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AROUND vann vatika

There are many things you can indulge in and places you can put in your check list when you are here . VANN VATIKA  is located at such a strategic place , it allows you to visit lots of places of tourist interest with ease.

Ramgarh offers senic cycling routes surrounded by dense forest, beautiful orchids along with river , its a must visit for all cycling enthusiast.

Ramgarh offers scenic cycling routes surrounded by dense forest, beautiful orchids along with river, it’s a must visit for all cycling enthusiast.


With many forests and countless trekking trails, the area is also known to have a huge number of species of birds, making it a paradise for bird watchers.

One can spot wood peckers, mynahs, pipits, red and jungle-fowls, Indian peafowl, and blue whistling thrushes and more..

Kainchi Dham Neem Karoli Baba Ashram

A famous Hanuman temple located in the womb of Kumaon mountains is the Kainchi Dham. The place offers a perfect combination of beauty and spirituality. Surrounded by mountains and forests with a river flowing alongside, Kainchi Dham is a heaven for people who seek peace and calm.

The temple was established by a local and very profound saint, Neem Karoli Baba in 1960s. It is also an ashram of Neem Karoli Baba who is believed to be an incarnation of Lord Hanuman. Devotees claim to feel the divine presence of Lord Hanuman and Neem Karoli Baba at the ashram.

The ashram gets its name corresponding to its location which makes a scissor-like shape as the two hills, between which the ashram is located, cut and cross each other. Neem Karoli Baba took samadhi in the year 1973, and since then is considered as the incarnation of Lord Hanuman.

Nathuakhan, Ramgarh

A small captivating hamlet located in proximity to Ramgarh, Nathuakhan is basically known for its picturesque beauty. With hilly terrains, verdant valley and thick cover of lush green forest, this village is a place to relax and enjoy solitude away from the buzzing of the cities


Mukteshwar is a small hill town located around 50 km from Nainital in Uttarakhand. Known for adventure sports and a dazzling view of Himalayan ranges, Mukteshwar is named after the 350-year-old Shiva Temple housed here called Mukteshwar Dham. 

The quaint town got its name from the belief that Lord Shiva killed a demon here and gave him Mukti or salvation. With lush green trails and narrow lanes, Mukteshwar is a popular destination for trekking, apart from rock climbing and rappeling. Major attractions here are the picturesque orchards, coniferous forests, rolling meadows, and little cottages and homes built in quaint colonial style. The charm of Mukteshwar lies in spending tranquil time - enjoying nature and listening to the chirping of the birds.

Jungle walks

Given the lush greenery, sceneries and the terrain, Ramgarh is a place known for its nature or jungle walks.

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