Individual and group bookings can be made for Jungle Trekking, Rappling, Valley Crossing, Commando Walk, Rock Climbing, Jeep Ride. Due to heavy demand in season, do try and book in early *.
Badminton, Trekking, Picnics, Nature Walks, Bird Watching, Flaura & Fauna Sightseeing Trips Full & Half Day Trips to Forests, Parks, Temples To Rishikesh Chamba Tehri Dam Sarkunda Devi Dhanaulti Mussoorie
The Outdoors:
Areas worth visiting are-

Forests such as the Kaudiya Forest (3 kms), Rani Chauri Forest (22 kms), Dandachali Forest (21 kms) and Batwaldar Forest (10 kms) The Tehri Dam (33 kms) is the highest dam in India and one of the tallest in the world. It is built on the River Bhagirathi is 260.5 metres high and 575 metres long. It is definitely a landmark project high on the must visit list.

Chamba (12kms) is a town in Tehri Garhwal located at a junction of roads connecting Mussoorie and Rishikesh with New Tehri and Tehri Dam. Rapid development has seen apopulation growth from approx 6500 to over 30,000 in the last decade. Kanatal is located halfway between Chamba and Dhanaulti.

Dhanaulti too is a small hill station 24 kms from the popular hill station of Mussoorie, and 12 kms from Kanatal. It is situated at an altitude of 2286m, and is known for its alpine forests of Deodar, Rhododendron and Oak. Host to two ECO Parks “Amber" and "Dhara" that are its main attractions, the adventure sports available include the Flying Fox and Burma Bridge.

Mussoorie also known as The Queen of the Hills is a mere 40 kms from Kanatal and makes for an ideal day trip. Amongst other activities, nature walks, waterfalls, lakes, temple visits a botanical garden, India’s first Tibetan Temple, a cable car to access Gun Hill, schools and monuments, old Christian churches dating back to the early eighties make for an interesting sightseeing day out.



Haridwar 100 kms approximately from Kanatal and 30 kms from Rishikesh is one of the most religious towns in Uttaranchal and host to the famous 'Maha Aarti', every evening.
Surkanda Devi is a revered Hindu temple situated 6kms from Kanatal. It is at an altitude of about 2,757 metres and offers a 360 panoramic view of the Himalayas to the north, and certain cities to the south like Dehradun & Rishikesh. The Ganga Dussera is a major festival celebrated every year between May and June.
Kanatal is strategically located on the Char Dham route which refers to the four Hindu religious sites in the Uttarakhand state of India. These are Yamunotri, Gangotri, Badrinath and Kedarnath. Nestled in the lap of majestic Himalayas, these four sites are the epi-centre of religious activity in north India.
Rishikesh for Rafting: 80 kms downhill from Kanatal is Rishikesh, also known as the white water capital of India and well known for rafting. Bird Watching:
Whilst catching the magical sunsets, and soaking in the local flaura and fauna you are additionally blessed if you are a bird watcher because we do live in nature’s paradise blessed with an exotic and wide collection of birds as well.
Cycling it no longer is rare to see a brave heart pedaling away furiously on a circular route encompassing Dehradun, Kanatal and back via Rishikesh. For starters, feel free to borrow the few that we have on site and try remember the last time you got onto one.

Bingo, Bonfire and Music Nights:
Fun getting together under the open skies to your favorite melodies is truly an experience. Be your own DJ or master of ceremonies. Its all about having good clean and honest fun

* Extra Charges apply.