Govind National Park
Govind Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand, is a popular adventure and trekking destination.
The Govind Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand. Established in 1955 the sanctury covers an area of 958 sq km and includes mountains like Swarg Rohini, Black Peak and Bandarpunch. The altitude at the park ranges from the average elavation of 1400mts to an astonishing 6323mts and consists of Chirpine, scrub tropical Euphorbia scrub and oak species. Apart from the sanctuary and wildlife, the place is a popular tourist destination, mainly because of the beauty of its snow-clad peaks and glaciers. Govind Wildlife Sanctuary attracts many trekkers and the most popular of the treks being the lush green Har-ki-Dun valley trek.
Govind Wildlife Sanctuary Travel Destination Tourists also frequent the Har-ki-dun Forest Rest house, known for its location amidst a valley of wild flowers. The forest rest houses of Naitwar, Taluka and Osla are en-route to Hari-ki-dun and are worthy attractions in their own right.
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