Rishikesh – Chopta Tour


Uttarakhand became the 27th state of the Republic of India on 9th November 2000. The State is carved out of Uttar Pradesh. It occupies 17.3% of India’s total land area with 51,125 sq km.On Uttarakhand Travel; you will find the great diversity of the region where snow-clad mountains, green hills, fertile valleys, flowing rivers and thriving lakes add to the natural beauty. The popular hill stations of Uttarakhand are Nainital, Bhimtal, Almora, Ranikhet, Pithoragarh, Munsiyari, Mussoorie, Chopta, Valley of Flowers, Joshimath and Lansdowne. For unlimited serenity and tranquility in pleasant pollution free environs, hill station on Uttarakhand Travel are ideal for vacations. To enhance the attractiveness of the region are the several natural lakes in the region, which are the center of attraction of the town and good for sporting activities. Since Uttarakhand is known as the Abode of the gods, there are several highly venerated pilgrimage places. The tourists must visit Kedarnath, Badrinath, Henmkund Sahib, Gangotri, Yamunotri, Jageshwar, Bageshwar, Rishikesh and Haridwar for their religious importance on Uttarakhand Travel. Each hilltop or bent is known to have a temple, big or small, which are considered very sacred by the locals.Uttarakhand is ideal for several adventure sports activities because of its geographical attributes. While on Uttarakhand Travel, the tourist must take the maximum pleasure out of adventure sports like trekking, ice-skiing, white water rafting, sailing, boating, kayaking, canoeing, yachting, water-skiing and parasailing. To climb the big mountain stretch or to pass the dense jungles of the hills is in itself very exciting. The huge water-filled rivers and deep lakes are perfect for water sports. Tourists also prefer to go on Uttarakhand Travel to visit the abundant wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in the state. While you are on a visit to Uttarakhand, make sure to visit the Valley of Flower National Park, Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuaries, Nanda Devi National Park, Govind National Park, Assan Barrage National Park, Rajaji National Park and Corbett National Park.

About Chopta 

As the morning sun rises at a height of eleven thousand feet, the landscape emerges, changing color with each passing moment. Grey first, it slowly transforms into orange from pale yellow. It’s time to wake up and so the bird king of the high Himalayas, Monaal, takes a swift flight from the rocky outcrop into the valley. While doing so, it greets its friends below with a continues shrill call. And friends it has plenty – Musk deer, muntjac, gorals. Cautiously, they tread over the virgin snow, leaving behind an endless trail of footprints. Occasionally, they stop; lift their heads to catch a sign of the predator- Man or tiger. And once assured they are safe, they carry on. On another side of the mountain, a few cottages stand half immersed in snow. Winter is about to bow out, and soon the golden warmth of the sun will melt the snow. Drop by drop, the water will trickle down from the green tin roofs of the cottage housing the forest department, to form beautiful icicles. Hidden less than three feet of snow are thousands of grasses, shrubs and cold-blooded organisms. They will return to life once nature runs a soothing hand over them. But for now, it’s the snow that shrouds the landscape.

About Rishikesh
Rishikesh 24 Kms. from Hardwar. Located in the laps of lower Himalayas, and is surrounded by scenic beauty of the hills on three sides with Holy Ganga flowing through it. The whole place is considered to be sacred as it is believed that meditation at this place leads to attainment of salvation. There are many temples-some ancient, some new along the river Ganges. Rishikesh is important not only as pilgrimage centre closely associated with the Ramayana, but also as home for many important centres of Hindu religious thought and spirituality, and as a very great Yoga Centre. There are a great many ashrams and Yoga institutes here. Rishikesh is also the gateway and the start-off point for journeys to important religious places like Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri. Rishikesh is also acquiring greater significance as a centre for white water rafting, other revering sports, a base for treks and hikes in the beautiful Garhwal Himalayas. Rishikesh is an ideal destination not only for pilgrims but also for those who want to delve deeper into meditation, Yoga and other aspects of Hinduism. For the adventurous, Rishikesh is the place for starting their trekking expeditions and excursions towards the Himalayan peaks. The International Yoga week, which attracts participation from all across the world, is held here every year from 2nd to 7th Feb on the bank of Ganga River.

  • Destination:India
  • Duration:5 days
  • DATES : May 20 - May 25
    • Accommodation :Superior/Deluxe/Super Deluxe
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Day 01: New Delhi – Rishikesh – Rudraprayag
We all gather at our meeting point for our exiting adventures trip to Chopta. We start our trip to Chopta after dinner and reach Rishikesh early morning. Enroute we freshen up and take morning tea and light snacks and continue our journey and we reach Rudraprayag and check in at the hotel and afternoon free for leisure and overnight at the hotel.

Day 02: Rudraprayag- CHOPTA (80 KM / 3 HRS)
Breakfast at the hotel and today we drive to Chopta and check in at the Camps and allocations of tents. Afternoon free for acclimatation and enjoyment of nature. In the evening we do some adventure activities and play games. At night bonfire and dinner & overnight at the camp.

Day 03: Chopta – Tungnath – Chopta (4Km Trek & Visit Of Tungnath Temple)
Breakfast at the Camp. We Start early in the morning and climb up to the temple of Tungnath and beyond. Tungnath, one of the Shiva temples is the highest temple in Garhwal and has definitely a certain mystical/religious aspect which is quite based on the spectacular surrounding and views from there. Views which go far beyond the simple “view of mountains”. The summit of the Chandrashilla peak provides a breathtaking 360 degree view. After that we come back to the camp & Overnight at the camp.

DAY 04: Chopta – Rishikesh (200 Km/ 6-7 Hrs)
We take pack breakfast and we leave camp early in the morning for Rishikesh and we reach Rishikesh in the afternoon and check in at the camp and our day is free for leisure in the evening and overnight at the Camp.

DAY 05: Rishikesh – New Delhi (240 Km / 7 Hrs) 

Breakfast at the camp and we leave for one of the most extraordinary adventure in the world. Today at the final day we enjoy some breathtaking white water river rafting. After 3-4 hrs of adventure we reach Rishikesh and we can visit some interesting places in Rishikesh like ram jhula, Laxman jhula & local market. After lunch we leave for Delhi.

Tour ends with unforgettable memories………………………………………….


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