This was very unique experience living in an eco-friendly way. The mud houses were beautiful and the accommodation offered to us was quite decent. One of the best features of this place was the Chaupal Haat, dhaba and volleyball court where we spent such great times and conversations.
One of the most peaceful and relaxing weekends my family and I have ever had. The kids were finally off their phones and spending time among nature, and we did a lot of exciting activities like birdwatching and village walks, organised by the lovely guide, Rajesh.
Even in the jungle, whatever small set of amenities this place has is modern. The hay huts and mud huts gave a very rural touch to this place. Our cook was brilliant in making Dal rice and Aloo Gobhi. All in all, you can count on this place.
Corbett gives you some real forest vibes. This place is deep in the woods and is quite a stay for the peace seekers. Everything was decent here.
Not often do you get to stay in a dense, beautiful forest, and thanks to Thrillophilia we got this experience. Our caretaker, Hemanth was very helpful, and the condition of the rooms was really clean and tidy. Would definitely recommend this place to all nature lovers.
Went there with my couples of friends, we had a fantastic expereince for a lifetime, well-maintained, safe and clean place
Top of the world expereince, I and my relatives were very happy with this expereince in which we can't forget it... everything it went so well, I have no words to expressed but really guys it is a must expereince...
It was such a lovely experience staying in the forests of the Jim Corbett National Park. We decided to stay in the bamboo huts instead of the tent, and they were too good! We explored the park a bit, and did some other cool things like a farming workshop, some trekking, and the guide took us for bird watching too, which was lovely. All three meals were a part of the package only, and we also go some other refreshments like chai and snacks.
Kyari in Uttarakhand is a very offbeat destination and I really wanted to visit it, I didn’t know how to go about planning the trip, and I'm so thankful to the Thrillophilia team for organising such a trip. The tents were awesome and this was my first camping experience, so I loved them. There was a lake nearby to our campsite and we went for a dip there, which was cool and fresh. Overall a really great experience and anyone looking for an offbeat trip should try this.
The jungle stream at Kyari has crystal clear water we even did some water tricks in that. Not only the camp was up to the mark but the activities and facilities also did not disappoint us. Good job guys, hope you keep posting such nice places.