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Garhwal Trek "Thank you for the amazing trek. It was, for sure, one of my life's greatest adventures. We were lucky to see the Snow Bear and to go through many villages. The beautiful mountains, the people and the organization were all good, but most of all I would like to say that without Dipen (Guide) this trek would not be nearly as good as it was with him! His experience, calmness and knowledge are great. Dipen is by far the best guide I have traveled with." Andreas Gleason, Vancouver, Canada
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WELCOME TO UTTARANCHAL
"Dev Bhoomi - the Land of Gods"
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Uttaranchal is one of the most beautiful and enchanting region of northern India. Nature has endowed this land with so much beauty and spiritual bliss that it is also known as Dev Bhoomi, the Land of Gods. Ganga, Yamuna and scores of other rivers originate in Uttaranchal. Among them Ganga is the most holy and prominent as she represents the soul of India- rich culture, history and civilization.

Uttaranchal is a 'paradise' for nature lover's and adventure sports enthusiasts. Mussoorie, the 'Queen of Hills'; Nainital, the 'Lake District'; Almora, the 'Switzerland of India'; Ranikhet, Pithoragarh, Pauri and Munsyari are just few highlights for the nature lovers. For adventure and excitement, one may choose Mountaineering (Bhagirathi, Chowkhamba, Nanda Devi Kamet, Pindari, Sahastrataal, Milam, Kafni, Khatling, Gaumukh), Trekking, Skiing (Auli, Dayara Bugyal, Munsyari, Mundali), Skating, Water Sports like rafting, boating and angling and Aero Sports like Hand Gliding, Paragliding (Pithoragarh, Jolly Grant, Pauri). The State is also a treasure house of exotic flora and fauna and is an ideal location for eco-tourism, as well as wildlife tourism. The world-famous Corbett National Park is the pride of Uttaranchal. Other important sanctuaries are, Rajaji National Park, Govind Wildlife Sanctuary, Asan Barrage, Chilla etc. Uttaranchal is broadly divided into two zones Kumaon and Garhwal.

Uttranchal consists of 13 districts (7 in Garhwal and 6 in Kumaon)

Garhwal Districts : Dehradun, Uttarkashi, Pauri, Tehri, Chamoli, Rudraprayag and Haridwar.
Kumaon Districts: Nainital, Pithoragarh, Champawat, Almora, Udham Singh Nagar, and Bageshwar.

BEST TIME TO VISIT - Round the year


The Himalayan foothills are just ideal for trekking, Hiking and Camping offering energetic out-door people a different and exciting option for a Adventure holiday. The Garhwal region of Uttaranchal are the most popular destinations for trekkers, Celebrated in Hindu mythology and religion, the Garhwal Himalayas are said to be the "Abode of the Gods". The river Ganges takes its source in this remote massif, at the sacred shrine of Gangotri, and rushes down to the plains in a torrential fury Garhwal trekking arranges trekking tours, mountain biking tour, rafting tours, Jeep safaris tours, and cultural tours in this interesting and varied Himalayan region.
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The holy river Ganges and her tributaries flow past the Four Dams that are located in the state of Uttaranchal in North India. It is believed that Goddess Ganga descended upon the Earth in the form of a River to help the suffering humanity. It was split into four channels that include Alaknanda (in Badrinath), Mandakini (in Kedarnath), Bhagirathi (in Gangotri) and Yamuna (in Yamunotri). Each of the Four Dhams is blessed with spellbinding scenic beauty and countless ancient temples. Every year, countless tourists from across the world, visit here in search of peace and tranquility.
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Surrounded by Tibet in the northeast, Nepal in the east and Himachal Pradesh in the northwest, the Garhwal and Kumaon Himalayas is bounded by the Tons River in the west and river Kali in the east where it forms the western boundary of Nepal. Out of approximately 2,500 km. Of the entire Himalayan range over 650 km is within Garhwal and Kumaon Himalayas, which happens to be the central part of the Great Himalayan chain. Garhwal has several wilderness trails through dense forests of Deodar, cypress, oak, pine and rhododendron that harbor a large variety of Himalayan faunas. These lead to lush verdant valleys and undulating green meadows carpeted with alpine flowers in summer.
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Straddling the regions of Garhwal and Kumaon, close to the Tibetan border, Nanda Devi (7816 m), is the geographical and spiritual high point of India. Surrounding the peak is an incredible expanse of mighty 6000 and 7000 metre peaks. Nanda Devis's inner sancturay is currently off limits to climbers and trekkers. Trekking in Kumaon can be undertaken all the year round. The best visiting periods are April-June and September-November, just because of the vastness of the terrain and altitude differences

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