Uttarakhand is a region of outstanding natural beauty. This state is located at northern part of India and famous for its hilly regions and pilgrim places of Hindu religion. The Char Dham Yatra the most scared pilgrimage for Hindus is located in this state.Char Dham Yatra
. Gangotri Temple
. Yamunotri Temple
. Kedarnath Temple
. Badrinath Dham Temple
Two of India’s mightiest rivers, the Ganga and the Yamuna take birth in the glaciers of Uttarakhand.
Some of the important places famous for two rivers joining inside the state of Uttarakhand. Vishnuprayag the confluence of Alaknanda & Dhauli Ganga, Nandaprayag the confluence of Alaknanda & Nandakini river, Karnaprayag the confluence of Alaknanda & Pindar river, Rudraprayag the confluence of Alakanda & Mandakini, Devprayag the confluence of Alaknanda & Bhagirathi river, from here the river is officially known as the Ganga river.
The entire state is a hill station but some places are popular among Indian tourist as hill station. Two popular places: one is Mussoorie in Garhwal Himalaya and Nainital in Kumaon region.
There are other places like Auli (winter sports and Skiing), Chopta, Ranikhet, Joshimath, Corbett National Park, Dehra Dun (Capital of Uttarakhand), Haridwar, Rishikesh, Almora, Bhimtal, Kasauni, Gangotri, Yamunotri, Kedarnath, Badrinath and many other places which attracts trekkers and nature lovers from all part of the world.
Nainital - (Uttarakhand)
Nainital is at 1934 meters above sea level, is a popular Hill Station in the shivalik range. The town is set around the Naini Lake. The nucleus of naini tal’s beauty is her lake, which is best suitable & enjoyed for water sports like Yoking, Kayaking, Canoeing & Boating. Tourist can visit places like Naina peak, Kilbury, Bhowali, Muktashwar, Snow view, Tiffin Top etc.
Dehradun the “Abode of Drona” gateway to Garhwal and Mussorie, engulfed between the shivalik and the Himalayan ranges. With its beautiful environs and excellent climate is enjoyable round the year making the city a paradise, and the most picturesque Destination for Tourists, Pilgrims and Business men alike.
The small town of Bhimtal is famous as a lake resort in Uttarakhand’s kumaon region. It is about 23 km from Nainital.
Unspoiled wilderness, where the tigers roam, proud and free, Corbett National Park - following the trail of the tiger to open air barbeques - this is the place for wild adventure.
Jim Corbett had come to shoot tigress here in Mukteshwar but fell in love with the place instead.
Mahatma Gandhi spirited away to the healing environs of Kausani after the rigours of imprisonment, showered praise on the views from this paradise in the Kumaon Hills.
10,000 feet above the world, nestled in the magnificent Himalayan ranges of Uttarakhand. Auli represents Mother Nature at her stunning best all year round.
Mussoorie, the queen of hill station, is famous for its scenic beauty, social life and entertainment. The excellent climate makes it an attractive holiday. Thronged by holidayers; it vibrates with gaiety and merry making during the summer season. There are no steep inclines and the more adventurous can undertake enjoyable excursions to various beauty sports in the vicinity. Mussoorie affords glorious views of the might Himalayan Peaks as Located at 6000 F T.
Maharashtra is located in western coast of India. Mumbai, the capital city of the state, is the India’s Largest city and the financial capital of the nation.
Tourist can visit Maharashtra to have a glimpse of this vibrant & beautiful land, which comprises of hill station, Beaches, Sanctuaries, Temples and many other beautiful places to see & visit.
Some Important Tourist Places of Maharashtra are:-
Mahabaleshwar is the best known and most popular of Mumbai’s hill stations. Founded in 1828 by Sir John Makdm, It used to be the summer capital of the Bombay Presidency during the British Raj. It is 200 km from Mumbai, and is at an altitude of 1,372 meters.
The name “Mahabaleshwar” comprises of three word:- Maha Bala Ishwar, meaning God of Great Power. Mahabaleshwar and Panchgani, famous for the production of bright red, luscious strawberry also known as the strawberry capitals of the country.
Nasik a confluence for the spiritually and enlightened. Nasik is bustling town today, scattered across the city are numerous forts and majestic temples. It is very near to the famous pilgrimage centre of Shirdi.
Shirdi is 120 km from nasik, and is the abode of one of the Maharashtra revered saint - Sai Baba. Thursday is marked by special Puja's & Darshan of Sai Baba statue. Other places of importance are the Gurusthan, Khandoba Temple, Shani mandir, Narsimha Mandir, Changdev Maharaj Samadhi and Sakori Ashram.
Ajanta and Elora, the world heritage sites are located in Aurangabad. Aurangabad is named after the Mughal emperor, Aurangzeb. There are several luxury and budget hotels now which offers visitors all the modern comforts & amenities.
And many more places (please contact if details required).