10 places you must visit in Uttarakhand this September


Tuesday, May 29, 2018

It’s that time of the year again, dang in the middle of festive season, pleasant weather and holiday mood. Work is a little less burdened on your shoulder, the hustle and bustle in the office has gone down by several notches because the fall is upon us. And what better way to unwind than visit the gorgeous state Uttarakhand. Rich with history, culture, traditions and mind-blowing tourist spots, this September, why not give these 10 must visit places in Uttarakhand a try

Mussoorie
With a picturesque location and a view of the Himalayan ranges that will leave you overwhelmed, you can do plenty on your weekend gateway at the Queen of Hills, ranging from visiting national parks, monasteries to lounging around in the resorts.

Rishikesh and Haridwar
If you are looking for the perfect dose of adventure and tranquility at the same time, then Rishikesh and Haridwar are your go-to places. Get ready to be enchanted by the spiritual energy, holy dips and heart stopping adventures this fall.

Chopta
It’s time to explore the road less taken a.k.a. Chopta. Comprising of the world’s highest temple Tunganath, the trek for the same begins in Chopta, your ideal escapade in to an adventure.

Binsar
Hailed as a trekker’s paradise, explore the adventurous trails, snow-capped Himalayan peaks, and picturesque valleys in some solitude and peace.

Ranikhet
This cantonment area situated in the Almora district, is a popular getaway for its scenic trails, sightseeing and adventure sports.

Khirsu
Tucked away in the Pauri Garhwal district surrounded by oak trees and apple orchards, this hill staion has an old-world charm to it. Relatively unexplored, this is the ideal place for solo trips.

Munsiyari
Two words – Skiing and Snowboarding

This hill station in the Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand is highly recommended for all the adrenaline junkies out there. And September is the perfect time to head to Munsiyari and soak it in, in all its misty weather and snow soaked glory.

Kausauni
This hills station located at the height of 1890 metres, is popular for the nature trails, Rudradhari falls, and the dramatic sunset views of the majestic Himalayan peaks I,e. Nanda Devi, Panchachuli and Trishul.

Nainital
One of the most affordable and popular hill station destinations in India, Nainital is known for its stunning Naini lake, the mall road and its close vicinity to the Jim Corbett Park.

Jaw dropping beauty, picturesque landscape and soothing quietude of Mother Nature can be found in the state of Uttarakhand. So, now that we have handed down the best places to visit in Uttarakhand, your next holiday destination, which one is it going to be? Book Uttarakhand tour packages with SOTC Holidays now for best offers!

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