Uttarakhand, also known as Devbhumi, is a Himalayan state in North India with unspoiled natural beauty and spirituality (or the Land of the Gods). The state, originally known as Uttaranchal, was carved out of Uttar Pradesh and is a region that not only has a breathtaking view of the Himalayas but also a cultural ethos that speaks of harmonious coexistence with nature.
Uttarakhand is a famous pilgrimage destination since it is the source of the Ganga and the Yamuna, two of Hinduism’s most sacred rivers. The Char Dhams, or Hindu pilgrimage sites, are located in Uttarakhand and include Gangotri, Yamunotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath. Thousands of people visit Uttarakhand each year to pay their respects to the Char Dhams.
Uttarakhand gives a look into an unspoiled and idyllic environment with oaks, birches, silver firs, and rhododendrons gracing the high mountain slopes. So, when are you visiting?!
Drive to Haridwar. Arrive and transfer to hotel. Check-in and relax.
Overnight Stay at Haridwar
After breakfast check out from the hotel and visit for sightseeing of Haridwar- visit Mansa Devi temple, Har ki Pauri Snan Ghat- Take a holy dip. Ganga Aarti- Ganga arti is unlike any other arti ritual held to worship the holy Ganges. The rituals are authentic and provide a highly soulful and peaceful experience. Later proceed to Mussoorie.
Overnight Stay at Mussoorie.
After breakfast visit for possible sightseeing like Gun Hill, Mussoorie Lake, Bhatta Falls, Kempty Fall, etc. back to the hotel. Relax.
Overnight Stay at Mussoorie
Mussoorie- Rishikesh (75 Kms)
After breakfast check out from the hotel and proceed to Rishikesh. Arrive and check in into the hotel. Later, the Evening visit to Triveni Ghat- Triveni Ghat is a confluence of three holy significant rivers of India, namely, the Ganges, the Yamuna, and the Saraswathi.
Overnight Stay at Rishikesh
After breakfast visit, Lakshman Jhula– The Lakshman Jhula is a famous hanging bridge across the river Ganga that connects two villages, Tapovan in the Tehri Garhwal district and Jonk in the Pauri Garhwal district. Ram Jhula.
Overnight Stay at Rishikesh
After breakfast check out from the hotel and proceed to Delhi for your onwards journey.
Yes, a lot of places in Uttarakhand witness snowfall during the winters. To enjoy the snow, Auli, Chakrata, and Dhanaulti are the top destinations in Uttarakhand.
Uttarakhand is famous for its handicrafts, Pashminas, woolen clothing, jams, pickles, honey and local wine.
Aaloo ke gutke, Kafuli, Phaanu, Baadi and Chainsoo are some of the most famous foods in Uttarakhand.
Uttarakhand is famous for its natural beauty of the Himalayas, beautiful temples, the Bhabar, and its savannahs. The Himalayas, sacred rivers, spiritual centers, and enchanting scenery are all part of Uttarakhand’s appeal. Uttarakhand is also known for adventure sports, a diverse range of flora and wildlife, a fascinating past written in archaic stones, and the humblest of people.
You can visit Uttarakhand any time of the year. In summer, the state’s mountains and meadows come alive with wildflowers and green carpets and treks are easy. You can also enjoy rafting and hot air ballooning in summer. From June to August, enjoy the unique beauty of the Valley of Flowers. In winter, expect dreamy snowfall and cozy warm evenings, and also snow adventures. In winters during January, February & March snowfall is seen as an attraction on the various hill stations & various snow-based activities.