The petite villages of Uttarakhand are bestowed with nature’s abundance and undoubtedly, time spent here is surreal and captivating. The growing village tourism in Uttarakhand let the travellers learn about the unique and treasured heritage of the particular region. Some of the charming villages of Uttarakhand has views to die for comprising minor and greater Himalayas as the backdrop, meadows rolled out everywhere and what not! In fact, some of the offbeat places in Uttarakhand have turned into eco-tourism destinations that are the perfect escape from the maddening crowd of the city and relax in the lap of Mother Nature. Even though there are a number of villages in Uttarakhand that can be your hiding in time when you much need it, but some of them includes Mana Village, Khirsu, Kalap, Mori, Khati, Kuflon, Malari, Kanakchauri, The Goat Village, Raithal Village, Sarmoli, and Nathuakhan.
Besides, the ethereal beauty of nature, rural tourism in Uttarakhand even gives a wonderful chance to connect with the Garhwali, Kumaoni, Jaunsari people while staying in a homestay and explore their rich local culture, tradition, fairs & festivals, farming and rustic yet charming lifestyle. In addition to this, if a little adventure is what you seek, then the villages nestled amidst the higher Uttarakhand Himalayas gives an opportunity to indulge in trekking and witness the cordial relationship between man and nature. Not just this, but the higher altitude village of Uttarakhand even lets you explore some of the Buddhist monasteries and learn about the history, faith, occupation and living conditions of people who have made their own little world. No matter which village you choose to visit on your holidays in Uttarakhand, you will find yourself in a totally different world that will give you golden memories to take back home.
Ans: There are a number of destinations for village tourism in Uttarakhand. Some of them are Mana Village, Khirsu, Kalap, Mori, Khati, Kuflon, Malari, Kanakchauri, The Goat Village, Raithal Village, Sarmoli, and Nathuakhan.
Ans: A visit to the villages of Uttarakhand gives the opportunity to learn about the unique and treasured heritage; rich culture and tradition; the rustic yet charming lifestyle of the people; relish local food amidst pristine nature.
Ans: Yes, staying at a homestay offers an amazing experience of Himalayan hospitality when planning holidays in the rural villages of Uttarakhand.
Ans: Yes, there are some villages like the Goat Village and Sarmoli that offers volunteer activities for rural development.
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