Lofty, mountain peaks, snow-fed rivers and restless waterfalls welcome you to a land whose beauty epitomizes the word "divine". Rightly termed "Devabhoomi" or the "abode of the Gods", a tour to Uttaranchal reveals the exotic secrets of nature, while enriching the visitors to the land with a culture that is one of the richest in the world. Comprising of 14 hilly districts of the state of Uttar Pradesh, the newly formed state of Uttaranchal is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. A perfect destination for newly weds, planning their honeymoon in Uttaranchal as well as weekend getaways to Uttaranchal, tourism in Uttaranchal has truly much to offer the visitors to the land. A major center of pilgrimage in India, a holiday in Uttaranchal is incomplete without witnessing the mystic glory of the various temples of Uttaranchal.
By Air :- The airports in the province of Uttaranchal are at Jolly Grant, which is located close to the state's capital of Dehradun and another, at Pantnagar. Both Dehradun and Pantnagar are well-connected to a number of Indian cities and states by regular flights. The state is also located close to New Delhi, the capital of India, which has an international airport, well-connected to a number of cities all around the world.
By Rail :- Uttaranchal is well connected to a number of other states of India via an efficient network of railways. The railway system is the main lifeline of this comparatively newly formed province of India, which coupled with the extensive network of roads that characterizes the state, is the predominant means of communication in Uttaranchal. The main railway stations of Uttaranchal are Dehradun, Haridwar and Kathgodam which receive and see off a number of express, super fast and passenger trains from and to a number of the cities of India.
By Road :- Home to an extensive network of roads, Uttaranchal is well-connected to almost all the parts of the country, by its well-maintained roads.