A part from those that are much popular with tourists worldwide, Uttarakhand also has those hill stations that are still to be explored. These tourist destinations are, in fact, hidden treasures that you'll love to visit. The best part about visiting Joshimath is that it's not only a picturesque hill station but also a pilgrimage centre. Therefore, a visit to this town can really provide you with a unique experience.
Located at an altitude of 1,890 m above sea level, the town of Joshimath has a lot in store for travelers (like you) to explore and experience. Ancient Hindu scriptures have also mentioned Joshimath, which increases the divinity of the place even more. One of the best things about Joshimath is that it is counted among the four maths set up back in the 8th century by Adi Guru Shri Shankaracharya.
Being a wonderful hill station, Joshimath also features many adventure sports and activities that you can enjoy during your tour. Most importantly, Joshimath is known to offer some of the most scenic treks where you can reconnect with nature and appreciate the beauty that the state of Uttarakhand is known for. July and August are the most ideal months to enjoy trekking tours in Joshimath.
While visiting Joshimath, you can also plan to visit the Valley of Flowers. This town is actually the point from where trekkers start their adventure-packed journey to the Valley of Flowers. During your tour to the town, you'll also come across to many ancient Hindu temples and holy sites. During the winter season, Lord Badri is taken to Joshimath (at the Vasudeva Temple) from Badrinath. You can also plan many excursion tours while staying in Joshimath.
At Ganga Valley Adventure, you can access all the necessary details about the town of Joshimath so as to plan your tour accordingly. If you are interested in travelling to the town and having a fantastic experience, you can get in touch with our travel advisors who will be happy to plan a tour as per your specific requirements.
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