Dhakuri: The campsite that has a lot of adventure in store

Gargi Mishra 02-07-2020 05:37 PM Adventure

Hidden in the forests of horse chestnuts and evergreen oaks, is Dhakuri - the gateway to the two most famous valleys of Kumaon; Sundardunga and Pindari. This site with its mesmerizing views refreshes the tired trekkers and fills them with a new wave of energy to explore more.

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