Uttarakhand is the northen Indian state often referred to as Dev Bhumi, being home to a number of pilgrimages and Hindu temples. Uttarakhand has a multiethnic population spread across two geocultural regions divided mainly into the Garhwal and the Kumaon. The food primarily consists of vegetables, with wheat being the staple food.
During your journey to Uttarakhand, you will visit vast forest areas and different species of plants and animals which are under different sanctuaries and reserves, with Jim Corbett National Park being one of the oldest and a major tourist attraction. Some of the popular hill stations in Uttarakhand include Mussoorie, Nainital, Ranikhet amongst others. Also as mentioned the state has a record number of national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Also famous for ice-skating, paragliding, rafting, skiing, Uttarakhand becomes a perfect holiday destination for an adventure tourist. The Valley of Flowers, a UNESCO World Heritage site is a major tourist attraction known for its different varieties of flowers.
Being the Land of GODS, Uttarakhand is very famous for the multitude of pilgrimages and Hindu temples spread across the state in Rishikesh, Haridwar, Kedarnath, Badrinath amongst others, which allure a lot of tourists from across the world.
The Best time to visit Uttarakhand is in summers from March to June, when the temperatures are between 20 – 35 degree celcius, which makes a pleasant weather to witness the awe-inspiring beauty that the state has to offer.