Best things to do in Chakrata

Are you planning a trip to Uttarakhand? Great choice! But where in Uttarakhand? Umm..this question made you think, right? Have you ever heard of a place called Chakrata? It may be a new name to many of you, but trust us when we say it is just magnificent and a powerful spot to visit.

This beautiful hill station of Chakrata is at an elevation of 2,118 metres above sea level, covered from all sides by the sun-kissed Himalayan peaks. Surrounded by Coniferous forest, this hill station is far away from the rush and bustle of city life. This isolated hill village, which can also be called a loner’s paradise, is nestled in the Dehradun area and can be a perfect weekend hideaway for you. Dehradun, Uttarakhand’s capital, is only 90 kilometres away from this place.

 

Tiger falls

The best time to visit Tiger falls is especially after Monsoon. The vistas here are simply gorgeous and robust. Apart from being a great picnic location, the tiger falls are also the end of a neighbouring trekking path. As a result, if you enjoy adventure and want to go on a thrilling journey, these falls in Uttarakhand should be your next stop.

The falls have managed to keep their natural splendour. The short, steep walk there is well worth it.

 

Deoband spot

Deoband, at 2200 metres above sea level, has panoramic views of the Himalayan mountains and is bordered by rich deodar trees. A large number of bird watchers are attracted to this place since they are home to a variety of Himalayan Woodpeckers, Green Backed Tit, white collared blackbirds, and many more such species. Vyasa Shikhar, where Vyasa authored Mahabharata, is a 15-minute walk from these forests, and if the weather is fine, you can see a succession of Himalayan ranges and peaks there.

 

Budher Caves

The Budher Caves, also known as Miola caves, are located around 30 kilometres from Chakrata. If you want to experience cave exploration, it is one of the famous destinations for the same.

Have you read Mahabharata? This cave is thought to have been dug by Pandavas when they went for “Vanvaas,” or exile, before the Mahabharata War.

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