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If India is called the land of spiritualism, Uttarakhand is one big contributor towards it. Home to the holy Ganga and the 4 most sacred Hindu pilgrimage sites, it is commonly referred to as 'dev bhoomi' (the land of gods). Sages and saints since time immemorial have housed under the shelter of the mountains here. The world flocks here to master asanas and to seek out big answers and the ashrams gladly offer them room to rest. The forests here are home to the largest concentration of tigers in India. Over the mountains and engulfing the plains, the forests covers about 25 percent of the state.
The mighty Himalayan ranges provide great opportunity for high altitude trekking and mountaineering. Find glaciers from which rivers are born, find valleys overgrown with wild flowers, find lakes that reflect the sky and find temples as old as humanity itself. While you are at it, you'll also find a little bit of yourself, here in Uttarakhand.

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Things to do

Birding and downhill trek to Pangot - On a clear day, breathtaking views of distant mighty mountains greet you when you reach with lovely vistas of Nainital town, amidst the shade of tall trees you see fleeting glimpses of colourful birds.

Rock climbing and Rappelling-natural wall -The climb on natural rock is fairly tough and requires a lot more resilience than a normal wall at an activity centre. With an experienced instructor to guide you through every step, making safety is the top priority, rock climbing at Bara Panther is compelling and exhilarating.

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  • If India is called the land of spiritualism, Uttarakhand is one big contributor towards it. Home to the holy Ganga and the 4 most sacred Hindu pilgrimage sites, it is commonly referred to as 'dev bhoomi' (the land of gods). Sages and saints since time immemorial have housed under the shelter of the mountains here.

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  • The thick forests with oaks, pines and rhododendrons and the wild mountain streams you cross as you walk along melt your stress away like nothing else does. Camp out at night under the starry skies and before a campfire to complete your serene sojourn. Shutterbugs, be ready.

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    3 Days | INR 5,250 per person
  • The thick forests with oaks, pines and rhododendrons and the wild mountain streams you cross as you walk along melt your stress away like nothing else does. Camp out at night under the starry skies and before a campfire to complete your serene sojourn. Shutterbugs, be ready.

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Best time to visit October to March

Late September to early November is the best time to visit here after the rains have subsided. The chilly winter arrives by late November and stays on till the end of February.

Clear skies through March till the haze by mid-April and mid-June rains. Frequent landslides are the only dampener till the monsoons end.

How to reach

Air

  • The closest airport is situated at Pantnagar which is 86 kilometre from Pangot (**limited flights on this route and flights are frequently cancelled). Pantnagar is a small town in Udham Singh Nagar District, Uttarakhand. Pantnagar airport is directly connected to Delhi via Air India Regional. You can take cab from Pantnagar for Pangot. It takes roughly three hour to reach Pangot.

Rail

  • Kathgodam is the nearest railway station to Pangot. Kathgodam is situated near Nainital. It is 52 kilometre away from Pangot. Kathgodam railway station is well connected to Delhi, Kolkata. You can find frequent trains connecting kathgodam as it serves as gateway of Kumaon region. From Kathogdam you can take a cab or bus heading towards Pangot.

Road

  • Pangot has a well-established road network. You can find cabs from Delhi and Kathgodam to Pangot. Busses are also available from Delhi for Kathgodam and Pangot. If you are looking for more adventure wanna be an un[traveller], you can opt for self-drive and take NH9 from Delhi taking you through the mesmerizing beauty of Uttarakhand state.

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    Uttarakhand - Of Yogis,Hills and Spirituality

    Uttarakhand. Dev Bhoomi. The Land of Gods. This little corner of the enigma that is India exudes an enticing sense of spirituality and placidity from its every crevice. A spectacularly idyllic terr...

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    Pangot - An Isoloate Birdwatcher's Paradise

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