Kufri Holiday Resort
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Business Services
Photos of Kufri Holiday Resort
TripAdvisor Reviews Kufri Holiday Resort
Travel Blogs from Kufri
... 56325;ᘁ 8; This is Delhi . Eventually after walking a kilometre or so through warrens. and alleyways that might lead into another time, we come to the spice market and the stench of street garbage is replaced by the sweetness of Indian spices , cardamon, cinnamon, tumeric, teas, and mounds of raisins, figs dates and nuts. Urchins tug at my clothes and at my heart strings , and the next ...
... preferred to avoid staying and cut short our trip. If its the first visit to Manali, one should definitely stay there and explore it. Manali is famous for the famous Hidimba temple, Vashishtha temple and the Tibetan monastery and the market.
Queries and reviews are most welcome and hopefully I put the best experience here. Since thsi is my first travel blog, I apologize for any mistakes.
Our journey to Ladakh was an unforgettable one. It was made even ...
... hill town (at 2400 m) and the Indian equivalent to Banff, with lots of Indian tourists. Traffic was a mess and we left the truck below the town and taxied to our hotel, getting in at 7 p.m. Out for a rather uninspiring dinner at one of the fancier tourist restaurants here and to bed early after some tiring days. Still coughing and with a plugged head, so my ears were cracking all day long going up and down ...
... at bay.
Our bus came and our police friends waved us bye bye, and now began our journey, at gone one in the morning to the town of Dharampur. Once there we took a night taxi the last 15 klms to Kasauli with a nice young driver, only 20 years old, called Abishekh Gupta, who recieved frequent phone calls from his mother to check on his well being.
Kausali was so quiet in the night, so calm, even the dogs did not bark. ...
... worshipped. Mr ……. informed us that the temple’s Chaitra festival would commence in a few days when the idols would be taken in procession around the village. Legend has it that a princess of the Suket dynasty was falsely imprisoned in this fort and committed suicide. Her spirit continues to inhabit ...