2016 Hideaway Budget Hotel The Wilderness Resort

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We, at The Wilderness believe that besides giving the best to our visitors in terms of hospitality, we bring the local habitat to them. We cross over boundaries that separate nature and culture from us in order to make the locale and the surroundings come alive for the tourists. Visits to the nearby destination give the tourists an encounter with the locals. The Wilderness will give you an all-inclusive feel of the place, making your stay highly experiential.

The resort is10kms. from the famous Hindustan-Tibet national highway/ NH-22. An ideal stop over for travelers going to Sangla valley, Kinnaur and Lahaul spiti. A good detour for Manali via Shoja and Jalori pass.

Accessibility

By Road: Located on NH22, 70Kms from Shimla, approx 2 hours drive. 400kms from Delhi, approx 8 to 9 hours drive.

By Rail: Nearest Narrow Gauge toy train Kalka to Shimla.
            Nearest Broad Gauge train station at Kalka

By Air: Chandigarh Airport, 5hours drive from ‘The Wilderness’
            Shimla Airport, 2 hours drive from ‘The Wilderness’


Nearby attractions :
The famous town of Narkanda offers an Alpine skiing slope for the snowsports enthusiasts.....

  • Kotgarh, a hamlet reflects images of a bygone era frozen in time where the British build one of the earliest military garrisons, has a church dating back to 1872. Built in gothic style, the church stands as one of the oldest buildings of the Church Missionary Society in India.
  • Thanedhar, apple bowl of Himachal Pradesh, where the famous American missionary Satyanand (Samuel) Stokes planted the first apple sapling.Down below the valley, the fastest flowing river of India, Satluj beckons to be admired.
  • Hattu Peak, 12000 feet above sea level, offers a scenic trek and a sight of the world at your feet.The area offers lots of flora and fauna with endless walk trails in the forests and the apple and cherry orchards.
  • Rudyard Kipling, aptly, called Kotgarh "the mistress of the Northern hills" and based his story Lispeth here.
  • Sutlej River, One of the fastest flowing rivers of India, the bank provides an ideal picnic spot.
  • Sarahan, Famous for Bhimkali Temple is a popular place of pilgrimage.

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