Best Places to Visit in Uttarakhand

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    • The state of Uttarakhand covers nearly 53,485 sq. km, and is blessed with a number of magnificent glaciers, majestic ranges of mountains and the beautiful valley of flowers. The pull of the various historic temples such as Mansa Devi, Kedarnath, Chandi Devi, Rudranath etc. is the main source of tourism in this state. Uttarakhand has variations in climate, as it is predominantly hilly in terrain and also has certain regions which are in the plains.

      The climate of this state is tropical, with the summers approaching the land with a very high temperature, nearly 40’C. The best time for making a holiday trip to this destination is from the months of April and extends till the month of July.

      The state of Uttarakhand is also famous for its wildlife. It has a large number of wildlife parks and sanctuaries, which act as a captivating feature of this state. The famous national parks and sanctuaries such as Corbett National Park, Nanda Devi National Park, Rajaji National Park, Ascot Sanctuary, Govind Ghat Sanctuary and Valley of flowers are located in this state.

      A tour to Uttarakhand provides a perfect delight for tourists because of the tranquil picture which it showcases in their eyes. The state is segregated into two main divisions- the Kumaon division and the Garhwal division. The famous hill station Nainital, lies in the Kumaon division, which provides the glimpse of the scenic beauty of the various lakes and mountains. The Garhwal region, is blessed with the famous regions of Mussoorie and the temple town of Rishikesh, which are known for their striking beauty and attractive mountain ranges. Popularly known as the “Land of Gods”, Uttarakhand is a must visit destination for adventure enthusiasts and tourists alike.  

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