Are you looking for a Chopta camp stay or a Chopta tent stay? If yes, then you have landed on the right page. Here, you will get a list of the best camps in Chopta. Chopta is a hill station located in the Rudraprayag district near the Ukhimath town of Uttarakhand. Every year thousands of tourists, nature lovers, travelers, and adventure enthusiasts visit Chopta to enjoy the mesmerizing beauty of this beautiful hamlet.
Trekking, birdwatching, and camping are some of the popular activities of Chopta. Camping in Chopta Tungnath Deoriatal are some Chopta Camping spots. Particularly, there is no proper camping stay in Tungnath, but you can pitch your own tents by taking permission. Also want to inform you that, after 2018 Uttarakhand High Court banned the meadows camping in Chopta because of its negative ecological effect. The Chopta comes under the Kedarnath Wild Sanctuary, so the accommodation facilities are not as advanced as you get in the other regions, even though they depend on solar panels to fulfill daily electricity needs.
All the Chopta Hotels & camps in Chopta offer the basic, necessary facilities. Usually, for accommodation in Chopta, two types of tents are used most - Chopta Swiss camp, and Alpine camps. All the camping options which are mentioned below are some of the best camps in Chopta. For hassle-free travel, you can also take complete Chopta camping packages, in which you’ll get accommodation, transport, and meals as well. To know more about Chopta, read Chopta Valley - Travel Blog of Chopta Uttarakhand. All the updated details about chopta
Chopta is in the Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary (also known as Kedarnath Musk Deer Sanctuary) which is an eco sensitive zone. In the past, camping in Choptas was prohibited due to a High Court ban. Consequently, several Swiss Tent campsites illegally & unethically emerged in the Chopta region, as a result, we are taking down all the listings of such camps & cottages in various areas such as Chopta, Baniyakund, Duggalbitta, and Panger, as per the notification from the Rudraprayag Forest Division.
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