What do you think about the idea of unplugging for a weekend? Don’t you want to disconnect yourself from the continuous email, WhatsApp, and Facebook notifications, and escape to a peaceful world? These notifications come anytime, disturbing our mental balance day and night, right? Don’t you crave for a weekend where you don’t want to click and upload Instagram perfect shots, and just be at your ease?
Let’s escape to a quaint Himalayan village for a weekend over a Digital Detox Retreat, and soak ourselves in the magnificence of nature. Break up with the digital life and spend some meaningful time in connecting with the real world. Unplugging doesn’t only give some rest to the eyes and brain, but it’s also a much-needed way to reconnect with ourselves and think over the things which has been sitting in our subconscious mind for weeks or months. During Digital Detoxification, we go through an uninterrupted process where our mind gets time to relax, heal, and introspect. It also helps in restoring a balance between online and offline in long term.
We’ll be staying in a 100-year-old homestay which is a perfect combination of a pahadi house and a colonial bungalow. An old, yet so fresh, smell of wooden floors gives you sweet comfort inside your room. This 100-acre estate has organic farms, livestock, pine and oak trees, a small dam, exotic flowers like gladiolus, a small automatic flour mill, and river Kalsa graciously flowing through it. Adding to this, the scrumptious pahadi meal, a huge mango tree in the compound and an adventurous Bhotiya dog which would not stop trekking with you, are the other delights of coming along for a vacation to this place.
Stay: Stay in a 100-year-old bungalow on twin-sharing basis
Meals: Day 1: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner | Day 2: Breakfast and packed Lunch
Activities: Jungle Walk