These are the hidden gems in Uttarakhand, where people can spend their holidays away from the crowd and close to nature!



Uttarakhand, a state in northern India, is known for its natural beauty and diverse landscapes. While some areas are popular tourist destinations, there are also many places that are away from the crowds and offer a quieter and more unique experience. Here are some of the least explored places to visit in Uttarakhand:

Chopta: Known as the "Mini Switzerland of India", Chopta is a serene hill station surrounded by lush green forests and meadows. It is the base for a visit to Tungnath, the world's highest Shiva temple.

Binsar: This serene hill station is known for its panoramic views of the Himalayas and wildlife sanctuary. It is a great place for nature walks and bird watching.

Lansdowne: A cantonment town with a laid-back atmosphere, Lansdowne is known for its old-world charm, natural beauty, and historical sites.


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Kausani: Known as the "Switzerland of India", Kausani offers amazing views of the Himalayan peaks, making it a peaceful retreat for nature lovers.

Pithoragarh: Situated in the eastern part of Uttarakhand, Pithoragarh offers a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountains and is the gateway to the Kailash-Mansarovar route.

Munsiyari: Located near the Indo-Nepal border, Munsiyari is a hidden gem known for its trekking routes, snow-capped peaks, and proximity to the Johar Valley.


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Chaukori: This lesser-known hill station offers breathtaking views of the Himalayas and the Nanda Devi and Panchachuli peaks.

Chamoli: While parts of Chamoli are famous, there are many remote villages and treks that offer a less crowded experience. The region is known for its spiritual significance and natural beauty.

Mukteshwar: A serene hill station with panoramic views of the Himalayas, Mukteshwar is known for its charming huts, gardens, and the Mukteshwar Dham Temple.