Nandaprayag Travel Guide

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Nandaprayag Travel Guide Uttarakhand

Nand Prayag is a small town in Uttarakhand that is also one of the Panch Prayag. Nanda Prayag, located at an elevation of 1358 m in the Chamoli district of the Garhwal Region, has a natural diversity, with peace and calm enveloping this sacred site in Uttarakhand.

Seated at the confluence of Alaknanda and Mandakini Rivers, Nandprayag is a breathtaking place where a dip in the river flowing through it can cleanse one from all the sins. The two rivers that meet here, the Alaknanda, which originates near Badrinath Dham, and the Mandakini, which emerges from the foot of Nanda Devi Peak, are not only a visual treat in Nandprayag but also the main tourist attraction.

Nandprayag is located on the way to the popular pilgrimage site in Uttarakhand, Badrinath, and thus devotees performing the Badrinath Yatra can also stop by for sightseeing. A trip to Nandprayag can be an enchanting experience surrounded by the Himalayas and magnificent scenery.

This lovely town in the Chamoli district was once the capital of the Yadu kingdom, and it was here that Raja Nanda performed the yajna that was later used as the foundation of Nandprayag’s main attraction, the Nand Temple.

Nandprayag is ideal for a hearty interaction with nature and is an important pilgrimage site in Uttarakhand. This unspoiled area is ideal for nature walks or simply taking in the scenery.

A visitor has the opportunity to visit the nearby hamlet of Bangali and become acquainted with the rural lifestyle, rich customs, and beliefs, as well as witness the natural beauty that this must-see location has to offer.

Best Time to Visit Nandaprayag

The beginning of summer is the best time to visit Nandprayag. The weather remains pleasant, and now is the best time to see everything this area has to offer in terms of tourist attractions.

Summers

The temperature ranges from 15°C to 30°C. Summer is pleasant, and tourists enjoy their time outside in the sun. This season begins in April and continues until June.

Monsoon

This season lasts from August to September, with an average temperature of just under 24°C. The rain revitalizes the environment and highlights the town’s beauty.

Winters

This season begins in November and continues until February. On a bright sunny day, the temperature drops to 0°C and rises to 20°C. Otherwise, this area gets chilly in the winter.

Places to Visit in Nandaprayag

  1. Chamoli
  2. Karnaprayag
  3. Tungnath
  4. Chopta
  5. Deoriyatal
  6. Joshimath
  7. Badrinath
  8. Auli
  9. Rudranath
  10. Madhyamaheshwar

 

Hotels in Nandaprayag

In the immediate vicinity of Nandprayag, there are few lodging options. There are only a few guesthouses and budget hotels to choose from. These hotels are well-equipped to meet all of the basic needs of travelers. One can also find more number of staying options in Chamoli, which sits a short distance away from Nandprayag.

How to Reach Nandaprayag

Because of its location on the NH-58, Nandprayag is easily accessible by road. Although airways and railways can be used to get halfway to Nandprayag, the final leg of the journey must be completed by road.

By Air

Airways is always a comfortable mode of transportation, but keep in mind that the nearest airport to Nandprayag is Jolly Grant, which is located in Dehradun about 214 kilometers away. However, the Uttarakhand Government operates many intra-state buses from Dehradun, and you can also book cabs from Dehradun to reach Nandprayag.

By Train

Rishikesh and Haridwar have the closest railway stations to Nandprayag (195 km). Because Haridwar has better rail connectivity with major cities in India, taking a train here is a good option. One can take a bus or a taxi from Haridwar to Nandprayag.

By Road

By road, Nandprayag is connected to many of Uttarakhand’s major destinations. It is connected to destinations such as Ghaziabad via National Highway 58. Furthermore, regular buses run between Nandprayag and Rishikesh or Srinagar (Garhwal). You can also book a cab from various locations in Uttarakhand to get to Nandprayag.

Hope you enjoyed reading this Blog

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});
About Preeti Bisht

She is a bird of passage. She loves travelling and sharing her travel stories. Emerse in her stories with her and follow her on blogging journey on UttarakhandTravelTourism.com

Recent Blogs

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});
(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Latest Blog

Mata Murti Temple in Mana Village Mata Murti Temple, located 4 kilometers from Badrinath Bus Stand, is an ancient Hindu temple on the banks of

Bheem Pull in Mana Village Bheem Pul is a natural stone bridge in the village of Mana, which is on the Indian side of the

Saraswati Temple in Mana Village Saraswati temple is dedicated to the Saraswati river, which is known to be one of the sacred rivers in Hindu