Visiting Uttarakhand | Best Time to Travel | Travel Tips & Guide

Visiting Uttarakhand | Best Time to Travel | Travel Tips & Guide


Uttarakhand is spread over 53484 square kilometers Comprising 86% hilly and 65% forested areas The Himalayas snow peaks can be seen from most of the mountain areas from most of the mountain areas. but these peaks are not always visible clearly What is the right time to see them? When to visit famous Char Dham in Uttarkhand Which is the best time to visit here All these information are included in this video Our greetings all the viewers, who are watching our first published video in 2020 on Popcorn Trip Channel Uttarakhand is primarily divided in two regions – Garhwal and Kumaon There is a slight difference between the languages ​​of both the regions. the language spoken in Garhwal is called Garhwali and in Kumaon – language is called Kumaoni Both these dialects are slightly similar to Hindi Therefore, people who understand and speak Hindi are everywhere in Uttarakhand. The common English of colloquial is also understood little or more in Uttarakhand. Most of tourists visit in Uttarakhand from April to June, before the onset of monsoon. If you are traveling to some high altitude places like Uttarakhand Char Dham, then bring warm clothes and rain coats with you. In the high altitude places in the mountains, it is very cold in the morning and evening. Even when there is severe heat in the plains. The doors of Char Dham and Panch Kedar open in the last week of April or 1st week of May after being closed for six months. The Char Dham Yatra lasts till October last week or November first week Pilgrims can visit Chardham anytime from May to October except in monsoon. Nainital, Mussoorie, Dehradun, Haridwar, Rishikesh etc. are the most visited places by tourists in Uttarakhand. During weekends and long holidays, the roads carry more traffic than on other days. To avoid this, travel on weekdays except instead of weekends and long holidays and stay in destinations on weekends The highest number of tourists visit in the month of May and June in the year. But at summers snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas are rarely visible due to mist. The best time to view Himalayan peaks is between September to April If travelling for less than 3 – 4 days, then go to any one of the areas of Kumaon or Garhwal. If you go to both regions in a short time, then Traveling by road will be very long and you will not be enough time to enjoy destinations well. We often stay in Hotels and resorts Another option is home stay ‘Homestays’ are rapidly developing in the villages of Uttarakhand They are in every district you can also consider to stay in a village this time. Homestay does not offer amenities like any luxury resort, but you can experience here rural essence, untouched natural beauty and informal and unsophisticated hospitality will win your heart Atithi Devo Bhav (Guests are like God)Tourism will take your experience to a next level. Rural tourism is a good medium to know a place and understand its culture. Keep in mind while choosing clothes for Uttarakhand Keep light warm clothes with you even in the summer It gets cold at high altitude in the morning and evening. Enter the places of worship by taking off the footwear, and covering your head. By giving respect to their culture and tradition, local people will be more generous and friendly towards you. Vegetarian food is found everywhere in Uttarakhand. The organic food is served mostly in the village home stay. which are highly nutritious avoid driving at night hire room in some hotel before it getting dark. Markets close early in the evening in small places. Suddenly an animal can be found in curved turns as Sometimes turns are not visible in dark. Keep enough fuel in the vehicle, so could move at least 100 kilometers from any place. Filling stations are far away in many places.And fuel may unavailable in some filling stations, especially on the Char Dham Marg route. In the video we tried to share some useful information to help in making your travel plan for Uttarakhand So that the journey is better and the experience is memorable. Write us for any query or suggestion related to the video. See you next week with new Video,Thanks 🙂

7 thoughts on “Visiting Uttarakhand | Best Time to Travel | Travel Tips & Guide

  1. You may like following videos :-
    Haldwani – https://youtu.be/E4lu7I0o9zw
    Gwaldam – https://youtu.be/q7Wskk3TZ0Q
    Chopta/ Tungnath : https://youtu.be/k2eOdkFL-AU
    Chandrashila : https://youtu.be/cue6HgGYXZ8
    Gangotri : https://youtu.be/vGnhmgU5OKA
    Almora : https://youtu.be/KlYIcmrFXL8
    Badrinath – https://youtu.be/5w70xP_74-k
    Kedarnath : https://youtu.be/as0JQ0PoPLM
    Nainital – https://youtu.be/ZNtGuqETXJ8
    Chitai Temple – https://youtu.be/UMq2sgfBmIY
    Naukuchiyatal – https://youtu.be/zCgNG6970xY
    Haldwani to Khairna : https://youtu.be/VVfPesEi1OI
    Haldwani to Almora : https://youtu.be/glI_eu5pDtg

  2. I'm a new subscriber of this channel and wish you a Happy New Year Popcorn Trip. I planning a trip to Kumaon (especially Munsyari). Will it be safe in February? And is transportation available in heavy snowfall?

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