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Peora Village in Uttarakhand is the perfect place as an offbeat hill station. This hidden gem is located in the Kumaon Hills and offers breathtaking views of the Shivalik hill of the Himalayas. With an elevation of 6000 feet, Peora is a tranquil and serene place that’s untouched by industrialization.

It is a paradise for nature lovers with pine and oak forests, lush green meadows, and a variety of fauna. The place is home to a myriad variety of birds, including Red Jungle Fowl, Himalayan Bulbul, Kalij Pheasant, Blue Magpie, and Black Francolin. So, don’t forget to carry your binoculars and indulge in some bird watching.

If you’re feeling adventurous, then trekking in Peora is a must-do activity. The picturesque beauty with lush green trees and snow-capped mountains make the treks even more enchanting. And if you’re not up for trekking, then take a stroll amidst the colorful forests and feel close to nature.

Fruit picking is another fun activity that you can indulge in. Peora is replete with trees that bear juicy fruits, including apples, pears, peaches, and plums. So, carry a basket and pick fresh and juicy fruits directly from the trees. But be careful while picking mushrooms since there are also venomous mushrooms that grow in Peora.

Peora is also home to a large number of animals such as leopards, wild boars, deers, nilgai, jackals, and foxes. So, make sure to keep your distance and not disturb their natural habitat.

And when it’s time to relax, have a picnic amidst nature and enjoy palatable food. Peora is also known for its British Era bungalows that give the place a rustic vibe.

Getting to Peora is easy. You can hire a car or take your own car to cover the 352 km distance from Delhi. Regular buses run from Delhi to Haldwani, which is the nearest bus stop. From there, you can hire a car to cover the remaining 85 km to reach your destination.

So, what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and head to Peora for a rejuvenating and unforgettable experience amidst nature. Just make sure to wear comfortable shoes, carry an umbrella, and mosquito repellents.

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