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Rs.5,500

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As brochures and blog posts go, one would think that skimming over freshly snowed mountains on skis is the hunting ground for hardened adventurers, and the only high-point of Auli. No doubt that this Himalayan hill-town is a paradise for skiing and sledging enthusiasts, but in truth, it is an all-year-round destination. Apart from ski slopes, make Himalayan High, your base for exploring the religious shrine of Badrinath, UNESCO Heritage Site, Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve and the famed Valley of Flowers National Park during different times of the year – when the snow clad hills will not be the only highlight.

Rs.3,500

for person per night

Manali has always been the top-contender to be one of India’s most celebrated mountain getaways. But the relentless march of urban development has made the once quiet streets, tourist infested and over-crowded. Yet, the city is an excellent base for road-trips to Lahaul-Spiti and Ladakh regions. Plus, it has the added charm of hot springs, waterfalls, adventure activities like rafting, zorbing, snow scootering, rock climbing and temple hopping. We have the perfect solution to get the best of both – Orchard Guesthouse in Prini. A guesthouse, that has many adventures planned right from the doorstep, lies smack dab in the middle of an apple orchard and is a stroll away from the best rajma-chawal shop in town.

Rs.2,450

for person per night

Looking down the plunging Doon valley at the Lego-like village homes in the distance might make you feel like Goliath for a second. But as soon as you turn the gaze upwards, mighty Himalayan ranges plonk you back in a David-esque place – tiny, insignificant and no match to the stalwarts. The camp-cum-lodge at Viraatkhai has been christened ‘Room on the Roof ‘as an ode to the author, Ruskin Bond, who lives in the folds of the same region. Also, here you are bound to feel like the King of peaks and crags of the mountains. If you’re an out-of-action King, that’s even better. You can just sit and relax.

Rs.2,400

for person per night

The gurgling Alaknanda River, slips and slides over boulders, leaving in its wake a series of frothy rapids. Hemmed along, is a forested mountain on one side and the sandy stretch of Camp High 5 on the other. The village of Jayalgarh in Uttarakhand, where the camp is located, is blessed with bright green fields of fresh vegetables, the background score of the Alaknanda and only one campsite along its edge, keeping it pleasantly secluded from the rafting action on the over-treaded banks of Rishikesh, downstream.

Rs.4,000

for person per night

We challenge you to take your eyes off the emerald coloured Tehri Lake in the distance on a clear day. And if it happens to be cloudy, even better. The large mouthed valley in front of your cottage is sure to fill up with cottony clouds that spill in and out of the sprawling bowl of mountains like a chemistry experiment. In truth, you’re as far from laboratories as you can be. In Sursingdhar, it’s nature’s experiments gone right.

Rs.4,000

for person per night

Majkhali Woods is the latest lodge in our chain of mountain lodges and camps in the Himalayas. The setting is exceptional and sure to satisfy nature lovers and those who have an affinity for active vacations. Situated in a quaint spot in the Majkhali village, very close to Ranikhet golf course, the property is tucked inside a mixed forest with uninterrupted views on all sides.