Harsil Camps combines the old world charm with modern facilities. The rooms have private balconies attached with the breathtaking backdrop of the natural surroundings. The Camp, Harsil provides a perfect blend of tradition and modernity with the matchless comfort and luxury to its guests. Warm hospitality and admirable services make the stay of the guests more memorable. Harsil Camps is amazingly landscaped with lush green lawns and gardens.
Location: The Camp, Harsil is located near Kalp Kedar Mandir, Village Dharali. It lies 23km before Gangotri temple.
Accommodation: The Camp in Harsil offers well furnished tents with attached washroom and modern amenities. The interiors of the rooms have been created in such a way so that it can match the mood of its charming romantic surroundings. Each of the rooms has an attached bathroom with hot and cold running water.
Dining: The Camp in Harsil serves multi-cuisine dishes made from fresh and organic vegetables. The restaurant offers mouth watering food which adds charm to our stay at the heavenly place. Indulge yourself in the luscious food served by the expert chefs at The Camps.
About Harsil: At an altitude of 2745 meters ,20 Kms before Gangotri there is only one word to describe Harsil: stunning! It is situated in a valley on the bank of river Bhagirathi, at the confluence of the Jalandhari Gadh and the Bhagirathi, nestled in the shadow of the huge mountain that lies at the head of the Baspa Valley (Himachal Pradesh). Harsil is connected to the Baspa valley by several passes such as the Lamkhaga Pass. Apart from Matri and Kailash mountains, on the right side there is the Shrikanth peak behind which lies Kedarnath and in the rear there is Banderpunch. This sylvan hamlet is well-known for its natural beauty and delicious apples. The winding shady roads, tall conifers, lofty mountains, the turbulent Bhagirathi, apple orchards, streams, waterfalls and green meadows — all add to Harsil’s allure.
A narrow lane runs through Harsil and is bordered on both sides by wooden houses in typical Garhwali architectural style. There are little streams, swept by willow tress, with dainty bridges across them and forest trails you can follow to your heart’s content. Harsil lay on the old caravan trail between Tibet and India, when trade and marriages flourished between the two countries. Harsil has a sizeable Bhotia population – many of whom use Harsil as their winter base.
The army has a strong presence in this town – and an army camp is based here perhaps because Harsil lies quite close to the China border.
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