Best Places to Visit From Lucknow
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Dhangadhi

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Varanasi

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Varanasi, a city that oozes charm and mesmerizing beauty, is amongst the holiest cities in India and arguably in the world. With a massive number of temples, shrines, and ghats, for anyone who seeks the blessings of the almighty, Varanasi, should be at the top of their priority list.

Known as Lord Shiva’s City, this majestic place has a distinct essence in its soothing surroundings, which would certainly leave any visitor spell bounded. Many people from all over India visit the shores of the pious Ganges River and take a holy bath, which is believed to banish all the sins from the body and soul.

If you are visiting Varanasi any time sooner, then boat riding at the holy Ganges river should be at the top of your bucket list. This would be an unforgettable experience of your life as the picturesque views from the rides have a charm of its own.

The stunning panoramic experience of temples and practices of Hindu rituals would harmonize your heart and soul. You should also attend the glorious Aarti sessions at the Ganges River. Spiritual chants and the essence of aromatic surroundings will be an ideal experience if the person wishes for a calm and serene place to cherish.

This divine ceremony is even enhanced in magnitude when witnessed at the Dasaswamedh Ghat. The use of heavy brass lamps for the ceremony makes the experience even more satisfying.

Another important landmark of Varanasi popularly known as Sarnath is renowned as the place where Lord Buddha illustrated Dharma. It is amongst the most prominent Buddhist sites all around the world. You can also witness the humongous pillar of Dharmekh Stupa. Also, the visual brilliance of the Ashoka Pillar would be a treat to your eyes. Varanasi is truly an alluring site that captivates travelers with its holiness and tranquility.

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Butwal

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Agra

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Agra is a major tourist destination in North India because of its many Mughal-era buildings, most notably the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri, all three of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The tourist places in Agra speaks volume about the rich culture and heritage of Agra.

The city is known for its historic sites, architecture, and ambiance of being in the Mughal era. Agra is also included in the Golden Triangle circle with Delhi and Jaipur and hence people travelling to the north, usually visit these three cities together.

The city is not only important to the Mughal dynasty but also has its mentions in the Mahabharata, which makes it a strategic location for both Hindus and Muslims in India and in the Indo Aryan Plains. Agra is, thus, full of legacies, history, period horizons and more.

Among the top tourist places in Agra is Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Taj Mahal is showpiece architecture of fine Mughal craftsmanship. It was built under the aegis of Shah Jahan as a memorial for his beloved wife Arjumand Bano Begum. Her body is enshrined in the tomb at the Taj Mahal.

The designs of this structure incorporate Persian and Mughal architecture. The highlight of the structure is the tomb which is a large structure made completely of marble. Another is Agra Fort, also called the Red Fort, this structure dates back to the 16th century.

It is situated near the gardens of the Taj Mahal. Made of red sandstone, Agra Fort has walls that surround for at least two kilometers and more. Inside are many splendid palaces such as Jahangir Palace and Khas Palace. It is over here that you will find the grand hall of audiences called Diwan-i-Khas. Also on the location are a couple of magnificent mosques.

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Kathgodam

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Kathgodam is the entry to numerous tourist spots in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand including Nainital. Like many parts of the state, it’s incredibly scenic and taking a walk through the town is the best way to explore it. Tourist places in Kathgodam doesn’t have a long list of attractions and for most visitors, it’s a transit point before heading off to other destinations. However, it has wonderful views of the hills, is located along the banks of the Gola River, and if you head out a little you can visit the famed Nainital Lake that’s located in the center of Nainital town.

If you’re planning a holiday in the Kumaon region, whether it’s Nainital, Bhimtal, Ranikhet or Almora, Kathgodam is the last railway station. As you enter town, you get a feel for what to expect in the rest of Kumaon. This place will never disappoint you instead it will make you feel mesmerised. Kathgodam will give you so many memories which will remain etched in your heart forever.

With a climate that’s pleasant almost all year-round, temples that draw devotees, picturesque locales and numerous attractions a short distance from town, Kathgodam is where you should head to on your next holiday. The tourist places in Kathgodam will leave you spell bounded and make you yearn for the place even more. So, what are you waiting for? Start planning and packing for the trip of a lifetime. We are sure that you will make lot of happy memories to be cherished forever.

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Naukuchiatal

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A hill-station perched at a height of 1220 m in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand, Naukuchiatal City whose name translates to 'lake of nine corners', is primarily known for the exquisite green-blue lake of the same name. Apart from that, the vast forested hills that surround this town along with scenic valleys are a pleasing escape from everyday life.

The best time to plan a trip to Naukuchiatal would be around March to June when the weather here is dry and cool as well as the happening music festival 'escape' fills the valley with flocks of people and soothing music. Or after the monsoons in September till November, when sightseeing is comfortable and pleasant around the colourful landscapes.

Moreover, the myriad beautiful places of interest also add to the Naukuchiatal Tourism. From temples like the Hanuman temple, vantage points including Jungliagaon, to the nearby towns of Bhimtal, Sattal and Mukteshwar, you can explore many astounding aspects of the Kumaon region. A paradiscal holiday destination, in Naukuchiatal one has the opportunity to indulge in several fun activities like boating, angling, fishing and bird-watching that bring you close to nature. Besides, the cuisine, shopping, friendly people and the local culture here also leaves a mark on anyone who visits Naukuchiatal.

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Pithoragarh

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Pithoragarh is a scenic hill station that was carved from the Almora district in Uttarakhand and is a beautiful paradise for the visitors. It lies in the centre of Soar valley and has been entitled as the miniaturized Kashmir valley. It is the gateway to the famous pilgrim spot Om Parvat, holy river Manasarovar and Kailash and is revered for being one of the best places to visit in Uttarakhand.

Pithoragarh is known for its surreal beauty and alluring landscapes that pacify the soul of the visitors. It has fascinating forests and cascading waterfalls that amplify the aesthetic beauty of this place in multifold amounts. It also nestles the mighty peaks of Nanda Devi on the East and West.

This hill station is home to some of the most splendid attractions that you must visit. Chandak is the most popular attraction over here that is a hilltop that houses a temple dedicated to Manu, who is a Hindu deity. Askot Sanctuary is another popular spot here that is home to diverse species of flora and fauna. You can also visit Ralam glacier over here that is the most popular trekking route in Uttarakhand.

Pithoragarh offers some of the most enthralling activities to the visitors for a fun-filled experience. You can try trekking and camping over here to test your limits and to explore the daredevil within you. Another popular activity that you can try over here is river rafting at the Kali river.

Pithoragarh experiences generally mild and temperate climate all round the year. The average temperature over here is around 16.3 degrees Celsius, and it receives 59.1-inch rainfall per year. During summer, it experiences temperature ranging from 7 to 20 degrees Celsius, and during winter, the temperature drops down to around 4 degrees Celsius.

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Nainital

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Nainital, the hill resort town in the district of the same name, derives its name from the emerald, glassy, eye-shaped lake (tal) which the town is built around. The British Sugar trader, P. Baron, founded the town in the year 1841 and thank God that he did! There could not be a better getaway spot from the hustle and bustle of the cities. The moment you enter Nainital district, you step into a new, parallel world. With the best tourist places to visit in Nainital, the transition to scenic splendour of the likes of the place is a treat to the senses, a characteristic balming bliss of an experience that one can only understand through live experience.

No wonder then that the Kumaon Himalayas are regarded as “devbhoomi” ( land of the Gods), a divine manifestation of the most intricate natural laws, working for millennia, to carve out the perfect cradle in the arms of the lofty peaks, who remain standing as sentinels, offering solace and inspiring awe in humanity. Nainital’s appeal comes across as no less than a dreamscape. The British elites had used the location as a retreat during the harsh summers of the Indian mainland once upon a time, and the tradition remains alive for native Indians, as well as our foreign guests to this day.

With the changing climatic patterns ushering in harsher summers, Nainital as an easily accessible and highly affordable getaway vacation spot appears as no less than a prayer answered. With the best tourist places to visit in Nainital, the Naina Devi temple, St John in Wilderness, Hanuman Garhi for the pious ones, Mall road market,Tibetan market for the spendthrift ones, Naini Lake, Nainital Zoo, Jim Corbett National Park, Snow Viewpoint for the nature and adventure lovers, Nainital has a very inclusive agenda in terms of provisions - there is something for everyone.

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Ghorepani

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Nayapul

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Dharan Bazar

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Almora

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If you want a perfect refuge from your hectic busy life, head towards Almora. A picturesque hill station in the lap of nature with lush greenery in the divinely beautiful state of Uttarakhand, yes, it is Almora. Situated in the Kumaon region of the Himalayas, Almora takes pride in its natural beauty. Also known as the Town of Temples, a famous Hindu Temple is situated in the heart of the town, called Nanda Devi.

The beautiful places that you should pay a visit in Almora are temples like Nanda Devi temple, Patal Devi temple, Maa Dunaguri temple, etc., and few other astounding sites. You can hire a taxi for sight-seeing.

Almora has a lot of hotels and resorts where you can stay comfortably. A few of them are Hotel Bhagwati Palace, Khim’s Guest House, Binsar Resort, Khali Estate, etc. If you are a foodie and wondering what and where to eat, there are some really great restaurants offering finger licking foods and some suggestions for you are Lali’s Inn and Restaurant, Kasar Rainbow Restaurant, Essence of Nature, Dolma Restaurant, etc. You should definitely try singauri, ginger tea and choklate in Almora.

If you love shopping, you should definitely visit the street side markets in Almora. The Chowk Bazaar sells some premier quality angora wool garments. Copperwares are also sold there. Another market where you will get a lot of good things to take home is the Lal Bagh Market.

The nearby tourist destinations that you can visit from Almora are Kathgodam, Nainital, Chaukori, Binsar, Kausani, Ranikhet, Saltakhet, Bageshwar, etc.


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Pokhara

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Pokhara City is one of the most popular tourist places in Nepal. It is also one of the second largest cities in Nepal. It lies in the Annapurna mountain range and has many places to see and offers numerous outdoor activities including the Everest base camp trek. You can take an adventure trip to this city and also enjoy sightseeing at this place. After visiting Kathmandu, people visit this place as it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Nepal. For its scenic view, of the lush green, golden and silvery shadow of sun and moon on the mountains, pristine lakeside river, it is a haven for trekkers and adventurers.

You can take a holiday at the foothills of the Annapurna Mountains in Pokhara city and enjoy taking walking and trekking trials in and around the city. You can also go mountaineering, shopping in the streets and bazaars of Pokhara City, get the spectacular view of the vegetation and the landscape view of the city. There are many places of eatery, clubs, and bars sprawling the streets of the city. This is the place where you can relish complete recreational activities. Visit lakes, temples, historical monuments, and places of amusement when you visit this city.


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Bharatpur

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Tourist places in Bharatpur have always been rejoiced with love whenever visited by tourists since Bharatpur is all architecture and has all things of sheer bliss and beauty.Bharatpur, a city in Rajasthan has been christened with different titles since the time it came into being.

Historical folklores talk about how it got its name after Ram’s younger brother Bharat during the ruling times of Matsya Kingdom around 5 B.C. Since the time of its foundation this princely city has been adorned with innumerable forts and palaces that form the city line, and as time progressed it also got its name as being the ‘World’s most fascinating bird reserve’.

Tourist places in Bharatpur include a lot of places for bird lovers. These places are best to be visited all around the year mostly during winter season as a lot of birds migrate around the same time. In short, there is a plethora of tourist places in Bharatpur.

If you are a person who adores intelligent architecture, then Bharatpur will astonish you every time you visit a fort or a palace. Places here are a fine blend of Rajput and Mughal architecture with exquisite floor and roof work which makes you wonder as to how during ancient times people created marvels with no help from technology. That’s not all, every palace and fort has been constructed in such a way that handles weather changes intelligently.

There’s a stunning garden town known as ‘Deeg’, it consists of forts and palaces that adds to the beauty of this place. What’s more astonishing is that this whole place is surrounded by moats and getaways. Apart from that, Tourist places in Bharatpur also suggest places like Dholpur Palace which is famous for its locally quarried sandstone and temples like Kaman and LaxmanMandir which has been a spiritual destination for people all over the world.

Once you are done with the forts and the palaces you can then reach out to wildlife at Band Baretha wildlife reserve where you get to witness the elusive black bittern and over 200 species of birds. If you just want to focus on birds then Keoladeo Ghana National Park is the place for you to be. Considered as one of the world’s richest bird reserve this park is also the breeding ground for the rare and elusive Siberian crane.

The trip to Bharatpur doesn’t end here as there are hordes of activities also that one can do here. Apart from doing archery or rifle shooting the Maharaja style you can also do zip-lining, rappelling, Burma Bridge, heebie-jeebies, spider walk etc. You can also plan your trip to Bharatpur from Jaipur, Ajmer or Alwar which are 185kms, 318kms and 103kms respectively, where the day trip to Bharatpur costs 5800/- INR (91 USD).

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Singu Chuli

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Corbett

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Located in the district of Nainital, Corbett National Park is a perfect place for nature enthusiasts and wildlife lovers. Named after the renowned British-Indian hunter and tracker-turned-conservationist, the tourist places in Corbett National Park have a mystical status when it comes to wildlife holidays in India. This oldest national park in India is home to abundant flora and fauna and promises to offer quintessential experiences through its safari. The popularity of Corbett national Park is due to the presence of Royal Bengal Tiger in abundance and the captivating landscape for the delight of nature lovers.

Not only wildlife, the park has a good population of bird species and is quite known for fishing and angling as well. Also, with so many wildlife resorts, it’s loved by luxury travellers. Situated on the foothills of Himalayas, this ‘Paradise of Tigers’ is the key to escape from the vivid city lights and constant traffic roar. A Jim Corbett tour will take you on an adventure through lush green hills, reverie belts, water holes and 521 sq km of abounding animal and plant kingdom.

For better administration and tourist flow, Jim Corbett has been divided into six tourism zones, that attract thousands of foreign and Indian visitors every year. When we speak about the tourist places in Corbett, Dhikala zone is the largest and is highly recommended for wildlife enthusiasts as it is home for many animals, primarily tigers. Bijrani zone is also very popular among tourists and is easily accessible from Ramnagar, so is Jhirna. Durga Devi, another prominent zone is known for bird watching. Even though Sitabani zone doesn’t fall under the Corbett Tiger Reserve area, it’s an ideal place to be visited and is adored by nature lovers due to its serene ambience.

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Lo Manthang

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Birgunj

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Lohajung

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Garhwal

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Garhwal holds major prominence in Uttaranchal and its amazing districts are some of the most stunning places for traveling purposes. The iconic spots in Garhwal- Pauri, Chamoli, Haridwar, and Tehri are known for their irresistible surroundings and plush beauty.

Snow-capped mountains blended with the luscious green shrubs illustrate the glorious essence of this place in the most eloquent way possible. The hospitality of the Garhwali people would harmonize your soul. The modesty and charm of the people are quite renowned in all parts of the country.

Garhwal is also a paradise for all the trekking enthusiasts who prefer the most alluring places for vacations. Nag Tibba in Tehri Garhwal is one place that offers majestic views and convenient trekking paths for an experience to cherish. Covered with the soothing essence of Deodar trees, this place certainly seems to be a gateway for paradise!

Har Ki Doon is another scenic beauty that would make you feel like you are in heaven. The stunning snow-covered mountains here make it amongst the most picturesque locations in India. It is ideal for some enthralling snow activities. Trekking at such a pristine place should be in the bucket list of every traveler.

Another location called Chaukhamba viewpoint is one such place you would not want to miss out on your trip to Garhwal. The stunning panoramic view would certainly grace your soul and fill you with unforgettable memories.

Pauri Garhwal and Tehri Garhwal are some of the most exotic places in India, which hold many rejuvenating activities like River rafting, Trekking, and fishing as well. Thrilling fun of the river rafting would certainly pump adrenaline rush throughout your body.

Challenge your physical limits by conquering the luscious peaks of Garhwal, go for a hike with your peers for the best moment of your life. For a chilled out day near the shores of Nayar River, fishing would be an ideal way to sum the most incredible trip of your life.

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Noida

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Noida – the systematically planned city located not very far away from India’s capital is perhaps one of the most developed regions around Noida. Noida is actually short for New Okhla Industrial Development Authority and shot into lime light between the years, 1975 and 1977. This was time when the Emergency Period in India was essentially established and Noida pretty much has to give its existence credits to this particular phase.


Noida is considered to be one of the majorly developed cities due to several reasons. One of the chief reasons being – the city contributes the highest per capita income in the whole of National Capital Region. Moreover, Noida falls in the category of being one of the richest civic bodies in India. Noida is home to approximately 642,381 people as of 2014.


The interesting part about Noida is that even though it is severely developed  with gigantic urban and concrete establishments, the city still manages to have at least 50 per cent of the place covered with green. Due to this reason, Noida is also considered one of India’s greenest cities.


Adding to that is its achievement for being the best city in Uttar Pradesh. It is one of the best realty destinations and holiday destinations. As far as the tourism industry is concerned, people from all over the world travel to enjoy the great many and varied experiences this location has to offer. There are a plenty of hotels and resorts that ensure a good stay for the tourists.


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Lansdowne

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Thick oak forests, mesmerizing hills, and spellbinding views, there are numerous places to visit in Lansdowne which will take you a step closer to nature. A quaint hill station which is perched at an elevation of 1700 meters, Lansdowne brings to you a potpourri of attractions and memorable experiences. From trekking the treacherous trails of Lover’s Lane and exploring the vibrant streets of Lansdowne Main Market to visiting the holy shrines of Jwalpa Devi and Durga Devi Temple, there are multitude of ways by which you can quench your wanderlust in this snow-clogged beauty.

A town situated in the Pauri district of Uttarakhand, Lansdowne is well-known for its pine timberlands and rich history of Garhwal rifles. Apart from this, it has also enjoyed an undisputed attention of nature buffs for its exotic wildlife. Its close proximity to the Jim Corbett National Park makes it an ideal site for bird watching and nature walks. Here you can also get to see some of the beautiful wild creatures including tiger,sambhar, barking deer,hog deer, and porcupines. Hence, if you are planning a trip to Uttarakhand, don’t forget to pay a visit to these key tourist places in Lansdowne.

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Delhi

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Delhi, the capital of India is one of the perfect cities to enjoy the best of Indian culture. It is a city filled with must see landmarks, attractions and numerous other best places to visit in Delhi. It is a clean, neat and tidy city with wide roads.

However, the beauty of the city often gets hidden behind the awful traffic jams and exhausting climate, especially during the summer season. But despite all these factors, the city welcomes the travellers with some scenic views and deep history. There are many cultural attractions that depict Indian traditions and customs.

Since the city was designed by Britishers, you see the entire city as a symbol of British power. Having said that, this same reason also led to the establishment of various cultures and splendid architecture that can be witnessed in the city today. Delhi has extreme climates, so it is necessary to plan your trip according to your convenience.

You should try and avoid visiting this city during the months of April and June as the uncomfortable heat rises up to 40°Centigrade. Similarly, December to January experiences an extreme cold climate with cold snaps dropping temperatures down to zero. You may plan your trip anytime between February and March or October and November to make the most of it.

The New Delhi part is one of the liveliest areas of Delhi. Here, you can find the best city life with many restaurants, cafes, nightlife, and fancy attractions. Whereas, on the other hand, Old Delhi depicts a rather cluttered old style of living with small raw style houses, many bazaars and everything historic.

To take a better understanding of various parts of Delhi, you can browse through the best places to visit in Delhi, that are customized keeping in mind every need and choice. Explore Delhi at its best with us with our adventure, sightseeing, trekking, and many more tours.

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New Delhi

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While travelling and touring across India is an experience in itself, landing in the country’s capital and exploring it could prove to be an indelible memoir. A symbol of country’s rich past and thriving present, Delhi is a place where ancient and modern blends seamlessly together. Old Delhi, with its labyrinth of narrow lanes, old havelis, and colourful bazaars, gives you a glimpse of the past.

 

New Delhi, on the other hand, is a striking mix of conventions, political significance and engineering brightness. When it comes to tourist places in New Delhi, one would be spoilt for choice as there are various options to hang out or for sightseeing. There would never be dearth of tourist options.

 

With the myriad of places to visit, the tourist places in Delhi attracts lots of travellers worldwide. It won't just captivate you but will keep you astounded with its vibrant cultures. From historical landmarks to swarmed shopping centres and from Mughal patio nurseries to Delhi University grounds, this vibrant city is known for providing tourists exactly what they want. Let the glimpse of history touch your soul, political aura make you powerful and winds of north tingle your spine. Visit New Delhi once and you won’t regret it.

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Faridabad

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Jabalpur

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Gurgaon

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The financial and technological hub of India, Gurgaon is a place situated in Northern India near the capital city of India. Amongst the tourist places in Gurgaon, Kingdom of dreams is a must go place in Gurgaon which is the first live entertaining place of the country. It has museums, shopping malls and many places for sightseeing. It also has bird sanctuaries named Sultanpur National park which is a place to stay for many migrating birds. Nautanki Mahal and Epicentre are very traditional and entertaining events which take place in
the city.

 

It has routes in Bollywood also as famous Bollywood actor Rajkummar Rao was born in Gurugram which is situated near Gurgaon. The people of Gurgaon, belong to Hinduism and this the Hindu religion is strongly followed in Gurgaon. But it has not confined itself only
to Hinduism; it has Islam, Buddhism, Jainism, Christianity etc.

 

In order to dedicate respect to Guru Dronacharya, a famous temple has also been constructed and taken care of in Gurgaon. This place is called Sheetla Mata Mandir which is very famous and tops the list of religious tourist places in Gurgaon. Tau Devi Lal stadium and Nehru stadiums have been constructed to promote cricket, football, basketball, athletics and also football. It has so much interest in sports and games and that's why is also titled as “The heart of India’s golfing country.” Before planning a trip to Gurgaon, some of the pre-trip preparation should be done which is as follows:

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Chamoli

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Chamoli is one of the best places to visit in Uttarakhand to seek refuge from the harsh realities of the urbane life. It is situated at an elevation of 1300 meters above the sea level and is a swathe on the holy banks of the Alaknanda river. It is revered to be the birthplace of the revolutionary Chipko movement, and it offers the visitors a varied option for pilgrimage and adventure.

The city is full of the divine beauty of nature and soothing environment that offers the perfect retreat to the visitors. The alpine hills and rumbling creeks are extremely eye captivating and allure your senses with their scenic charm. It is extremely rich in its flora and fauna and is known to be a green haven on Earth.

Chamoli is a place where you can find the ethereal beauty of nature combined with the fascinating culture in profusion. It is home to many Hindu shrines and temples such as Gopinath Temple and Gopeshwar that offer divine bliss to the visitors. Vasundhara Fall is a bewitching waterfall in Chamoli, and its holy water is believed to wash away your sins. It would be best if you also visited Valley of Flowers over here that is a paradise for nature lovers.

This scenic hill station offers tons of enthralling activities to the visitors to immerse them into happy experiences. Trekking is one such thrilling activity over here that every adrenaline junkie must try. You can also enjoy a fun vacation with your family by having a picnic at the gardens and parks interspersed over here.

Chamoli experiences pleasant weather throughout the year, but the best time to visit this place would be between November to March when the weather is a bit warmer than the other months. During summer, the temperature ranges between 15 to 30 degrees Celsius. During monsoon, it experiences constant showers making the region prone to landslides.

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Manesar

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Joshimath

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Uttarakhand is abounding with beautiful places and one among them is Joshimath, the sacred town of Uttarakhand. Nuzzled with lots of warmth in the Chamoli district the town has its own heavenly aura.  Also known as Jyotirmath, Joshimath is those places where one of the Mutts was established by Adi Shankaracharya in the 8th century. It is also the winter seat of Lord Badri Whose idol is traversed from Badrinath temple to Vasudev temple here.

In the sacred town of Joshimath, you will be able to visit umpteen temples like Narsimha and Gauri Shankar. You can also witness the magnanimity of the sacred Kalpvriksha which is said to be more than 1200 years old.Joshimath is also a famous destination for mountain climbing trips, treks and many other thrilling activities for those who love to explore the unexplored. If you want to explore religion, spirituality and thrill all in one place, then visiting here is a good decision.

One of the prime attractions here is a temple dedicated to the mighty Narsimha who is considered as an incarnation of Lord Vishnu.
The government has also introduced the winter Char Dham Yatra in order to turn Joshimath into a major winter travel destination. Apart from being a religious hub, it is also a popular hill station elevated at a height of 1890 meters above sea level. Vishnuprayag where the two powerful rivers of Alaknanda and Dhauliganga meet overlooks the beauty of the town of Joshimath.

The famous gateway to trekking also has a valley of flowers located very close to it. The place holds immense religious importance and so is the activity area of thrill-seekers. There are many places in Joshimath which you can enjoy. The most popular ones are Ghangria, the Nanda Devi National park, Tapovan and all the temples located in the vibrant town.

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Alwar

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Once a forgotten city, Alwar today teems with numerous tourist attractions and flocked by travellers across the globe. There is no place for boredom as the sightseeing options, travel activities and tourist places in Alwar are plenty. One of the top tourist activity which a traveller must do during a visit to Alwar is embarking on a jeep safari at Sariska National Park. Deep inside the park flanked by gentle slopes and greenery, one can come face to face with Indian leopard, striped hyena, Indian jackal, chital, sambhar, nilgai, wild boars and more. It is a perfect holiday trip to indulge with friends and family. For adventure and daring souls, a spooky visit to the most haunted place in India, Bhangarh Fort promises to be enticing. Get lost amidst the ruined buildings at the fort and admire stunning architecture. In and around Bhangarh, there are the havelis, shops, temples, mosques and old streets that are best explored by foot or bicycle.

Some of the other popular sightseeing places in the city are Alwar Museum, Alwar fort, Siliserh Lake Palace, Sariska Palace and Bala Qila fort. Visit Sainthal dam to watch the wild crocodiles. For some adrenaline rush, take a banana boat or bumper tube ride in the Siliserh Lake. The other adventure activities that are popular and can be tried out at the lake premises include jet-skiing, pedal boating and crocodile sighting. There are many forts in the city that offers luxurious staying options. Neemrana fort for instance offers vintage car ride, multimedia tour, camel ride and other fun activities to make one’s stay more fulfilling and exciting. At Neemrana fort palace, enjoy the exhilarating ride down the mountain, on a zip line. The Flying Fox Neemrana enables one to enjoy a panoramic view of the Aravalli Mountains.

There are totally five ziplines operating at the fort, each taking you to different scenic routes in and around the location premises. To capture some good photographs and cool your heels, check out the Garbhaji Falls. A popular place among locals as well as tourists, the waterfalls cascade down beautifully. This place is located 7 kms away from Siliserh Lake and one can enjoy village life on way to falls. The best time to visit the place is in the month of July and August. For historical lovers, there is Government Museum situated at City Palace. The museum houses huge collection of historical swords, pistols, guns and canons, historical paintings and sculptures. All these places are the best tourist places in Alwar.

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Haridwar

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The ancient city of Haridwar in Uttarakhand has been a major Hindu pilgrimage site for centuries. Located where the sacred River Ganga emerges from the base of the Himalayas, it’s considered one of the 7 Sapta Puri. The Kumbh Mela, which is held every 12 years, is also celebrated here. The sacred city of Haridwar offers a colourful and fascinating blend of culture and offers the best tourist places in Haridwar. Being one of the seven holiest cities in India, Haridwar often bustles with devotees. It propitious location near the holy River Ganga has made it gain more popularity.

With the passage of time, it has become more than just a religious city, where people thronged to perform immersion of the ashes or took a dip in the water to wash away their sins. It has in fact evolved into Yoga, cultural and spiritual centre and has also become a prime hub for learning Sanskrit language The modern day, Haridwar is the reflection of the culture of India and thus offer much to its visitors. Here is the list of best 12 places that one must see in this holy city.

While religion plays an important role in Haridwar – many visitors are pilgrims and devotees – there’s more to this holy city. The cuisine is excellent and food lovers eager to try authentic Indian fare will find their palates satiated many times over. Travelers in search of yoga ashrams and centers hoping to improve their physical and mental health won’t be left wanting either. If you’re eager to experience the tourist places in Haridwar, read on to know the best time to visit, how to get here and where to stay.

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Kathmandu

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Lying in the magical realm of the Himalayas, Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal. Being the largest city in the country, the city has no dearth of tourist attractions to fascinate tourists with. People from all around the world visit this tourist destination to find peace and quiet. But, the most important factor that makes Kathmandu a major tourist destination in the region is that it is a part of the kingdom of Himalayas, which ensures a memorable holiday experience.

Kathmandu is a destination where you find peace and comfort which makes it a perfect destination for relaxation. There are resorts in Kathmandu where you can enjoy luxury amenities and all comforts at very affordable tariffs. Waking up to crisp breeze and fiery sunrises, ensuring a day filled with joy and ecstasy; and treating your eyes with magical dusks when the setting sun adds various tones to the sky – such experiences are not uncommon in Kathmandu. The fresh air and the refreshing greenery of the city are exactly what you need to rejuvenate your body and soul.

The city of Kathmandu has held within its ambit uncountable treasures for only explorers to unveil. Whether you wish to cover all the major attractions in the city during your visit or want to tread beyond the beaten path to explore the unexplored, Kathmandu has enough in store for you. Apart from being a place with rich natural biodiversity, Kathmandu also boasts a rich cultural scene with a perfect amalgamation of Buddhist and Hindu cultures. The spectrum of religious places in Kathmandu covers a number of Hindu Temples as well as vibrant Buddhist stupas. The presence of these marvellous structures in Kathmandu makes it a treasure trove of architectural masterpieces. Any architecture buff is sure to have some enjoyable moments in Kathmandu.

Since Kathmandu is located amidst Himalayas, you can be sure of witnessing some visual treats when you are here. Some of the most prominent mountains that add grace to the landscape of Kathmandu are Ganesh Mountain and Langtang Mountain ranges. However, if you move a little further to the nearby places like Nagarkot and Chisapani, you can even get to witness the mightiest of all – Mount Everest and trek to the Everest base camp. That is also the reason why Kathmandu can be found on any photographer’s bucket list, especially in Asia. It is, without a doubt, a scenic place and the landscapes that surround it are perfectly picturesque. Indulging in landscape photography here is definitely going to be a great decision for your Instagram handle.

Kathmandu is also a great choice of destination for adventure junkies as some of the greatest Himalayan treks have their trails lying close to the city. Just visit Kathmandu and embark on a journey of solace and self-discovery in the higher mountains where adrenaline-pumping action awaits you to fill your mind with thrill. However, the list of adventure activities in Kathmandu also covers various other activities like paragliding, boating, camping, and wildlife tours.

 The days never get too warm even during summers and the nights do not get too cold even during winters in Kathmandu. The city enjoys an elevation of 4,590 feet, which guarantees a pleasant climate throughout the year, making it an ideal destination for tourism at any given time. However, it is best to visit Kathmandu in October or November because during these months, the skies are clear, the landscapes become verdant and climate is perfect.


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Rishikesh

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Located in the foothills of Himalayas, on the banks of Ganga River, Rishikesh is among the most popular tourist destinations in India for all the good reasons. Rishikesh is famous for the divine, blue Ganga, river banks with white sand, lush green hills, ancient Hindu temples, river rafting and much more. With a plethora of places to visit in Rishikesh, it also offers numerous fun activities that make it so popular. This charming city in Uttarakhand is popularly known as the ‘World’s Yoga Capital’ as it is a prominent center for studying yoga and has many ashrams and meditation centers where one can learn and study yoga.

The most iconic element that makes Rishikesh such a significant place among tourists is the presence of Ganga River which is believed to be the holiest river according to Hinduism. There are numerous Hindu Temples and religious places in Rishikesh, making it a major religious center for Hindus in India. The city is among the most preferred weekend getaways near the national capital, Delhi. The distance between Rishikesh and Delhi is just 244 km which makes it an easy getaway destination for people seeking an escape from the wearisome atmosphere of Delhi. Except for being a major hub for adventure sports and spirituality, the quality that makes Rishikesh one of its kind is the scenic beauty and thick vegetation, adding a feeling of refreshment to its air.

Rishikesh receives a huge rush of pilgrims all round the year since it houses some prominent religious places for Hindus. Apart from that, Ganga River is worshipped by Hindus which makes the town even more significant – religiously. There are places to visit in Rishikesh that are believed to be directly connected to Hindu mythology. Among such places are the very famous Ram Jhula and Laxman Jhula. These are iron suspension bridges across Ganga River, and are among the most iconic landmarks in Rishikesh.

These bridges offer panoramic views of the river and the city. Some of the most revered religious sites in the city houses are Swarga Ashram, Triveni Ghat, Tera Manzil Temple and many more such places which are frequented by hundreds of thousands of Hindu devotees every year. Rishikesh is also home to a number of yoga ashrams. Parmarth Niketan is a major spiritual center facilitating yoga. The Beatles Ashram is a star attraction in Rishikesh, famous for its Beatles graffiti and artwork. The Ashram got its name from the famous pop band, The Beatles who visited the ashram in the ‘60s. Rishikesh is a delight during major Hindu Festivals.

In case you religious places do not interest you that much, Rishikesh has much more to quench your wanderlust than just Hindu temples. You can visit Marine Drive in Rishikesh which is a famous spot among youth where you can indulge into adventure activities and enjoy the scenic beauty of Ganga River flowing through the city. Rishikesh also has a treat for nature and wildlife lovers in the form of Rajaji National Park. This national park, spread over a vast region of 820 sq. km, offers you an opportunity to witness tigers and elephants, among many other fauna species, in their natural habitat. A safari in the dense jungles of this park is an unforgettable experience.

The list of things to do in Rishikesh does not end at just temple visits and river rafting since there is a lot more you can do on your trip to Rishikesh. There are more than a couple of factors owing to which Rishikesh has earned a reputation as one of the major tourist destinations in the country. One of those factors is, of course, river rafting. The river rafting in Rishikesh is so famous that Rishikesh has almost become synonymous to river rafting, and has earned heavy popularity among adventure enthusiasts during past few years. Indian and foreign tourists visit Rishikesh in great numbers, and in most cases, what brings them here is the desire to experience the thrill of river rafting in the rapids of Ganga River.

Except for the monsoon season when it rains heavily, river rafting can be enjoyed here all year long. What makes river rafting here even more fun is that there are different stretches for rafting, and each stretch has a different level of thrill involved. Besides river rafting, there are some other adventure sports in Rishikesh like Bungee Jumping, Giant Swing, Trekking, Camping and Rappelling. On your trip to Rishikesh, you can also enjoy the unique experience of camping at scenic spots, beside the blue waters of Ganga River. Rishikesh has some amazing resorts that offer you accommodations on the river banks, from where the views of the river and the hills are just breath-taking.

Rishikesh, being a gateway to the Himalayas, also serves as an excellent base station for many exhilarating treks that can be taken from here. Some of the most recommended treks that you can take from Rishikesh are Roopkund Trek, Valley of Flowers Trek, and Nag Tibba Trek. Though there are other thrilling options, too, that make Rishikesh a trekker’s paradise. It is not surprising that with such a wide array of exciting adventure activities, it is growing as a major adventure hotspot.

Rishikesh is among those rare gems of the places which are fun irrespective of whom you visit the place with. Whether you want to spend your time relaxing, breathing in the refreshing air on the banks of the river, you want to indulge into exciting adventure activities or you want to bring peace to your soul by meditating, Rishikesh has so much to explore.

The climate of Rishikesh is the pleasant type, so it can be visited during any time of the year. However, rafting is closed during monsoon due to heavy rainfalls and summer months mark high temperatures, so visiting Rishikesh between May to mid of September can be avoided. To experience the best of Rishikesh, visit between late September to November or in March-April.

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Shivapuri

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Badrinath

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Amongst the four holy “Dhams” of Hindus, Badrinath is famous for its temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Situated along the banks of the Alakananda River in Uttarakhand, Badrinath has a very peaceful and idyllic vibe throughout the city. From great tasting vegetarian food to long trails covered with snow, Badrinath is a place you must definitely visit for an experience of a lifetime. 

Located at an elevation of almost 10,170 feet above sea level, the breathtaking city of Badrinath lies between the Nar and Narayan mountain range in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. This popular pilgrim destination attracts thousands of tourists every year.

While some of these are pilgrims, others are simply tourists who wish to explore the city. It is also one of the most scenic places in the state, surrounded by several gushing rivers and snow-capped mountains on all sides.

Other than the famous Badrinath Temple, the city has many places which one should definitely visit whilst on a holiday here. One such place is the Tapt Kund. It is a natural thermal spring, wherein the water has medicinal properties.

You can also visit Neelkanth, a place which is covered with snow all year round. The Nanda Devi National Park is also located here in Badrinath, where you can catch a glimpse of several rare and exotic flora and fauna. You can also visit Mana, located at the Indo-China Border, and enjoy a cup of tea at the last shop here. 

Some of the activities which travellers can enjoy in Badrinath are skiing, trekking, and camping among others. You can also trek to the base of the Nilkantha Peak, which is said to receive the first rays of the sun every day at dawn and offers a splendid backdrop to Badrinath Temple.

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Dausa

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Dausa also known by the name Devanagari is a city located in the Dausa district of Rajasthan. It is situated approximately 55km away from the main city of Jaipur and serves as the administrative headquarters of the Dausa district. Dausa is such a popular holiday destination that most visitors usually include this place in their tourism package while visiting Rajasthan.


The city of Dausa has much legend and history lying behind it. Several stories even go on to explain how during the 10th century AD, well-known rulers such as the Chouhans and Badgurjars while ruling over Rajasthan, claimed Dausa as the first capital of the state. Dausa clearly held much political importance at that time and it still holds the same position even today.


One of the best parts about Dausa is that the city is surrounded by Mahadev from all give directions namely Nilkanth, Sahajnath, Somnath, Baijnath and Gupteshwar. One of the major reasons why the place is also known by the word ‘Dhau and Sa’ is due to this situation. ‘Dhau and Sa’ literally translates to Swarg meaning heaven and Sa meaning Sundar.


The place is well known for many popular activities. The culture is typical to Rajasthan and one will have the chance to experience an authentic rural life as well. There are several high-end hotels, resorts and restaurants that will not fail to fulfil your primary requirements of great comfort and good food. As far as convenience is concerned, it is well taken care of since the city is well connected with an abundance of local transport at hand. Moreover, the people belonging to this city are known for their friendly nature and simplicity – all of which will win your heart over.


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Tehri

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Thalaiya Sagar, Jonli, and the Himalayan peaks to the foothills near Rishikesh. It is the place where Ganga arrives in its original form at Devprayag, and River Alaknanda and River Bhagirathi also merge over here. Tehri is considered to be one of the holy districts of Uttarakhand where the pilgrims flock in huge numbers to seek solace and spiritual bliss.

It has some of the most scenic forests where you can witness a wide range of flora and fauna at its primal best. The calm and tranquil environment of this place offers the perfect digital detox to the tourists. Its hilly terrain and cascading rivers seem to be a slice of paradise on Earth.

The top tourist attractions that lure travellers over here are the Tehri Dam that is Asia’s largest and highest dam. Chamba is another popular destination over here that offers a scenic view of the Himalayas, and it also provides a breathtaking view of the Bhagirathi river. Devprayag is a sacred spot over here that is meant to be the holy confluence of two sacred rivers, namely Bhagirathi and Alaknanda.

You can try tons of enthralling activities over here like trekking and rock climbing to raise your adrenaline level. River rafting is another popular activity here that the tourists can genuinely enjoy at Tehri lake. You can also try boating over here to immerse into the scenic vistas of this beautiful city.

Tehri experiences tropical weather all year round, and the average annual temperature over here is around 15.3 degrees Celcius. Summer(March to May) is the peak season to visit Tehri as the weather remains quite pleasant during this time of the year. During winter, the temperature ranges from -10 to 10 degrees Celsius.

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Sawai Madhopur

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Want to visit a place which is subtropical, traditional, and historic and also the one which has natural things, visit SawaiMadhopur and you will experience the best of the tourist places in Sawai Madhopur. Situated in Rajasthan, to its north lies Banas River, to its east, lies the Parbati River. This place itself is situated to the southeast of Jaipur. Don’t visit here during summers and also not in winters. The city experiences up to 49 degrees Celsius during May and June while the lowest temperature occurs between December and January, down to 2 degrees Celsius. So ultimately, November to May becomes the ideal tourist season. The tourist places in Sawai Madhopur are as follows:

The Ranthambore National Park is the famous national park. It has a variety of animal species which are taken utmost care by the authorities. Many species of animals and birds like Nilgai, sloth bears, hyena, chital, wild boars can be found here. The park here is also mesmerizing as it has three beautiful lakes, namely, Raj BaghTalab, Malik Talab and PadamTalab. Then there is a temple named as ‘Chamatkar Temple’. It has a very interesting story behind its construction. It is assumed that whatever is asked in front of God, the wish is fulfilled definitely. Ranthambhore Fort, Chauth Mata Temple, Khandar Fort etc are the other tourist attractions of the city. These all are mentioned in tourist placesin Sawai Madhopur. SawaiMadhopur is a place which offers a lot of variety in terms of nature and wildlife.

It has spell bounding options for sightseeing, biking, walking, jeep safari, camping, day outs, night outs and much more. It is completely adventurous cum religious place. Once visited, a person can never forget the astonishing experience ho goes through. This place suits every age group as it has an offering for each one of them. Come on plan a trip to SawaiMadhopur. It can be with family, friends or even with your BAE. Once you are done visiting SawaiMadhopur, you can also visit nearby places which are no less lavishing and entertaining. New Delhi, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Gurgaon, Mount Abu, Pushkar and many more places are some of the best places available. It is surrounded by Aravalli and Vindhya hilly range. It has been listed in the UNESCO’s most heritage sites as well. One should definitely visit this place once.

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Kedarnath

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Kedarnath etymologically translates to ‘Lord of the Field.’ It is a dainty town in Uttarakhand and is an ancient pilgrimage site. It is popular for the Kedarnath Temple, and according to mythology, it was built by the Pandava brothers from the Mahabharata.

The temperature in Kedarnath varies from -2 to 28 degrees Celsius. The best time to visit this hill-station is either from May – June or September – October. If you are a pilgrim going to the site of Kedarnath Temple, then avoid visiting the temple during winters (November – March). Due to the decrease in temperature and heavy snowfall, the temple stays shut during this period. Since monsoons (July – August) come with the hindrance of landslides, visits to Kedarnath are avoided during this time as well.

If you are visiting the Kedarnath temple, then you must visit the Bhairavnath Temple, located at a distance of 500 meters from there. The temple enshrines an incarnation of Lord Shiva, Lord Bhairav. Perched atop a hill, it offers a magnificent view of the Himalayan ranges with mesmerizing beauty.

Apart from the Kedarnath Temple, there are several other tourist attractions in Kedarnath. One such attraction is Vasuki Tal, a lake built at an altitude of 4135 meters. It requires a moderate to difficult trekking experience and is a haven for trekkers.

You must have heard of the Adwaita philosophy propounded by Sri Shankaracharya. Kedarnath has another historical shrine known as the Shankaracharya Samadhi. It is said that Sri Shankaracharya attained Nirvana at the age of 32 at this place.

Sonprayag here is known to be the place where Lord Shiva got married to Goddess Parvati. It is also the confluence of the rivers Mandakini and Basuki. Surrounded by snow-capped mountains and frosty trees, Sonprayag is a cultural-historical site of attraction. Do keep in mind that Kedarnath is mostly cold throughout the year, so pack warm clothes.

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Kanatal

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Located in Uttarakhand, to the north of India, Kanatal is a hill station frequented for its pristine beauty and adventure activities. The scenic destination is in close proximity to major tourist destinations like Delhi, Mussoorie, Chamba, and Rishikesh, which makes Kanatal the perfect weekend getaway for locals and tourists alike! Given that the town is perched at a height of 8500 feet above sea level and is resplendent with the magnificent Himalayas and deep valleys, it is undoubtedly a piece of paradise for photographers and nature lovers. But that’s not all there is to Kanatal. 

The hill station offers some wonderful sightseeing, like the historic Surkanda Devi Temple which weaves with it a tale of Lord Shiva and Goddess Sati. A trek to this beautiful attraction is a must, especially when it snows and the hill station is a vision in white! The Kodia Forest and the Eco Park are must-visits too, especially if you enjoy lounging in the lap of Mother Nature and are an animal enthusiast. You’re sure to spot some wild boars and goral here. When making your way around the town, don’t forget to stop by and admire the allure of the Tehri Lake too.  

If you’re looking for exciting activities, Kanatal is the place to be. Right from the local Tehri Lake which offers boating on its calm waters amidst lush greenery, to New Tehri which is home to an unmissable jet-skiing experience, Kanatal has a host of adventures to look forward to. Most tourists flock here to experience pleasant camping trips, bird watching and star-gazing, and trekking to picturesque destinations. A short distance away is Shivpuri, popular for river rafting.

The mystical magic of Kanatal is truly witnessed at the onset of winter when the festival of Dussehra coincides with the snowfall. The celebrations are worth being a part of, and the chilly weather makes for an exemplary holiday experience!

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Dhanaulti

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Dhanaulti is a sleepy, little town that sits on the Chamba-Mussoorie road, at a staggering height of 2,250 metres above sea level. Dhanaulti’s elevation  means that you can enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding Himalayas from almost any point and the weather remains pleasantly cool at almost all times. The landscape of the place is defined by virgin forests with towering trees of deodars, oaks and rhododendrons. A short walk away from the town centre is sure to lead you to quaint meadows, dense jungles and gurgling streams.

Albeit small, Dhanaulti has a strong cultural presence and you will be able to spot locals wearing traditional clothings and headgear. Here, you can enjoy traditional garhwali food and buy local hand-made goods and souvenirs. The place is also dotted with several temples and forts that date back to different eras in history and are a great way of finding more about the Dhanaulti and its place in the pages of history. Dhanaulti is dotted with several resorts and camping sites which offer a plethora of accommodation options. When here, you can enjoy the mesmerizing views of the forest from the window of a luxury resort or choose to sleep under the stars in a tent.

There are several places that offer adventure activities that take you skywalking through the peaks, trekking in the forests, climbing mountain faces and sledding down slopes! You can also try your hand at ziplining, biking or rappelling!  If you are not much of an adventure enthusiast, you can spend your time in Dhanaulti enjoying spa treatments, playing golf, reading books while lazing on a hammock or taking leisurely strolls through jungle roads. Dhanaulti also has potato farms that stretch for miles where you can go horse riding!  Apart from these, the apple orchards at Dhanaulti grow a variety of apples and you can spend an entire day walking through these orchards, apple-picking and enjoying delicious apple-based recipes.

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Dehradun

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When one speaks about a family vacation, the first few things that strike one’s mind are green trees, blue skies, chilly weather, great food and a place where you can forget all your woes and calm down. This holiday destination is among those that fall under the category of delivering this experience to its visitors.

Lying at the foothills of the Himalayas, Dehradun which is the capital of Uttarakhand is known for its beautiful climate and the lovely landscapes it encompasses. One of the most astonishing facts about this place however, is that it is also one of the most important education hubs in the whole of India. How a place so small and petite be able to give a tough competition to other financial sectors of India is truly unimaginable.

Dehradun lies in Doon Valley which is located on a varying height of approximately 410m. The region is especially known for its climate. While one will experience a pleasant cool weather in Dehradun, the city is often times referred to as the ‘Rainy city of India’ due to the continuous rainfalls especially during monsoons.

Dehradun is the capital of Uttarakhand. In the recent years – there was a sense of construction boom that took place wherein endless residential property emerged in the city. Modern buildings have gradually been constructed making up for the good portions of Dehradun.


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Mussoorie

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We do not need to describe Mussoorie because great author Ruskin Bond has already done that in his immortal novels and short stories. He used this amazing town and the tourist places in Mussorie as the backdrop of his stories and the natural beauty of this town has created many landmarks in the field of “nature’s romanticism.”
If you are in love with nature’s romanticism and follow literature for that then the enchanting beauty of Mussoorie is your wonderland waiting for you. Sir Sachin Tendulkar, the demigod of the cricketing world loves this place as his regular hideout in a great climate and pleasant city.

Located at the height of almost 1900 meters from the sea levels this landscape of nature has become a paradise for the tourists with a passage of time. This advantage point of nature has a history dating back to
19th century when the officers of ruling East India Company developed it as a holiday paradise in the hills. Located at the distance of 40 Kilometers from the state capital of Indian state of Uttranchal, Dehradun, Mussoorie also won this moniker of being the “queen of the hill stations.” More than 15 attractions full of nature, religion and culture are at your disposal when you are planning a stay in Mussoorie Resorts. This hill station also serves as a gateway to the glaciers of Yamunotri and Gangotri and we can consider it as an ideal place to spend summer vacations.

The year of 1991 brought this town into the spotlight because of certain cultural events and movements of political celebrities. We can term this phase as the beginning of the modern history of "Mussoorie the tourism Destination." Now this hill station has become a modern town where nature and modern day amenities are developing a new eco-system of fun, frolic, and entertainment for all age groups and honeymoon couples in particular. With
passage of time, Mussoorie has also become an educational hub because of the presence of some premium educational institutes and convent schools. The presence of these tourist places in Mussoorie also added a youthful spirit in the ambiance of this hill station.

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Uttarkashi

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The quaint town of Uttarkashi is situated in Uttarakhand, and it is considered to be one of the holiest cities in Hindu mythology. The entire town is full of divine heritage, breathtaking natural beauty, and a soothing atmosphere. It is also called as DevBhumi, and it is considered to be the gateway to Yamunotri and Gangotri pilgrimage.

It has some of the most breathtaking vistas of nature as well as challenging trekking routes that makes it the favourite destination of the hardcore trekkers as well as nature enthusiasts. The snow-laden hills, scenic valleys, and verdant alpine woods make it seem like a heaven on Earth.

The best places to visit in Uttarkashi are Kashi Vishwanath Temple that is considered to be an essential divine abode over here. It also houses the Gangotri Temple, where you can find a shiva lingam submerged in water. Nachiketa Tal, Gaumukh Glacier, and Dayara Bugyal are other scenic destinations over here that are an absolute treat to your eyes and soul.

Uttarkashi is an absolute haven for the trekking enthusiasts as it is interspersed with some of the best hilly terrains and scenic routes. You can also try mountain biking and mountaineering over here for an adrenaline-pumping experience.

Uttarkashi experiences four distinct seasons-winter, summer, autumn, and monsoon. Summer(March-June) is the best time to visit this destination as the temperature rises to around 30 degrees Celsius maximum. During the rainy season, many festivals are celebrated here, making it an ideal time to visit Uttarkashi. Winters are quite harsh over here, and the temperature even falls to the sub-zero level.

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