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On The Religious Path in Himalayas!

11-Day Simple Itinerary for Eastern Uttarakhand by Mehul Sharma

Pithoragarh
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OffbeatA truly hidden and local experience
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BasicEconomical options for the backpacker
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Includes stays. Excludes meals, activitiesWhat's included
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11 nights
Hello!  I always wanted to do something ‘Hattke,’ and it was until very recently that I actually decided to go ahead with my intuition. I went on a solo trip to explore the eastern side of Uttarakhand, which usually misses its mark on the typical to show more

Trip Itinerary

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Delhi to Almora

Day 1

Your first day is mostly taken up by travelling from your home city to the dream destination.
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Almora to Chettai Golu Devta Temple

Day 2

It is the most famous and sacred temple near Almora (just 8 km away). It is reputed to make every wish come true, provided the worshipper ask for it with a clear conscience.
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Jageshwar and Back to Almora

Day 2

It's a must visit Pilgrimage Site. You have around 100 😳 Hindu Temples, all in a single valley!
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Almora to Pithoragarh

Day 3

This is your gateway to Nepal. It's the easternmost Himalayan district and shares its border with Tibet and Nepal.
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Pithoragarh-Maushtamanu Temple & to Dharchula

Day 4

We visit a temple which is dedicated to Lord Mosta, who is the local deity of the region who is considered the god of water and rain. An exotic location with a serene environment makes it super heavenly! 
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Explore Dharchula

Day 5

This day shall be a fast-paced one! You can cover Narayan Ashram, Om Parvat, Adi Kailash, Kali River and Dhauliganga Dam.
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Say Hello to Nepal!

Day 5

If time allows, a visit to the border is must.
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Dharchula to Munsiyari

Day 6

You can visit this highly serene and offbeat hamlet in a remote area of Uttarakhand. It’s famous for the snow-capped views of the five sister peaks ‘Panchchulli’ during sunrise and sunset. 
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Explore Munsiyari

Day 7-9

Following are things you can do here: Panchachulli peaks can be seen throughout the village of Munsiyari. Birthi Falls is a hidden waterfall that requires a short trek. Balanti Potato Farm is another heavenly plantation site from where the views of mountains are just breathtaking. 
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Munsiyari to Almora

Day 10

This is our first half towards the return leg.
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Almora to Delhi

Day 11

This is our second half of the return leg. Your trip ends here!
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My Stay

Hotel Shikhar

Day 1-2

This is where I had stayed for the first two days of my trip. Pretty basic, reasonable! However, I enjoyed a good service provided by the staff.
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My Other Stay

Day 3

Satkar Hotel had one of the best locations in Pithoragarh! Completely by itself and you'll simply be in love with its serenity.
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My Stay in Dharchula

KMVN Tourist House - Dharchula ,Pithoragarh

Day 4-5

A brilliant option for those who are quiet low on budget and this certainly helped me!
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My Stay in Munsiyari

Vijay Mount View Resort ,Pithoragarh

Day 6-9

I was very happy with the cleanliness of their rooms. The views from their balcony on the back is unbeatable.
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What's included

Stays included

No meals included

No activities included

No transfers included