Places to visit in India Post Covid-19 World

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The Indian state governments have started the process of working Lockdown for the people who have been restored due to the industries of the damaged tourists. 

While people are saying that it is not safe to travel right now. Some people are considering the city and state to start their journey and have started making travel lists.

Unfortunately, COVID-19 is growing very fast, due to which the solution is in the third most affected countries in India Corona.

Here are some places to visit in India post-COVID-19 and experience your journey.

1. Munsiyari, Uttarakhand 

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Munsiyari, Uttarakhand Tourism

This provides a spectacular view of the Himalayan snow-covered areas. Panchachuli is a five-point group and Munsiyari’s attraction as it looks a chimney. 

One of the beautiful wonders of Nandadevi, Nandakot, and Rajarambha and Nepal’s Himalayas. Amazing views of the surrounding mountain areas are provided in the Pure area of the valley.

Current COVID Status: Zero cases

2. Dharchula, Uttarakhand

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Dharchula, Uttarakhand Tourism

Dharchula is known for its distinctive traditions and culture, which combine the leading Uttarakhand ethnicities, the Kumaoni and the Shauna communities. 

In the environment of the residents who are very respectful and reserved in nature, visitors may have a sneak peek. Dharchula is famous for its natural greenery and few dry fruit trees can be found. Wild animals can be found easily like wolf, bears, foxes, and leopards.

Do not forget to purchase local crafts and the regional delights that are well known among the tourists while visiting Dharchula.

Current COVID Status: Zero cases

3. Binsar, Uttarakhand

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Binsar, Uttarakhand Tourism

The sleepy town of Binsar is one of the scenic places in Uttarakhand’s Kumaon district. The city is bordered by the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary at an altitude of 2414 meters above sea level. 

The village of Almora, the hills of Kumaon, and a wider valley of the Himalayas are also known as Jhandi Dhar. It is a paradise for nature lovers, and it is also a perfect location for people who appreciate the beauty of wildlife photography and birds. 

Walking in a quiet and calm atmosphere adds to the wonderful experience you will get as you enjoy the beauty of the area.

Current COVID Status: Zero cases

4. Mukteshwar, Uttarakhand

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Mukteshwar, Uttarakhand Tourism

Mukteshwar is a little hill town about 50 kilometers from Uttarakhand’s Nainital. Mukteshwar is renowned for adventurous experiences and a beautiful view of the Himalayans and was formed after the 350-year-old Shiva Temple, called Mukteshwar Dham.

Here are the biggest tourist attractions picturesque parks, coniferous woodland, winding woods, and townhouses built in the picturesque colonial style. 

Mukteshwar ‘s appeal is to enjoy quiet time-to admire the natural world and to hear to the bird’s chirp.

Current COVID Status: Zero cases

5. Khajjiar, India’s Mini Switzerland

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Khajjiar India’s Mini Switzerland

Khajajiar is popular in the green grass and breathtaking scenery for its nine-hole golf course and is a little valley with a little lake, one of the most popular tourist attractions in this region.

Khajjiar is surrounded by lush wetlands with thick forests and its lovely temples are also well known. 

This area is also a popular location for explorers. It provides many opportunities for outdoor sports such as paragliding, biking, zorbing, climbing, etc.

Current COVID Status: Zero cases


Before planing to travel on these places please confirm the travel guidelines on your behalf because of COVID cases increase guidelines may be changed in the future. Be sure to take your test with the COVID negative report and PCR test report before the trip.

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