Top 15 Winter Gateway in North India

Spent you holidays in India is just like a leaving in paradise! Yes if you never visit the paradise on earth then must visit the top holiday destination of North India India. Although India is well known tourist destination in behalf of every term but there are some special most visiting winter gateways, which are really adorable. The eye catching beauty of these places will really steal your heart. You will get here everything from snow capped mountain to crystal clear River, from beautiful historical monuments to modern city, form rugged land to lush green landscape. There is a list of some popular visiting places where you can enjoy much enough, even beyond the imagination.



Located on the bank of the river Yamuna in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, Agra is popular tourist destination in the world because of its three UNESCO WORLD heritage sites – Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Shikri and Agra Fort. Taj Mahal is popular as a symbol of love in the world, which is a beautiful white marble monument, and built, by Shah Jahan in the memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Jahan in 1632. The complex is completed in 1653 by 20,000 artisans and the cost estimated at that time to be around 32 million rupees. Agra is also a home to seven wonders. The destination is rushed with tourists from all over the world during the winter session, once you get the glimpse of Taj Mahal you will definitely captivate in the beauty of this 7 wonder.



If you are getting bore inside the home in this chilly winter, then don’t worry just pack your bags and get ready for outing. There is the most popular tourist destination during winters, Jaipur is waiting for you. The pink city is best for those want to explore the perfect blend of tradition, history and modernity. Jaipur is a part of Golden triangle circuit and also know for its amazing activities like elephant safari, heritage tour, traditional shopping and all. Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Amber Fort, Nahargarh Fort and Jaigarh Fort are the some major heritage sites of Jaipur. So don’t miss the chance to explore all those things go ahead to Jaipur.



Consider as the “City of Lake” Udaipur is the most beautiful travel destination in India and popular for its history, culture, palaces and scenic location. The city was founded in 1553 by Maharana Udai Singh and spread over an area of 37 Km2. Like any other destination of Rajasthan, Udaipur is also fulfilled with valour, heroism and chivalry. There are so many tourist attractions like City Palace, Lake Palace, Lake Pichola, Fateh Sagar, Ahar, Gulab Bagh, Pratap Memorial, Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandir, Jagdish Temple and much more. Udaipur is also counted in the list of honeymoon destination in India during winter seassion. One of the best destination to visit during winter in India for family and couples.



The “Golden City” of Rajastha, Jaisalmer is one of the best winter gateway destinations for hang the winters. Situated in the midst of Thar Desert, the city attracts number of travellers from all over the country including honeymooners and other leisure travellers. Jaisalmer is the best example of beautiful Rajasthani architecture, carved window and designed wall. The heritage site offers you so many places to visit like Patwon-Ki-Haveli, Nathmalji-Ki-Haveli, Salim Sing-Ki-Haveli and beautiful Gadisar Lake with so many beautiful shrines.



Perfect time for just chill out in this chilly winter and play hide and seek with your beloved one in this smoky hill of Himachal Pradesh. Dharamshala is a great escape of thick grove of Oak and Conifer forest, where you can forget your all tiredness and rejuvenate your mind and body soul. International cricket stadium of Dharamshala has a spectacular overlooking view with snow capped mountain during winter season. McLeod Ganj is popular shopping area of Dharamshala, which is running from the time of Dalai Lama. The Jewel of Dharamshala “Triund hill” is one of the major attractions of this place, which is around one day (9 km) trek from McLeod Ganj.



The summer retreat of India, Dalhousie is a tranquil hill station of Himachal Pradesh and located at an elevation of 1,970 metres above to sea level. The name Dalhousie was after the name of Lord Dalhousie, who was the British Governor – General in India during establishment of this place. The beautiful place is established in colonial style and also offers you some of the most beautiful churches of North India. The St. Francis Church, St. Patrick’s Church, St. Andrew’s Church and St. John’s Church is the name of few. Apart from theses the town is surrounded with dense forest of oak, pine, deodar and rhododendrons and all the surroundings are covered with snow during the winter.



Consider as one of the oldest city of India, Pushkar is situated in the Coast of Pushkar Lake. The city is the famous for camel safari and other adventure activities. Pushkar is known as one of the five sacred Dhams for Hindu devotee and according to myth no pilgrimages is considered to be complete without visiting Pushkar Dham. Tirtha Raj Lake is also a major attraction of this place, according to theology the lake is formed by the tears of Lord Shiva which shed after the death of his wife, Sati. Accept theses, you can also explore here some other temples including Brahma temple, Sawai Bhoj temple, Gayatri temple, Varaha temple, Gautama Maharishi temple, Savitri temple and many more. It is very important to visit Pushkar for Hindu devotees to complete their journey of Dhams.



Manali is the heart beating destination for winter lovers, those really want to play with snow and enjoy this chilly winter. Just imagine the glimpse of snow capped mountain sitting with your beloved one will really give you outstanding feeling in the world. Surrounded with beautiful fogy environment and amazing alpine forest of Deodar and Sal tree, Manali is a top most tourist destination of India. Apart from breathtaking natural beauty you can also explore here bunch of adventure activities like paragliding, skiing, trekking and Zorbing. Manali is also well known for Indo-Tibetan culture. There are two popular Buddhist pilgrimages sites – The Gadhan Thehchoking Gompa and Nyingamapa Gompa. Well the temperature during the winter remains chilly, so it is advised that never forget to carry woollen clothes.



Kasauli is a tranquil hill station of Himachal Pradesh situated in the foot hill of Himalaya. The tiny hills surrounded with thick forest of oak, pine and chestnut is a perfect winter gateway to escape in cool environment from hustle – bustle city life to rejuvenate your mind and body soul. The Monkey Point is one of the major attractions of this place, which is a popular pilgrimage site. Besides these, the site offers some other attraction of this hill station like Sai Baba Mandir, Baba Balak nath Temple and church.



The summer capital of India, Shimla is a perfect winter gateway for those want to enjoy winter till the deep of heart. A small hamlet is as beautiful as paradise the beauty of this place is enough to captivate somebody’s heart and full fill their wishes about hill station to complete this trip. There are so many building that are designed in the Tudorbethan and neo-Gothic architectures dating from the colonial era, as well as numerous temple and churches. That is much enough to allure any traveller from all around the country. The major attractions of this place are Jakhoo Temple, the Mall Road, Viceroy Lodge, the Christ Church and the Ridge. The Kalka-Shimla Railway line is also a popular tourist attraction and mentioned in a UNESCO World Heritage ‘site.



Perched at an elevation of 1,880 meter above sea level, Mussoorie is a small hamlet located about 35 km from Dehradun. Situated in the foothill of Garhwal Himalaya, the hill station offers majestic view of Mussoorie with its lush green hills and variety of flora and fauna. The Queen of hills, Mussoorie is a perfect gateway for short time traveller, must visiting destination for those want to explore the beauty of hill stations in very short period.



Known as a paradise of nature lover and the popular lake city of Uttarakhand, India, Nainital is a tranquil hill station situated in the foothill of Himalaya. The beautiful hills offer an amazing view of pear – shaped Naini Lake with its lush green surroundings. It is a perfect weekend gateway for, those want to spend their weekend as traveller. You can also experience here a panoramic view of snow-covered peaks like Trishul, Nanda Devi and Nanda Kot. If you want to be a witness of all those mesmerizing peaks, then must visit this place once in a life.



Take a break from you busy city life and rejuvenate your mind and body soul in the midst of tall oak & blue pine forest and have a fun with adventure. Lansdowne is a quietest hill station of Uttarakhand and popular since Britishers came to India. The scenic beauty of this charming hill station attracts number of tourist all around the country. It is just a perfect place to enjoy with nature and be the eyewitness of this pristine weather and salubrious environment of Lansdowne. Lansdowne is a paradise of adventure lovers which offers ample of adventure activities like trekking, boating, paddling and bird watching for both amateur and experienced. The Garhwal Rifles Regimental War Memorial, Garhwali Mess, Bhulla Tal and St. John’s Church are some major attractions in Lansdowne. Must visit this destination to enjoy your weekend gateway and experience bird watching with numerous colourful birds with the backdrop of snow covered Himalayan peaks.



Srinagar is a summer capital of India situated in the coastline of the Jhelum River, a tributary of the Indus, Dal and Anchar lakes. Enjoy you winter holidays in Srinagar is just like a miracle, the city is loaded with amazing colourful gardens and also popular for waterfronts, houseboats, beautiful handicrafts and dried fruits, which is enough to allure any traveller. If you want to explore the realistic natural beauty and snowfall of Srinagar… then you must visit here during winter season. The popular Dal Lake remains frozen from December to February and there is rare possibilities to explore Shikara ride. But you don’t worry…. there is so many major attractions to explore like – The Hazratbal Shrine, Jama Masjid, Aali Masjid, tomb of the mother of Zain-ul-abidin and tomb of Pir Haji Muhammad.



One of the popular skiing destination of India, Gulmarg is a small town situated in the Pirpanjal range in the western Himalayas. Perched at an elevation of 2,690 meters above sea level, it is a perfect winter gateway for breathing space. The magnificent view of breathtaking Himalaya from the “Gulmarg Gondola” is a major tourist attraction of Gulmarg. The Alpathar Lake, Baba Reshi Shrine, St. Mary’s Church and religious heritage from the colonial era are some other tourist attraction in Gulmarg. If you want to explore more adventure, then you can visit hikes OR treks on Gulmarg-Apharwat, Gulmarg-Alapther and Gulmarg-Khilanmarg.

Top 10 Wildlife Destinations in India

India is as always as rich in a genus of flora fauna and verdant grassland with its pristine beauty.  It is only the destination, where tourist will found the mix of species of different types of organisms. It is a real home to Bengal tigers, Indian lions, deer, wolves, pythons, bears, foxes, wild dogs, crocodiles, monkeys, antelope, snakes species and Asian elephant. There are more than 120 national parks, 43 tiger reserve and 500 Wildlife Sanctuary from all over the India. Lying with other 16 mega diverse countries India is a home of 7.6% of mammals, 6.2% of reptiles, 12.6% of avian and 6.0% of flowers. India has some of the most bio diverse regions of the world – that is the Western Ghats, the Easter Himalaya and Indo – Burma.

Wildlife tourism in India is increasing day by day even it’s become a most visited part of tourism in India. India is paradise for wildlife lovers, who want to relax in the lap of flora and enjoy the unmatchable wilderness and regions. Tourist will find here the best opportunity of jeep safari, elephant safari, sightseeing, fishing & angling and bird watching.

Wildlife destination in India is becoming more extensive and popular tourist destination to make your wildlife experience more rewarding. You have fulfilled by the all facilities and accommodation like hotels, resorts and lodges. It’s all done by the Wildlife Authority of India.

1. Jim Corbett NationalPark, Uttarakhand


Jim Corbett National Park is the Asia’s very first National Park and was established in 1936 as Hailey National Park. The park is rich in a verity of flora and fauna it contains 488 species of plant and diverse verity of fauna. Corbett is a real heaven for wildlife lovers where people get the opportunity to explore the beauty of picturesque grasslands. 520.8% km area of Corbett National Park is consist hills, river, marshy depression, lake and grassland. It is a home to 110 tree species, 50 species of mammals, 580 birds and 25 reptile species. 73% area of the park is covered with forest and the 10% area is covered with grassland.

Best Time to Visit:  November to June, and the best time for tiger sighting is March to May.

2. Bandhavgarh Natioanl Park, Madhya Pradesh


If you have a wish to spectacular vision of Royal Bengal Tiger, then must visit the wilderness of Bandhavgarh National Park. The park is located in the Umrai district of Madhya Pradesh and was established in 1968. Spread over the 105 km the park has large bio diversity. Bandhavgarh National Park is one of the popular National Park for Bengal tigers in the world. The park also has a various species of deer and the large breeding population of leopard.

Best Time to Visit:  Mid October and June and March to May is the perfect time.

 3. Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan


Ranthambore National Park is one of the best National Park in northern part of India. The park is spread over the 392 square km land of southern Rajasthan. This national park is located at Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan, which is 130 km away from Jaipur. There is also the Mansingh Sanctary and the Kaila Devi Sanctuary near the Ranthambore National Park. Ranthambore National Park is a home to Royal Predators and the main attraction of this park is Tigers. The best timing for tiger sightings at this park is November and May. Other major wild animal of Ranthambore National Park included leopard, wild boar, nilgai, sambar, sloth bear, hyena, southern plains gray langur, macaque, rhesus and chital. The park is also a home of trees, birds, reptiles and the largest banyan trees in India.

Best Time to Visit:  October to June, ideal time to sight tigers is March – May.

4. Kaziranga National Park, Assam


Kaziranga National Park is placed in the Golaghat and Nagaon district of the state of Assam. It is one of the world heritage sites for horned rhinoceroses. Spread over the 429.69 square kilometres the park is established in March 2015. There are 2,401 rhinoceroses in Kaziranga National Park, which comprise 1,651 adult rhinos, 294 sub-adults, 251 juveniles and 205 cubs. The national park is a home to tigers, elephant, wild water buffalo and swamp deer. It is also recognize as largest bird area by BirdLife International. Kaziranga National Park has a verity of tall elephant grass, marshlang and tropical moist broadleaf forest crossed by four major rivers.

Best Time to Visit: November to April.

5. Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh


Kanha National Park is the biggest national park of Madhya Pardesh and tiger reserve in India. The National Park was established on 1 June 1955 and in 1973 was made the Kanha Tiger Reserve.  Kanha National Park is also the inspiration of Rudyard Kipling for his popular novel “The Jungle Book”. Spread over the 940 km area the park is divided into two sanctuaries Hallon and Banjar of 250 and 300 km. The park has a diverse population of Royal Bengal Tiger, Indian Leopards, Barasingha, Sloth Bear and Indian Wild Dog. It has also a verity of rich flora including lush Saal and Bamboo forest, Riverin and grassy meadows.

Best Time to Visit:  Mid October to June and March to May for sighting the royal cats.

6. Satpura National Park, Madhya Pradesh


Satpura National Park is situated in Madhya Pradesh with an area of 524 km land. The park has a rich diversity of fauna including leopard, chital, sambar, nilgai, Indian muntjac, four-horned antelope, wild boar, chinkara, black buck, bear, fox, porcupine, mouse deer, Indian giant squirrel and flying squirrel. The flora covers of mainly sal, tendu, teak, mahua, bel, bamboo and Phyllanthus emblica.

Best Time to Visit: October to April.

7. Gir Natinal Park, Gujrat


The most sparking jewel of Gujrat’s treasure trunk, The Gir Forest National is established in 1965. The park is located 43 km north-east of Somnath, 60 km south-west of Amreli and 65 km south-east of Junagadh with an area of 1, 412 km. Gir National Prk is consider as most protected area in Asia and It is only a home to Asiatic lions. Along with the Asiatic Lions, the park has a verity of 32 species of mammals, 300 of birds and 26 of reptiles.

Best Time to Visit: October to May end

8. Tadoba National Park, Maharashtra


Spread over the 625.4 square kilometres Tadoba National Park is one of the largest national parks in Maharashtra. Found in 1955 the Tadoba National Park is the perfect location to enjoy wildlife safari holiday in India. The park is located near the beautiful lake, which is the major attraction of this park. Tadoba national park is a home to mammals, reptiles and birds. Mammals are including: Indian leopard, gaur, nilgai, sloth bears, striped hyena, small Indian cive, sambar, jungle cats barking deer, chausingha and chital. Tadoba Lake sustains the marsh crocodile which were once common all over Maharashtra. The park has also some popular flora, which including ain, bija, dhauda, hald, salai, semal, tendu, behead, hirda, karaya gum, mahua, madhuca and Lannea coromandelica.

Best Time to Visit: October to June, the best time to spot tigers is March, April and May.

9. Sunderban National Park, West Bangal


The Sundarban National Park is one of the largest tiger reserve for the Bengal Tiger. It was established on 4 May 1984 as National Park and declared as tiger Reserve in 1973 and a wildlife sanctuary in 1977. This is only the region where you can see the tiger swimming in the water. The park is also habitude of reptile, birds and invertebrate species including the salt-water crocodile.

Best Time to Visit: Throughout the year; however, but the best timing for tiger sighting is October to April.

10. Pench Natinal Park, Madhya Pradesh


Pench National Park is situated in the Seoni and Chinndwara district of India. It was established in 1977 but elevated as National Park in 1983. The Pench National Park consist 758 km area, out of which 299 km cover a core and remaining 464 km cover the buffer zone. The protected area of this park is covered with hills and the mix forest. The major attraction of Pench National Park is Bengal Tiger. There are around 40 tigers, 39 species of mammals, 3 species of amphibians and 13 species of reptile. It is also a hom to sambar, chital, nilgai, jackalwild pig, Indian leopard, wild dog, sloth bear, porcupine, jungle cat, monkey, striped hyena, fox, barking deer and gaur live in the park.

Best Time to Visit: Mid October to June, and the best time to see tigers is March to May.

Top 10 Offbeat Destinations in Uttarakhand



Pangot is one of the beautiful hamlet in the state of Uttarakhand, which lies just 15 km away from the city of Lake Nainital. It is situated at an elevation of 6300 ft above the sea level and surrounded by the deep forest of pine, oak, cedar and rhododendron. You can reach their passes through the deep forest area of China Peak Rang via Snow View Point and Kilbury.

Pangot is a well known birding spot in Uttarakhand. There you can find the verity of 580 bird species including: Himalayan Griffon, Lammergeier, Spotted & Slaty-backed Forktail, Blue-winged Minla, Rufous-bellied Woodpecker, Khalij Pheasant and Rufous-bellied Niltava. There is you can also experience the variety of flora & fauna including: Leopards, Himalayan Martens, Yellow-Throated, Ghorals, Barking Deer, Sambhar and Himalayan Palm Civets.

2. Binsar


Binsar is the Royal Summer Capital of the erstwhile and the trekker’s paradise. It is a picturesque, sleepy hamlet, one of the most scenic spots in the Kumaon Himalayas. It is perched at an elevation of 2,412 meters, 95 km from Nainita. Binsar offers you a majestic view of the snow covered Himalayan peaks, the mesmerizing range Chaukhamba, Shivling, Trishul, Nanda Devi and Panchchuli. From there, on a sunny day, you can have a glimpse of the holiest shrines in the Himalaya Kedarnath, Badrinath and Gangotri.

Binsar is a fascinating spot, encircled by a vast wildlife sanctuary Nanda Devi, a home too many rare animals, birds and wild flowers. Accommodation facility will be available at Kumaon Mandal Vikas Nigam Jungle Resort.

3. Dhanaulti


Nestled at an elevation of 2286 meters above sea level, Dhanaulti is a charming hill station Mussoorie. It is located 24km far from Mussoorie and 29 km from Chamba. Surrounded by a deep verdant alpine, oak and rhododendron forest its offers you a panoramic view of imposing Himalayan range. Dhanaulti is popular as very pleasant destination for weekend gateway from Delhi. Dhanaulti is also popular because of its nearby tourist spots like Mussoorie, Tehri, Kanatal and Chamba.

4. Chopta


Perched at an altitude of 2680 meters above from sea level Chopta is a very beautiful place of meadows and verdant forest, which is lies at a distance of 1.5 kilometres from Tungnath. Laying in the lap of imposing Himalaya its offers an amazing view of misty Mountain including Trishul, Nanda Devi and Chaukhamba. Chopta is a rich in a variety of flora & fauna and surrounded by dense forest of pine, deodar and rhododendron.

Chopta is a paradise for trekkers. There are so many trek and trail by crossing Jungle & Grasslands. Chopta is also becoming popular for bird watching. The destination is a must visit for nature lovers and those who are passionate for trekking.

5. Sattal


Sattal is perched at an elevation of 1370 meters above from sea level. It is inter connected bunch of seven fresh water lakes of Nanital District in Uttarakhand. Theses seven lakes are paradise for migratory birds. Lies among deep forest of oak and pine trees, Sattal is one of the best unspoiled and unpolluted freshwater biomes in India. It is home to a few camps, which is operated mostly by local people catering to tourists who looking for outdoor vacations. This is an ideal place for bird’s lover and photography fantasizes.

6. Mukteshwar


Mukteshwar is a sleeping hamlet atop a high ridge soaring 2312 meters into the sky, is a place of unrivalled by its beauty. Set midst at the conifer forests and orchards, Mukteshwar offers the most enchanting view of the Himalayas and its snow bound Summit.

Away from the popular hill station environ, Mukteshwar is a pure magic. Abundant with apple, plum, peach and apricot orchards place is a hidden beauty, mostly unexplored. Among the major peaks visible from here are Nanda Devi, Nanda kot, Nandaghunti, Trishul and Panchchuli. The most enchanting thing about this place is its serenity and tranquillity. The immenseness of nature in the background of a boundless sky and mighty Himalayas provides. An air, that’s oozing out the elixir of life.

7. Chaukori


Chaukori is a dream destination, surrounded by the imposing Himalayan peaks and dense forests. At a height of 2,010 meters, above to the sea level and 173 km far from Nainital, Chaukori is not just another hill station, but it’s for the very few, who want to stay there, in the majestic vicinity of the Himalayas for an unbound view of the Nanda Devi and Panchchuli peaks.

Chaukori is one of the awesome places in Kumaon, where you will find tea gardens. As the name suggests, it’s like a bowl, cupped with the Himalayan heartland. One of the most magnificent aspects of holidaying in Chaukori is the fabulous sunrise and sunset point, which you are treated to. The night sky is studded with a million stars that simply take your breath away. The exotic mini town of Chaukori is unlike any other hill station you have seen. This is a somnolent, peaceful thorp, untouched by development, free from the clutches of tourism.

8. Munsiyari

munsiyari-flora & fauna

Situated in the District of Uttarakhand, Munsiyari is the easternmost hill in India, bordering Tibet, which is known by the name of Little Kashmir. The region is a Heaven for the nature lovers and the adventurous souls. One can have the breathtaking views of the Majestic Himalayan peaks. Munsiyari is the base for the trekkers to Milam, Namik, Ralam Glaciers and Nanda Devi peaks. It is a fast developing centre for skiing and other winter sports. Munsiyari is at the base of the high Himalayan mountain range, and it is also a starting point of various treks. Glacier enthusiasts, high altitude trekkers and nature enthusiastic commonly use it as their hub or base camp. It is a fast growing tourist destination.

9. Champawat


Champawat is a District of Uttarakhand state and situated at the northern part of India. The tow is a most popular tourist destination in India and was also the Capital of Chand rulers. Champawat has a wide range of popular flora & fauna. The district is covered by the popular trees of Teak, Babool, Eukalyptus, Sagon, Bail and Jamun. The large number of mineral is also available in this hilly area. Champawat is a beautiful town with picturesque landscape and terrace field.

There are also so many popular pilgrims to visit. The main attraction of this town is Baleshwar temple that you must visit during your Champawat trip. The temple is dedicated to the Lord Shiva and the entire temple is made by stone.

10. Lansdown


Lansdown is a quaint small town of unspoilt beauty and it is situated at an elevation of 1780 mtrs above sea level, south of Pauri en-route Kotdwara and surrounded by thick oak and blue pine forest, with great mountain views. It is a very charming place for a calm holiday as it is untamed of the usual hustle and bustle of other hill station.

Lansdown was originally a well known hill station within the Britishers. Attracted by its salubrious climate and natural beauty, they established a cantonment here. It was institutionalized by the, then Viceroy Lord Lansdowne in 1887, thus the place has been declared as the name of Lansdown.  This is a major place of the activities of freedom fighters from British Garhwal . Nowadays, there is a command office of the famous Garhwal Rifles of the Indian Army.

River Rafting In Rishikesh Has Closed Reopen Mid of September

If you love water sports and planning for Rishikesh tour then postpone your dates now due closing of Rafting and Camping. Yes, River Rafting in Rishikesh has closed today due to heavy rain. Every year rafting and river side camping closed after month of Jun and reopen mid of September.



Mr. Mahiraj Singh CEO of Majestic Journey said that-  “White Water River Rafting is not possible during rainy season July to September due to heavy rain and the flow of water is not safe. Tourist can visit- pilgrimages, hill station, trekking and all which are safe on mansoon. There is one option for camping is Dhaunalti. Adventure lover can enjoy Dhaunalti camping also.“

Every year thousands of adventure lovers came to Rishikesh and enjoy adventure sports. Rafting is the best water sports loved by every tourist.

Don’t Worry It Will Reopen Mid Of September

Wait for some time to hit rapids on the Ganga River. We come back soon with new excitement and new adventure sports in Rishikesh. Best time for Rafting on Ganga River is October to May because the water level is perfect and safe for every age of adventure lover (not below 12 year child). October to mid Of December is also time when the temperature is perfect to planning for trekking. During this period you can enjoy Dhaunalti camping also.

Adventure Activities in Rishikesh

Rishikesh is one of the best and very popular pilgrimages for the Hindus, but from some year it’s also known as Adventure city also. Rishikesh is the best place for adventure like- Rafting, Camping, Trekking, Rock climbing and Repelling, Bungee Jumping and more.


5 Best Place to Visit in Uttarakhand State


Uttarakhand state is full of unspoiled natural beauty, covered by Himalayan mountain ranges. It is rich in dense forest, Snow Mountain peak, many glaciers, rivers and nature resource water.

Thousands of travels came here to enjoy adventure, wildlife and nature more, each and every year. There are many destinations for visiting like- Numbers of Hills station, Nationals Parks, Adventure cities, Wildlife areas and more. We are describing here only top 5 destinations in Uttarakhand state.




Rishikesh is well known destinations for yoga; one can say it is birth place of yoga. But now days it is also known as Adventure city as well. This town is situated on the banks of the Ganges River, surrounded by hills on three sides, not far from Hardwar in Uttarakhand. There are numbers of temples, ashrams, and yoga institutes.

If you are Adventure lover and nature lover then, Rishikesh is waiting for you. Rafting with camping is one of the best adventure sports in this area. If you are looking coming weekends any adventure then it’s sure you will come this.

There are some camping sits which is provides this opportunity like- Camp Majestic in Byasi. Having 16 luxury camps and offers- Rafting, Camping, trekking and camp in-door and outdoor games.

Adventure sports to do- Camping (Beach and Luxury), Rafting, Trekking, Body surfing, Kayaking, Bungee Jumping, Rock Climbing and many more games.

Jim Corbett National Park-


02-CTR TIGERCorbett National Park is one of the oldest parks, established in 1936. It is covered approximately 520 quire kilometres. This park rich in species of plants (488), Wide Varity of wildlife life like- Tiger, elephants, Deer, chital,  King cobra,  wild boar, around 600 birds species and many more.

Please Note– it is always advisable book your safari and Stay point (resort) before tour date.

There are 4 most wanted safari zone- Dhikala, Bijrani, Jhirana and Durga Devi. This Diwali and coming weekends you can gift your family this wildlife adventure tour. One of the best Bijrani zone open yesterday so you have option to choose 3 zones now. Dhikala will re-open after 15th November.



Nainital is located at 1938mtr above the sea level and surrounded by green hills and around the Naini Lake. There are some most hot points visitors never miss them-

  • Naini Lake
  • Eco Cave Gardens
  • Naina Peak
  • Thandi Sadak
  • Nainital Zoo
  • Himalayan View Point
  • Snow View
  • Horse Riding
  • Pangot and Kilbury Bird Sanctuary
  • Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Lands’ End
  • Tiffin Top

If you are nature, wildlife lovers and palling for Honeymoon Nainital is best destination for you. There is a famous local market called bhotiya market enjoy shopping there.

Mostly people wants to visit Nainital in November to February and April to July, i mean summer and winter season. Winter season invites you to enjoy snowfall or snow sports here and summer is takes you lay of nature. Nainital is one of the best destination in Summer season for visitors in India.



IMG_20150102_115741438_HDRMussoorie is located at a distance of 35 kms from Dehradun. It is a wonderful hill station in uttarakhand state, height of 2005mts, situated at the foothills of the Himalayas and well know as the queen of hills in uttarakhand.

Thousands of tourists visit every year in Mussoorie, offer najestic view of Shivalik range in Dun valley. There are some hot destinations in Mussoorie visitor can’t miss every-

  • Kempty falls
  • Bhatta falls
  • Jharipani fall
  • Childer’s lodge mussoorie
  • Mossy fall
  • Lake mist
  • Gun hill
  • Camel s back road
  • Mussoorie christ church


Ranikhet –

ranikhetThis is another wonderful honeymoon hill station in uttarakhand state, at an altitude of 1829mtr, alos known as Queens of Hills. If you are looking hill station with wildlife Ranikhet is perfect for you or become dream destinations. There are some awesome places you can visit when you are here-

  • Jhula Devi Temple
  • Chaubatia Orchard
  • Nanda Devi Mela
  • Upat and Kalika
  • Mankameshwar Temple
  • Haidakhan Babaji Temple
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Lovely 2 Cubs with their family in Bijrani Zone- Corbett National park Unbelievable

Good news for all wildlife lovers, watching a family of tigers first day first safari in Bijrani zone. lovely 2 cubs with their family.

TigerThe Supreme Court allowed for tourism activities in tiger reserves areas, Corbett National Park (CNP) administration on Wednesday decided to re-open its famous Bijrani Zone for all wildlife lovers.
This is wildlife Zones along with other Zones like Dhikala and Jhirna which were (Dhikala) officially re-open after 15 November 2014, (closed due to rain). On Wednesday, around 250 wildlife lovers undertook the safari. Only 25-30 jeeps are allowed to conduct tours in one shift a day (60 jeeps in two shifts).

tigersHaving limited day trip in Bijrani zone. Jim Corbett National Park is spread across 521 sq km in Nainital, (Ramnagar) and Pauri districts, is home to Bengal tiger (is the major draw of the park) , 50 species of mammals, 580 bird species, 110 tree species, and 25 reptile species. Jim Corbett Park has been divided into four wildlife safari zones namely- Bijrani, Dhikala Zone, Jhirna Zone and Durga Devi.

“It’s awesome to meet king of Jungle along with first day first safari in Corbett. they really awesome and cute cubs with her mom. Previously we have seen a lot of animals in many parks and  zoo, but this is the first time we will see them in the open area on corbett national park. So, we are really very excited. For the first time we have come to the Corbett and we are enjoying a lot,” said – Arjun Singh, a tourist”.

Every year thousand of tourist visit corbett park enjoy there wildlife, Nature and adventure. hopefully these cubs attracts numbers of tourist in Bijrani zone.

sorry to say we have no real images of these family. this images take from Google.

That’s Why Rishikesh City Famous For Camping And Rafting.

Rishikesh city is a popular tourist destination because of its beautiful scenery of Uttarakhand. Rishikesh is also much popular among Hindus because of many Hindu pilgrimages in the city. The free flowing rivers holy Ganga and the high mountains the Himalaya form the major attraction of this place. So you get two-in-one benefit on visiting the city means that killing two birds with one stone.

Camping with River Rafting is one of the most popular sports of Rishikesh because of several free flowing rivers Ganga falling from high Himalayan altitudes. Ganga River makes the wonderful 5 grade rapids on the way of Rishikesh. Camping and rafting is wonderful combination of a beautiful environment will relax your body and soul to give a heavenly experience in holy place. In fact river rafting is so popular in Rishikesh that your trip is not complete unless you have tasted the river.Image

Rishikesh city offers 3 types of camping in different location in Rishikesh like- beach camp, jungle camp and luxury camp.

Beach Camps: beach camps are also located near rivers or bank of river. Beach camping provides a beautiful evening Ganga view to the visitors in Rishikesh city. Beach camps are usually used for body surfing, kayaking, cliff jumping, river rafting and trekking activities.



Jungle Camps: Jungle camping has tented space on twin sharing basis in the mid of jungle. These camps may locate inside forests and far from the river side. Jungle camp provides bonfire and camp fire in the evening at the camps site. These camps are usually used for trekking, rock climbing and rappelling and many more. 


Luxury camps- Luxury camping has tented space on twin sharing basis in the mid of jungle. These camps may locate inside forests and far from the river side (a far from 1 to 2kms). Luxury camping provides running water toilets, light in the tent or backup also, dr. on call, bonfire and camp fire in the evening at the camps site. These camps are usually used for team building activity like river rafting, and others sports also trekking, rock climbing and rappelling, kayaking and many more. 



The River Ganga offers the 5+ grade rapids. There are some famous rafting points in Rishikesh city like- Shivpuri rafting point, Brahmpuri, Marine drive and Kaudiyala. Shivpuri offers the 16kms rafting and 2 grade rapids on the way. Brahmpuri is offers the 12kms rafting and 3 grade rapids, Marine drive- 24kms rafting, 3 to 4+ grade rapids and last one Kaudiyala- 32kms, 5+ grade rapids in Rishikesh.


All rapids are deepened on the way of water and the level of water on the Ganga River. There are some names of rapids like- T-off, Sweet Sixteen, Cross Fire, Three Blind Mice (Grade-3), Roller Coaster (Grade-4) and Golf Course (Grade-4), The Wall, Daniel’s Dip, T-Off, Black Money.


Rishikesh offers rafting, camping, bungee jumping, trekking, Rock climbing, repelling, body surfing, kayaking, paint ball, cliff jumping, river crossing and many more adventure activity.


You Never Feel Like This- Luxury Camping with Bungee Jumping in Rishikesh

We reached Bungee Jumping point in Rishikesh an hour late. After some formalities in their office, we all friends moved to Bungee Jumping platform but in peak point only two people can stand only then rohit my friend want to there and we all wait for our turn. He was ready for jump and my heart beat was running fast even I was excited for jump but………!!. Before jumping, guide cross checked all the locks 2 times each and then he asked to move slowly towards the edge of jumping platform.Bungee jumping

That time I forget everything and I just look at rohit face and he also look at me. Before jumping he murmuring to me but I was not hear that voice we are in distance. He close his eyes and jumped woooooooo…..he open his both hand and fly in the sky or just look that, hold on a rope…believe me he looked like crocked when he jumped but after a half mnt. He is enjoying it. His hand looks like a wings and he fly in the sky.

Now, my turn to jump and enjoy the bungee jumping. I was in platform of jumping and that was the time when I realized about what I am appropriating today. I was excited but somewhere or else I was afraid. Guides checked my lock 3 times and ask to move edge of jumping point.

I forget everything when I sow height of jumping 83mtr. Ooo my god it a big challenge for me really but I want to enjoy and it was a part of our plan. So finally I jumped and fly, when I was falling down I think it’s my last time but suddenly I stopped fall down 2ft from river and I am like owl because I was tied/hold by rope.    I really enjoy bungee jumping in Rishikesh it was my first and last experience of jumping in Rishikesh after that we never went there may this summer we plan for that adventure. After bungee jumping we return to our Luxury camp in Byasi (Rishikesh).Luxury Camp Majestic

Camping fun also a great fun near the camp site we stay in Luxury Jungle Camping “Camp Majestic”. First day after lunch we also enjoy river rafting from Marin drive 24kms also.  It was really amazing trip. Bungee jumping experience was really wonderful if you like for bungee jumping funs just try it and share your experience. It was really superb Experience with Majestic Team. We all thanks to Majestic Team to make such a great tour.

Top 5 Camping places In Uttarakhand

Camping is the best ideal way of exploring the region diversity and unity of Uttarakhand. Camping is an opportunity to relax your mundane life of daily routine. Uttarakhand is indeed blessed with a lot of amazing undiscovered regions that need exploring. Camping in Uttarakhand is the best outdoor leisure activities for every age group of people in any destination of camping. Let see the top 5 Camping destinations in Uttarakhand.

1- Camping in RishikeshDSCN4850

Rishikesh city is located at foothills of Himalaya in Uttarakhand state. Rishikesh is famous for  camping and rafting on river Ganga, and offers not only luxurious camping but also all adventure option near the city such as- Rafting, Bungee Jumping, Rock climbing, Trekking and many more. These adventure activities are beauty of Rishikesh city people from all over the world.  Rishikesh offers three types camping near the city- Beach camp, Jungle camp and Luxury camp. Famous Camping points in Rishikesh are – Shivpuri, Marine drive, Byasi and Kaudiyala.

2 – Camping in Dhanaulti

This place is ideal for camping in summer for any age of people, to get relax from the hot sun. it is situated at a height of 2287 mtr from sea level, hill station in the garhwal district. The most visit time in Dhanaulti is March to June and again to visit in winters, November to February, making these months the best memory in your beautiful life.

3- Camping in Choptachopta

Chopta is known as a point of a trek to Tunganath Temple (highest temple of Lord Shiva) and further to Chandrashilla, located at an altitude of 2600 m in Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand. Chopta Camping offers wonderful view of snow, birds watching, trekking and many more. Camping are normally made by safari tents and offers the best quality food and good services at the jungle camping and one can say this place ideal for trekking.

4- Camping in Pangot

Pangot is small pictorial village to refresh for those, who are looking for some serenity. Pangot is located 15 kms from Nainital hill station, simply reached by 30mit from Nainital. Camping in Pagot offers the best of the best services. Pangot camping also offers- bird watching, mountain biking, trekking and many more adventure activity. Best time for camping in Pangot is March to July.

5- Camping in kanatalDSCN6867

If anyone is looking for an adventurous outing fun or to close nature so Kanatal camping is waiting for you.  Kanatal is situated close to the bustling hill station of Mussourie (Dehradun).  Kanatal camping offers trekking, rock climbing, repelling and many more adventure sports. Kanatal camping offers mundane facility in luxury camping and best food quality, need/cline beds, good services and many more.

Rafting in Rishikesh

Lunched New Web Site for Rishikesh Rafting and Camping Packages

Hi, now don’t worry your holiday tour in rishikesh. It’s good news for all adventure sports and wildlife seeker because we are launching a new web site-

Majestic journey has launched adventure and wildlife site for all nature lovers who wants create some unforgettable holydays movements in Rishikesh with adventure.

Mr. Mahiraj Singh, CEO of Majestic Journey said that Welcome to our Adventure and Wildlife web site portal. Having new adventure and wildlife tour packages, new photo gallery and new stylish features include an interactive map of root with our location. One can check a live weather update and current travel update. Now it easy to book your holiday packages due to Query form, send massages, e-mails and more function.

He also added to their speech- “The awesome landscape of Rishikesh city offers all Adventure and Wildlife safaris at rajaji national park or Corbett. It’s won your choice to choose your best holyday packages to Just click and get your own budget tour packages for Rishikesh.

Don’t miss your adventure tour if you are adventure and wildlife lovers. You can get all kind of info and packages of – Rafting, Camping, Trekking wildlife safaris and many more from our new website portal-

It’s first time to book online your adventure and wildlife tour with your own choice and many more on our portal. You can get other tour and travel packages like Jim Corbett National park, Uttarakhand hill station, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand tourism, char dham yatra and many more.

Visit the new adventure web site for your packages and why not give us your feedback on the new website by posting a comment on our Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and Google+.