Dhanaulti"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

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    Eco Park - Eco Park in Dhanaulti is a newly developed park by the DFO and citizens of Dhanaulti, which houses the deodar trees.  There are two Eco-parks about 200 m apart, Amber and Dhara. Being a forest conserved area and looked after by the forest division of Garhwal region, there is an entry fee for the visitors.

     

    Surkanda Devi Temple - This temple is a part of the Devi Darshan triangle, which also includes Chandrabadni and Kunjapuri. Atop the hill where Surkanda Devi temple is located, the tourists can get a 360 degree view of the Garhwal region of the Himalayas, the Dehradun valley and other peaks. Tourists usually trek along the route to the temple, but, those who cannot; there are ponies and horse rides available.Surkanada Devi temple is at a distance of8 kms from Dhanaulti. This temple is dedicated to the famous Parvati Devi who is revered in the region by the locals. This temple is located at a height of about 10,000 feet and requires a trek of about 1.5 kms from the base of the hill. Tourists can also reach the temple by walking along an 8 kms trek path amidst the forest from Dhanaulti or can take the road from Dhanaulti towards Chamba.

     

    Camp Thangdhar - There are 31 Jain temples near the Kanali fort in the Dhanaulti hills, overlooking the River Betwa. All the temples in the congregation were built in the form of the Vishnu temple, but each one has a remarkable architecture.There are deluxe and alpine tents for the tourists with multi cuisine food and other facilities. Various activities are arranged for the tourists who stay in these tents in Camp Thangdhar. Trekking, golf, mountain biking, rock climbing, bonfire, snow camping, etc are some of the activities that are arranged. Sightseeing to the nearby locations is also organized for the tourists who stay at the camp. Jain templesInDhanaulti, tourists can find the Camp Thangdhar in Thangdhar village at a distance of 14 kms from the market area. This particular adventure camp has accommodation facilities and has been developed especially for the tourists who are interested in mountain adventure. It is situated at a height of 8300 feet and is surrounded by the pine and deodar trees.

     

    Potato farm (AlooKhet) - The potato farms are about 1 km from the main market and from here the Doon valley is clearly visible. Horse ride is also available to go around these potato farms.In Dhanaulti, the large expanses of potato farm also known as AlooKhet, is a place where the tourists can have a walk. These fields belong to the government and also are owned by private farmers. The production of potatoes is substantial and is supplied to many places outside the state of Uttarakhand.

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    Eco Park - Eco Park in Dhanaulti is a newly developed park by the DFO and citizens of Dhanaulti, which houses the deodar trees.  There are two Eco-parks about 200 m apart, Amber and Dhara. Being a forest conserved area and looked after by the forest division of Garhwal region, there is an entry fee for the visitors.

     

    Surkanda Devi Temple - This temple is a part of the Devi Darshan triangle, which also includes Chandrabadni and Kunjapuri. Atop the hill where Surkanda Devi temple is located, the tourists can get a 360 degree view of the Garhwal region of the Himalayas, the Dehradun valley and other peaks. Tourists usually trek along the route to the temple, but, those who cannot; there are ponies and horse rides available.Surkanada Devi temple is at a distance of8 kms from Dhanaulti. This temple is dedicated to the famous Parvati Devi who is revered in the region by the locals. This temple is located at a height of about 10,000 feet and requires a trek of about 1.5 kms from the base of the hill. Tourists can also reach the temple by walking along an 8 kms trek path amidst the forest from Dhanaulti or can take the road from Dhanaulti towards Chamba.

     

    Camp Thangdhar - There are 31 Jain temples near the Kanali fort in the Dhanaulti hills, overlooking the River Betwa. All the temples in the congregation were built in the form of the Vishnu temple, but each one has a remarkable architecture.There are deluxe and alpine tents for the tourists with multi cuisine food and other facilities. Various activities are arranged for the tourists who stay in these tents in Camp Thangdhar. Trekking, golf, mountain biking, rock climbing, bonfire, snow camping, etc are some of the activities that are arranged. Sightseeing to the nearby locations is also organized for the tourists who stay at the camp. Jain templesInDhanaulti, tourists can find the Camp Thangdhar in Thangdhar village at a distance of 14 kms from the market area. This particular adventure camp has accommodation facilities and has been developed especially for the tourists who are interested in mountain adventure. It is situated at a height of 8300 feet and is surrounded by the pine and deodar trees.

     

    Potato farm (AlooKhet) - The potato farms are about 1 km from the main market and from here the Doon valley is clearly visible. Horse ride is also available to go around these potato farms.In Dhanaulti, the large expanses of potato farm also known as AlooKhet, is a place where the tourists can have a walk. These fields belong to the government and also are owned by private farmers. The production of potatoes is substantial and is supplied to many places outside the state of Uttarakhand.

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