Unexplored Paradise : Kanatal, Mussoorie

Kanatal is a small village in the state of Uttarakhand, India. Kanatal is 78 km from Dehradun (capital of the State Uttarakhand), 38 km from Mussoorie and 12 km from Chamba. It is on the Chamba-Mussoorie road and nearly 300 km from Delhi.

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About Kanatal

Once an abandoned land, today Kanatal is a standard frequent for those explorers who look for peace and isolation. Kanatal is said to be named after a lake that once existed there. Aside from peace, the place displays an appeal in type of glorious slopes, organic product trees, apple plantations and lavish green woods.

This quaint hamlet sprinkled with plenty of wild blossoms and little sanctuaries lies in the nearness to other real slope stations of the state like Dehradun (78 kms), Chamba (12 kms ahead) and Mussoorie (33 kms). Roosted at the stature of 8500 ft over the ocean level, the salubrious climate and the untouched excellence of this place is all around associated by means of very maintained streets not at all like its different partners.

Best time to visit: Throughout the year

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Local Food and Cuisine of Kanatal

Kanatal is a small town still fundamentally untouched by guests in vast term. So it is no big surprise that one doesn’t discover any eateries or eating joints outside the inn or visitor house. The in house eateries, however, are very much prepared and offer from Indian food to Chinese and Continental.

Lodgings/hotels in Kanatal

Kanatal is a little place yet with a talent for some super rich and premium lodgings spread over. It likewise houses spending plan and mid range lodgings and visitor houses with all the fundamental offices and comforts. With flawless view surrounding one ought to expect great sustenance and administration here.

 

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