Auli is a Himalayan Ski Resort, surrounded by coniferous and oak forests, overlooked by the Nanda Devi and Nar Parvat mountains. The town of Joshimath and Auli are connected by long cable car links. Badrinath Temple, Valley of Flowers National Park and the wildlife such as snow leopards and red foxes all lie North of Auli.
Auli tourism should make it onto the top of your ‘things to do in 2019’ list as it is one of the best winter destinations in India and well! Don’t forget that it is the Skiing capital of the country too.
Auli is a hill station and is more popular due to the fact that you can hop on that Ski-board and take a swing at the mountain slopes while Skiing in Auli, which is altogether a different kind of experience.
Uttrakhand is known for its serene places and Auli happens to be one of them, with great mountain top views, adventure-seeking opportunities and everything else, it is one of the most visited places in Uttrakhand.
While Auli is famous for its Ski-resort, it does offer other activities too such as you can enjoy trekking in Auli or take a road trip to Auli, watch one of the most beautiful sunsets or sunrise and whatnot.
The Best time to visit Auli is from the month of November to March, which allows you to have full experience of Skiing and other activities without worrying about weather in Auli.
The reasons you need to check out Auli weekend tour in 2019 are far more than many but if you still got doubts then let us clear them up while you are on a trip to Auli, Uttrakhand with Justwravel.
Day 0 : Overnight travel from Delhi to Rishikesh via Haridwar
Day 1 : Rishikesh to Joshimath /Auli
Day 2 : Auli Sightseeing and Day at Leisure
Day 3 : Back to Rishikesh and overnight Travel to Delhi
Approximately 230 km away from Delhi, Rishikesh is our first pit stop and will be the kick-off point of an incredible adventure! The overnight journey would be around 5-6 hours long and you’ll reach Rishikesh in the morning the next day, crossing Haridwar on the way which is a famous tourist spot for its artistic feels and is also a humble city, famous for being one of the holiest in our country.
This is going to be a long day with a drive of around 300+ kilometers from Rishikesh and 10-12 hours of the bus journey. This route goes beside the famous prayags of Uttarakhand such as:
Vishnuprayag, Nandaprayag, Karnaprayag, Rudraprayag, and Devprayag in the descending order of the flow sequence. These are the ‘PanchPrayags’ of the state of Uttarakhand that connotes the five sacred Garhwal Himalaya confluences.
Situated in the beautiful district of Chamoli is the town of Joshimath that serves as the winter seat of Lord Badri, who is brought to this town in idol form by the followers from the Badrinath Temple to the Vasudeva Temple.
Dinner and Bonfire at the stay in Joshimath.
Post Breakfast at the property we start for Auli
Auli is 16 kilometers from Joshimath and can be called the capital of Winter Sports in India following the recent developments where athletes from all over the world have made their way to this scenic place in Winters to participate in the Annual Winter games held at Auli.
Day at leisure at Auli, wherein the group engages in adventure sports and small hikes.
Return to Joshimath by evening.
Dinner and overnight stay at Joshimath
We start from Joshimath for Rishikesh post breakfast, traveling via the same route.
Return to Rishikesh by evening and then overnight Volvo bus from Rishikesh to Delhi.
Transport Delhi to Delhi
4 meals during stay ( 2 Dinner + 2 Breakfast)
Stay on Double / Triple sharing basis
Bonfire - if weather permits
Meals apart from mentioned
Anything not mentioned in Inclusions
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