Nagau: Ramtal Resort and a few pictures

I wrote about the journey from New Delhi to Nagau (the journey ) and a few things you can do while you are there (things to do). It’s time to show you some pictures from our scintillating experience and also review the resort (#RamtalResort) we stayed at.

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We have reached!!!
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The entrance to the resort. It’s a new resort and they are still working on the looks.

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That’s the dining hall right there

Ramtal Resort is at an arm’s distance of Ramtal Gardens and as the landmark suggests, you can expect to see lots of land laden with different crops and flowers. Bees and butterflies are a common treat to the eyes, romancing with the beautiful flowers in the fields.

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Beauties like these are pretty common at the #RamtalResort
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Ensure your safety though 🙂

#RamtalResort is a budget resort and their tents have all the basic things you might need. A king size bed, a single bed for any extra person, a side table, warm blankets as the temperature really dips during the night, charging points, a modern basic bathroom with toiletries (handwash and soap). Do remember to carry your towels and any other items you can’t survive without. The tents are spacious and comfortable.

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One of the 6 permanent tents they currently have. This is the view from the dining hall.
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This one was ours 😀
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Clicked from the fields behind the #RamtalResort
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They put up these camps for us the last night of our stay
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To stay warm when the nights get colder

The owners are a lovable couple who are extremely hospitable and accommodating. They are a young duo who you can reach out for anything to make your stay comfortable, and they ensure they do all that they can. There are a few helping hands at the resort who are also very friendly and do their jobs really very well.

Meals at #RamtalResort are served at the dining hall, where you can grab a seat next to the window and have your meal while staring at the beautiful view of the Himalayas (and its snow-laden peak if you are lucky). I have put up a picture of the view above. Food menu is limited but extremely tasty. You do not have to worry as they serve both Veg and Non-veg dishes.

Spending time at the resort is not a problem, you can sit at the veranda watching the clouds sail past you or opt for hiking or trekking to the nearby places. You can spend hours exploring the gardens or just read a book while your favorite country songs soothe your mind.

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Back from the trek, the veranda welcomed me to this view.
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Found the perfect reading spot
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Loved the snake-like road

And here are some pictures from the trek to the temple at the cliff of the mountain.

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The trek starts
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I chose the shortcut, meaning I walked through fields like these until I touched the mountain
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Quaint and Charming
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I have reached the temple, time for some blessings.
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I am at the top of the world 🙂
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Took the trails while coming back, left some while going to the top.
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Beware of bushes like these, sure they gave me a lot of bruises 🙂 The pleasure of accomplishing something is worth the pain though.

Hope you liked the pictures. Do leave a comment, I love reading them 🙂 Have a blessed week and stay happy!!!

Shanta

Comments

  1. Arun says:

    The resort looks really good and the pictures are brilliant!
    Great post 🙂

    1. Shanta says:

      Thanks Arun. We loved every bit of our stay there. The surrounding is really breath-taking.

  2. anupam tomar says:

    Thanx shanta for your lovely reviews and the pictures you have clicked are osm…we appriciate you for what you have done.
    We always welcome a person like you who have an brillant vision of admiring beauty and place hope you will come back again very soon…..nd we have collected some more novels for you…

    1. Shanta says:

      Ahhh!! I should get my packing done already 😀
      Thank you so much Anupam, you guys are just awesome. Thanks for all the hospitality.

  3. Vinod thapa says:

    Awesome pics….there are many other places to see at Chakrata..

    1. Shanta says:

      Thank you. Indeed, 2/3 days are not enough to explore places like Chakrata when someone like me would spend hours watching butterflies and bees 😀 🙂

  4. Umesh Kaul says:

    Photos are awesome and the resort too looks appealing. The pic of the snaking road stands out. Nice work Shanta. Let me check where is Nagau!!!

    1. Shanta says:

      Thank you Sir, and apologies for the delayed response. I hope you found Nagau on the map 😀

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