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If you want to holiday with a difference & make a difference, then this is the trip for you.


In our Home , you can choose to work in the fields, pluck fruits, play with farm animals, cook on firewood, chop wood, trek up hills, visit local temples, dip in the river or simply relax at our cottage



A place which connects you to the village of Garhwal yet very approachable from the city.Where you can find peace , tranquility and yourself,a homestay that love and welcome pets, utilize the green habitat and is truly an eco lodge and eco friendly. You can come plough with the local farmers and play all day round. A vast ganga beach in the front will make you forget the cities and the glorious sunrises and the sunsets will tell you who you are. Nature awaits you..


Guests can also use the kitchen and experiment with the local cuisine. Only Pure veg food will be provided.

Popular Places Nearby

Rajaji National park , 

Ram Jhula (12 kms) , 

Laxman Jhula (15 kms) , 

Triveni Ghat (15 kms)



Outdoor Activities

Parking Facilities

Playground for Children

Travel & Transfer

Disabled Friendly

Room Service

Towel Service

Meals (Breakfast)


Meals (Dinner)

Coffee Maker (Teabags,Coffee)

Cold water 24 hours available

Private bathroom with WC & Shower

Hot water provided in buckets....


Pure Vegetarian/Vegan

Property Info

Operational since: 2015

Total Rooms: 1

Check-in 1200 hrs | Check-out 1000 hrs

Languages Spoken:  English, Hindi, Garhwali

Distance from Delhi:  240 kms

Nearest transportation knots:

  • Airport: Jolly Grant Airport: 35 kms

  • BusTerminal: Rishikesh Bus Stand: 15 kms

  • Train: Haridwar : 30 kms


Ideal Host For


  • Birdwatch
  • Cultural Tours
  • Jeep Safari
  • Rafting
  • Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Bonfire
  • Hiking
  • Jogging
  • Nature Photography
  • Nature walk
  • Village Walk
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