The second largest district of Uttarakhand named Chamoli under Garhwal division houses many touristy among which Joshimath is also a beautiful town worth giving a visit. The most renowned sage Adi Shankaracharya who told the world about the key difference between Hinduism and Buddhism created four cardinal institutions and Jyotirmath in Joshimath is one of them. This sacred town is a part of the journey of pilgrims who are traveling to Badrinath Dham. Temples such as Narsingh Temple and Bhavishya Kedar Temple are noteworthy. During winter, Ropeway is opened in Joshimath to take tourist to an exciting journey to Auli.
Camps in Joshimath are an escape to soak up the spirituality of Hinduism. It is an ideal place for meditation and Yoga. Joshimath Camps offer sumptuous facilities. Some of them are thatched roofed cottage camps. Different Indian foods are served in the dining. From each camp, travelers witness the enchanting sight of nature. Activities are also held in several adventure camps in Joshimath. Several camping packages in Joshimath are available in low rates.
The best way to reach Joshimath is by hiring a car. The road distance between Delhi and Joshimath is roughly 496 km. You can take bus to Rishikesh and then to Joshimath. The nearest airport is Jolly Grant Airport and the nearest railway station is Rishikesh.