Malana is ancient Indian village, near Kasol in the state of Himachal Pradesh. This village in a side valley of the Parvati valley, is isolated from the rest of the world. Shadowed by the peaks of Chanderkhani and Deo Tibba, it is situated on a remote plateau by the side of the torrential Malana river. Malana has its own lifestyle and social structure that makes it unique mix of Himalayan travel and culture tourism. Most common route towards the village is by taxi or bus from Jhari. One need to stop at Malana gate and trek up to the village for about 2 km.
Malana Homestay is conveniently located about 400 mtr from Malana Gate parking point, in an isolated part of the hill. It provides you the much-needed space in the hills to connect with the natural beauty of the place. Village of Malana is visible from homestay but you are safely away from the crowd to enjoy some peace while looking at the best of the nature on offer. Homestay has 3 rooms with 3 beds each and a dormitory that can house 6 people. Two rooms are at the ground floor and one on the first floor. Dormitory is at the second floor of the building. There is open area to sit and enjoy your cup of tea or meals on the first floor. Farm area around the homestay makes it convenient to have your walks in nature.
Location: 400mtrs walking distance from Malana Gate.
Number of Rooms -3; Total Capacity -15; Dormitory- 1
The nearest airport is Bhuntar (39 km). Kasol is about one hour drive at 21 km.
Single Occupancy: 1100/-
Double Occupancy: 2000/-
Extra Person: 900/-
Tent: 700/- pp
Dormitory: 900/- pp
Complimentary: WiFi, Power Backup, Breakfast, Dinner, Morning & Evening Tea
Upto 6 years: Complimentary (No Extra Bed)
6-12 years.: 50% (Extra bed provided)
Note: What you pay for a homestay, brings a direct socio-economic benefit to locals. Be proud by not asking for a discount.
WiFi • Power Backup • Parking • Outdoor Dining • Garden • Bonfire • Open Sitting Areas • Balcony Opening up to the Valley
Food served by default is vegetarian. Non-veg food is available on request in advance. Apart from regular North India food, Harsh has expertise in local cuisine. His kitchen is more like a cafe where you can expect to get all type of Tea, Soup, Pancake and Nutella.
Nature walks are best thing to do here • Rock Climbing • Trekking
Jamdagani Temple • Shrine of Renuka Devi • Malana Waterfall • Magic Valley (3-4 hr) • Whichyn Valley (3-4 hr)
Kasol (20 km) • Manikaran (25km) • Tosh (50 km)
Malana Homestay has become home to two young entrepreneurs and travel enthusiastic. Harshvardhan Singh is an automobile engineer so you can have nice chat with him about his engineering skills while being here. Jayesh Sayal has his masters in business administration and that shows in his ability to make you special when you are this homestay. Both of them has extensive knowledge of the area and help you plan the treks and adventure trips that you can club with your peaceful stay.
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