Places To Visit In Harsil

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1. Dharali

3.1 /5

5 km
from city center
1 out of 5
Places To Visit in Harsil

Dharali is a small and vibrant hamlet, situated just 3 km from Harsil. Connected via motorable road, it offers picturesque views that are simply gorgeous.

2. Mukhwas Village

Mukhwas Village
3.1 /5

4 km
from city center
2 out of 5
Places To Visit in Harsil

Mukhwas Village is one of the popular tourist attractions of Harsil located just 1 km from it. It is the winter home of Goddess Gangotri as Gangotri itself is prone to heavy snowfall making the place pure and beautiful.

3. Sattal

3.1 /5

203 km
from city center
3 out of 5
Places To Visit in Harsil

Sattal is a group of seven fresh water lakes with nature's bounty and loads of migratory birds and panoramic vistas. Situated in Kumaon Region at an elevation of 1370 m above the sea level, the area boasts of its cluster of seven interconnected lakes namely: Panna, Naldaymanti Tal, Ram, Sita, Lakshman, Bharat and Sukha Tal flanked by lush green cover of oaks and pines.

4. Gangnani

3.1 /5

15 km
from city center
4 out of 5
Places To Visit in Harsil

Gangnani, situated 26 km before Harsil is mostly known for its hot water spring. A beautiful place with picture perfect view of Himalayas attracts tourists in large number every year.

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5. Gangotri

3.1 /5

17 km
from city center
5 out of 5
Places To Visit in Harsil

If you are visiting Harsil, then make sure you visit this bewitching place called Gangotri. One of the four dhams of the state, it is the highest placed home of Goddess Ganga and exquisitely beautiful.

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Can you suggest an itinerary for Harsil?

Harsil is a paradise of nature, so one day in this village can make you experience a lot. An early morning walk just getting around the place with birds chirping is simply magical. A nice and healthy breakfast at the hotel and you are good to begin with your journey.

Begin your trip with Dharali, a colourful hamlet with panoramic views of mountains. The next stop should be Mukhwas Village, winter home to Goddess Ganga and a place of spirituality. From there, head on to Sattal the land of seven interconnected lakes and break for lunch. Now, your next destination is Gangotri, the most elevated temple of Goddess Ganga. The view from there is splendid. Get back to the hotel for the night's rest and warm dinner.

How can I commute within Harsil?

Harsil is a village where you will easily find a taxi to commute from one place to another. Apart from that you will be on your foot trekking to various attractions, through terrains, that taxi cannot cover. However, the beauty and tranquility of Harsil will surely make for an amazing trip.
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