Uttarakhand

1. Uttarakhand Tourism Blogger’s Bus (Gongotri and Yamunotri):

UK Blog Bus D3 1Blogger’s Bus, a concept of Uttarakhand Tourism, is a 5 day (15 May – 21 May 2018) bus trip of selected travel bloggers. The trip would take the bloggers across the state of Uttarakhand introducing them to the known and unknown tourist destinations of the state. The first ever Blogger’s Bus focused on the Gongotri and Yuamunotri two of the Char Dhams (the other two are Kedar and Badri) but also included a few lesser known hamlets, villages and even a small trek. Read more…

2. Yamunotri Trek, Uttarkhand Bloggers Bus:

UK Blog Bus D3 6More than 7000 pilgrims visit Yamunotri every day during the peak season. Most of them walk the 5 km stretch from Janki Chatti but some take ponies and wile the rest are carried on dandis and kandis. The two meter wide road is well paved and railings are provided on the cliff side, but what makes the trek difficult is the huge crowd. There are even human traffic jams in some of the bottle necks. Sometimes tempers did flare occasionally but the faith kept the pilgrims on the move. Read more…

3. Sat Tal Trek, Uttarakhand Bloggers Bus:

UK Blog Bus D4 8Sat Tal, literally meaning seven lakes, is actually a cluster of five small lakes, located in the Bhagariti Valley in Uttarakhand. The 5km long trek starts from Dharali on the Uttarkashi – Gongotri road. The five km long treks from Dharali. Contrary to the name the Sat Tal is actually an amalgamation of five small lakes, which remains dry except of the rainy season. In winter the entire area is covered under a mantle of white snow. Read more…

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