The fruit basket of India in the state of Uttarakhand is the Kumaon Valley. The farms, valleys and even house gardens filled with trees of apple, peach, and plum Justify its grandeur to nature. Find yourself traveling in the middle of fruit orchards and lush green step farms of wheat. See the traditional Kumaoni homes with doors and windows carved in the ancient Likhai craft. Savour the local organic food grown in your own farm and cooked in Kumaoni spices.
With the various hikes and bicycle expeditions of medium difficulty in Himalayan foothills, your stay in Munsyari will be at the base of stunning Panchchuli mountain range that is covered with snow all year round. Panchchuli in Nepalese language means – five peaks. According to the ancient Indian and Nepalese Folk Tales, five peaks represent five Pandavas from the fables of Mahabharata. You will be living the life of a local in Munsyari and participate in daily activities apart from the ones specially designed for you.
Stay: Homestays (Facilities: Hot/cold water, double or twin beds, western washrooms, 3G data connectivity available)
Meals: Home cooked (veg & non veg) cuisine
Activities: Rafting, Hiking