Uttarakhand is a mystical land with exquisite landscapes, snow-capped mountains, extensive flora and fauna, majestic rivers, exhilarating adventures, wellness, and yoga.
Uttarakhand is situated in the northwestern parts of the Himalayas. It experiences a pleasant climate, with heavy snowfall in the winters. People usually traverse this state in summer from March to June, and then in October and November. Some people even travel to this destination at the onset of snow.
Uttarakhand has its version of the Chardham Yatra, including the four pilgrimage destinations- Kedarnath, Badrinath, Yamunotri, and Gangotri. The famous Indian rivers Yamuna and Ganga originate in the last two locations.
Apart from these destinations, Uttarakhand also offers colorful sights with its famous Valley of Flowers. It also harbors 6 National Parks (Ex. Jim Corbett), 7 Wildlife Sanctuaries, 4 Conservatories, and 1 Biosphere reserve.
Uttarakhand is also a host to several adventure activities such as skiing, snowboarding, bungee jumping, river rafting, trekking, paragliding, etc. This state has a Pahari culture, evidently visible through the local attire, folk dances, and music.