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Camp Purple are luxurious adventure camps located in Sargakhet village in Mukteshwar at about 50 Kms from the famous tourist hotspot, Nainital. They are managed by Wildrift adventure group. The camps offer range of activities and great facilities in the wilderness. View from the camps is astounding. If you want to try your hand with Paragliding then the camps are a perfect destination. You can attend local craft workshop to acquaint with the cultural heritage of the region.
The Wildrift team is very energetic and makes your stay delightful and adventurous. A perfect weekend getaway from Delhi and Chandigarh. Climate is pleasant throughout the year with the winters being the exception as temperature can get down to freezing too. Mukteshwar calls upon the traveller in quest of tranquillity and peace while adventure freaks have a lot to explore as well.
Cancellation / Prepayment
- Cancellation 30 days prior to the trip- 100% return.
- Cancellation 15 days prior to the trip- 50% return.
- Cancellation less than 15 days prior to the trip- No Refund.
Children and extra beds
- Welcome drink on arrival(non alcoholic)
- All buffet meals
- Tea with cookies
- AP Meal
- Doctor On Call
- Tea With Cookies
- Veg and Non Veg Meals
- Welcome Drinks
- Dense jungle trails
- Himalayan birds
- Long walks to the village
- Village crafts
- Rock climbing
- Climbibing sheer rock faces
- Indoor Games (Carrom, Ludo, Chess, Cards, Darts, Tambola)
- Outdoor Games (Cricket, Badminton, Volleyball)
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Nainital is one of the most coveted Himalayan hill stations in India. Situated in the foothills of kumaun region in the state of Uttarakhand, it is thronged by millions throughout the year. A popular Honeymoon destination, it also has a lot in store for adventure enthusiasts. It is gifted with scenic natural splendor and awe-inspiring natural resources. It like Shimla and other notable hill stations of Himalayas was built by the British and there are many places of cultural and historical importance associated with the British era. Upper reaches are snow clad in the winters and Nainital sometimes has it share of snowfall too. The town with Hindu Mythological importance is known for its pristine and marvelous lakes where boating is pastime ventured by a lot of travelers. Nainital district is home to the famous ‘Jim Corbett National Park’. Nainital is undoubtedly the jewel of the crown of Kumaun region .One can visit it from Delhi and Chandigarh for a long weekend as it is quite accessible.
Pangot is a picturesque and easy going village in the outskirts of the famous tourist destination of Nainital. With Oak and Rhododendron forests around, Pangot appears as a pleasant and ideal tourist destination for the people from plains. The region is very rich in flora and fauna and habitat to many distinguished bird species. It also has numerous perennial and seasonal creeks which houses scores of wild animals and Himalayan species. In the past decade or so, it has been extremely popular amongst the tourists visiting Nainital .Bird Watching is what most people are fascinated about as more than 150 bird species have been officially recorded. If you are planning a weekend holiday from Delhi or Chandigarh, Pangot won’t disappoint you.
Saat-tal is a sleepy Hamlet in the outskirts of the famous town and hotspot of Nainital. It derives its name from the seven lakes which it overlooks atop a hill. It is surrounded by Oak and Pine forests and is a paradise for migratory birds which visit its un-tampered Freshwater biomes. Of late it receives heavy tourism owing to its natural resources and the pristine Himalayan environment. It has more than 500 species of Birds recorded and innumerable species which have carved out their own niche in the region. The destination has one of its kind butterfly museums which is centre of attraction for many. The famous towns of Bhowali, Bhimtal, Nainital are nearby and are easily accessible. Saat-tal does full justice to its name and lakes are simply fantabulous. One can see the glimpses of the British era still languishing. A visit to Sattal is a best way to reenergize yourself from the hustle of your city. A weekend trip should definitely be on your cards.
|Temprature||Winters (Max: 15°C, Min: -3 °C), Summers (Max: 27°C, Min: 7 °C)|
|Altitude And Co-ordinates||2084m (6837 ft), 29.23°N 79.27°E|
|Activities||Camping; Trekking, Bird Watching, Wildlife Photography|
|Nearest Railway Station||Kathgodham/Haldwani, Uttarakhand|
|Sightseeing||Phangot, Satt-tal, Naini Lake|
|Area||11.7 Square Km.|
|Vehicle Registration No.||UK-04|
Culture and history infoNainital derived its name from Naini Lake around which this small Himalayan town is built. Naini Lake is believed to be one of the 64 ‘Shakti Peeths’ where Nain (eyes) of burnt body of Sati (Parvati) felt. Naina Devi Temple is located on the north side of the lake.
This Himalayan town was founded by the British in the 19th century when a British trader built his first house in the region. It lies on the foothills of Kumaon region of the Greater Himalayas. It is surrounded by various peaks on all the sides such as Naina, Deopatha, and Aryapatha.
Apart from its religious and tourist importance it is also known for the Day Boarding schools in the region. Sherwood College, Birla Vidya Mandir, St. Mary’s Convent and St. Joseph College are some of the many famous educational institutes in the region. Many famous personalities such as Jim Corbett, Ruskin Bond, Amitabh Bachchan, Somnath Sharma have their roots connected to this beautiful Himalayan town of Uttarakhand.