Uttarakhand Tour Packages

Uttarakhand, also called ‘Devbhoomi’ or ‘Land of the Gods’, shares its boundaries with Nepal in the west and China (Tibet) in the north. Most regions of the state are covered with the Himalayan and Shivalik mountain ranges. It also has a rich abundance of flora and fauna, of which, the state is approximately 71% covered with forests.
From simple lifestyle, raw nature, incredible heritage, and rich wildlife treats, Uttarakhand has a charismatic vibe of its own. This natural gem has fascinated nature lovers, wildlife enthusiasts, and every type of traveler from around the world. Whether you’re an adventure seeker or looking for a pilgrimage tour India, this place has plenty in store for you.
The capital of Uttarakhand is Dehradun. This blessed land is categorized into two districts, Kumaon and Garhwal. The Kumaon district covers Bageshwar, Nainital, Almora, Pithoragarh, Udham Singh Nagar, and Champawat. The Garhwal district includes Haridwar, Dehradun, Rudraprayag, Uttarkashi, Tehri Garhwal, Chamoli, and Pauri. 
Just like any other state in the country, Uttarakhand has a distinguished set of festivals, craft excellence, cuisine delicacies, and spectacular attractions. It is also called the yoga capital of the world so you can plan a yoga tour India here with us. It attracts a massive number of pilgrims and tourists during the grand Kumbh Mela hosted here in every 12 years. This festival observes the largest gathering among other festivals of the country and hence, is worth a visit more than once!
How to Reach 
The best way to travel to Uttarakhand is to take a flight to Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi. Later, take non-stop 45 minutes to 1-hour flight to Dehradun (winter capital of Uttarakhand). You can then book a cab or taxi for the forward journey. If you’re traveling domestically, book a flight to Jolly Grant domestic airport.
If traveling by train, various trains run from Delhi, Punjab, Maharashtra, and Uttar Pradesh like Jan Shatabdi, Nandi Devi Express, and Doon Express, etc. If you want to be overwhelmed with the natural beauty of Uttarakhand, we suggest you drive here from Delhi via NH34 or NH7. 
Major Places to Visit in Uttarakhand

Haridwar and Rishikesh
Haridwar and Rishikesh are beautifully stretched along the banks of River Ganga. Haridwar is called the gateway to Garhwal Himalayas and Rishikesh is referred to as the Yoga capital of the world. These twin heritage cities are one of the top-listed attractions in our Pilgrimage Tours in India as the popular religious circuit, the famous Cham Dham Yatra is hosted here. You can explore both on the same day as these are located just 30 mins away from each other. You can take a flight to Jolly Grant Airport or hop on for a bus ride from Delhi to reach here. 

Chardham Yatra
The Garhwal region of Uttarakhand is blessed with four pilgrim spots that attract millions of tourists and pilgrims who seek spiritual peace. The four Hindu pilgrimage sites or Dhams are Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath. It symbolizes the holy journey of birth to salvation (Moksha). Our Char Dham tour will take you on an unforgettable pilgrimage travel in India that starts from Yamunotri. 

A hotspot for tourists of all kinds, Mussoorie is a hill station that offers spectacular views of the Dehradun valley, especially at night. It is an ideal hilly resort for leisure and honeymoon getaways. Its famous mall road is lined up with amazing food joints, Tibetan handicraft shops, colonial buildings and so much more. If you are lucky, you might spot the renowned author Ruskin Bond at the Cambridge Book Depot. You can reach here via a non-stop flight from Delhi or a train journey to Dehradun Railway station. You can then take a cab to cover approx. 34 km to reach Mussoorie in an hour.

Nainital and Corbett
Nainital is yet another hilly paradise located at an altitude of approx. 6,800 ft. This charming Himalayan town is named after Naini Lake where you can spot people enjoying the scenic nature on a boat ride. This beautiful gem of the Kumaon region in Uttarakhand is where you would find nature, spirituality, tranquility, adventure all in one place. 
If you aren’t short of time, a jeep safari at the Jim Corbett (65 km from Nainital) will add more fun to your holiday. The safari tours in India offer tourists the wildlife treasures of the country and Jim Corbett Park is one of the best getaways to experience it. Hop in for a jungle safari here to spot the endangered Bengal tiger in close proximity.
Best time to visit 
The best time for a trip to Uttarakhand depends upon your interest. If you want to visit for sightseeing, the best months are March to May, September, and October. The winter season, October to February is the best time for adventure activities like skiing, paragliding, and for the highly revered Char Dham Yatra. For a spiritually enriching experience, visit during the International Festival of Yoga hosted in Rishikesh during march every year.

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