Malari Village Uttarakhand – Conquer Your Fears
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Malari Village Uttarakhand
Natives of Malari Village
The residents of Malari are the Indo-Mongolian tribes known as Bhotia (the scheduled tribes of Uttarakhand). Interestingly, the quaint village with its few homes has fairly well-to-do inhabitants. The natives depend on survival by cultivating medicinal herbs that are sold to pharmaceutical companies.
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What to Do In Malari Village in Uttarakhand?
Hiking is a popular activity in Malari due to the presence of several trekking routes near the village. The Nanda Devi Peak Trek’s base camp is located 20 km from here at Lata Village. Trekking to the holy Dronagiri Mountain is also a delightful experience.
How To Reach?
Reach Joshimath and then take the route to Malari. The road trip will bring you the sight of Himalayan Thars, mountain goats, Musk deer, and perhaps, snow leopards. The nearest airport to reach Malari is Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun. The nearest railhead is at Dehradun and Rishikesh. Taxis are available from the airport and railway stations. However, check in advance if you would have to change cabs at Joshimath.
I hope you enjoyed reading my blog about my travels to Malari village. If you are planning a trip to Malari and want to book a stay at a homestay, please contact us and we will help you out in any way we can. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you with your travel plans to one of the most beautiful and remote places in India.
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