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.
India is a land where ancient stones whisper tales of devotion and timeless rituals. Known for high spirituality and devotion, The Indian culture has given the country various pilgrimage sites that will soothe your mind. Here are the top 10 temples of India, each a masterpiece of architectural grandMore
Chardham Yatra is a highly revered Hindu pilgrimage that involves visiting four holy shrines located in the Uttarakhand state of India. The four shrines are Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath, and they are collectively known as the Chardham. The journey to these four holy shrines is chMore
As per the latest Chardham Yatra 2023 update, the portals of Badrinath Temple will open on April 27th at 7:10 AM. The news was shared by the Badrinath-Kedarnath committee yesterday. Similar to every year, Badrinath Temple opening date for 2023 was decided at the Tehri royal palace at a religious cerMore