Kanatal Tourism

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Phagun Shah

Phagun Shah5.0/5

8 reviews

An awesome off beat destination

Off beat destination. Less crowded and less commercialised, about 300 kms from Delhi. Delhi, Rishikesh, Chamba(uttarakhand), Kanatal. Roads almost all good throughout the journey. Stayed at Kanatal Resort during the diwali holidays in 2015 Family vacation. Excursions like Kodia jungle and Surkanda devi temple and Dhanaulti nature park. Dhanaulti nature park is worth visiting. Nominal entry charges. Good place to take photographs. The snacks available in a roadside food joint in front of the nature parka gate, in form of pakodas, omlette, Maggie along with tea coffee or cold drinks is a must have. You will love it. Surkanda devi temple is a climb of about 1:5 to 2 hours but people make sure that you start your climb from the front gate otherwise there is another point of entry a little away but that's pretty hard trek and would take too much of a time to travel. Kanatal is worth visiting if you love to take the road less travelled.

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Abhinav Kumar

Abhinav Kumar3.9/5

261 reviews

Emerging hill station!

You wont find a tourist crowed here. Just have pure air, green trails, peaceful nature and nutritious food. Avoid to visit in rainy season, roads get slippery. Do hangouts, bonfire and recharge your self. As this is a offbeat destination, you will find only few resorts or camp who offer staying or lodging. Neither a rest house or hotel, yeah its good will let you breathe if you want to keep yourself away to the crowed and noise.

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Kanatal Overview

About Kanatal Tourism

Kanatal is a small village located 78 km ahead of Dehradun, in the Tehri Garhwal District of the state of Uttarakhand. Situated amidst numerous hills, Kanatal is not over-crowded or highly urbanised like other most frequented hill stations of the state, such as Chamba and Mussoorie.

This small hamlet serves mainly as a weekend getaway for the local populace. Located at an average elevation of 8500 feet, Kanatal allures many tourists every year to its natural beauty filled with snow covered hills and green forests. The hamlet is named after Kanatal Lake, which once existed in the region.

There are some very popular scenic places in and around Kanatal, most popular of which is the Surkhanda Devi Temple located at the highest point in the village, at a height of 9995 feet. Other major attractions include Kodia Jungle and Tehri Dam. Tourists visiting Kanatal can primarily indulge in leisurely activities, like taking a walk through lush green meadows, lazing in the sun, or just picnicking with family and friends.

One of the most sought after tourist destinations in Uttarakhand, Kanatal is accessible by road, train and even by air. Kanatal can be easily approached by road via the Rishikesh-Chamba-Mussoorie Highway or the Delhi-Dehradun-Dhanaulti route. The nearest railheads to Kanatal are Haridwar and Dehradun, which link it to different parts of the country. By air, tourists can travel to the Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun, which is located at a distance of 90 km, and continue the onward journey by road.
The weather in Kanatal is pleasant and relaxing with temperature varying between 10-20 degrees Celsius and in winters it lies between 5-10 degrees Celsius. Therefore, the weather is perfect for a visit throughout the year.

Kanatal has a few hotels, which offer a great views of the snow covered hills like Trishul, Chaukhamba and Bandarpuch. Travellers can also opt for camps apart from a few luxury hotels and spas that are available.

There is so much to see in Kanatal.

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