for tranquil hill towns, cool weather, mountain views, and Hindu pilgrimage sites, Uttarakhand offers many alluring destinations to experience a relaxing hill vacation.

Jim Corbett National Park
Spot endangered Bengal tigers and over 500 species of birds at India’s first national park. Enjoy safaris, nature walks, and more.

The sparkling namesake lake, boating, scenic hiking trails to Snow View and more attract tourists and families to Nainital.

Walk among cedar forests, ancient temples and British colonial architecture in the Kumaon region’s green hill station.

Kausani mixes breathtaking 300km Himalayan panoramas with tea estates and quiet hideaways like Anashakti Ashram.

Nestled in the folds of the Himalayas near the Tibet border, Munsiyari is a paradise for trekkers and nature lovers.

Explore over 100 historic temples dedicated to Lord Shiva built from the 8th to 12th centuries AD.

Enjoy magnificent valley and mountain views in this cultural hub known for art galleries, cuisine and rich handicraft heritage.

Take in a 300km stretch of Himalayan peaks, visit Bineshwar Mahadev Temple or simply enjoy the stillness of the forests.

Chaubattia Gardens
10km from Ranikhet, these sprawling botanical gardens overlook fruit orchards, the valley and mountain ranges.

Bhimtal, Naukuchiatal and Sattal
These three lesser-known lakes each have their own unique attractions – Bhimtal for the island temple, Naukuchiatal for the ‘Lake of Nine Corners’, and Sattal for oak forests.

Explore the bustling tourist hub’s attractions like Gun Hill, Camel’s Back Road, Kempty Falls, Mall Road shopping and more.

River rafting, bungee jumping, yoga classes, ashrams and Hindu rituals draw adrenaline junkies and spiritually inclined travelers alike.

Chopta Tungnath
Trek to Tungnath Temple, one of the Panch Kedar dedicated to Lord Shiva, set amidst meadows and forests at 3680m.

Hit ski slopes or simply enjoy majestic Nanda Devi, Valley of Flowers and other Himalayan views in this peaceful resort town.

Om Parvat and Adi Kailash
Considered a sacred summit, Om Parvat and Adi Kailash yatra through remote terrain is a spiritual quest for devotees.

Mansarovar Yatra
The holy Mansarovar lake, Mt. Kailash and nearby Tibetan plateau attract Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims on this arduous journey.

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