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So while catching the third bus on that tiring day of 14th May, when i was up since 4 am and every part of my body ‘ouched’ so bad, a very kind gentleman named Roshanlal figured how exhausted I was standing in a jam packed Himachal Roadways bus in Ghatasani. ‘Ma’am please sit down”! He spoke to me in a rather strange accent, the ones that the locals use with foreigners. I politely declined his kind gesture and insisted that he kept sitting but he wouldn’t listen and my tired legs eventually gave in to his kindness.
Kapil Bhardwaj
On the way from Mandi to Barot, we took some clicks just before Ghatasani. The route to Ghatasani was good as it was not a narrow road but after crossing Ghatasani, the roads are not that wide.. only 2 cars can pass each other that's too not in a high speed, if a bus or truck came in between, then the other vehicle has to take back or stop somewhere from where they can cross each other.Its almost 5 PM, when we crossed Ghatasani and still our 1-hour journey is left. We kept on going.. we want to enjoy the sunset but as we haven't reached the destination yet, we have to keep on moving.
Tushar Chhetri
We will have morning breakfast at Ghatashni Guest House and then drive to airport/railway station or bus stand.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Note:Depending on the duration of your stay we can always customize your trip to cover some unexplored destinations like:→ Mukteshwar Mahadev→ Sach Pass→ Ranjeet Sagar Dam→ Chamera Lake→ Old Bogula Mukhi Temple→ Ghared Waterfall→ Monastery→ Karsen Waterfall→ Manimahesh→ Pir Panjal Range and many other destinations→ Bharmour
Tushar Chhetri
Evening snacks will be by the river side, after that we will drive to Ghatashni Guest House and check in. This guest house is located right in the middle of Pine tree forest. You can relax and enjoy the beautiful sunset view while our in-house cook will prepare Chinese dinner for you.