travel holiday destination near Delhi-unexplored in Uttarakhand

3 less explored holiday destinations in Uttarakhand for ultimate peace

Uttarakhand happens to be the originating point of some significant Indian rivers, and it literally is the land of spirituality. It houses some of the most pristine and spectacular hill stations which can be the perfect weekend getaway from Delhi.

After exploring the highly trodden places it was time for me to explore the unexplored side of Uttarakhand, starting from snow capped mountain ranges, to being adventurous with the adrenaline rushing mountain climbing, to trekking or simply taking a leisurely walk, I was looking forward to these 3 magnificent and not so run of the mill places.

This holiday could be perfectly tagged as the adventurous road trip from Delhi as I was sure it was going to be a thrilling weekend getaway from Delhi along with having a calming effect on me as I could sense the freshness I was going to explore, by discovering the unexplored (after the rejuvenating holiday all I can say is that you would not wanna miss it)…

If you are also planning to tread the same path as I did hence curious to know about some of the magnificent off-beaten travel destinations to spend your holidays in Uttarakhand, then I am sure this blog will surely answer most of your questions.


If you want to have a perfect weekend getaway from Delhi and looking to beat the sweltering heat, then Askot is an ideal pick which is located at an elevation of approx. 1106 m.Askot-hill station near Delhi

Askot is a small town in between Dharchula and Pithorgarh while travelling on the way to the famous Kailash Mansarovar yatra which is surrounded by the mesmerizing and lofty mountain peaks of the beautiful Kumaon Himalaya, Askot’s beauty is accentuated by the river Kali which flows close to it.

The prime attraction of this travel destination is the famous Askot Musk Deer sanctuary, which indeed is so beautiful.

The best time to visit this place is between April and September.


“I want to simply unwind in the lap of nature…. That’s all I want to do”, if this is the thought that has been cropping up in your mind time and again then I personally suggest the place Khati because it is one of the most pristine, unexplored and virgin places to unwind and relax. While trekking in here I did realize that the quaint locals and sparse population makes this place no less than a paradise of unadulterated natural beauty.khati-weekend getaway destination in bagheswar-uttarakhand

Khati happens to be the last inhabited village while on the way to Pindari Glacier, and is located on the Pindari Glacier Trek, super perfect for weekend getaway. When it comes to phone connectivity it would be wise to know that only BSNL network works in here.

Best time to visit this place is from April to November except the monsoon


Rather than letting your head spin with the stress of daily life, it’s wise to go to a quaint hill station that can offer you the perfect retreat from the rigmarole and i.e. CHAUKORI. Chaukori is one of the most untouched and unexplored tourist places in Uttrakhand.chaukori-holiday home destination in-pithoragarh-uttarakhand-india

It is renowned for its plush green tea gardens which were established by the British Colonial rulers. Since the environment is so pure and clean, the sight of sunset and sunrise are creatively unique in nature. Having a varied amount of forestation comprising of pine, oak, and rhododendron tress interlaced with orchards and cornfields this place is a literal paradise and the best location to plan a special holiday.

Don’t forget to visit the places here which are the epitome of tranquility like Arjuneshawar Shiva Temple, Mostamanu Temple, Harinag Temple, Ghunsera Devi Temple and Kapileshwar Mahadev Temple, etc.

Best time to visit this place is from April to June



About Ashima Kumar

“A sOuL of FiRe, and a HeArT of GoLd, Believes in the unbelievable, as nothing is impossible, be it a mountain or a mole, Matter of time, isn’t it for all, So be happy and smile, as life is indeed small.” My name is ASHIMA which means LIMITLESS, born with a go getter attitude, and a belief that even the sky isn’t the limit. A writer by profession, a poet by will.  I have served in the corporate sector for 6 years as a voice and accent coach and a soft skills trainer. Being from a defense background, travelling is in my blood and something I adore, especially after being a mother of two, I realize it even more. Reading and writing are my passion, a vagabond at heart with a mind full of Positivity and appreciation for nature.

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