The Banjar valley in Kullu district is one of the least explored valleys of Himachal. It is a part of the Seraj region that extends from Jalori pass to Shikari Devi in Janjehli. It is located at the confluence of river Tirthan and Pushpabhad and is also the gateway to the Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP). The valley has good weather, stunning views, plenty of adventure and great value for money. Visit the valley during fairs and festivals like Nav Samvat, Hum, Faguli, Otan, Virshi etc. to witness the local traditions.
Located in the heart of a picturesque village in Banjar valley, the homestay is surrounded by pine forest and offers breathtakingly beautiful mountain views. There are two floors for guests. The first floor has 2 rooms and 1 western shared washroom. On the second floor, there is 1 room, washroom, a common living area and the dining area. The homestay has all the required amenities like a geyser in washrooms, Bukhari to keep the room hot during winters, dongle to work, power back up facility along with great warmth of Himachali hospitality and tasty food. The village has many treks and trails around.
Location: It is located 10 km from Banjar Bus Station.
Number of Rooms -3; Total Capacity -10
The nearest airport is in Bhuntar 48 km from Banjar, but has limited flights. The best way to reach is via Delhi. Take the Himachal Tourism Bus overnight Volvo bus to Manali. Get off at Aut from where you can take a taxi.
Single Occupancy: 1000/-
Double Occupancy: 1800/-
Extra Person: 500/-
Complimentary: Breakfast, Dinner, Morning & Evening Tea
Upto 6 years: Complimentary (No Extra Bed)
6-12 years.: 50% (Extra bed provided)
What you pay for a homestay, brings a direct socio-economic benefit to locals. Be proud by not asking for a discount.
Parking • Internet • Power Backup • Running Hot Water • Open Seating Areas • Pet Friendly • Television • Toiletries • Smoking Allowed • Bonfire Pick and Drop Service (Paid)
Delicious home cooked pahadi meals are served. Breakfast options include stuffed paratha, Suhale (local dish), Aate ka Childa or butter/ jam toast, vegetable sandwich, Porridge, Sabudana khichdi, Idli-Sambhar, Appe-chutney and Chole Poori etc. Lunch and dinner includes seasonal vegetables, Paneer, Dal, Rajma, egg curry, rice, roti etc. Chicken/Mutton can be ordered at an extra cost.
Bird Watching • Reading • Stargazing • Village Walk • Forest Walk • Yoga and Meditation • Hiking • Fishing • Indoor games like Carrom, Chess, Luddo, Playing Cards • Walk Through the Apple Orchards and Fruit Plucking in the season • Farm Activities like Cow Milking • Camping • Cycling
Laxminarayan Temple • Kelotandi – Top Sun-Set Point • Tirthan River (12km) • Trekking & Fishing Point (12km) • Shringa Rishi Temple (17km) • Gushaini (17 km) • Jibhi Waterfall (18km) • Chaini Kothi Fort (18km) • Mini Thailand (19km) • Jalori Pass & Serolsar Lake (20km) • Raghupur Fort(20km) • Local Market Banjar (25km) • Balo Temple (28km)
Aut Tunnel (30km) • Aut Waterfall (30km) • Choi Waterfall (15km) • Thachi Valley (39 km) • Pandoh Dam (46 km) • Great Himalayan National Park (17 km) • Kullu (60km)
Trekking & Hiking Points : Jalori Pass-Serolsar Lake Trek • GHNP Park Gate Hike • Choie Waterfall Trek • Jalori Pass-Raghupur Fort Trek • Tirath Trek
Rittam Thakur along with his family will welcome you to this lovely hidden gem. The family’s occupation is farming and they are the natives of the place staying here from centuries. Rittam has done Hotel Management from IHM, Kufri after Graduation and presently he is running a travel company also.
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