Tour Package For Dhanaulti
Luxurious Hotel Accommodation on twin sharing premise in Haridwar.
All Meals (A Plan Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
Transportation from Delhi to Delhi according to schedule by – AC Indigo if there should arise an occurrence of select classification bundle for 2 pax or AC Innova/Tavera in the event of Deluxe bundle for 4 pax
Room benefit, Telephone calls and Laundry
Extra touring or additional utilization of vehicle, other than specified in the schedule.
Extra charges and Guide charges.
Any cost emerging because of normal disasters like, avalanches, street blockage, political aggravations (strikes), and so on (to be borne by the customer, which is straightforwardly payable on the spot).
Any portage at inns, tips, protection, wine mineral water, phone charges, and all things of individual nature
Any administration not indicated in incorporations
Day 1 : Delhi – Dhanaulti (7 hours)
Early in the day, we drive to Dhanaulti, a standout amongst the most prevalent slope stations in North India. Half day is free for your recreation exercises. Medium-term at inn in Dhanaulti.
Day 2 : Dhanaulti
Morning after breakfast, begin appreciate extraordinary touring covering Jain Temples, ECO-Park, Barehipani and Joranda Falls, Dashavatar Temple. Medium-term at inn in Dhanaulti..
Day 3 : Dhanaulti-Delhi
Tour Package For Dhanaulti ,Right on time after breakfast, look at the inn. On landing in Delhi, continue to airplane terminal/railroad station for forward excursion Tour End.
1.Camp Thangdhar, Dhanaulti
The Thangdhar Camp, approximately 14 km away from the main market in Dhanaulti is by far the best adventure camp in the vicinity. Situated at a height of about 8300 feet and surrounded by pine and deodar trees, the camp also graciously provides sightseeing service to the closer tourist destinations.
Tour Package For Dhanaulti ,If you’re an adrenaline junkie, you can opt for the camp organized activities of rock climbing, snow camping, trekking or mountain biking. Or if you like the company of the lost architectural ruins of the past, you can head over to the Jain temples nearby, which are the structural marvels of the gone era, intricately carved with the Jain deities. The temples are located in the Kanali Fort, overlooking the Betwa river, and make up for a much deserved leg in the journey.
2.Eco Park, Dhanaulti
Spread over an area of 13 hectares covered in deodar and oak trees, Eco Park is one of the most visited attractions of Dhanaulti. It was developed by the DFO and the citizens of Dhanaulti to create employment opportunities for the poor people taken as a measure to reduce poverty. Located at the height of 7800 m above the sea level, this place has enjoyable weather throughout the year. The park is very well-maintained and is an amazing place for the kids to hang out with a separate playground for them. A tradition known as memory sapling plantation is followed in the park as a part of which one can plant a sapling in memory of their loved ones.
The Eco Park is divided into two forests namely Amber and Dhara which are situated at a distance of 200m from each other. The most attractive feature of the forest is that it has been developed with the help of the local youth. The perfect beauty of Eco Park is what makes tourists visit the place. Being a lovely picnic spot, thousands of visitors come here often. More so, one gets a superb view of the Himalayas from this point. The best time to visit the park is during sunrise and sunset under the multi-shaded sky. It is a perfect place for the nature lovers as well as the adventurous ones to unwind and spend some time full of solitude.
3.Surkhanda Devi Temple, Dhanaulti
At a distance of about 8 km from Dhanaulti, and a 2 km trek from the village Kaddu Khal is the Surkanda Temple, that makes up for a trekker’s paradise.While the climb is tough, it’s worth the view and serenity. Following the popular mythology of Sati jumping in to the sacrificial fire to go against her Father Daksha’s act of not inviting Lord Shiva to a ceremony, this temple is one of the most popular ‘Shaktipeeth’ of India. A Shaktipeeth, going by the literal translation, is a holy site with the female goddess residing for her followers.