This is a leisurely journey of the best that Kumaon has to offer. Towered over by the spectacular Himalayan range, it lies at the foot of some of the highest Himalayan peaks in the area, Nanda Devi (7816m) , Kamet (7756m), Trishul (7120m), Nanda Kot (6860m) and Panch Chuli (6903m), making it one of the most attractive mountain destinations in all of the Indian Himalayas. Kumaon offers a totally natural environment where forests and wildlife have still to unfold their mysteries. Being one of the oldest pilgrim routes to holy Mount Kailash and a major trade link to Tibet, local religious customs and ancient traditions are still alive here. Kumaon has been a confluence where cultures have blended together, leaving behind an infinite number of architectural and archaeological wonders: Jageshwar temples, Katarmal Sun temple (the only one in India after Konark), prehistoric rock art, charming local villages set amongst green terraces and many more secret places waiting to be discover.
Take a jeep safari through the iconic Corbett National Park, the oldest park in the country. Rich in flora and fauna, it’s known for its Bengal tigers. leopards , wild elephants along with hundreds of species of birds.
A hidden gem located near Almora, this protected area comprising oak, rhododendron and pine forests on a mountain rising up to 8000 ft. It is home to 200 species of native and migratory birds, as well as barking Deer, Himalayan bear, langur, porcupine & flying squirrel. Enjoy picturesque easy treks , bird-watching excursions and amazing views of the Himalayan ranges.
An idyllic stay in this lovely hilly village is a perfect end to your Kumaoni holiday. Relax and rejeuvenate either in the library , or chill in the heated pool or just enjoy the mesmerizing mountain views from the deck.