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Welcome Uttarakhand
THE LAND OF GODS - Uttarakhand - the land of gods, the home of Himalayas and truly a paradise on earth, allures everyone from everywhere. The fresh air, the pure water, the chilling snow, the adverting mountains, the scenic beauty, the small villages, the simpler people and a tougher life style is what that distinguishes Uttarakhand from rest of the world.

Uttarakhand Tourism - Uttarakhand became the 27th state of the Republic of India in November 2000. Carved out of the state of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand mainly comprises the hilly regions of Uttar Pradesh. Uttarakhand borders Tibet on the north, Nepal on the east, the Indian states of Uttar Pradesh to the south, Haryana on the west and Himachal Pradesh on the north west. Uttarakhand has a cultured and colorful society. Uttarakhand blessed with magnificent glaciers , majestic snow-clad mountains, gigantic and ecstatic peaks, valley of flowers, skiing slopes and dense forests. Char-dhams, the four most sacred and revered Hindu temples: Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri are nestled in the Mighty Mountains.

Uttarakhand is also a treasure house of exotic flora and fauna and is an ideal location for eco-tourism, as well as wildlife tourism. The world-famous Corbett National Park is the pride of Uttarakhand. Other important sanctuaries are, Rajaji National Park, Govind Wildlife Sanctuary, Asan Barrage, Chilla etc in the Uttarakhand. Last but not the least, the rich cultural traditions and the cool and invigorating climate of Uttarakhand sums up for a perfect holiday destination to relax and unwind.
  Nainital Jim Corbett National Park  
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Nainital is one of the most beautiful places in Uttarakhand. It finds mention in several ancient texts such as ‘Manas Khand’ of Skandapurana. Then there is legend of Ma Sati’s charred eye falling here to form the Naini Lake, its name taken form the Hindi word Naina which means eye.Nainital is one of the most beautiful places in Uttarakhand. It finds mention in several ancient texts such as ‘Manas Khand’ of Skandapurana.More...
Ramnagar is well-known for being the gateway to Corbett National Park and attracts lot of tourist because of its geogrophical location. There are number of hotels and resorts in and around Ramnagar. The town was established and settled by Commissioner H. Ramsay in 1856-1884. Its proximity to Nainital, makes it even more popular. More...
 
  Ranikhet Cluster of Lake  
 
Ranikhet (The Queen's Field) has come to be known so because according to popular belief, this spot had won the heart of Rani Padmini, Queen of Raja Sudhardev and she chose this scenic spot to be her abode. To view nature, its elements in full harmony, the right place to be is Ranikhet.More...
The major attraction in Bheemtal is the Bheemtal Lake which has an island at its centre. Bheemtal is an ancient place named after Bhima of Mahabharata. Bhimeshwara Mahadev Temple, an old Shiva temple in the bank of Bheemtal lake, is believed to have been built when Bhima visited the place during the banishment (vanvas) period of pandavas. Naukuchiyatal is located 26 kms from Nainital.More...

 
  Kausani Munsyari  
 
There are very few places in the Himalayas which can compare with the beauty of Kaushani. As the entire Kumaon Hills have been known for their idyllic beauty with the huge mountains silhouetted against the sky. Kausani was originally called Valna. Kausani offers the magic of the deep pine forests and the majestic mountains. Kausani the birthplace of the famed poet Sumitra Nandan Pant is often referred to as the 'Switzerland of India. More...
Munsyari is situated in Pithoragarh district ofUttarakhand state at a height of 11500 ft. The distance is around 120 kms from Pithoragarh. It’s not much famous tourist spot but perfect and quiet well for tourism inUttarakhand. Once you reach there you will see a panoramic view of high peaks like Nandakot, Nandaghungti, Rambha, Shiplakot and Panchachulli.More...
 
  Chardham Yatra Hemkund Sahib Yatra  
 
Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath Badrinath together make the Char Dham, or the four major places of pilgrimage, which are the most holy spots in this abode of Gods. Situated at heavenly heights of more than 3100 meters, amid pristine glacial melt waters and heart-stopping peaks.More...
The Sikhs believe that Hemkund is the place where their beloved 10th and the last Guru, Guru Gobind Singh as Dust Daman was unified with God after prolonged meditation in his previous birth. Hemkund Gurudwara situated at an altitude of 4329 meters is the highest temples in India and highest Gurudwara in the world.More...
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