Create memories of a lifetime in one of the most beautiful twon in the Uttarakhand. Relax on gorgeous Himalayan Range, explore a cultural hub of art and entertainment, or check out the many famous landmarks around the city.
Live like a local, discovering the best hidden Temples, restaurants, walks and attractions during your holiday in Joshimath Tawon with an insider’s perspective.
Shree Badrinath Temple
The Badrinath Temple also known as the Badrinarayan Temple, located in Uttarakhand's Badrinath town, is one of the Char Dhams (four important pilgrimages) in the state. There are four pilgrim-destinations namely Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath, collectively known as Char Dham. These pilgrimage centres draw large number of pilgrims each year, thus becoming the most important hubs of religious travel in the whole of Northern India.
Auli is a Himalayan ski resort and hill station in the north Indian state of Uttarakhand. It’s surrounded by coniferous and oak forests, plus the Nanda Devi and Nar Parvat mountains. A long cable car links Auli to the town of Joshimath. North of Auli are the colorful Badrinath Temple, a Hindu pilgrimage site, and the Valley of Flowers National Park, with its alpine flora and wildlife like snow leopards and red foxes.
Narsingh Devta Temple
This is a very ancient temple of Lord Vishnu of Narasimha avatar and with it, this temple is also the main temple of Joshimath. It is believed that the idol of Lord Vishnu's Narasimha avatar in this temple was installed by Shankaracharya himself with his own hands.
Hiking & Trekking
Looking for the best hiking trails in Joshimath? Whether you're getting ready to hike, bike, trail run, or explore other outdoor activities, AllTrails has 9 scenic trails in the Joshimath area.
Village tour is a fascinating journey to picturesque villages of Uttarakhand.
Delve into the lives of these villagers who still follow the traditional method of lifestyle in the mountains. The town is a gateway to major pilgrimage destinations of Uttarakhand. Jyotirmath is the uttarāmnāya matha or northern monastery, one of the four cardinal institutions established by Adi Shankara,
the others being those at Shringeri, Puri and Dwarka.
Located in the picturesque state of Uttaranchal, Tapovan is a destination most famous for its hot springs. It is believed that these springs have medicinal properties and are believed to cure skin diseases. This destination also offers fabulous views of peaks such as Nanda Devi and Dronagiri Chaukumbha and is also a gateway to many other popular tourist destinations such as Badrinath and Valley of Flowers.