Uttarakhand is a Himalayan state in India. Due to the presence of various Hindu pilgrimage sites, the state is known as Devbhumi (Land of Gods). As a result, religious tourism accounts for a significant portion of the state’s tourism.
This state is a magical place of mountains and mythology, breathtaking landscapes and thrilling adventure, as well as wellness and yoga, has something for everyone. The state is bounded by the Himalayas and divided into two main sections, Garhwal and Kumaon. Explore the 13 lesser-known places from Uttarakhand’s 13 districts, including Nainital, Mussoorie, Corbett National Park, and Auli, as well as pilgrimage sites like Kedarnath, Badrinath, Rishikesh, and Haridwar.
The Char Dham Yatra, which literally translates to “travel to four centres,” is a popular tourist attraction in Uttarakhand. Badrinath (dedicated to Lord Vishnu), Kedarnath (dedicated to Lord Shiva), Gangotri (the sacred origin of river Ganga), and Yamunotri (dedicated to Lord Vishnu) are the four religious centres in Uttarakhand (the holy origin of river Yamuna).
Every year, the Char Dham Yatra begins in the first or second week of May. These dates are publicised around the country. The yatra is usually based in Rishikesh, which offers all of the necessary amenities for pilgrims and tourists alike. Pilgrims and tourists typically book their trips to all four places through local travel agents.
Official Tourism Website: https://uttarakhandtourism.gov.in/
Popular tourist attractions Cities in Uttrakhand:
Almora Auli Badrinath Bageshwar
Baijnath Chakrata Chamba Chamoli
Champawat Chopta Jim Corbett Dehradun
Devprayag Dharchula Gangotri Kedarnath
Mussoorie Nainital Rishikesh Binsar
Pithoragarh Ranikhet Nanakmatta New Tehri
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