BIRD-WATCHING, TREKKING AND OTHER EXCITING THINGS TO DO AT ANANT RASA, SHITLAKHET, ALMORA.

BIRD-WATCHING, TREKKING AND OTHER EXCITING THINGS TO DO AT ANANT RASA, SHITLAKHET, ALMORA.

Anant Rasa in Shitlakhet is not only an offbeat destination for a regular vacation with family and friends but it is also a great place for birdwatchers to stay. Thanks to its location near Almora in Uttarakhand, it is a great weekend destination for people from New Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida or even Lucknow.

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We saw such views during our bird-watching trek to Syahi Devi Temple. Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

Yes, me and my friend Sudeep drove all the way from Lucknow and after making a 2 day bird-watching stop in Bhimtal, we moved next to Anant Rasa, which is just 2 hours away from Bhimtal. So, after Bhimtal, I moved to Shitlakhet tucked far and away from the urban civilization, enveloped by thick oak, pine and rhododendron forests. No wonder the British called it home during pre independence era.

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We saw such views during our bird-watching trek to Syahi Devi Temple. Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

Anant Rasa – An Amritara Private Hideaway is one of the finest properties I have stayed in. It’s simple, yet luxurious, it exudes both class and warmth and its location is unparalleled.

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Me enjoying a sumptuos Indian Breakfast at Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India. Pic by Sudeep Garg

LOCATION OF ANANT RASA, SHITLAKHTET, UTTARAKHAND  IS A REFRESHING CHANGE!

Many properties off late have started calling themselves remote in a bid to attract the young, discerning traveler who wants a quick escape from their daily grind! However, not all are able to deliver the promise. The ‘remote location’ is often marred by a DJ floor, a bustling market or streets filled with, ugh, cafes.

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Sun set as seen from a secret spot near Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

Anant Rasa is remote in truest sense. It’s in the middle of nowhere. As we headed to Shitlakhet from Bhimtal via Bhowali, we came across a board. The left sign indicated Ranikhet while the straight sign indicated Almora. We took the Almora route.

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Me checking out my bird-watching shots at Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India. Pic by: Sudeep Garg

The road was scenic. We snaked our way through the narrow roads on the mighty brown mountains. There were hardly any vehicles here. As we gained more height, the scenes became even more dramatic. Stopping for soaking in the views was out of option since the roads were narrow and there was a sheer drop of ‘God alone knows how many meters.’

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Flowers as seen by the lens of Sudeep Garg. At Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India. Pic by: Sudeep Garg

We still caught glances of sceneries from the ‘Soul Windows’ of the car. The breathtaking views of terrace farms, small villages and lush green forest in a distance were a visual delight. I saw a new face of Uttarakhand on this trip.

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Sudeep Garg at this secret spot near Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

We hardly saw any humans or (even animals) on this road except for 1 or 2 very small settlements which can’t even be called a proper village. I was surprised to see a Ladakh like remoteness just few hours away from bustling cities, towns and villages.

Kalij pheasant female — at Aamod at Bhimtal.

Kalij Pheasant Female.

Anant Rasa, an Amritara private hideaway is the property where you would come to switch off. Located in Shitlakhet, it’s very close to popular destinations like Ranikhet, Nainital, Bhimtal, Almora and Mukteshwar. However it’s much different from these destinations.

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Black Francolin we spotted near Syahi Devi Temple. Easy bird-watching trek from Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India. 

WHY ANANT RASA, SHITLAKHET IS GREAT FOR BIRDWATCHING:

I spent quality time doing bird-watching here assisted by the in house naturalist Mr. Lokesh. Almora and particularly Shitlakhet are rich in wildlife, especially avian life. Mr. Lokesh has himself spotted more than 200 species of birds in and around the property ever since he moved here. He showed us a list of birds he had spotted here and documented. It included some rare birds too.

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Grey Bushchat female. Bird-watching trek from Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India. 

As is common in many places in Uttarakhand, they had a ‘Hide’ within the property. The hide is a cloth setup with tiny holes in it so that the photographer can click the birds without disturbing them. The birds can not see humans due to the opaque cloth. Food like rice, peanuts, papaya, grains and water bowl etc are kept a bit far away from the hide to attract birds.

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Himalayan Griffon aka Himalayan Vulture. We spotted this during bird-watching trek from Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India. 

We sat for sometimes in the hide (even had our snacks there) but moved to forest after some time. We ventured out 4 times in search of elusive birds around the property. Twice in morning and twice in the evening!

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Me bird watching near Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India. Pic by: Sudeep Garg

Mr. Lokesh took us through dense oak, pine and rhododendron forests telling us which area belongs to which birds. He even knows which birds can be found at what time.

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Himalayan Cuckoo. Bird-watching near Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India. Pardon for the poor picture quality. The light had dimmed by now.

We spotted many birds as we trekked through the forest. On one of the days, we also walked towards the village area where we not only picked yellow mulberries from the shrub but also got good birds shot.

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Wildlife photographer Sudeep Garg near Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

The winter is the best time to spot upper Himalayan birds here. We met a local who told us it is very common to spot many varieties of pheasants such as kokal, kalij pheasant, black francolin right at his home garden every other day.  We did spot the kalij and black francolin.

Rufous throated partridge. — at Aamod at Bhimtal.

Rufous throated partridge. Bird watching near Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet is rewarding.  Uttarakhand. Incredible India. 

THE BUDGET BIRDERS’ VILLA AT

ANANT RAS, SHITLAKHET:

They even have a dedicated birders villa, which is right in the middle of the forest. It is a subsidized shared accommodation where birders love to stay for many days, till they are content with bird watching or photography.

 

Pics above: Birders’ villa. At Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India. 

For a reduced all inclusive tariff, they also get access to the fancy restaurant within the main property as well. The birders villa also has a shared pantry and room service can also be ordered. Food is inclusive in the tariff. Please check with them for the updated tariff. Details are shared below.

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Yes, I could see snow clad mountains right from my room at Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India. Pic by: Sudeep Garg

ROOMS OF ANANT RASA, SHITLAKHET:

The sprawling property offers  sweeping views of snow capped Panchachuli range. Right from the comfort of your room! Though I visited not exactly at the right time for watching snow capped mountains, I could still see a glimpse of the mountain ranges from my room and the balcony. Some of the rooms are elevated on higher platforms to facilitate the same.  Winter is the best time if you want to see the snow capped mountains, be it Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh or Nepal or even Bhutan.

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That’s me in the balcony of my room. Are you drooling over the mulberry based dessert? Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India. Pic by: Sudeep Garg

The rooms of Anant Rasa were simple yet luxurious. Each room had a lovely balcony. Pots inundated with colorful flowers either hung from the ceiling or lined the floor parallel to the railing. Sudeep was excited to use his macro lens to click some amazing flower shots while I snoozed in bed. In fact, the entire property was heavy on flowers.

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Me in the balcony of my room. Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.Pic by: Sudeep Garg

The balcony was my favourite part. I spent most of my time here either reading, dining or just lazing. The rooms are large, has comfortable beds and a sofa set. The TV was placed above wooden tables. The wardrobe was huge and helped us organize our luggage. The lamps with yellow lights helped allowed mood lighting.

 

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The little pup near Syahi Devi temple was not too happy to see us. Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

The bathroom was pleasant. The shower area and W.C. area was separated by curtain. There was no bath tub. The temperature of hot shower was perfect.

TREK TO THE SYAHI DEVI TEMPLE, SHITLAKHET:

I even trekked through dense forests. It reminded me of the Roopkund trek I did in Uttarakhand. We woke up at 5 a.m. and headed to the medium level climb to Syahi Devi Temple. It is a much revered temple.

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The traditional houses of Uttarakhand (foreground) and the Syahi Devi Temple. Near Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

The main motive of our trek, however was not faith but feathers. Also, the lure of a better view of snow clad Panchachuli range also pulled us upward. Sudeep has asthama, so we took more frequent breaks in between huffs and puffs.

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The traditional homes. The lower floor houses cattle while upper floor houses humans. Near Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

The scene we witnessed after arriving on top was nothing less than a surreal. It is indeed the best vantage point to soak in unhindered views of the mountain ranges and other mountain town and cities. The staff carried water and fruits for us which we had along with a unique ginger water. It was milk boiled with ginger, spices and sugar. As good as tea, minus the tea leaves.

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The charming village around the Syahi Devi Temple. Notice the cattle and traditional houses. Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

We had our ‘pre breakfast meal’ in the balcony of a small shop near the Syahi Devi Temple. Exotic colorful birds flitted through the woods, but this time we just shut our cameras and appreciate their beauty not through lens but naked eyes.

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The 100 years old naula or water tanks. Near Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

It was an interesting place. Sudeep was delighted to spot a school in such a beautiful location. There are many houses that line the cobbled path to the Syahi Devi Temple. The small charming houses are two storied. The top floor is occupied by the family while the bottom floor was reserved for domesticated cows and water buffaloes. It is quite similar to the homes I saw in Nepal and Bhutan too.

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The 150 years old naula or water tank. It was in the middle of a forest. Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

HERITAGE TRAIL, BRITISH AND OTHERWISE: NEAR ANANT RASA, SHITLAKHET:

During our evening walk, as we wandered in the forest, we arrived at a clearing. An old British ruin stood incongruously in the middle of nowhere. When I enquired Mr. Lokesh, he told me this area was a favourite with the British. The ruin we saw was a hunter’s villa. Hunted animals used to be brought here and their carcasses preserved and hung on the walls as trophies. Silly, evil and pointless exercise! But it was a norm then.

Mr. Lokesh also showed us a 150 year old house built in the local architectural style. We also came across 150 years old water tanks in the middle of the forest.

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Our bird-watching guide Mr. Lokesh at Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

THE FOOD AT ANANT RASA IS ORGANIC, FRESH AND EXCEPTIONAL:

Sudeep was raving about the food even after many days of our stay at Anant Rasa in Shitlakhet. It is a big deal because Sudeep is not a foodie; he eats frugally and he hardly praises food at most hotels we have stayed in. BUT, I was happy to see him eat more than his normal diet here. The food here is undoubtedly one of the best I have had. Their ingredients are fresh, organic and locally sourced. They bake their own bread and grow their own vegetables. The cheese chilly toast they had served was ‘the best one’ I have ever had.

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Traditional organic food of Uttarakhand- Aalu ke gutke, Kumauni Rayta, Maduwe ki roti, bhat ki dal. At Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

I can see why he is so impressed. The food at Anant Rasa is indeed one of the best I have sampled. I have stayed in many luxury and budget properties before. Very few of them excel in the food department. So, it is sheer delight when a property makes sincere efforts to make sure that the guests are served fresh, organic, delicious and well presented food every single time. They grow their own vegetables which explains why the food tasted so fresh and organic. We both are vegetarian, so we sampled only vegan and vegetarian food. This is my first property review where the food section is so long.

Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand breakfast food

The Indian breakfast at the property was beyond amazing! Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

Breakfast at Anant Rasa:

Of all the breakfasts we had enjoyed here, we unanimously loved the idli, poha, cut fresh fruits and pomegranate juice. It is my most preferred breakfast as it is filling, light and healthy. I never opt for deep fried food for breakfast as a habit. The idli came in 2 versions- rice and rawa. Both were well done, though I liked the rawa one better. It came with sambhar and two thick chutneys.

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Apple pie and mousse. At Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

On the second day we had stuffed parathas, upma and cut fresh fruits. I preferred upma. It was delicious and came with 2 thick chutneys.

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Indian Kheer. Delicious. Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

Lunch and dinner at Anant Rasa:

The lunch and dinner was so good that we always anticipated what’s next! We particularly loved the local food of Uttarakhand which comprised of maduwe ki roti (ragi bread), bhat ki daal (lentil), Kumauni Raita (Yogurt with pungent mustard and spices, yummy).

Of the continental dishes we sampled, cottage cheese steak with pan tossed exotic vegetables stood out.

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The dining hall of Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

Desserts at Anant Rasa.

Desserts at Anant Rasa need special mention. Not only were they a visual delight but also an explosion of flavours, sometimes subtle, at times bold. I loved the yellow mulberry based dessert with jelly and other fruits in it.

The apple pie and mousse were equally good and garnished with caramel threads and rose petals. The Indian kheer (rice based sweet) was subtle and contained crunchy dry fruits in it.

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Al fresco dining also available at the restaurant. Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India. Pic by: Sudeep Garg

The flawless room service and presentation of food:

It deserves special mention. Thanks to our busy birding schedule, we ordered room service 3 times and we can vouch for the fact that the service was prompt, smooth and impeccable. High standards of service matched (and at times surpassed) with service of luxury 5 star hotels in big metro cities. The dishes were neatly brought on a large salver. The food was always covered with aluminum foil or metal lids. The dishes were quickly cleared once a phone call was made. And with a genuine smile!

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Flowers galore at Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

The presentation of the food won our hearts! Be it the rose petals which came with all the desserts or the fresh fruits and caramel threads which were served as garnish, the desserts here are ‘Instagram ready’!

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The grand Club house of Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India. Pic by: Sudeep Garg

ECO FRIENDLY PRACTICES AT

ANANT RASA, SHITLAKHET:

I prefer properties which practice eco friendly methods without compromising on luxury. First things first, I was impressed that the rooms in Anant Rasa has glass bottles which can be refilled upon a phone call. Refilling is so much better than opening a plastic bottle many times in a day. In most hotels, I have to request the staff to take away plastic bottles and stock filtered water in my room. Here, I was delighted to see it in my room already.

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Club house of Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India. Pic by: Sudeep Garg

They also have  solar panels in the property. And we all know how solar panels help save the planet!

The view from my #SoulWindow is refreshing!

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Flower power. Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India. Pic by: Sudeep Garg

HOW TO REACH ANANT RASA, SHITLAKHET, ALMORA:

Address of Anant Rasa is:

Anant Rasa – An Amritara Private Hideaway, Syahi Devi Estate, Village Syahi Devi, Post Shitlakhet, Almora – 263678, Uttarakhand, India.

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Rhododendron aka buransh flower. Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

CONTACT OF ANANT RASA, SHITLAKHET:

You can contact them on below numbers and email. Pls check their website for more details.

Telephone: +91 86500 00635, +91 86500 00638

Email: reservations@amritara.co.in

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Club House. Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

THE BIRDS WE SPOTTED IN AND AROUND ANANT RASA, SHITLAKHET

(Post trip identification by Sudeep Garg)

1) Black Francolin
2) Kalij Pheasant
3) Himalayan Woodpecker
4) Great Barbet
5) Himalayan Cuckoo
6) Slaty-headed Parakeet
7) Plum-headed Parakeet

 
8) Rock Pigeon
9) Oriental Turtle-Dove
10) Himalayan Griffon
11) Black-headed Jay
12) Red-billed Blue-Magpie
13) Large-billed Crow
14) Scarlet Minivet
15) Ashy Drongo

 

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Great Barbet. Bird watching trek near Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

8) Rock Pigeon
9) Oriental Turtle-Dove
10) Himalayan Griffon
11) Black-headed Jay
12) Red-billed Blue-Magpie
13) Large-billed Crow
14) Scarlet Minivet
15) Ashy Drongo

 

White throated laughingthrush — at Aamod at Bhimtal.

White throated laughing thrush. Bird-watching near Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

16) White-throated Fantail
17) Blue-capped Rock-Thrush
18) Blue Whistling-Thrush
19) Grey-winged Blackbird
20) Dark Sided Flycatcher
21) Ultramarine Flycatcher

 

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Dark sided flycatcher. We spotted it in a jungle walk near Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

22) Verditer Flycatcher
23) Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher
24) Grey Bushchat
25) Chestnut-bellied Nuthatch
26) Barn Swallow
27) Himalayan Bulbul
28) Black Bulbul
29) Striated Prinia
30) Oriental White-eye
31) Russet Sparrow
32) Cinereous Tit
33) Rusty-cheeked Scimitar-Babbler
34) Streaked Laughingthrush
35) Black-throated Tit
36) Peregrine Falcon
37) Greenish Warbler
38) Grey-hooded warbler

 

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My room. Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

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We came across villages like this during bird-watching. Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

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Suites in the property had additional sit out areas. Anant Rasa, Shitlakhet, Uttarakhand. Incredible India.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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21 thoughts on “BIRD-WATCHING, TREKKING AND OTHER EXCITING THINGS TO DO AT ANANT RASA, SHITLAKHET, ALMORA.

  1. I haven’t been bird watching since I was a child! My grandparents were avid bird watchers for many years and when we visited them we would sit and bird watch in their backyard! You captured such beautiful photos!

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  2. This looks amazing experience.The property is at such serene location, perfect place to unwind with nature and paradise for bird watchers too
    I m seeing first time so many species of birds in post, looks lovely

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    • Thank you Mayuri. Yes. It’s a paradise for birdwatchers. I have more images of birds. I will share them in other blog. Already shared many images here. Thanks for reading.

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  3. Wow! What an incredible experience! Watching these beautiful little wonders of nature must be exhilarating. Bird watching is something I always wanted to do, however, I haven’t got a chance to experience it yet. I didn’t know there is a bird paradise in Almora. The resort looks amazing. I’m glad they have a lot of healthy food options. Hopefully I’ll plan my trip soon. Bookmarking the page for future reference. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Amazing, cant believe you have made Almohra look so beautiful that I wanna really plan to go there and bird watching is something I haven’t ever done so gives me all the more reason to do so. Even the resort looks great and such a detailed post it is that you have sorted it all out.

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  5. This looks like such a paradise for birdwatching – and the ohhh the photos you could take. And the diversity of the birds that you will get to see is amazing. Ohhh wow the food at Anant Rasa looks amazingly delicious! I love that they have paid a lot of attention to the taste and to produce an organic meal.

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  6. Wow you have captured some great photos. I always think bird watching would not appeal to me and then I think of trips to Brazil and Australia where I got really excited by the parrots. The only thing that was less appealing was how damn noisy they were in the mornings. You did well to capture them

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  7. Anant Rasa in Shitlakhet looks like a place to be if you want an comfortable stay when on a birdwatching tour in India! The rooms looks cosy and the breakfags delicous! But best of all, the many species to be found within the facility! Thanks for the tips! Anant Rasa will be added to my list!

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  8. Wow so many beautiful exotic birds! I first fell in love with bird watching in Costa Rica. I didn’t know India is another great place for that. Love your gorgeous photos, especially the one of Great Barbet!

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  9. I loved the reviews and pictures of staying in Anant Rasa as it is very comfy and with stunning views from balcony. Those vegetarian breakfast too looks delicious with many varieties and too all made from home grown (organic) stuff. You spotted quite a lot exotic birds during your birds trail in Shitlakhet. I am adding Shitlakhet near Almora in my list.

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  10. I am not much into bird watching to be honest but I would love to spend some quiet time in the middle of nature. Amritara Private Hideaway looks pretty awesome, especially the balcony. I love your close-up pictures of the birds. Also, the Syahi Devi temple looks really cool!

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  11. It looks really, really nice!
    I’ve heard of the region, and it’s such a shame that these parts of India are so lovely and so picturesque, but as a European tourist, who is also a corporate professional, I really don’t have the time to venture “off the beaten path”!

    The first time I came to India (13 years ago), I had more time, was in India for a month, but had never been introduced or had heard of these areas! Now, I know so much more, and I’ll be in India again this year, but I simply don’t have the time any more. Aaaaaah!

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    • Thank you for the lovely comment. Yes India beyond the touristy trail is even more beautiful, cleaner and you will find not a single tout here. Next time when you come to India, do let me know I will suggest you some offbeat places.

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      • I am actually visiting India at the end of this year, but sadly, I’ve only got 2 weeks!

        I’m introducing India to my German husband and my half British – half German son. Neither who have ever been to India before, so I’m showing them the beautiful history of India via Rajasthan & Mumbai!

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      • That’s a wonderful thought. Mumbai is my most favorite city in the world. I am very attached to it. Rajasthan is also one of my most favorite states. 2 weeks are too less for India but something is still better than nothing. Winter is a good time for both Mumbai and Rajasthan. Welcome to Incredible India.

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