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WELCOME TO UTTARANCHAL

Uttaranchal Once part of Uttar Pradesh,the Kumaon Hills and the Garhwal Himalayas today grace the new state of Uttaranchal. In this area of hills, mountains and pristine lakes are some of the most popular hill station of India. Some of the most exciting trekking routes originates here. As does the holy River Ganges. Here too, are some of the most sacred pilgrim centres in the country.Uttaranchal is a newly-carved state, but with its startling combination of Pilgrimage Sites, Hill-Stations, Wild Lives, Ayurveda and Adventure Sports - the packs quite a punch.

Uttarakhand is a storehouse of a number of interesting tourist spots that include the sacred pilgrimage spots, wildlife sanctuary and bewitching hill stations. Almost every thing in this natural paradise has something unique in store for the tourists. Its mountainous landscape, lush green valleys, rivers, dense forests and above all amiable people make this place a visitor’s delight.

 

 

Dehradun:
It is one of the oldest cities of India and is the capital of Uttarakhand nested in the mountain ranges of the Himalaya. This town is home to some of the best known educational centers and hence is also regarded as the “Oxford of India”. Dehradun is also an important base for trekking and adventure activities. The Kalinga War Memorial, The Gurkha Fort, Mindrolling Monastery, Tapkeshwar Temple and Clock Tower are the major attractions of this town. This hill station is undoubtedly one of the best known tourist spots in Uttarakhand.

Almora:
It is one of the most exquisite attractions full of scenic beauty. It is a wonderful spot for the nature lovers and seekers of solitude. You will find here the forts, monuments and palaces built by the rulers of Chandravansh and Katyuri dynasty standing as testimonies of the past splendor of this place. Public Museum, Nanda Devi Temple, Chetai Temple and Simtola are the key attractions of this place.

Chopta:
Chopta is indisputably one of the most pictorial spots in the entire Garhwal region, and commands some of the most awe-inspiring views of the Himalayan ranges and its neighboring area.

Ranikhet:
It is a captivating place that has retained its virginity and pristine charm. Away from the bustle of city life, it is arguably the best site to enjoy the panoramic vistas of the Himalayan ranges. It has been endowed with ample natural beauty in the form of green meadows, undulating hills, snow-capped mountains, serpentine rivers and crystal clear rivulets. It is one of the most attractive places to visit in Uttarakhand.

Mussoorie:
Also popular as queen of hill stations, it is characterized by a cool climate and dense woods that make it an ideal hill resort. Its modern bungalows, malls and manicured gardens, snuggled on the small hills draw numerous tourists from all parts of the globe. The prime highlights of this town are Tibetan Temple, Lake Mist, Mussoorie Lake, Municipal Gardens and Lal Tibba.

Several other tourist attractions that also demand a visit by the tourists are Badrinath, Corbett, Rishikesh, Champawat, Mussoorie and Haridwar. This state has much more to offer than you might even expect and promises to make your vacations an exclusive experience.

Uttaranchal Once part of Uttar Pradesh,the Kumaon Hills and the Garhwal Himalayas today grace the new state of Uttaranchal. In this area of hills, mountains and pristine lakes are some of the most popular hill station of India. Some of the most exciting trekking routes originates here. As does the holy River Ganges. Here too, are some of the most sacred pilgrim centres in the country.

 

Nainital - The Lake District
Nainital - The beautiful lake resort nestles amidst seven hills in a lush valley at an altitude of 1938 metres. In 1841, the British first discovered Nainital as a holiday resort. Today, the town has emerged as one of the most important hill resorts of India.

 

 

 

 

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