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भला हो (happiness for all!) Yoga hut

Cabaña. Anfitrión: Rajesh
2 huéspedes1 habitación1 cama1 baño
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Limpieza avanzada
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Ubicación fantástica
El 95 % de los últimos huéspedes han valorado con 5 estrellas la ubicación.
Normas de la casa
El anfitrión no permite que se celebren fiestas ni eventos.
Raithal is a small, fairy-like village located in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand. The cottage is located at 2250msl and has absolutely stunning views of the Himalayas range. The food eaten here is locally grown. Raithal is known for Dayara Bugyal, located at 3408m. It is an 8.5 km scenic trek all the way to the top and is recommended for beginners. During winters, skiers also frequent Raithal.
The cottage is in midst of greenery and guests would need to climb up a hill to reach.

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Habitación 1
1 cama matrimonial

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Wifi
Estacionamiento gratuito en las instalaciones
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Lavadora
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Patio
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No disponible: Detector de humo

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Raithal, Uttarakhand, India

Having introduced Raithal village and community, one should not miss out on Pannchpura Bhavan, the oldest house in Raithal and is about 500 years old.
It has survived 3 major earthquakes and is the ancestral home of the Rana
family. It is made entirely from Deodar wood, in the traditional style and has
now been converted into a storehouse for organic, locally-grown grain.

The mystical hot water spring is an hour's drive at Gangnaani and Gangotri is around 4 hour's away.

Harsil, or Harshal, is a village also known as “the mini Switzerland of India" is around 50 kms away. It is located on the banks on the turbulent river Bhagirathi at the height of 2745m. Many pilgrims rest here on their way to Gangotri. The famous temple of Gangotri is a little over 75km away.

There are multiple other absolutely magical villages scattered around nearby.
A walk to villages like Natin, Dwari and Gorsali is along a scenic flat route
which does not require high fitness or stamina.

A trek to the village Barso on the other side of the mountain is extremely
enjoyable, if the waterfall between Raithal and Barso isn’t swollen.

Other than these, there are a couple of villages- Chadheti and Bandrani- down
the mountaintop. While there is a motorable road that connects Raithal to Bhatwari (the town at the base of the mountain), you can trek down the mountain slope through these villages.

If you wish for a lazy day to enjoy the wonders of nature, even just a walk
down the winding streets of Raithal will fill your heart with awe and wonder,
for you will discover quiet little streams, and tiny little flowers poking out of
the dirt, and the air pregnant with the smells and sounds of nature, and
quaint little huts dotting the valley and little green step farms, and rolling hills.
You will see the majestic Himalayas in the distance and the pure white snow
and the striking cone-shaped trees and the mist and the clouds and you will
sit down for a steaming cup of tea or coffee or hot chocolate and just stare at
the beauty of life.

If you require a guide to help you find your way around, especially if you are visiting for the first time, the local villagers are quite willing to help you. They will show you the trail to the Bugyal and if you wish, will climb it with you (after obtaining approval from forest officials).There are options for you to ride a mule up the trail too. There is a special festival called the Butter Festival celebrated in Raithal annually, up at the Dayara Bugyal, in August. It is a fair of sorts, in which the people of the village offer the fresh produce of their cows- butter and milk- to nature, the cause of our very existence.

Anfitrión: Rajesh

Se registró en noviembre de 2013
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  • SuperAnfitrión
Someone who decided to hang up the boots from corporate life to explore new “self”.. now more with nature... Believe in the world being a nice place for us to live and leave for future as well !!
Coanfitriones
  • Shailesh
Durante tu estancia
We will be making your stay happy and comfortable. If I am on travel, there will be support and help made available to the guests.
Rajesh es SuperAnfitrión
Los SuperAnfitriones son anfitriones con experiencia y evaluaciones excelentes, que se esfuerzan al máximo por ofrecer estancias maravillosas a sus huéspedes.
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Reglas de la casa
Llegada: De 11:00 a 19:00
Salida: 11:00
No se admiten fiestas o eventos
Admite mascotas
Apto para fumadores
Salud y seguridad
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Se aplican las pautas de Airbnb con respecto al distanciamiento físico y otras cuestiones relacionadas con el coronavirus
No hay alarma de monóxido de carbono
No hay alarma de humo
Lago, río u otro cuerpo de agua cercano
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