Why Visit Dayara Bugyal?
Just imagine yourself at an elevation of 3048 mts and you are sitting in a beautiful meadow gazing upon the amazing Himalayan peaks with friends by your side sipping tea. The chilliness of the place enhancing the aroma and taste of the tea with beautiful view of forests in front of you. Now convert this imagination into reality by going on a trek to Dayara Bugyal.
Dayara Bugyal in Winters: Skiers also visit Dayara Bugyal in winters as the region receives heavy snowfall during winters. The best season to visit Dayara Bugyal is from May to November but tourists visit this place during winters as well, mainly because it receives snowfall.
Nearby Tourist Places from Dayara Bugyal
Dayara Bugyal is popular with the travellers for its vast expanse of lush green meadow. The other popular scenic spot that you can visit while traveling to Dayara Bugyal is Barnala Tal situated around Oak trees. You can make a road trip to Harsil and Gangotri Temple as well while traveling to Dayara Bugyal.
Activities in Dayara Bugyal
- Trekking: Dayara Bugyal trek is perfect choice for beginners as the trek route is easy to traverse as compared to other difficult treks. With verdant valleys and sparking streams and vivid flora and fauna that one encounters, it is no surprise that Dayara Bugyal is one of the most beautiful treks in Uttarakhand.
- Village Tourism: Barsu village is the last village which one encounters before starting their trek to Dayara Bugyal. It is also considered as the base camp of Dayara Bugyal. One can walk around the village and learn about their way of life, customs and festivals en-route to Bedni Bugyal.
- Photography: The whole route of Dayara Bugyal is worth clicking with your camera as the whole route is laden with beautiful flowers and shrubs and surrounded by gorgeous valleys. For nature-photographers, Dayara Bugyal offers lot of opportunities to capture nature at its best.
- Butter Festival in Dayara Bugyal – It is celebrated every year with butter and milk, in the meadows of Dayara Bugyal during mid August.
Staying in Dayara Bugyal
At an elevation of 3,000 meters, Dayara Bugyal offers unparallel view of the snow-clad Himalayan mountain range. Being a trekking destination, there are no hotels or guesthouses available at Dayara Bugyal. Instead, one has to carry tents and sleeping bags with themselves which can be erected at a level ground at Dayara Bugyal. Barsu village is last village before the trek commences. It is also considered as its base camp of this trek.
Dayara Bugyal Food Guide
At this height, it is difficult to find any restaurants or a food stall as the region is not frequented by local population. The ration and food items are carried by the trekkers with themselves and the meal is prepared once the camp is set for the night. Local cooks are also available which prepare meal for the trekking party. Apart from that, packaged foods are also a wise choice to carry as it is easily prepared.