Kumoan Valley , In The Lap of Nature      Delhi

17500 4D/3N


 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.

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  • Enjoy village life experience.
  • Have tribal experience and cultural immersion.
  • Traditional Kumaoni cooking class Cycling across village trials Farming Traditional ‘Jagar’ ritual.
  • Traditional homestay experience Experience Binsar sanctuary with a rich flora and fauna or Stone temples of Jageshwar.
  • Experience Binsar sanctuary with a rich flora and fauna or Stone temples of Jageshwar

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

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  • Day 1 & 2: Arrival at Kathgodam

    The Journey will begin from Kathgodam. Then we will spend the next few days in the foothills of the Himalayas, exploring the fruit and flower belt in various villages around the Kosi River and Bhimtal. Participate in the farm Activities and also go on many hiking and bicycling expeditions before we start our journey to the next destination. "Jagar" is a form of worship of “Kul Devta” to call them from their resting stage. It’s a team of 2-3 people called “Jagriaya or Dagriya” with instruments like traditional drum. It is performed at village temple during festival or village families organize at their house to keep evils and bad souls away. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner | Stay: Homestay
  • Day 3: Drive down to Peora village

    After breakfast, We will drive down to the village Called Peora and then get to your accommodation. Rest of the day will be available at leisure. Meals: Breakfast, Dinner | Stay: Homestay will be available at leisure.
  • Day 4: Explore Binsar wildlife sanctuary

    Adore the most flourishing wildlife sanctuary of Uttarakhand, Binsar wildlife sanctuary, which hosts one of that was established for the conservation of many plants, animal and bird species. It was the summer capital of Chand Kings who ruled over Kumaon valley between 11th and 18th centuries. The activities will involve wildlife expeditions in the sanctuary and storytelling before your onward journey via Kathgodam or Pantnagar Meals: Breakfast, Dinner | Stay: Homestay
  • Day 5: Start Journey to Delhi via Kathgodam

    Post breakfast, We will pack our bags to return to Delhi via Kathgodam. We will provide drop to the airport in Delhi in case you have any onward journey. Meals: Breakfast | Stay
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  • Stay at the homestay for 4 nights
  • All meals as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All activities mentioned above
  • All transportation included in private AC SUV or AC Sedan
  • All inter-city travel in AC luxury train
  • Reusable H2O stainless steel water bottle (we encourage you to refill your bottle and not use disposable mineral water bottles) – one bottle per person
  • All applicable taxes


  • Domestic or International flight(s), trains
  • Anything else not mentioned explicitly in the itinerary above

Other Important Information

  • Our guides and custodians of knowledge are from the local community, thus we support their families
  • All the raw material for meals is sourced from local markets and villages thus reducing the carbon emission by transporting it from a distant city
  • The performing artists and singers are handpicked from the local community rather than being invited from another city
  • Your trip has been designed as per the international standards of responsible tourism – Cape Town Agreement 2002. Therefore it ensures that the money you pay has a direct social, economical and environmental benefit locally
  • 75% of the money is directly given back to the community

Cancellation policy

  • 100% Refund if cancelled 30 days before the trip start date.
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