Uttarakhand Tour Packages


What is so special about Uttarakhand so that every Tourist wants to visit it? 

Uttarakhand is the land of the awe-inspiring Himalayas. Who can say no to this land of majestic snow-capped peaks, exotic hill stations and unending green jungles? Together, these offer you pleasant weather throughout the year, with slight variation in temperature from day to night, or even between seasons. Most of the state’s income comes from tourism and thus Uttarakhand keeps its gates open to all visitors all months of the year.

 

Uttarakhand has a lot to offer and is poised with beauty at every corner and center. With its magnificent aura, Uttarakhand has been a favored choice for travelers from around the world, who visit this mighty land for a life transforming experience. Here you can easily satiate all your adventurous desires; be it flying like a bird, cruising through the strenuous rapids of the Ganges, trekking to some of the fascinating peaks, skiing through some of the picturesque slopes enchanting destinations, enjoy the longest cable-car ride in India and much more. In short, Uttarakhand is a dream destination for all!

 

Nestled in the lap of the Himalayas, Uttarakhand is one of the most beautiful northern states of India that enthralls everyone with its spectacularly scenic landscapes. Charming hill stations juxtaposed against snow-capped peaks, quaint villages along winding mountain roads, serpentine rivers carving their way through the hills, world renowned conservation parks like ‘Jim Corbett Tiger National Park’ and ‘Asan Wetland Conservation Reserve’, world heritage sites like ‘Valley of Flowers’ and ‘Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve’, waterfalls hurtling down slopes and serene lakes shimmering amidst beautiful towns – that’s Uttarakhand for you.

 

Numerous sprawling parks speak of Uttarakhand’s continuous efforts to conserve its natural ecosystem; its rich culture and religious heritage ensures that it remains on top of everyone’s travel plan. It has been a favored choice for travelers from around the world, who visit this mighty land every year to attain salvation for a life transforming experience. 

 

The beauty & serenity of Uttarakhand attracts travelers of all age groups. You can't resist to visit Har ki pauri in holy city of Haridwar, being one of the most popular holiest place just 1 hour drive from Doon Airport

 

One of the many waterfalls that you'll cross while trekking in the Valley of Flowers. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is one of India's most popular treks in the Himalayas. Rich in flora and fauna of multiple kinds, the valley is at least a couple of kilometers wide and more than 10 kilometers long. To greet you with flowers of different colors, shapes, sizes, textures and smell. Make your plan now! Explore Uttarakhand with Sahyogmantra Tours.

 

What are the Different Tourist Circuits of Uttarakhand?

The state is divided into two divisions, Garhwal and Kumaon, with a total of 13 districts. The winter capital of Uttarakhand is Dehradun, the largest city of the state, which is a rail head. Gairsain, a town in Chamoli district is the summer capital of Uttarakhand.

There are different tourism circuits in the land of Kumaon.

  1. Vivekanand in Kumaon
  2. Lakes of Kumaon
  3. Jim Corbett Circuit
  4. Meeting Shiva Circuit
  5. Forests of Kumaon

Tourism Circuits of Garhwal

  1. Winter Chardham Circuit
  2. Shakti Peethas Circuits
  3. Mahabharata Circuits
  4. Panch Kedar Circuits

 

What is the Best Time to visit Uttarakhand??
Uttarakhand is one of India’s leading tourist destinations, with alluring landscapes, beautiful cities and numerous pilgrimage sites. Uttarakhand has tourists coming all through the year from across India and all corners of the globe. 

 

March to April and September to October are considered as the best time to visit Uttarakhand. The state has wonderful weather all through the year. The only time that Uttarakhand is uninviting is during the monsoon. The state receives heavy rainfall in the months of July and August and that can make traveling within the land a little difficult. But still Valley of Flowers is picture perfect during monsoon.

 

Uttarakhand has a lot to offer the eager traveler. You could be travelling alone or with your family, or it could even be a group of friends; you can be sure that your vacation in Uttarakhand will be possibly one of the best holidays of your life.

 

Peak Season (March-June):
Summer is the best climate to visit Uttarakhand. The weather is pleasant and comfortable, with temperatures not going beyond 35 degree Celsius during the day and never dipping below 20 degree Celsius. Summer brings out the beauty in Uttarakhand and you will find most tourists heading here.

 

Summers in Uttarakhand are cold and pleasant, making daytimes perfect for sightseeing and walking about. Plan your summer vacation to Uttarakhand between March and June.
Trekking, Paragliding and The Char Dham Yatra are the most popular activities during Summer, which is also the Peak Season in Uttarakhand.

 

Shoulder Season (October-February):If you like the cold, then head to Uttarakhand in winter. In fact, we suggest that you head there even if you are not particularly crazy about the cold weather – the beauty of the place will definitely convert you. Bundle up in your woolens to keep yourself well-protected from the low temperatures. Daytime will reach a maximum of 15 degree Celsius and in some places the lowest could go to up to 3 degrees Celsius. If you are lucky, you could experience snowfall too. 

 

Winters from November through February are perfect for rafting in Rishikesh and wildlife spotting in Jim Corbett National Park. The months of winter are icy cold with some regions even receiving moderate to heavy snowfall. This doesn’t cut them off from the rest of the country; on the contrary, this blanket of white turns them into picturesque locales that you just wouldn’t want to leave. October to February is the right time to take a winter break to Uttarakhand.

 

Low Season (July-September):
While the rain might seem unwelcoming, it does transform Uttarakhand into a lush-green panorama. The air is fresh and there is a clean look about the place. Be warned; the months of July and August will see Uttarakhand inundated with rain and it can upset your travel plans.

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