Just back from a rejuvenating visit to this wonderful property hidden amongst the montains right in front of Ganges .
Location- it's an oasis in no mans land . A long 8hr trip from Delhi but worth it . You can see the clean Ganges roaring just in front of you.
Staff: excellent friendly staff, the village 0eoplw are employed and they make one feel at home.
Food: 5 stars to the chef for serving us wonderful food .if you are expecting a fancy meal then no it's home-cooked taste is yummilicious.the pahari mutton was amazing.
Rafting experience: unlike shivpuri where there are a plethora of commercial rafting companies with mix of inexperienced rafting instructor here we went rafting with 2 very experienced rafters .harish a pleasant man with 30 yes experience made us feel so confident ( I had jitters post past rafting experience) .Mani had been rafting for years too and was a nice company .
Rooms: There are basically tents with basic amenities, don't expect anything fancy . there's a dit out from where you can get s view of Ganges flowing .they don't have tea coffee kettle which I did bring up to the management.
Overall a very pleasant stay and a much suggested place for thr one's who want to just run away from the madness.( There's no wifi , or mobile network)More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking