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Sat, 05 May – Sun, 06 May (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Rajaji National Park,Via Chila, Village Bukundi, Dist. Pauri, Rishikesh , 246001 | Show on Map
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Wild Brook Retreat in Paurioffers 24 hour room service. It is located 0 km away from Rajaji National Park.
This cottage in Paurioffers 6 comfortable rooms. The rooms are well equipped with various in-roomamenities like a comfortable bed, fire place, solar powered lights and awake-up call facility.
Wild Brook Retreat offers facilitieslike laundry service and medical service.
It also offers a luggage storagefacility for the guests to store their luggage safely. There is a backupgenerator available in case of a power cut. Some adventure activities like birdwatching, trekking, river rafting, and jungle safaris are also offered. This cottage in Paurioffers parking facility to its patrons.
It is located at a distance of 229 kmfrom Delhi.
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by Manit G on October 25, 2017
Amazing place to stay for a short trip close to haridwar . Wonderful staff, humble, courteous, and attentive. Rooms are perfectly designed , spacious, full of natural light, beautiful landscapes with modern amenities. Resort runs on solar energy, complete eco friendly. River flowing right is front of your cottage is breath taking. 20 minutes thrilled jungle safari ride to get to this place.
by soleil199 on October 11, 2017
This beautifully constructed resort is located in the forest which is really an excitement in itself. This is surrounded by Mountains with the music of running River and chirping birds and Reaching to this resort is an adventure while crossing through difficult routes and seeing deers, elephants, peacocks, rabbits, butterflies by crossing the River and eye catchy natural scenic beauty make a great experience. Really, This is an amazing place away from hustle bustle of the city life. The fragrance of plants, soil and flowers was deep refreshing through fresh air and the beautiful cottage is apt with this natural beauty with all the basic amenities and home like food and the staff who take care are so humble and they are ready on feet to help in every possible way and these all things that create wonderful memories. This is the awasome peaceful place away from the city life and definitely without phone is more peaceful. Had a great experience.
by kamuprakash on October 6, 2017
If you are a nature lover / peace seeker / bird watcher / just some one who wants to get away from the hustle bustle that technology has created ... this is the BEST place. Be a bachelor, group of friends or a family with kids ... this place will suit all We traveled with our kids aged 12 & 8 , we weren't prepared for the total lack of communication ...was a blessing in disguise.... Thankfully we packed some playing cards and enjoyed un-interrupted family play time. The food ... really delicious ... the staff are super friendly - Rajendira and Sandeep were too nice hosts ... The trek to the hill top temple was worth it ... even for an armature trekker like me ... who huffed and puffed all the way it wasn't impossible. We just didnt time our visit to sync with the park opening timings and hence didn't sight any animals. This place is a MUST VISIT again in our list :-)
by Chetan S on June 5, 2017
Wildbrook Retreat was a surprise. The caretakers were super friendly and always willinf to go extra mile to serve make your stay wonderful. Their homestyle cooking was fabulous. All we wanted a was a comfortable stay away from the concrete jungles and the experience was beyond words. We stayed there for a night at the peak of summers June 1st week with no rains and dry weather but even with just a fan in the room and a bulb it was a very comfortable stay. All we did was just lounge in the verandah of the cottage and even with no fans there it was comfortable and nice. The food was fabulous and we could hear a leapord right outside the property on the river bed for good 2-3 hours. He also seemed to be lounging in the river stream. I didnt feel like leaving, but the rooms were already all booked for the following day and hence were forced to leave. :) Amazing experience and i ll head back as soon as i get a chance!
by Barbara M on May 4, 2017
I loved being at Wild Brook Retreat. It is perfectly located in unspoilt countryside, dry river beds (that flood in the monsoon) with spontaneous pools, dragon flies, birds and more birds, tiny fish in the clearest water, woodlands and hills where the local people live and farm their terraces, growing spices, vegetables and wheat (that is ground at the little water mill at the 'corner cafe') and keeping a cow or two, some goats, sheep, chickens. I went for two wonderful early morning walks with Mandeep along the paths up the hills, meeting people, invited in to rest and for chai, meeting up with children in their neat uniforms on their way to their school at the very top of one of the hills, and meeting the two lovely teachers who walk up to the school from the valley floor every morning. Everyone was so kind and welcoming. Simple, dignified lives, hard working, close to nature. Wild Brook Retreat itself is lovely, basic, simple, everything one really needs. Yes, the drive there is a challenge, an adventure, as other reviewers say, but if you seek rural life then you need to accept its ways. I loved it... and the stunning scenery along the riverbed/road, the wooded and rocky hills opening into wide dry valleys, the clear water running through, the tiny temple on the hill which held more true spirituality than any of the huge glossified urban temples - it is a beautiful drive to Wild Brook Retreat. I was welcomed by Viru and Mandeep and shown to my simple spacious room with comfortable bed and shower bathroom, with high ceiling and lovely stone walls - made of local materials in simple style - heavenly to be back to nature and true life with none of the citified tat. And outside my door a wide verandah with comfortable chairs to sit and enjoy the quiet, the birds and butterflies, the trees, and the few passing tractors, a car or two and pedestrians along the river road in front. Viru and Mandeep provided everything I needed including rescue from a spider in the bathroom! Viru cooked really great food and had no problem catering for my vegan diet. Mandeep was a charming general assistant who quickly figured out my tea preferences and offered to bring second helpings of the food I obviously most enjoyed. Besides the two fabulous walks with Mandeep, they organised my tour through Rajaji National Park, where I saw elephants, spotted deer, wild peacocks, a monitor lizard and lots of birds, and then Mandeep took me to a local cafe for chai afterwards with local people. After four weeks in beautiful Kerala, the palaces of Rajasthan and vibrant Delhi - all of which I loved, Wild Brook Retreat was a unique few days of non-tourist rural India. I recommend it to those who genuinely want to experience life in rural India, to be with nature and local people. To Manoj, thank you for avoiding the glitz and unnecessary 'comfort' and keeping it real. To Viru and Mandeep, thank you for a few days that are among the best experiences of my life.
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