Kanatal Camp is situated at 8,500 Ft Asl,in the Mussorie Hills,
near Dhanaulti. Distance from Delhi is 300kms from Delhi, Travel
time 8 Hrs Approx., Distance from Mussoorie is 42 Kms and
Dhanaulti and Chamba is 14 Kms, Rishikesh to Kanatal is 75 Kms.
Temperature : Kanatal Camp
Variation from 4°C to 25°C
Food: Kanatal Camp
Food served at camp Kanatal is absolutely yummy and hygienically
prepared. Our Food is our USP. Our food menu consists of both
vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals. We feel pleasure to alter
our menus with the guest’s choice.
Dining Area : Kanatal Camp
Dining is an interesting affair in separate and spacious tents
in buffet form. Full course vegetarian and non-vegetarian buffet
meals are served. Delicious and multi cuisine dishes- Indian,
tandoori are prepared by trained chefs.
What we are providing at Kanatal Camp
· Accommodation: - Accommodation in Camps.
· All meals: - Break fast, Lunch, Evening Tea/Coffee with Snacks
The meals will be served on buffet style (Vegetarian &
Non-Vegetarian) as per the schedule.
Breakfast : Toast, Butter, Jam, Stuffed Parantha, Dahi, Pickels,
Lunch : Three Dishes, Chapati, Rice, Papad, Salad, Pickles and
Eve. Snacks : Tea/Cofee with Snacks.
Dinner : Four Dishes (one dish can be non-vegetarian), Chapati,
Salad, Pickles and Sweet dish.
· Adventure Sports Activities: - Rock climbing, Rappelling,
Valley crossing, Burma Bridge, Commando net, Parallel Rope,
Zig-Zag, and Balance Beam.
· Ground Sports activities: - Volley Ball, Football, Bad-Minton
and Cricket etc.
· Team Building Activities: Various numbers of Team Building
Activities according to Group strength and interest.
· Indoor games: - Cards, Chess, Tambola and Carom etc.
· Bon Fire with light music
· Forest Walk
· Special Features: - DJ night, Bar-Be-Que
· Rafting in Rishikesh: - On Demand
More to Do at Kanatal Camp
· Surkhanda Devi Temple, 7kms
It is 7kms far from our base camps by road. If you are really
looking for a good trek, you can add a good trekking experience
of Surkanda Devi Temple instead of going by road. It is a Hindu
temple situated close to the small resort hamlet of Dhanaulti in
Tehri District. It is at an altitude of about 10,000 ft, 2000 ft
above Dhanaulti, which itself it at quite a height above sea
level. It is surrounded by dense forests and affords a scenic
view of the surrounding region including the Himalayas to the
north, and certain cities to the south (e.g., Dehradun,
Rishikesh) The Gange Dussera festival is celebrated every year
between May and June and attracts a lot of people. Legend has it
that the head of the charred body of Goddess Sati fell here when
Lord Shiva was taking her remains along with him after she give
her life in the yajna started by her father.
· Tehri Dam, 28kms
Tehri Dam is the primary dam of the Tehri Development Project, a
major hydroelectric project centered near Tehri Town in the
state of Uttarakhand in India. Located on the Bhagirathi River,
the principal tributary of the sacred River Ganges, the Tehri
Dam has a height of 855 feet (261 m), making it the 5th tallest
dam in the world. The dam's intended capabilities include a
power generation capacity of 2400 MW, provision of irrigation to
an area of 270,000 hectares, irrigation stabilization to an area
of 600,000 hectares, and a supply of 270 million gallons of
drinking water per day to the industrialized areas of Delhi,
Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. There is another smaller dam 14
km downstream at Koteshwar that will produce 400 MW of
electricity, and is still considered part of the TDP
hydroelectric plan. While initially planned with an approximate
budget of 4 million U.S. dollars, an equivalent of over 1
billion US dollars has been spent on the construction of the dam
· Dhanaulti Eco-park, 10kms
A very good destination for eco-tourists to enjoy Eco-park
consisting of herbal garden, treks, Himalayan view, animals and
bird watching inside deodar forest, Heavy snow fall occurs
· Mussoorie, 42kms
This hill station, situated in the foothills of the Himalaya
ranges, is also known as the Queen of the Hills. The adjoining
town of Landour, which includes a military cantonment, is
considered part of 'greater Mussoorie', as are the townships of
Barlowganj and Jharipani. Being at an average altitude of 2,000
meters (6,600 ft), Mussoorie, with its green hills and varied
flora and fauna, is a fascinating hill resort. Commanding snow
ranges to the north-east and glittering views of the Doon Valley
and Shiwalik ranges in the south, the town was once said to
present a 'fairyland' atmosphere to tourists. The highest point
is Lal Tibba with a height of over 7000ft.
*Note: - It is imperative to carry some woolens too.