Formerly known as Uttaranchal, the northern state of India is often referred as the land of Gods. The state has many revered Hindu temples and shrines that are mushroomed throughout the state make it a highly visited pilgrimage. Known for its natural beauty and wealth of Himalayas, the state is no less than a paradise for the visitors that allure everyone from everywhere. The state is fondly known as Dev Bhoomi, is a boon for devotees. Maha Kumbh Mela, Char Dham Yatra , Kailash Mansarovar Yatra has given an international recognition to the state . Haridwar, Rishikesh, Kedarnath, Badrnath, Kankhal, Devprayag, Rudraprayag are some of the most revered pilgrimages situated over here and makes it one of the most visited states of India.
Uttaranchal is a paradise for nature lovers and adventure sports enthusiasts. Mussoorie, Nainital, Ranikhet, Pithoragarh are some of the naturally blessed hill stations which makes it one of the most sought after tourist destinations in India. Among them Ranikhet reflects the very best of heavenly Himalayas. A tiny hill station which means the “Queen of Fields, is situated at an altitude of 1,869 meters above the sea level is a cantonment area that offers panoramic views of Western Himalayas. The cantonment town speaks about is colonial connection during the British regime. Thus the hill station is a perfect amalgamation of representing both the old and new. The hill station of Ranikhet is divided into two ridges namely Ranikhet Ridge and Chaubattia Ridge. The Ranikhet ridge serves as an ideal town that offers a great escape to the guests from scorching summers.
The hill station is a visual retreat for families, nature lovers, adventure enthusiasts and especially for the honeymooners. The charm of the hill station is irresistible with invigorating mountain breeze, chirping birds, panoramic views of Himalayas, ripened fruits, sunlight filtered from the misty clouds, green meadows, attractive wildlife etc which makes it an all season destination. To fulfill the accommodation needs of its discrete travellers, Ranikhet is decked with variety of hotels for comfortable and budget accommodations to cater the needs of its guests. On Ranikhet tours the guests can never feel bored as this tiny hilly resort has so much to see and explore. Two major fairs Maha Savitri fair and Syalde Bikhoti fair are the major crowd pullers that attract the visitors from far off places. For sightseeing, Ranikhet offer ample of options to its visitors. Major attractions on Ranikhet tours include Jhoola Devi Ram Mandir, Naithna Devi, Mankameshwar, Binsar Mahadev, Hairakhan Temple etc.
The hill station enjoys a pleasant climate throughout the year. The winters are the major attraction for those who love snow falls and wants to enjoy winter sports while the summers offer a great escape from the scorching heat of plains.
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The best season to enjoy Ranikhet tours is during the months of March to October. Uttranchal Tours and especially the Ranikhet tour open the world of serenity to its travellers as the whole region is encompassed with ethereal bliss which has been maintained by nature loving people.
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