Himtrek Stays in Rajgundha is a picturesque and serene retreat nestled in the lap of the magnificent Himalayas. Located in the quaint town of Rajgundha, this eco-friendly accommodation offers a unique blend of rustic charm and modern comfort, making it an ideal destination for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers.
Surrounded by lush greenery and breathtaking mountain vistas, Himtrek Stays provides a peaceful and rejuvenating environment for guests to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. The property is designed to seamlessly blend with its natural surroundings, using sustainable materials and eco-friendly practices to minimise its ecological footprint.
Accommodation at Himtrek Stays is offered in well-appointed tents and dormitory, providing a cosy and comfortable stay. Each unit is tastefully decorated and equipped with essential amenities to ensure a pleasant experience for guests. Whether you choose a tent or a dormitory, you can expect breathtaking views of the surrounding valleys and snow-capped peaks right from your doorstep.
The property offers a range of activities and experiences that allow guests to immerse themselves in the beauty of the Himalayas. Guided trekking expeditions to nearby peaks and valleys are a highlight for adventure enthusiasts, offering opportunities to explore the region’s rich biodiversity and stunning landscapes. The knowledgeable guides at Himtrek Stays ensure safe and memorable experiences for guests, catering to both beginners and experienced trekkers.
For those seeking a more relaxed stay, the property provides ample opportunities to unwind and reconnect with nature. Guests can indulge in birdwatching, yoga and meditation sessions, or simply relax by the bonfire and soak in the serene ambiance. The nearby forests and rivers offer additional options for outdoor activities such as picnics, nature walks, and fishing.
Himtrek Stays takes pride in its commitment to sustainable tourism and supports the local community. The property promotes responsible tourism practices and encourages guests to respect and preserve the natural environment. Local cuisine made from organic ingredients is served, providing a delicious and authentic dining experience.
In conclusion, Himtrek Stays in Rajgundha offers a unique opportunity to experience the beauty of the Himalayas while enjoying comfortable and eco-friendly accommodation. Whether you’re an adventure enthusiast or simply seeking tranquillity amidst nature, this retreat provides an unforgettable experience that will leave you refreshed and rejuvenated. Paragliding in Bir: Staying with Himtrek comes with access to Paragliding as well. Bir offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys, making it a perfect spot for Paragliding, attracting tourists from all over the world.
Things to do Nearby:
Toy Train Ride: Board Kangra Queen Toy Train and begin your magnificent ride. The expansive, snow-covered Dhauladhar hills provide panoramic splendour, and throughout most of the journey, the delicious aroma of pine trees fills the senses. Travellers may explore the region’s natural beauty and history as the train also travels by verdant tea gardens and the ruins of the Kangra Fort.
Shop at Bir road: A streetside market featuring a number of eateries and shops identified as Bir Market. The nicest thing about Bir Market is that it is run by locals who are highly knowledgeable about how to service customers. Because it is one of the most modest markets, you will undoubtedly sense a level of increased satisfaction.
Cycling & Sky Cycling: When in such a beautiful natural environment, going for cycling is something one would love to do. But how about cycling with a bird’s eye view? Well you get this chance in Bir and Himtrek provides a chance to get you up for this adventure.
Tatwani Hot water spring (Day Hike): Tatwani (sometimes spelt Tattapani) is well renowned for its nearby, naturally hot sulphur spring, which erupts at a temperature of 65 degrees Celsius. Tatwani is the ideal location for leisure and relaxation. It is also a well-known Hindu pilgrimage; the pious regard the months of Magh (January–February) as auspicious for a plunge because it is said that by doing so, one can atone for their sins.
Rajgundha Trek (1N2D trek): The trek begins in Bir and continues through the charming town of Barot before entering the stunning and vibrant Rajgundha Valley. Enjoy refreshing mountain currents, sky-touching hills, and lush green trekking routes while getting in touch with nature.Bongoru Waterfall (Day Hike): One of the numerous small waterfalls in and near Bir is Bongoru Waterfalls, which is only 4.5 kilometres from the Tibetan Colony. A short hike will bring you to the waterfall, which is a lovely location for a peaceful picnic. The tourist crowd rarely visits the waterfall. The milky white waters cascading over the rocks at the Bongoru Waterfall provide the impression of quiet and serenity.
Hanuman Garh Trek: Hanumangarh, which is tucked away in the Dhauladhar Ranges, is a fantastic location for thrill seekers. The mountain’s peak, Hanumangarh, is close to Bir Billing. The fauna and flowers of the valley are abundant. A variety of birds and vegetation can be seen here. A full 360-degree vista of the Dhauladhar mountain ranges can be seen there.
Palachak Valley Trek (3D/2N trek): On the route to Thamser Pass is the Palachak Valley. Palachak is a region where the Nargu has lived in the wild for ages. You might witness a wide variety of birds or animals. There are numerous tiny water streams. A significant waterfall close to Palachak is known as the Jhaudi waterfall. Palachak is a true haven for nature lovers.
Thamsar Pass Trek (5D/4N): The Thamsar Pass offers breathtaking views of the Kangra and Ravi valleys, meandering rivers, and a 360-degree panorama of snow-capped peaks that will hypnotise you with their undulating beauty. The Thamsar Pass trek, one of the most exciting and beautiful treks in the Himachal region, also offers you a chance to learn more about the Gaddi locals who live in the high mountain regions.
Bada Bhangal Trek (7N/8D): Take to the paths of Bada Bhangal Valley and explore the unexplored. Embark on a mountainous journey with herders. Six months out of every year, the village of Bada Bhangal is open. Due to terrible weather and significant snowfall in the mountain passes, the pathways to Bada Bhangal hamlet were shut down for the remainder of the period.
Stay at a property having both the dormitory and the camps located on a serene location, giving a surreal mountain view.
Camping at a location that offers a breathtaking and unforgettable experience amidst the magnificent and majestic Himalayan mountains.
The campsite is nestled amidst thick forests, meandering rivers, and picturesque landscapes, allowing you to immerse yourself in the pristine beauty of the Himalayas.
The surroundings are adorned with colourful wildflowers, adding to the charm of the camping experience.
Have a chance to embark on treks to the nearby villages of Billing (the paragliding capital of India), Barot, and the Bara Bhangal region.
A crackling bonfire under a starlit sky, sharing stories and laughter with fellow campers. Create unforgettable memories around the warmth of the fire and the magical atmosphere.