North IndiaUttarakhand

Whether you’re here for the yoga or the tigers, you’ll likely be swept up in one of countless winding trails at high-altitude. Uttarakhand has a laid-back vibe that attracts the hippies and the wanderlusts who come looking for quiet, culture and unbelievable landscapes. Immerse yourself in the surroundings that were the backdrop for Hindu Epics, and discover the hidden treasures of the countless pilgrimage sites that seem to creep up on you from every corner!

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Sipping tea on your balcony overlooking the Naini lake is one of the best ways to spend a morning. The rich aroma of Darjeeling tea sets up your day; perfect for boating and even visiting the Nainital version of Chandni Chowk under the moonlight.


Some trippy sceneries await inside Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. Tall, spindly trees rise from a carpet of green, towering over you on your forest walk. You can then spend the night at a village homestay, a simple experience under the stars.

Corbett National Park

This Park signifies leaps and bounds in the efforts of conservationists. Besides being the first national park in the Asian continent, it is also the first Park where Project Tiger was implemented. Ride amidst Bengal Tigers and safari on elephant back through the jungle.


This quiet hill station is the Mother of all getaways. Is there any other way to relax than to be completely cut off and in the middle of the highest mountain range in the world??


While this city is filled with temples, it is surprisingly a great place for cycling trails, golfing and shopping. This ‘City of Joy’ as the locals call it, is a haven for religious fairs too where you can buy exotic wares from the far East of India or the Southern tip.


The start line for most pilgrimages to Badrinath, one of the Char Dham, abounds with temples devoted to the varied line-up of Gods in Hinduism. If you’re looking to catch a glimpse into the pious fervour of thousands of Indians, this is the place to be – more so if you happen visit during the Kumbh Mela.


Once a small hamlet by the Ganges, Rishikesh is now a major centre for Hindus, located at the foothills of the Himalayas. It is also on the wish list of many yoga practitioners, who consider it the point of origin for yoga.

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