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Uttarakhand Village Tour Packages

Details Tour Packages
Duration : 2 Nights / 3 Days
Places to Visit: Jeolikote | Peora | Sarmoli | Mana
TOUR OVERVIEW A part of the North of India, Uttarakhand is the ‘Land of Gods’ within which humans exist. Vastly known and coveted for its spiritual standing within the country, Uttarakhand, is peppered with small hamlets and villages overlooking scenic locations, vast number of hills, snow-capped mountain peaks, golden rays reflecting on the ice, the milky waterfalls, misty surroundings, stretched orchards and plantations, and much more. The villages are an abode to villagers who mostly follow the old way of life and are in harmony with nature. Surviving the mountains and being able to live sustainably is the purpose of their lifes...
  • Day 01: Delhi - Jeolikote

    Catch the flight form Delhi to Jolly Grant Airport, Dehradun, crossing about 207 km in an hour. Our representatives will receive you at the airport and transfer you to Jeolikote village by crossing 275km within 7 and half hours. Greet you host family, relax, adjust to your surroundings, communicate with host family, try your hand at cooking, have lip smacking dinner and rest for the night

  • Day 02: Exploring the Jeolikote Village

    Wake up early morning, have breakfast and go on a tour of the Jelikote Village. Situated In the Nainital Districh, this village is a gatekeeper to the Naini Lake. Horticulture and floriculture are important aspects of the life in Jelikote. Many seasonal flowers along with fruits are grown here. Thus, you get to visit the flower and fruit orchards here. Also, Honeybee rearing is done here, so that while touring this hill station village, you can observe how honeybees are bred and then how honey is extracted. Spend some time in butterfly and bird watching. Have dinner; keep your bags packed for tomorrow, and sleep.

  • Day 03: Exploring the Peora Village

    In the morning, after breakfast, travel 66km within 2 hours to reach the Peora village. This village is called the ‘fruit bowl of Uttrakahand’ and filled with orchards of peaches, pears, plums, etc. All these orchards can be explored; the various activities being done in these orchards can be observed and even be partaken in. Have lunch. Also, here you can visit ‘Arohi’, which is a social organization working towards well-being and development within the communities within the mountains of Uttarakhand. Late afternoon leave Peora village to ride 220km within 8 hours to reach the Sarmoli Village in Munsyari by late evening. You’ll be staying at a home stay in Sarmoli.

  • Day 04: Exploring the Sarmoli Village

    Wake up to the chirping of birds early in the morning. Sarmoli village is situated within the mountains in Uttarakhand and is a unique combination of technology and nature. The people of Sarmori while following their traditions are ready to accept technology within their lives. You can even find an Instagram page run by the people of Munsyari. These mountains are blessed with a variety of flowers, fruits, mushrooms and also varieties of butterflies, birds, etc. can be found here. The people here are slowly progressing, and the progress is a sustainable one. You can interact with locals and learn about their lifestyle. What makes this village much unique that it is exposed to the tourists as there is a multi- day arts festival called Himal Kalasutra celebrated here along with other surrounding villages and tourists also become a part of it. Try out the traditional spicy lemon dish called as chook is possible, and also get to see how baskets are woven from bamboos, which is a good option for plastic bags. There is much to learn and observe about sustainable living from this small village. Return to your home stay, have dinner, keep your bags packed and ready, rest for the night.

  • Day 05: Sarmoli to Mana

    In morning, after breakfast, leave Sarmoli to reach mana by crossing 366km within 13 hours. Have lunch in between the journey. Reach Mana Village by late evening, meet and greet your host family with whom you’ll be staying. Unpack, try your hand at cooking the local cuisine, have dinner, and rest for the night

  • Day 06: Exploring the Mana Village

    Wake up early morning, get ready and go on a tour of the village. Your host will be taking you through the village telling you about its rich cultural history, and the present workings, explaining to you their everyday life. Be sure to quest your curiosity by questioning away and do try your hand at various farming and animal rearing activities. Also try cooking the food and get a taste of the traditional cuisine. Go crossing the Bheem Pul which is at walking distance. If you are interested in a bit of adventure, there is a trek further of the Bheem Pul. Have dinner and leave for an overnight journey to Sankri

  • Day 07: Exploring Sankri

    Reach Sankari by afternoon after crossing 455 km from Mana. You’ll be staying in with the family residing in the village in their warm and cozy wooden house. Have lunch there and rest for the day. Soak in the beautiful surroundings and interact with your hosts. Cook with your hosts the local cuisine; enjoy dinner with the family and rest.

  • Day 08: Sankri to Delhi

    Wake up early in the morning, and have a fulfilling breakfast. Your hosts will take you on the tour of the village. Early afternoon, pack your bags, thank your hosts and travel 220km within 7hr 20 minutes to reach the Dehradun airport. Catch the flight back to Delhi.

Package Includes
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Meal included
  • Transportation
  • Comfortable Bed
Package Excludes
  • Monument Entry Fee
  • Driver Tip
  • Shopping
  • Everything which is not included in "Includes"

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