There are many nearby attractions near our homestay from the World Heritage Site “GHNP” to Old Pagoda & Pahari style built “Chehani Kothi”. One can enjoy these nearby attractions in the lap of nature.
Great Himalayan National Park
Walk in to one of the unexplored regions of the world – Great Himalayan National Park with a chief naturalist for a 3 hours pleasant walk through the forest. Western Himalayas is rich in Flora and Fauna. Himalayas black bears, Marmots, Musk deer and other exotic varieties of wild bird family are found in this region.
The Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP), is one of India’s national parks, is located in Kullu region in the state of Himachal Pradesh. The park was established in 1984 and is spread over an area of 1,171 km2 at an altitude of between 1500 to 6000m. The Great Himalayan National Park is a habitat to numerous flora and fauna species.
In June 2014, the Great Himalayan National Park was added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.The Unesco World Heritage Site Committee granted the status to the park under the criteria of “exceptional natural beauty and conservation of biological diversity”.
Shringa Rishi Temple & Chehni Kothi
Shringa Rishi temple, built in Pagoda cum Pahari style is having four roofs and elaborate woodwork. Magnificent architectural wonder of Banjar valley, Chehni Kothi is 1500 years old building. Initially it was 15 storey high but after an earthquake of 1905 only 10 storeys were left. Presently this structure stands around 20 feet high.”.
Sereolsar Lake is a high altitude lake at 3,100 metres (10,171 ft) above the sea level. This lake is surrounded by thick forest cover. One can trek to Sereolesar Lake through a thickly narrow path and can get an occasional view of the meadows beyond the thick curtain of the forests. The onward trek is smooth and downhill.