Uttarakhand, bordered by Nepal and Tibet, and shadowed by towering Himalayan peaks, is full of unspoiled natural beauty. It’s divided into two regions — Garhwal in the north, and Kumaon in the south.
Ancient holy places, forests and valleys, and an abundance of trekking options are some of the attractions that make travel to Uttarakhand worthwhile.It is truly a peace of heaven with its snow-capped peaks, mountain villages, flaming red sunsets, colonial homestays, comforting food, terraced valleys and traditional mountain hospitality.You will be able to witness the quaint rural villages with beautiful mountain views along with homemade mountain recepies passed down from generations.Soul Indian Journeys invites you to come and discover our unexplored and hidden gems in Uttarakhand.
Our colonial homestays stand as a testimony to the olden times in the midst of spectacular mountains.You will be fascinated by the many stories that will enfold upon you as you sit with your hosts over a cup of tea.Their homemade and finger licking food will make you want to ask for more.Ask them to accompany you to a forest/mountain walk and discover their very own “hidden secret” in the mountains.
Uttarakhand on the map:
Things to do:
- Trek in the mountains through Oak and Pine trees and terraced valleys.
- Enjoy the magnificent sunset of Kumaon Hills.
- Walk through the home-grown farms at our homestay.
- Stay in heritage colonial Bungalows in comfortable rooms with all modern facilities.
- Explore the many lakes of the Uttarakhand( including quiet secret lakes that are off the tourist trails)
- Walk and shop from the many local markets in Nainital
- Go for bird watching around the homestay.
- Enroll for a Kumaoni cooking class whilst staying at your homestay.
- Enjoy an outdoor barbecue with bonfire on a chilly winter night.
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Book our 7N/8D Uttarakhand package if you are keen to explore a state that is off the touristy trail and has breathtaking landscapes and warm hospitality.
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