Nestled in the Himalayas, the state of Uttarakhand is a perfect escape for nature and adventure lovers. Day hikes, trekking, river rafting, bungee jumping, and various more activities garland the itinerary of tourists here. Camping is preferable for many. People who love seclusion and likes to stay away from the hustle-bustle of fast-moving cities love to spend time here in the lapse of nature.
Rishikesh — The Yoga capital of India, Rishikesh, is a quaint town, a perfect blend of cultures and spirituality. Famous band of 1960’s Beatles stayed here and makes it a popular destination among the foreign nationals. One can come here and live in camps on the banks of Ganga. Camping here is a lifetime experience and if one likes to introspect then Rishikesh should be on the top of the place to visit. Adventure sports like Bunji Jumping, River rafting and others can make one’s stay exciting here. Many day treks and visits to places like Patna fall makes it a complete package for fun and adventure lovers. (Camping in Rishikesh…)
Deoriya Tal: Snow covered mountain peaks on the backdrop with crystal clear water in front gripped with forests all around is the enchanted beauty of Deoriya Tal. Situated at an altitude of 7800 feet, one has to trek to reach this serene beauty. After trekking, Camping makes the stay amazing and enthralling here. It offers a panoramic view of Garhwal Himalayas. And on clear sunny days, the lake offers the mesmerizing reflection of the snowcapped peaks which is a delightful sight for the photographers and nature lovers. (Deoriya Tal)
Bhimtal — Bhimtal is a lakeside destination which is less crowded and ideal for a family vacation and for love birds. The place is popular for Bhim lake the lake, where you can do boating and also go to the island in the middle of the lake. You can also go for a jungle walk, which offers you calmness and an ideal spot for bird watching.
Chakrata — Chakrata is between few km away from the state capital Dehradun. Here you’ll find yourself surrounded by pine forests. It is an ideal campsite for those who want to remove himself from the urban lifestyle. This place is popular for the tribe culture of Jonsar-Bawar, their handicrafts, natural scenic beauty, Himalayan peak, and if you want to flow adrenalin in your veins then you can go for rafting (in Yamuna river) as well. Whenever you have free time just grab the chance, which helps you to create some lifetime memories!
Har ki dun — Har ki Dun is trek which offers stunning views of untouched valleys within the remote lands of Garhwal Himalayas. This place is best for adventurous souls. Except for trekking, you can also go for camping, birdwatching, photography and village Tourism as well. It is accessible in both winters and summers but makes sure you are fit enough to conquer this trek. Because the overall trek distance is approx 50–55 km. Most people say that it is an easy trek but it is not as easy as it seems like because it tests your fitness, stamina, and never give up attitude.
Dayara Bugyal: Trek to Dayara Bugyal starts from the picturesque village of Raithal in Uttarkashi. The vernacular architecture of the village is the reminder of the traditional knowledge of Himalayan communities. The moderate trek of Dayara Bugyal offers breathtaking views of pristine Himalayas. And camping here at 11,000 feet is wonderful to experience for the trekkers. The meadow looks astonishing and grazing of sheep on Shepherd’s watch adds the feel of wanderer here. During winter the bugyal gets under a thick blanket of snow and it is the ideal time for the ski lovers to pack their bags and visits this paradise of Uttarkashi district.
Auli — Auli a beautiful hill station which has so much to explore. Stunning Himalayan mountains, a beautiful artificial lake, India’s one of the longest ropeway and of course for skiing. Camping here, under the million stars, is laterally the amazing experience. So don’t miss out, these fabulous chance while you’re touring this wonderful hamlet. (What you can experience in Auli)
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