“Stunningly beautiful” and “magical as ever” are just the two right phrases to describe the newly emerging tourist destination- Tirthan valley in Himachal. Tirthan valley perfectly defines “beauty in simplicity” with its gigantic Himalayas, lush greenery, and colored roofs, which produce a heavily scenery like nothing comparable. Tirthan valley is not only a haven for bird lovers, but also a paradise for trekkers as it offers enormous trekking opportunities. Horangad is a tiny village in the valley with amazing natural beauty.
This traditional house is made from wood, mud, and stone in Kathkuni architecture and can be reached through a 15-minute walking trail to the village Horangad in Tirthan Valley. Set amidst a dense forest and fruit orchards, it is an ideal place to unravel from the monotony of big cities and overflowing tourist getaways. The place is peacefully secluded and offers a true organic living experience with a touch of modernness.
It is a double-storey house with 2 family suite rooms with an attached balcony and a big courtyard. Both rooms have a 360-degree view of the mountains. There are also two separate kitchens to cater to both the rooms individually. The owner also stays on the property but in a separate space. It is a paradise for birders, hikers, artists, yoga enthusiasts and just anybody who loves to witness nature in sheer silence and peace. Don’t forget to visit the family of Peacock’s living at the homestay when you plan to visit.
Location: 3 kms from Tirthan River Bridge.
Number of Rooms- 2, Total capacity- 8
Bhuntar is the nearest airport located at 44 kms from the village. The nearest towns to Horangad are Banjar, Kullu and Aut. There is a frequent Volvo bus service between Delhi and Aut. The village can be accessed either by self-driving or a hired cab either from Aut or Banjar.
Single Occupancy: 4500/-
Double Occupancy: 5000/-
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 • Running Hot Water • Open Seating Areas • Toiletries • Pet Friendly • Library • Bonfire • Barbecue • Pick and Drop Service (Paid)
The homestay has a variety of food cuisines to offer ranging from Indian to continental. The homestay not only offers an ala-carte menu but also serves pocket-friendly Veg/Non-veg Thalis. The owner proudly serves homely delicious Pahari and Maharashtrian food. Guests can also enjoy fresh seasonal fruits like apple, plum, pear, etc.
Yoga & Meditation • Bird Watching • Reading • Star Gazing • Hiking • Village/ City Walk Forest Walk • Cycling • Fishing • Adventure Sports
Great Himalayan National Park (2km) • Chhoie Waterfall Sarchi (3km) • Hippo Falls (8kms) • Chhoie Waterfall Tirthan Valley(8km)• Sarchi Village Temple (10km) • Shringarishi Temple (10.5km) • Chehni Kothi temple (11km) • Jibhi Waterfall (12km) • Jibhi (12km) • Raghupur Fort (13km)
Jalori Pass (24km) • Serolsar lake Trek (starting point) (21km) • Pandoh Dam (42km) • Kullu (56km) • Anni (55km) • Aut (55km) • Kasol (75km) • Janjehli (84km) • Manali (93km) • Shikari Devi Temple (113km) • Karsog (104km)
Treks and Hikes: Hippo Waterfall Hike • Choi Waterfall Hike • Balu Nag Trail • Raghupur Fort Hike • Serolsar Lake Trek
After working for a few years in the construction industry, Sunit Mahesh Dere followed his dreams of adventure. Today, Sunit is a proud owner of Nestleaway and loves to curate his own travel experiences as well. He is a dedicated photographer and a passionate 4*4 adventurer. Sunit’s brilliant knowledge of the area, exhilarating off-roading adventures, challenging tracks on the hillside, and breathtaking views satiate his dreams. Sunit thus becomes a perfect, knowledgeable and charismatic kilted adventurous host.
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