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Type: Independent cottage for 2+1 guest with attach bath. We have MAP plan included in the tariff which included the breakfast and dinner.
Only Pure veg food will be provided.
We have total 4 independent cottage in the same property. All are look a like with 2 beds for 3 guest comfortably.
About the Space:
Room Tariff Includes
About the Property:
Our Pahadi house lies at the heart of Garhwal at a Height of 1700 mtrs.Originally a lake that later dried up, the name Kanatal comes from the word kana that means sukha (dry) and tal that means lake.Your itinerary here is likely to include lazy walks in the hills,jeep rides into unexplored jungles,elaborate picnics amid lush expanses of green, plucking fresh fruit from apple orchards and stuffing your pockets with freshly fallen pine cones.
About places to visit:
Surkhanda Devi Temple -Located 15 kms from Kanatal at a height of almost 10,000 feet, this temple attracts hundreds of pilgrims every year. Legend has it that Lord Shiva carried his wife Sati charred remains on his trishul (pitch fork) to this ground after she immolated herself in the yajna (a fire-borne ritual practised during Vedic times) in order to prove her loyalty to her husband, who had for long been shunned by her father. A 2km walk uphill leads to the temple. Ponies and porters are available for hire for those who do not wish to walk. It is also known to be a good vantage point for panoramic views of the Himalayan range and nearby places like Rishikesh and Dehradun.
Tehri Dam - The Tehri Dam at New Tehri is quite famous. This dam is built on the confluence of River Bhagirathi and Bhilangna and make for an interesting visit. While at New Tehri, also visit the Pant Research Institute where various kinds of fruits and plants are grown.
Kodia Jungle - Just a km away on the road towards Chamba, this place is a very nice picnic spot. A levelled walk of 7 to 8 km will see dense forests, suddenly opening up into a vast expanse of undulating hills and valleys. Tiny, gurgling natural springs come along the way. The track is also jeepable. If you are lucky you could spot a few wild animals.
Mussoorie - Mussoorie is 37 km from Kanatal and is a popular tourist destination that hardly needs an introduction. Mussoorie also called the Queen of the Hills is a favourite among travellers especially from Delhi and nearby areas. There is quite a bit to do in Mussoorie. One can visit Kempty falls, take a stroll on the Mall Road or the Camel back road. The place is filled with game centres, restaurants, and local shops.
Chamba - About 16 km from Kanatal is the hamlet of Chamba, Uttarakhand. Chamba is untouched and untamed by the vices of urbanisation and commercialisation. About 1600 meters above the sea level, this place is more quite than Mussoorie and offers an opportunity to relax and rejuvenate.
Dhanaulti - At a distance of 12 km from Kanatal and 30 km from Mussoorie, Dhanaulti is like a cool winter breeze. Unspoilt by commercialisation, one can feel the nature here. Treks, pony rides along fruit orchards and water streams appearing from nowhere can keep you busy as there is no mall for shopping or video games. Roads to Dhanaulti are not so bad and this can be a place worth visiting.