This is the highest point in Binsar at around 7,800 feet. Start the trek from our Estate through oak and rhododendron forests, and carry on further down to the paths leading you uphill to Zero Point. Our naturalist will identify the various birds for you. If lucky, you could also spot other wildlife such as barking deer, ghoral, martens, wild boar and more.
Leaving from the main entrance of the estate, you descend through a mixed cedar and oak forest. Walk on the main road for a short while and then hit the forest trail till you reach the quaint little village of Kathdara. Soak in the village life, watch the terraced fields and see traditional architecture of houses with slated roofs, unique to Kumaon. For your return, we would suggest you drive back once you are back on the tarmac road.
One of the most astonishing archaeological sites in the entire region of Kumaon, the Jageshwar Temples date back to the 12th century A.D. It has more than 150 temples set amidst a lush cedar forest. For hundreds of years, it was one of the most important stops en route taken by the pilgrims visiting the Holy Mount Kailash in Tibet.
A must for the die-hard nature lover, this rewarding hike to the Eastern top of Ghorchula gives you amazing views of the Nepal Himalayas and the Panchachuli peaks on a clear day. You start after an early breakfast through oak and rhododendron forests on the old horse trail to Jageshwar.
The word Yoga is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Yuj’ which means ‘to unite’ or ‘to join’. It is about connecting the body and the mind physically, mentally and spiritually. While the best time to practice Yoga is early in the morning or in the evening, you can practice it any time, anywhere.
Almost Impossibly Romantic
What would you give to surprise your partner with a bottle of wine, evocative music , a crackling bonfire, complete with a candlelit table in the silence of the forest around you and a canopy of stars above? We can make your dream come true with all this and more.