The Nest Farm Stay
Farm Tour and Experience included
The Nest is our family’s initiative which grew from the desire to share our simple, farm life with others. The idea is offer an opportunity to others to enjoy a few days of living in tune with nature and feel the farm experience.
Comfortable accommodation is offered in four aesthetically designed, wood paneled rooms constructed in the traditional stone and mud style, typical of the Himalayas. Two single rooms and one family set are available on prior booking. Each room is spacious and well furnished, with attached bathrooms and overlooks our high density apple orchard. Far beyond are the spectacular views of Pangna and its rolling mountains.
We live on the farm, with three over friendly dogs, cows, goats, chickens and lots of Himalayan birds for company. This is where we grow apples, pears, apricot, cherries, kiwi, plums, prunes, pomegranate, walnuts, almonds and persimmon, exotic and seasonal vegetables - all grown organically. Come and live with us for a few days.Book Now
Price2000 Rs Per Person / Night
No ChargesChildren Below one Year Of Age
Cost IncludesALL THE ACTIVITIES OF FARM TOUR AND EXPERIENCE
SIMPLE FARM grown ORGANIC BREAKFAST, LUNCH , DINNER TEA AND SNACKS
You can also plan to use The Nest as a base for hiking and trekking through the mountains, but our advice is that one should be ready to change plans at short notice. Because The Nest is the kind of place where you may just want to sit back, soak in the tranquility of the mountains, indulge in the warm hospitality and delicious food, and spend your time with animals and or tour the farm. Or you can do nothing, except breathe in the cool fresh air during the day and count the stars at night. However, should you be inclined to indulge in some activities there is plenty to choose from.
Additional Activities at extra cost
North of Karsog is the peak of Shikari Devi crowned with a temple. It is a 7-8 hour trek one way through beautiful meadows and forests. Local legends say that even during the heaviest snowfall, the top of the temple remains free of snow due to blessings of the Pandavas who are believed to have lived here at one time. Ancient hunters prayed to the goddess for success in their hunts. It is a nine kilometers hike on a zig zag foot trance from the village of Bakhrot. A rest house of the Forest Department at Shikari can be availed for a night halt.