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Dehradun UttarakhandDehradun, the capital city of Uttarakhand state is surely an enlightening city which is located at an altitude of about 2,200 ft. This city is situated between 2 most religious and popular Indian rivers Ganga and Yamuna. The reference of this city goes back to 250 BC. You will find the inscriptions of great grand Ashoka emperor on the external part of Dehradun. There are over 14 edicts that have been craved upon a rock. Moreover, this site evidences that Raja Shilvarma sacrificed 3 horses here. He belonged to the Vrisheri dynasty. Another true attraction is the sculpture of a bird along with a fire altar in the center. Great writings have been scripted on this sculpture which is made up of large bricks.

The best time to visit this place is all 12 months of the year. Dehradun offers celestial climate and rainfall with 2073.3 mm. The most appreciated and apprized tourist places of Dehradun are Santala Devi Temple, Kalsi, The Forest Research Institute, the Malsi Deer Park, Tapovan, Tapkeshwar, Lakshman Siddh, Yamuna Hydel Scheme Dakpathar, Sahastradhara, Robbers' Cave, Chandrabani, Tibetan temple, Lachhiwala - the famous picnic spot and RajaJi National park. The RajaJi national park is the proud owner of 315 species of avifauna and 23 species of mammals.


Almora UttarakhandAlmora is a wonderful place to conveniently enjoy the spectacular snowscape of the central Himalayas. Most of the days in Almora are flawless. Almost everyday the tourist can see almost every peak. Almora allows you to enjoy the mighty Himalayas together with ridge after ridge of hills.The terraced fields, the stone slatted barrack-like village houses have so far put up a valiant fight against the encroachments of urban expansion and unplanned development. Bageshwar and Sitalakhet are other places of tourist interest. Bageshwar is one of the main camping sites for the journey to Pindari Glacier, which is situated at a height of 3,820 meters.Sitlakhet is the new tourist resort on the Syahi Devi hill. Kafni Glacier is also close by(around 3,870 meters above sea level). On the banks of Gomti (a local river) Baijnath is situated in Garur Valley, is an idyllic place. It is famous for its 13th century temples. Jageshwar has Shiva temples and is on the Almora-Pithoragarh road and is situated in a densely wooded beautiful narrow valley.They are a marvel to see for their artistic beauty and craftsmanship. Jageshwar is among the 12-jyotir lingas in the country.

Chamba, Uttaranchal Hill StationChamba, Uttaranchal Hill Station

Himachal Pradesh has a very distinct population that is composed of ethnolinguistic groups of tribals and socials. Scores of ethnic groups have their home in Himachal Pradesh. Most of the natives belong to the Aryan origin while the people of Lahaul and Spiti district are essentially descendants of Mongols. Among all the natives hat reside in the various regions of Himachal Pradesh, you should see the people pf Kinnaur region, who are supposed to be very beautiful and have an extraordinary collection of ornaments. Himachal Pradesh has an intricately woven number of races, sects and communities. Come to Himachal to experience the real culture of Himachal Pradesh that has been fostered by these discrete people who live harmoniously on the same land.


Mussorrie UttaranchalAlso 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.


This hill station situated in the picturesque Kumaon region is situated around the lake Naini. Seven mountains or the Sapta Shring surrounds the city.Apart from its scenic beauty Nainital is famous for its scented candles. The hill station offers a wonderful holiday retreat from the hectic routine of the cities. The high-rising Himalayas, the tree-covered hillsides, beautiful walks and enchanting lakes mesmerize all the tourists who visit Nainital. Though overcrowded in summer, exploring this tourism resort in the off-season can also prove to be an interesting holiday. Travel to Uttaranchal to view the Snow View, a popular vantage point that offers an excellent view of the northern Himalayan ranges. The Naini Peak is a popular picnic spot and offers a panoramic view of the Nanda Devi and the mountains on the Tibetan border. Hanuman Garhi has a small temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. The State Observatory is located near Hanuman Garhi on the top of a ridge.

Chopta Uttaranchal Chopta

As the morning sun rises at a height of eleven thousand feet, the landscape emerges, changing colour with each passing moment. Grey first, it slowly transforms into orange from pale yellow. It's time to wake up and so the bird king of the high Himalayas, Monaal, takes a swift flight from the rocky outcrop into the valley.

While doing so, it greets its friends below with a continuos shrill call. and friends it has plenty - Musk deer, muntjac, gorals. Cautiously, they tread over the virgin snow, leaving behind an endless trail of footprints. Occasionally, they stop, lift their heads to catch a sign of the predator- Man or tiger. and once assured they are safe, they carry on.

Ranikhet Uttaranchal Ranikhet

Ranikhet is situated in the northern part of the state of Uttaranchal, located at a height of 1824 metres from sea level. The environment of this small hill station is attractive as well as peaceful. The place is full of ancient temples which attract devotees from all over the nation to do silent meditation. The place got its name by Rani Padmabati, the queen of King Sukherdev. She discovered this exotic land and decided to stay here.Ranikhet offers an excellent view of the Himalayan peak of Nandadevi. The Jhuladevi Temple is close to this town. Ranikhet can be visited through out the year but the winter is more recommended due to its snowfall.

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.

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