Kaaphal Hill, located near Choukori in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, is your greatest holiday resort in the Middle Himalaya. It is situated on a sprawling rural property surrounded by orchards and pine trees. This region's prominent seasonal fruit is known as kaaphal. This area is densely forested with rhododendron, oak, walnut, plum, peach, and pine trees, making it a haven for birds and butterflies. Come here to rejuvenate your spirits with a relaxing and invigorating stay in the lap of the Himalayan hills.
This location, positioned at a height of 2000 metres, provides a magnificent view of peaks ranging from Garhwal to Nepal. Nandadevi (7,816 m), India's second highest mountain, is the presiding deity of the country of Gods (" Dev Bhoomi "). Other notable peaks in this region of the Himalaya are Nanda Kot, Panchachuli, and Api. Choukori and Berinag are well-known tea farms in this Himalayan region known as Kumaon.
Kaaphal Hill Farm is located at the entryway to Eastern Kumaon, making it an ideal stopover on the route to the high altitude valleys of Johar, Darma, and Byas that border Nepal and Tibet. The popular Pindari and Namik glaciers are easily accessible from here. This region is traversed via the Indian path to the sacred Kailash-Mansarovar (in Tibet). Adi Kailash (inside Indian territory) is a well-known pilgrimage route. In addition to this, adventurers seeking a thorough investigation of the Himalaya might go on Nanda Devi and Panchachuli Base Camp treks. For those who are interested, we also conduct guided treks.
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