Birdsong & Beyond
This is the holiday home in the hills that everyone wishes that they had. Lovingly decorated, meticulously maintained in the middle of the hills.This Home is located in a village called Guniyala Khal in the Chamoli District of Garhwal.
220 kms from Rishikesh on way to Joshimath, this is where you forget your routine city life in the rhythm of a small village. There are many pleasant hikes and treks, lot of birdwatching, clean air and sunlight and our wide ranging book collection. The nights dazzle with stars and golden sunrise greets each dawn.
The property has four double occupancy bedrooms and one single bedroom. Perfect for family and friends travelling together.
Ample parking, a kitchen and loads of hill goodness to help your stay here.
- Accommodation for double occupancy for 2 nights 3 days
- Inclusive of breakfast
- Evening tea and snacks
- Nature Walk
- Sunset point visit
- Taxes Extra
Book real time over the telephone – 01139585859 or whatsapp us at +919811113606 and learn more about these amazing offers and book on the spot.
- Please enquire for extra adult rate
- Child policy – upto 6 years comp in the room, 6-12 years chargeable. Please contact us for more details.
- Extend your stay at attractive prices
ABOUT THE AREA
Chamoli district is the second largest district of Uttarakhand state of India. It is bounded by the Tibet region to the north, and by the Uttarakhand districts of Pithoragarh and Bageshwar to the east, Almora to the south, Garhwal to the southwest, Rudraprayag to the west, and Uttarkashi to the northwest.
According to Rigveda (1017–19) after Inundation (Jalprlya) Sapt-Rishis saved their lives in the same village Mana. Besides there the roots of vedic literature seems to be originated from Garhwal because the Garhwali language has a lot of words common with Sanskrit. The work place of vedic Rishis are the prominent pilgrim places in Garhwal specially in chamoli like Atrimuni Ashram in Anusuya about 25 km from chamoli town and work place of Kashyap Rishi at Gandhmadan parwat near Badrinath.
According to Aadi-Puran, vedvyasa scripted the story of Mahabhrat in Vyas Gufa near Badrinath. Pandukeshwar, a small village situated on the Rishikesh Badrinath high-way from where Badrinath is just 25 km away is regarded as Tapsthali of king Pandu. In Kedar-khand Puran this land is regarded the land of lord Shiva.