Uttarakhand Divas: Spend holidays at these 5 offbeat places of Uttarakhand


On the occasion of Uttarakhand Day, you should know about some places where you will not get crowded and at the same time, you will get to see beautiful Himalayan instruments.

Uttarakhand has now opened its doors to tourists and it is certainly a good opportunity to relax after the lockdown. Previously, where we had to take Kovid-Permit to go to Uttarakhand, now its need has also been eliminated. Uttarakhand Day is celebrated on 9 November and this occasion we tell you about some special places of this state.

Uttarakhand is famous for its beautiful plains and hill stations, but let me tell you that there are some places in Uttarakhand that most people are not aware of and where there is not much crowd of tourists. Here we are not talking about the famous hill stations like Nainital-Mussoorie, but here we are talking about some places where you can relax.

1. Timeless beauty is Bisnar

Where is located- near Jhandi Dhar Hills in Almora district

Bissinger is a hill station in Uttarakhand which is arguably the timeless beauty. It is about 33 km from Almora city. There is also a Wildlife Sanctuary in Bisnar where you will feel very close to nature. Bisnar shows Nanda Devi, Himalayan peaks, Kedarnath mountains etc. very easily. Nainital is about 95 km from here and it is one of the most beautiful cities in Uttarakhand.

2. Chakrata city will enjoy the cantonment in the mountains

Where is located- Chakrata is 98 km from Dehradun

Chakrata can enjoy a cantonment area on hilly terrain. There are beautiful forests of pine bushes here and a very beautiful view of the Himalayan peaks is seen from here. If you are fond of trekking then you can come here. Many tours are also organized here for camping etc. In 1869 the British Army established its cantonment in the area.

3.India's mini Switzerland is Chopta

Where is located- Chopta is a part of Kedarnath Wildlife Century

From this area, you can see the mountains of Kedarnath very easily. There are many budget-friendly trekking options available here. This area of ​​Uttarakhand is called Mini Switzerland. There are many treks from this area to the Chandrashila hill, Panch Kedar temple etc. and if you want to get away from the urban congestion, seeing the beautiful plains of the Himalayas, then this is the perfect place.

4. The best place for backpackers is Khrisu-

Where is it located- This little honey is 19 km from Pauri

One can ride here for 12 hours from Delhi. This area is surrounded by forests, just a short distance you will find local temples and trekking routes. Do not forget to take your camera because from here you will get to see very beautiful views of the Himalayan peaks. Not many tourists come here, so if you are looking for peace then go here.

5. Munsiyari no less than Mini Kashmir

Where is located- This hill station is located in Pithoragarh district.

Munsiyari Hill Station is also known as Mini Kashmir. This hill station is completely snow-covered in winter and for trekking from here to Nanda Devi, Khalia Top, Kalika Pass, Chiplakot Bugyal and Birthi Falls. While visiting here you should also visit the Tribal Heritage Museum which will give a glimpse of the local culture here. If you like a little adventure, then this place may look best to you.

So next time you plan to go to Uttarakhand, you must visit any of these places.