Uttarakhand is almost entirely situated on the mountains of the gigantic Himalayan range. There are numerous hill stations in Uttarakhand offering serene environs, captivating views and salubrious weather.
Auli is considered among the best skiing destinations of India, it is situated in Chamoli district of Garhwal region covering an elevation from 2,519mts to 3,050 mts above sea level.
The Char Dham ("four abodes") is a set of four pilgrimage sites in India. Vaishnavite Hindus believe that visiting these sites helps achieve "Moksha" (salvation). It comprises Badrinath, Dwarka, Puri and Rameswaram. It is considered by Hindus that every Hindu must visit the char dhams during one's lifetime. The Char Dham as defined by Adi Shankaracharya consists of four Vaishnavite pilgrimage sites
Chopta is a picturesque hamlet which is still unexplored by travelers. Chopta itself offers splendid views of the imposing Himalayan range including Trishul, Nanda Devi and Chaukhamba. Morning view from Chopta is invigorating when the crimson rays of sun kisses the snow laden Himalayas
Located at a distance of 35 kms from Dehradun, Mussoorie is a wonderful hill station in Uttarakhand situated at a height of 2005 mts above the sea level. It is situated at the foothills of the Himalayas and is known as the Queen of the Hills. Mussoorie derives its name from the plants of Mussoorie or shrub mansoor which are available in large quantities in this region. The history of Mussoorie dates back to 1825 when a shooting lodge was constructed jointly by Captain Young, an adventurous British military officer and Mr Shore the Superintendent of Revenues at Dehradu
Known as the Lake District, Nainital is one of the most popular honeymoon destination in India. It shines as a glittering jewel in the Himalayan Mountains and is surrounded with lakes and nature's bounty