“God’s Own Land” Uttarakhand has its own charm that captivates and enamours tourists not only from India, but also from around the world.
Imagine a Backpacking Trip that would take you to the loftiest heights of the grand Himalayas to the home of one of the biggest predator cats on the planet and finally to one of the holiest cities in the world.
Sounds like a plan? Then let us take you to Uttarakhand Backpacking to Binsar-Corbett-Rishikesh.
Binsar is one of the most scenic places located in the Kumaon region of the Himalayas. You can spot some of the tallest and most mesmerizing peaks of Uttarakhand such as Chaukhamba, Nanda Devi, Trishul, Shivling and Panchachuli.
The most spectacular place in Binsar is the Binsar wildlife sanctuary, which is situated at the foothills of the Himalayas, and it offers a splendid view of the Himalayas and also opens up a world of flora and fauna.
Jim Corbett National Park is a delight for nature lovers as it has around 500sq kms of forests, rivers, marshy lands, hills and rough terrains. It is home to a large number of animal species which includes tigers, leopards, black bear, mongoose, moose and otters. While here, you can go for a jungle safari, which gives you a sneak peek into the lives of these wild animals in enthralling landscapes and forests.
Up next would be Rishikesh, famously known as the “Yoga Capital of the World”.
The iconic Beatles Ashram, named after the famous English music band is not to be missed while here. If you are an adventure freak, you should go for rafting where the fun multifolds when the white water hits your raft and pumps up your adrenaline. Witness the most beautiful and serene prayer ritual ceremony in the evening, the “Ganga Aarti” which will leave you in a different state of tranquil altogether.
Uttarakhand is also termed as “Devbhoomi” or “Land of the Gods.” and offers some of the best treks of the Himalayas. Uttarakhand has numerous and some of the oldest Hindu temples, and some o ...