Making of Himachal Heritage Village:
In Himachal, approximately after every 100 Kms one will find a complete change in weather, geographically, language, festivals, marriage custom’s, traditional costumes, jewellery & finally home architecture & building materials.
The main vision behind Himachal Heritage Village is to take our guests back into the time & provide them a glimpse of Himachal’s way of living.We have named & dedicated our cottages to the areas whose architectural style they showcase.
On 11th January 2011 journey started to bring this vision into reality.It took more than 4 year’s to complete the existing setup.As we want our guests to enjoy true flavor of different types of Himachal’s architecture,we made no compromise with traditional architecture & material used.We also gave priority not to spoil existing trees,fauna & rocks in order to maintain the natural beauty of the area.
Planning a vacation to the land of Himalayas ? Here is a chance to experience the best Himachal Heritage Village has to offer. This ia a very charming off beat place close to Bir-Billing, the famous paragliding site. The stay offers 4 styles of accomodations-Khaniyara cottage, Kangra cottage, Una Cottage, Barot cottage. All of it encapsulating the various natures of homes of beautiful Kangra valley and in and around places.
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Palampur is a lovely green hill station and a municipal council in the Kangra Valley in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It is surrounded by tea gardens, pine forests and is set in the foothills of the majestic mountains of Dhauladhar range. And also, Palampur is known as the tea capital of north India.When we talk about Palampur the main tourist attraction of this city is the “TEA GARDENS” which was introduced by Dr. Jameson in 19th century. Palampur is also known as “Tea Capital of Northwest India” and the tea of this region is very famous and also available in market with the names like Bageshwari, Darbari Bahar. The name of Palampur comes from the local word palum, and it means lots of water. Because, there are numerous streams flowing from the mountains to the plains from Palampur. The combination of greenery and water gives Palampur a distinctive look. And also, a large area of Palampur is covered with tea estates. In addition, Palampur is at the convergence of the plains and the hills, which adds great level of contrast: plains on one side and the majestic snow-covered hills on the other side. And, in the backdrop of this beautiful town stands the Dhauladhar mountain range, which remains snow-covered for most parts of the year.
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