Duration : 5Nights/6Days
Destination : Valley Of Flowers
Duration : 12Nights/11Days
Destination : Nainital Kausani Corbett
This is India's first national park and beyond doubt the most attractive Park in India.
The Park is placed in the foothills of the Himalayas, in the midst of lush greenery and
uneven mountains with varying heights, ranging from about 1300 feet to nearly 4000 feet.
The main attraction of tourists and wild life enthusiasts to this Park is that the majestic
view of Tiger with all its wildness in this Park. This park is a natural habitat of the rare
species of Tigers that are facing extinction.
A sprawling expanse of 87 square kilometers in the Chamoli District of Uttarakhand,
Valley of Flowers is set in the backdrop of the majestic Zanskar Ranges. A world
heritage site, the valley is situated at a very remarkable area, which is the
conversion point of Himalayan ranges. A scenic place where the nature blooms
with its entire vista can be accessible by a tedious but lovely stroll. Eye
catching spectacles like the cascading waterfalls, small streams and above
all the flowery meadows awaits the visitors all through the way.
of Uttarakhand in India. The Gangotri National Park
covers a luscious landscape that measures a mind-boggling
1553 square miles which is a momentous accomplishment in
itself. The mammoth dimensions of the Gangotri National Park
makes it the most sought-after abode of an entire caboodle
of wild beasts. Since, the Gangotri National Park is so massive,
the wild creatures do not face any sort of inconvenience regarding
their respective territories
Nanda Devi National Park In the vicinity of Nanda Devi
(7817 m), the second highest peak in India, is situated the
Nanda Devi National Park, which has some of the most unique
high altitude flora and fauna in the world. The spectacular
views, sylvan environment, and richness of biosphere make it
quite different from the other wildlife sanctuaries of India.
The Govind Wildlife Sanctuary is located between 35*55
and 31*17 30 latitude and 77*47 30 and 78*37 30 longitudes
at Purola tehsil, Uttarkashi district of Garhwal in the state
of Uttarakhand. It was established on 1st of March 1955.
It is spreads over an area of 957.969 sq km. The sanctuary
forms the upper catchments of the Tons River in the upper
reaches of its area. Thus the area has a significant value
as a major watershed for river Yamuna.
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