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Uttarakhand (or Uttaranchal) comprises of the mountains of the Garhwal and Kumaon region, each of which offers plenty of opportunities for tourism, sightseeing, adventure, and wildlife. The interim capital and the largest city of Uttarakhand is Dehradun. For those who seek adventure tourism, Uttarakhand offers some incredible trekking, mountain climbing, and white-water rafting opportunities. Peak climbing enthusiasts can enjoy scaling the mountain peaks in Hathi Parbat, Nanda Devi, Chaukhamba, Kedar Dome and Bandarpoonch. Skiing enthusiasts also have a lot to explore with places like Auli being one of the top skiing destinations in India. And not to forget, Bhimtal, Mussoorie, Mukhteshwar, and Pithoragarh are the top places where you can enjoy paragliding. Pheww! That’s a lot, right? Well, you name it, and Uttarakhand has it all.
Yes, the government of Uttarakhand ensures a safe and comfortable environment for everyone.
Hindi is the primary language spoken in Uttarakhand and other less spoken languages include Garhwali, Kumaoni, and Jaunsari.
You can visit the major places in Uttarakhand in about 8 to 9 days and experience the true culture of this Indian state.
Yes, to enjoy the snow, Auli, Chakrata, and Dhanaulti are the top destinations in Uttarakhand.
January is considered as the coldest month in the state of Uttarakhand.
Uttarakhand, or also called as DevBhoomi is well known for rivers as it is the origin of some of the most sacred rivers of India like the Ganga and Yamuna.
As devbhoomi means the land of gods, Uttarakhand has a rich history of so many Hindu pilgrimage spots, each having a unique story behind its origin.