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Chamoli Tourism | How to Plan a Trip to Chamoli

  • Chamoli
Chamoli At a Glance
  • Average Climate:5°C - 25°C
  • Best Time to Visit:September - April
  • STD Code:01372

Chamoli Tourism | Chamoli Travel Guide

Holidaying in Uttarakhand can be a unique experience for its enchanting landscape. The Himalayan range emanates an aura of ethereal beauty that bewitches every traveler touring the land. Chamoli is an important tourist spot for being associated with Lord Shiva.

Temples dedicated to Lord Shiva are the primary places of importance in tour to Chamoli, the foremost shrine being Badrinath. Chamoli region is rich of natural beauty and has been a source of inspiration for great poets like Kalidas.

Chamoli is known for its historical, cultural and religious importance. Referred in the epic story Ramayana, Hanuman was believed to have found Sanjeevani herb from Chamoli.

It is also believed that the epic Mahabharata was written by Ved Vyas in Chamoli. On your tour to Chamoli, you should plan your trips to Badrinath, Hemkund Saheb, Panch Kedar and Panch Badri, the Valley of Flowers and Auli Bugyal.

You can undertake tour to Chamoli any time of the year because of its pleasant weather. Chamoli can be reach by road through a regular bus service that links it to all major cities of Uttarakhand such as Almora, Haridwar, Dehradun, Rishikesh and Nainital. Traveling by air will take you to the nearest airport to Chamoli Jollygrant which is 221 kms from Chamoli while the nearest railway station to Chamili is Rishikesh.

The adventurous would enjoy their tour to Chamoli since there are enough opportunities to join trekking clubs and embark on a week long trekking along the mountains.

On your tour o Chamoli you can choose from the range of moderate to good quality hotels for accommodation. Modern amenities and good services are the earmarks of the hotels in Chamoli.