A beautiful view and a gushing waterfall await you as a part of this Jeep Safari.
Accessible only to Exsul guests, the waterfall is part of a temple complex attended to by a charismatic medicant, affectionately called Babaji. He moved to the hills decades ago and has tended to this temple dedicated to the goddess of the hills, Vindhyavasini. Past the temple, a tunnel through the
mountainside, built by a hydro-electric power generation company, allows you to walk a little further. At the end of this road, you can find a massive rock that hangs over the valley below.
If you sit quietly and you are lucky, you just might spot black bears sunning themselves in the distance.
This is a typical itinerary for this product
Pass By: Saurabh Van Vihar, Palampur 176061 India
Watch the Neugal Khad (River) flow by your side as you enjoy the Jeep Safari. This river is integrated into the Nature park of Saurabh Van Vihar, a park that is dedicated to the brave soldier Saurabh Kalia.
Stop At: Vindhyavasini Devi Waterfall, Himachal Pradesh 176058
You’ll arrive at the temple dedicated to the goddess of the hills, Vindhyavasini. There, breakfast (or afternoon coffee and snacks, as the case may be) awaits by a gushing waterfall. Accessible only to Exsul guests, the waterfall is part of the temple complex, which is attended to by a charismatic mendicant, affectionately called Babaji.
Duration: 2 hours
Pass By: Bundlamata Temple, Palampur 176001 India
This will be our last stop. Here you can spot the wayside shrines of village deities where locals stop to pay obeisance.