India's Uttarakhand for the Attentive Traveler.

Northern India’s Himalayan state of Uttarakhand boasts some of India’s most outstanding Himalayan vistas. Diverse wildlife with some 12-wildlife sanctuaries including India’s first national park, Jim Corbett Park. Over 85% of Uttarakhand is mountainous. 

A large part of which is covered by forests.

November through May are some fo the best times to visit.

Uttarakhand is also famous for it’s Hindu pilgrimage sites such as Rishikesh. A centre for the study of Yoga that was made famous by the Beatles’ 1968 visit. The city hosts the evening Ganga Aarti, a gathering on the sacred Ganges River that is certainly worth a visit.

The Valley of Flowers, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the upper expanses of the Ganges water-shed in Uttarakhand’s Gharwal region. Known for the variety and rarity of its flowers and plants. Speaks for the prolific head-waters of some of India’s most significant water-sheds are found here. The Yammuna, the Ganges and the Mahakali river are it’s major rive systesms. But also home to one of India’s high-test peaks, The Nanda Davi that stands at 7,780 meters.

Uttarakhand is abundant with tourism and eco-tourism activities. The state makes eco-tourism a priority honoring it’s rural tourism through community-based initiatives fascinated by it’s very own Forest department and Tourism authority. It’s easy to combine the best wildlife viewing, hiking, Himalayan vistas, bird-watching and even white-water rafting if you’re looking at challenging yourself to a more outward adventure.

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