Uttarakhand Tour Packages

Uttarakhand Tourism, known as the “Devbhoomi” or Land of the Gods, is a captivating state in India that easily captures the hearts of visitors. The enchanting landscape features towering Himalayan peaks, sparkling streams, picturesque meadows, majestic glaciers, and serene lakes, making Uttarakhand a sought-after tourist destination in the Indian Himalayas. The state is geographically divided into two regions: Garhwal and Kumaon, each offering abundant opportunities for tourism, sightseeing, adventure, and wildlife exploration. With its sacred Hindu temples and extensive trekking trails, this North Indian state provides a unique travel experience where visitors can seek divine blessings while also engaging in thrilling adventure and recreational activities.

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Best Time To Visit in Uttarakhand

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Summer Season In Uttarakhand

The summer season between March and June in Uttarakhand is quite pleasant with temperature ranging from 20°C to 30°C.

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Monsoon Season In Uttarakhand

Monsoon begins from June and ends in September in Uttarakhand. The state experiences heavy rainfall during monsoons.

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Winter Season In Uttarakhand

Winter season in Uttarakhand is from November to February when the weather gets chilly and the temperature drops to sub-zero.

Best Places to Visit in Uttarakhand

Top 10 Most Visited Tourist Destinations of Uttarakhand

  • Rishikesh: Renowned internationally as the Yoga capital and a hub for spiritual, religious, and adventurous tourism, Rishikesh stands as one of the Himalayas’ top destinations. Drawing domestic and international tourists annually, it offers a unique blend of experiences.

  • Nainital: Among the top 10 most frequented tourist destinations in Uttarakhand, Nainital is celebrated not only for its picturesque Naini Lake but also for its diverse sightseeing opportunities and rich colonial heritage.

  • Mussoorie: Kempty Falls, temples, boating, Cable Car Ride, and Mall Road contribute to Mussoorie’s popularity, securing its place among the top 10 most visited tourist destinations in Uttarakhand.

  • Corbett National Park: As India’s oldest national park and the largest tiger reserve, Corbett National Park is a premier destination for wildlife enthusiasts. It’s renowned for providing one of the best chances to spot the Royal Bengal Tiger in India.

  • Valley of Flowers: Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Valley of Flowers is home to over 350 species of flowers and hosts exotic animals like the red fox and musk deer.

  • Auli: Auli ranks among the top skiing destinations globally and is a favored spot for skiing enthusiasts in Uttarakhand. Tourists can also enjoy camping and sightseeing in this breathtaking location.

  • Kedarnath Dham: Situated at 3,584 meters, Kedarnath Dham is a revered pilgrimage destination in Uttarakhand, holding significance as one of the 12 Jyotirlingas and being one of the Panch Kedars.

  • Haridwar: Har Ki Pauri, with its sacred ghats and purported foot imprints of Lord Vishnu, is a highly revered site in Haridwar. The evening Ganga Aarti is a major attraction drawing visitors from far and wide.

  • Chopta – Tungnath: Chopta, featuring the highest Shiva Temple in the world – Tungnath Temple, is a sought-after tourist attraction in Uttarakhand. Sightseeing, camping, and trekking are popular activities in this region.

  • Chakrata: Earning its place among the most visited tourist attractions in Uttarakhand, Chakrata captivates with its spectacular views, Tiger Falls, pleasant ambiance, and as a favored picnic spot.

How to Reach Uttarakhand?

By Air

By Air

Dehradun and Pantnagar airports in Uttarakhand connect the state to major cities of India.

By Train

By Train

Uttarakhand’s main railway stations like Rishikesh, Haridwar, Dehradun, Haldwani, and Kathgodam connect it to the rest of India.

By Road

By Road

NH 7, NH 109, and NH 707 connect Uttarakhand to the major cities of India.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Uttarakhand can be visited year round, however, since it is a Himalayan state, it is visited largely in the summer season i.e April to June. The winter season between October and March is ideal to visit for those who want to see snowfall. In the monsoon season (July to September), treks like Valley of Flowers and Hemkund Sahib open. In the rainy season, the Chota Chardham Yatra (Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri).


Yes, it is quite safe to travel to Uttarakhand in the monsoon season. However, it is recommended to check the weather forecast before planning a trip.

Uttarakhand receives snow between October and March.

Uttarakhand can be reached by best by all three means of transport – air, rail, and road. Dehradun and Pantnagar in Uttarakhand have airports connecting them to other parts of India. Rishikesh, Haldwani, Haridwar, and Dehradun have the railway stations in Uttarakhand connecting to all the major cities and towns in the country. National Highways 7, 707, and 109 connect Uttarakhand to many places in India.

The Chota Chardham Yatra usually begins from the end of April and ends in the month of October/November.

Yes, some treks require permits/permission from SDM Office, Forest Department, LIU Office etc.

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