Tours in Uttarakhand

A holiday to Uttarakhand, which known for its natural beauty and wealth of the Himalayas views is one of our favourite regions in India. We particularly like the village walk experience from Almora where you can stay at local village homes overnight. The state carved out of an adjoining section in the north-western district of Uttar Pradesh and the Himalayan in late 2000, becoming the 27th state.

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Uttarakhand, once known as Uttaranchal located in the northern part of India, referred to as the Land of Gods with many Hindu temples and holy cities, some of which are among Hinduism’s most auspicious and spiritual places of pilgrimage and worship.

Bordering Nepal to the east, Tibet in the north and the states of Uttar Pradesh in the South, Himachal Pradesh to the north-west and Haryana to the south-west. The region is traditionally referred to as Uttarakhand in Hindu scriptures and old literature, a term which derives from Sanskrit meaning north, and khaṇḍ meaning country or part of a country.

The state officially changed its name from Uttaranchal to Uttarakhand in January 2007. The state capital is Dehradun, which is the largest city reached by either rail from Delhi or flight.

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Himalayan Foothills, Holy Cities & Tigers

12 days from £2194.00

DELHI - MUSSOORIE - RISHIKESH/HARIDWAR - CORBETT NP - DELHI

In the recent past, the North of India has become one of the growing favourites with tourists. The reason being the increasing awareness about spirituality yoga and the search for peace and the inner balance. This tour takes you to two of the holiest cities in India. Since time immemorial India has been the proud bestowal of spirituality. This unique tour touches two

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Village Walk in the Kumaon Hills

12 days from £3435.00

DELHI - ALMORA - DEORA VILLAGE - PALIU VILLAGE - SOKYATAL VILLAGE - ALMORA - DELHI

The village walk operates from October through to the end of April. The trek starts in the region of Almora, which is the first British hill station in 1815 in Kumaon Uttaranchal in the western Himalayas. Each season has it’s own magic. Spring: Blue skies, fruit trees in blossom, the forests flaming red with rhododendron flowers. Autumn:

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