On the Uttarkashi-Gangotri route, Dayara Bugyal comes after the Bhatwadi to Raithal or Barasu village. Located at a height of 10,500 feet, this Bugyal is also like walking at paradise on earth. Dayara Bugyal is situated at an elevation of 3048 meters above sea level. From the place called Bhatwari located on the Uttarkashi Gangotri Road, the way goes for this beautiful grassland. To reach Daya Bugyal, trekkers first have to reach Barsu village. This is the last village of Daya Bugyal. The travelers can reach by vehicles till here. To reach this green grassland, trekkers have to trek the 8 kilometers. This place offers views of the magnificent Himalayas. Here you can also enjoy camping facilities near the tourist lake. Dudital is also about 30 km away from Dayara Bugyal. Which is quite big and popular. The easiest way to reach Daya Bugyal, located in Uttarkashi district, is the trekking. Dayara Bugyal is a lush green grassland. Barasu village is 8 kilometers ahead from here. Barsu village works as the camp base for trekking to reach Dayara Bugyal. Dayara Bugyal is considered to be the most beautiful bugyal for tacking in Uttarakhand. Dayara Bugyal offers a view beautiful of oak forests the herd of trekking through vast grasslands. One can see easily see the flock of sheep. On the day of Bhadrapada Sankrti local villagers celebrates the festival of Adudi in Dayara Bugyal. On this occasion, local women present folk dance which attracts everyone’s mind. There is one more way to go to Dayara Bugyal through the nearby village of Rathal. There is also a clear track available for tourists to reach Dayara Bugyal. Many people also do that, they enter from Rathal and Barsu village side and after exploring the Dayara Bugyal they come out from the other side. Through following this route they do not have to go back to the same way. Few more treks are also available near the Dayara Bugyal such as Gidara, Barnala Camp, Kunti Ka Sera, Bakariya Top, and Gidara Bugyal trek. Many peaks including Bandarpunch, DKD, Srikanth, etc. can be easily seen from Daya Bugyal.