Home to the third-largest population of Royal Bengal Tigers; the unique Brahma Kamal; and the gorgeous rhododendron, Uttarakhand makes for one of the best wildlife destinations in India.
The state’s rich wildlife is preserved and conserved in its 6 national parks, 7 wildlife sanctuaries, 4 conservation reserves & 1 biosphere reserve which are also the best tourism destinations. The northern India state calls itself the home of 102 mammals, 600 of birds, 19 amphibians, 70 reptiles and 124 species of fish species amongst which are globally endangered species like tigers, Asian elephant, Guldar, Musk deer, snow leopard, and Monal bird.
The state is rich in bio-diversity and also boasts the first national park in India, Corbett National Park which is also one of the largest wildlife reserves in the country. Uttarakhand’s rich flora and fauna is also well-conserved in its UNESCO recognized Nanda Devi National Park. Rajaji National Park, Govind Pashu Vihar, Gangotri National Park are some of the other important wildlife destinations in Uttarakhand for wildlife sighting tour.
Badrinath Dham in the Chamoli District of Uttarakhand is a perfect place where divinity and serenity is at its highest Peak. It is one of the most sacred Hindu pilgrimage destinations as well as one of the Char Dhams of India. Badrinath Dham is between Nar and Narayan Mountain ranges. The blissful bMore
The awe-inspiring valley of Kedarnath is one of the most prominent Hindu sites nestled in the Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand at a height of 3584 m above sea level. The most prominent attraction here is the majestic Kedarnath Temple which is the most popular and important Hindu pilgrimage site.More
Chardham Yatra 2022 Latest Update 1: Pilgrims getting ready for Char Dham Yatra now no need to show any RT-PCR Negative Covid 19 report. It is mandatory to register yourself in the portal operated by tourism department for Char Dham Yatra. Also, pilgrims arriving from state borders are not requiredMore