Rockclimbing and Rappelling on BHEEM KA CHULLAH:
It is believed that Pandavas stayed at Hatu peak during their 14 years of exile and a big rock which is believed to be BheemkaChullah still exists here, the Pandavas used it to prepare food. The place has a magnificent view of the entire Himalayan ranges and the entire Narkanda valley with apple orchards, green fields, and lush green forests
-Burma Bridge :
A hanging bridge often part of a ropes course that consists of a single wire or rope to walk on and two others to hold on to.
Consisting of a pulley suspended on a cable, usually made of stainless steel, mounted on a slope, designed to enable the user propelled by gravity to travel from the top to the bottom of the inclined cable by holding on to, or attaching to, the freely moving pulley.
1.JAU BAGH :
A large grassy meadow with tiny colorful flowers is the highlight of Hatu Peak and must not be missed. It is a grassy land fringed with Deodar trees.
This place offers a 360degree view of the Himalayas, which is breathtaking. You can also find some remains of a hideout and a fort built by the gorkhas, which were destroyed by the Britishers during a battle with the Gorkhas.
-STAR GAZING AND NIGHT SKY PHOTOGRAPHY:
There’s something quite magical about a star-studded night sky. White dust, light and air pollution make it difficult to find a clear night sky in most Indian cities. You can get lucky at Agyaat Vaas on clear nights with star gazing and night sky photography .Mr. Talwar rated Narkanda among India’s top 10-night photography spots. He reveals that the ski slope which is hidden from the town light is ideal “for photographers who not want earth lights to spoil the light coming from the sky”.
Narkanda is the starting point of Hatu Peak, all along the trail you can spot a number of species like :
Indian Blue Robin,
Brownish-flanked bush warbler
Large Hawk Cuckoo
Black and yellow Grosbeak,
Greenish and Lemon-rumped warbler
Ultramarine and Asian brown flycatcher
Himachal Pradesh is the land of festivals and dances that form an inherent part of its culture. Popular dances –
A myriad of musical instruments like thurki, flute, ektara,kindari,jhanghmayara,chimta,ghariyal and ghunghru are played to provide music for the songs and the dances. Cultural nights can be arranged for only on prior requests.
CULTURAL EXCHANGE TO THE NEARBY VILLAGES:
Ratnari and Baghi:
These two villages are loacated in Kotkhai Tehsil of Shimla district Himachal Pradesh and are known for their apple farming. The people living here follow the ideology of simple living and high thinking.These down to earth people come from a mix of various tribes and races, and follow their traditions and rituals with full devotion. They are so welcoming and warm at heart that you would want to keep coming back. The area’s rustic culture is well linked to its occupation. Agriculture and livestock rearing are main source of livelihood. You will find many people working in terrace farms and orchards. The apples and cherries produced here are famous all over India, besides there are many other species of wild mushrooms(),herbs and fauna found in forests surrounding these villages.
There is also a special provision of swimming and theatre which can only be provided on prior request at the time of booking.
Want to enjoy the beauty of the place without unrestricted views from the top, paragliding is just the right sport for you. You need not worry as experienced professionals will be there with you who will guide you and provide you with all the necessary equipments perform the activity. It does not require and skill, you will be accompanied by professionals on the flight.
BIKE TOUR EXPEDITIONS:
MAGIC TRICKS BY AKSHAY KALTA:
HATU MATA TEMPLE