Trip to Garhwal
The Summers are at peak and you must be looking for your next trip to explore the mountains and get away from the scorching heat of the plains. Nothing better than exploring the gasping lands of Garhwal on a four day trip along with like-minded travellers who would share their adventure tales and interesting stories from their lives. The four day trip includes a millennial tour to an interior village of Garhwal-Gola, a day trip to Lansdowne and a spiritual trail to Tarkeshwar temple.
In this trip you will get a flavour of the local Garhwali life and the local culture, food and accommodation along with interaction with the natives who would share their unique narratives with you. Take a chance to explore the land of the bravehearts – Garhwal like a native and set out to experience the one of its kind journey as you tread on with fellow Trippers to witness the spellbinding Sunrise and enticing Sunsets of the hilly province of Garhwal. Let the wanderer in you step out of its comfort zone and have the most fascinating trip of the season. Check out the details of the trip here and book your slot soon as limited seats are on offer:-
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Gurgaon, India|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Date: 20 September 2018
Please arrive by 5:45 AM for a prompt departure at 6 AM.
|RETURN TIME||Approximately 4 PM.|
|WEAR||Comfortable Winter Casuals|
Trip to Garhwal
Day 1 - 6 AM: Gurgaon to Lansdowne
|6:00 AM||Everyone gathers to the mentioned common point.|
|7:00 AM||All set and we leave Gurgaon for Lansdowne|
|7:00-9:00 AM||We all creatively introduce each other. The more creative, The better impact.|
|9:00 AM||Indulge in Midway Breakfast|
|4:00 PM||We Reach Lansdowne.|
|4:00-5:00 PM||Evening Tea will be served along with Tea Time snacks|
|5:00-6:00 PM||Rest/Leisure: Enjoy the beauty of rural India the way you want|
|8:00-9:00 PM||Gala Dinner|
|9:00-11:00 PM||Enjoy your new mates and localities on the fun-filled Bonfire session|
Day 2: Lansdowne to Gola Village + Trekking
|6:00 AM||Get up and enjoy an unforgettable sunrise in the lap of beautiful Mountains.|
|7:00 AM||Morning Tea will be served|
|9:00-10:00 AM||Ingulp the local Garhwali flavours in the locally prepared Breakfast at Hotel|
|10:00AM-12:00 Noon||Leave for Local Gola village|
|12:00-2:00 PM||Spill your heart out and express everything in the drawing and story writing competition.|
|2:00-3:00-PM||Wipe off the delicious Garhwali cuisines in traditional Garwali Lunch especially prepared by local ladies|
|3:00-5:00 PM||Leisure time, enjoy the gala time in village, talk to the local people, know their daily struggles and about their life|
|5:00 – 7:00 PM||Leave Gola Village for Lansdowne|
|7:00-8:00 PM||Gala Dinner|
|8:00-10:00 PM||Chill in the calm of lofty mountains and enjoy music and bonfire.|
Day 3: Tarkeshwar Temple
|6:00 AM||Get Up Time|
|6:15 AM||Enjoy sunrise with a cup of pipping hot tea|
|8:00 AM||We all leave to visit Tarkeshwar Temple in a private conveyance provided by us.|
|11:00 AM||Arrival at Tarkeshwar|
|11:00-1:00 PM||Enjoy sightseeing and offer prayers at Tarkeshwar Temple|
|1:00-2:00 PM||Lunch Time|
|2:00-4:00 PM||Leave Tarkeshwar for Lansdowne|
|4:00-7:00 PM||Local Sightseeing|
|8:00-9:00 PM||Dinner at Hotel|
Day 4: Leave to Gurgaon
|9:00 AM||Leave for Gurgaon|
|4:00 PM||Arrival in Gurgaon. And bid adeau to the trip with finest memories,|
Hotel Details: Kasang Regency Hill Resort Lansdowne, Uttarakhand 246155
Kasang Regency Hill Resort is a budget property, nestled away from hustle-bustle of the city, in lap of nature. It is a rare retreat for the seekers of peace, pristine beauty and pleasure in the Pauri-Garhwal region of Uttarakhand.
The property provides facilities like conference room, gymnasium, indoor games, 24 hours power, CCTV surveillance and security. All the rooms of the resort have been designed in such a way that their balconies give a complete 180 degrees view of the hills. Guests can also enjoy mesmerizing view Jim Corbett national park in all its glory. The warm and beautifully crafted rooms provide amenities like intercom, dining table and attached bathroom.
Guests can relish a number of dishes at the restaurant that features pleasant ambience and a wide range of mouthwatering foods. It offers menu with wide selection right from delicacies of North to the tangy taste of South to the hot spicy food of West. The food served here considers the specialty of the dishes while making sure about the hygienic standard and service is prompt and friendly.
Trip to Garhwal
Lansdowne —> Lansdowne is a hill station in the north Indian state of Uttarakhand. It was founded as a military garrison under the British Raj, and the Garhwali Museum traces the history of the Garhwal Rifles regiment, which still trains in the town. Close to colonial-era St. Mary’s Church, Hindu devotees worship Shiva at the centuries-old Kaleshwar Temple.
Tip N Top —> A small hilltop viewpoint in Lansdowne . Tip N Top also known as the name suggests is one of the highest places in Lansdowne .Located at just 1.5 Km from main Lansdowne city centre .It is the best place to watch complete skyline with magnificent shivalik range .At 1700 mts height ,you will experience the unmatched beauty of the lansdowne .Tin N Top attracts visitors to take some salubrious himalayan air with a peaceful mind . there is a beautiful hut house provided by GMVN for night stay . It is really an awesome place to be there .
St. John’s Church —>The Church is located at the Mall Road, is a Roman Catholic Church established in 1936 under the supervision of Agra Diocese. The construction of this church was completed in the year 1937. In 1947, after the British left India, Agra Diocese could no longer administer this church due to the paucity of priests. Since then, this wonderful church has been neglected and disused, and was eventually handed over to the Government of India in 1951.In 1977, Rev. Gratian Mundadan wished to start a new mission station at Lansdowne and entrusted the responsibility to Fr. John Chakkanattu. Fr. John worked with great zeal and took up the matter to highest authorities to use the church again. It was in 1980, that the then Prime Minister of India, Mrs. Indira Gandhi, granted permission to handover the church to the rightful owners. On 26th April 1980, the property of the church was leased to the Diocese of Bijnor and its possession was transferred on 29th November 1980. The re-erected St. John’s Catholic Church was blessed by Rt. Rev. Dr. Paulinus Jeerakath CMI, Bishop of Jagdalpur on 28th April 1983. Since then , daily prayers are being offered at the church, which is open to believers and non-believers of all faith.
Bhim Pakora—> Bhim Pakoda is located in Dhura, about 2 km away from the Gandhi Chowk. It is believed that during the period of exile, the Pandavas stopped here and cooked food at this location. It is also believed that Bhim placed one rock on top of the other and is so well balanced that it never topples. This rock can be moved by tourists with just one finger, but it never falls down.
Bhulla Tal —> Bhulla Tal is an artificial lake dedicated to the young Garhwali youth of Garhwal Rifles, who rendered help for construction of this lake. This tourist attraction gets its name from the Garhwali word, Bhulla which means younger brother. Here the tourists can also enjoy boating and paddling. A children park, bamboo machan and fountains have been erected here for entertainment of tourists.
Gola Malla Village —> Gola Malla is a Village in Duggada Block in Pauri Garhwal District of Uttarakhand State, India. It is located 49 KM towards South from District head quarters Pauri. 85 KM from State capital Dehradun . We will experience Local GAdhwal life here at this village with local People .Gola Malla is surrounded by Zahrikhal Block towards East , Yamkeshwar Block towards North , Ekeshwar Block towards East , Rikhnikhal Block towards East . Gola Malla Local Language is Hindi. Gola Malla Village Total population is 96 and number of houses are 22. Female Population is 57.3%. Village literacy rate is 69.8% and the Female Literacy rate is 37.5%.
Tarkeshwar Temple —> It is located at a village 36 km from Lansdowne and at a height of 1,800 m. The place is known for its temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Surrounded by thick forests of cedar and pine, it is an ideal place for those who seek for beauty in nature. During Shivratri, a special worship is held. The temple committee provides a dharamshala for accommodation.