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Our Honeymoon Room consists of a spacious bedroom
Floral Decoration (on request)
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Best Places to Visit in Hatkoti
As Shimla has got many religious spots, it is also named as DEVBHUMI (land of Gods). Most of those religious spots date back to ancient time, HATKOTI is one of them which is located in Shimla. Maa Durga is worshipped here as Hateshwari Maa. The locals believe that Hateshwari Maa is one of the most powerful goddesses of Hindu religion and that is why this temple is admired by residents of Himachal Pradesh as well as by the people who come to visit Shimla. Hatkoti is a small town in Shimla Distt. of Himachal Pradesh that is located at the banks of Pabbar River and is about 103 Km’s away from Shimla City. The town is famous for Hatkoti temple which is the center of gravity in Hatkoti, and the Sawra Kuddu Hydro Electric Project.
Also known by the name of Chanshal Valley, the Chanshal Pass is a refreshingly beautiful destination located in Himachal Pradesh, precisely 160 kilometres in distance from Shimla. Whether you work a tiring desk job or simply want to get away from the pollution and chaos of a metropolitan city, this gorgeous mountain valley is the perfect spot for your weekend getaway — even if you are a traveller on a budget. Relaxing while watching a peaceful sunrise atop the mountain peaks here will actually cost you less of an expense than visiting fancy restaurants or the mall.
At the incredibly high altitude of 3,755 metres, the Valley is located directly on top of the highest peak in all of Shimla — the Chanshal Peak. It is a 180 kilometre long road which forms a connection between the town of Rohru (Chirgaon) and the Dodra Kwar Valley. This serene valley has become extremely famous for its scenic, breathtaking views. You will truly feel one with nature no matter what month you decide to visit Chanshal in.
Giri Ganga River Trek
The Giri Ganga River Trek is one of the more famous treks around the Himalayas that attracts religious societies as well as nature enthusiasts or outdoor explorers. The Trek sets up its base at Khara Pathar and stretches all the way up to the source of the river. The river is also used a place for pilgrims to visit during their pilgrimage. The trek begins at Khara Pathar and has exactly two alternative routes to reach the final destination or the source. One way of reaching the source is through a hired car while the other leads to a six-kilometre hike through the dense forests and lush greenery that surrounds Kharapathar.
The start of the hike is approximately 400 metres from the hotel located on the highway to Rohu. While hiking the terrain individuals are sure to see varying varieties of flora such as an abundance of deodar trees or pine trees as well as apple plantations. Clear streams and brooks also make an appearance. As far as the terrain itself goes, most of the path is consistently muddy except for the end which is a rocky path that forms approximately 15% of the end.
Once you complete the trek and reach your destination, individuals can walk amongst the beautiful surroundings and enjoy the spectacular view of the Giri Ganga River and its surroundings. An ancient, withering temple complex is also present at the top and attracts many tourists and locals alike. The temple is made up of ruins, a cottage, and a traditional age-old dharamshala made of wood and stone. Along with this, the temple proper has three main shrines which worship separate deities. The main shrine is placed on a stone platform which is raised and surrounded by a large water tank. The shrine is dedicated to Goddess Durga, and local legends say that taking a round around the temple, in the water, is a sure fire way to wash away all your sins and wrongdoings. This is often seen in practice by several locals. Along with this, the other two shrines that face each other are dedicated to Lord Ram, Laxman and Sita and a dark and dank marble Shivlinga enclave respectively.