Maine is truly a natural paradise. This portion of Maine has yet to be overrun by tourists, so go now before it gets exploited like Bar Harbor! In Maine, kayak guides undergo a licensing exam before allowed to take people on trips. This shows how serious the state takes the industry, ensuring good and knowledgeable guides.
Best Time To Visit
Best time to visit Maine is from June to September
How To Reach
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The best Cafe in Kasol hands down. It served all my solo trip conditions of enjoying different varieties of Isralei Cuisine. The food was yummy and the culture very forthcoming and relaxing. Nestled just below the valleys, and a bit down towards the road away from main city, it gives a majestic view of the mighty Himalayas and makes you wonder about the beauty of nature that we cease to spot in the present fast paced life.
Experience the wilderness
Chalal is not the place you go "visit" something. Its a place you go to spend sometime with yourself. To wander amongst the wilderness. To realize that 24 hours are enough in a day. & you might supplement this all with some locally grown cannabis. So all 2 days walk randomly through any path. Find a nice cafe or a spot by the river. Eat at nice small cafes with great views and vibes. & you will be back with a bang !
Crow Island is a 2.6 acre wooded preserve. We unloaded our gear and had a lunch of sandwich wraps, chips, grapes, and chocolate chip cookies. If you have any dietary restrictions, be sure to let Maine Kayak know so that they may accommodate your needs. Crow Island is a peaceful retreat. Beautiful, pristine, wooded grounds cover the majority of the island. The lapping of the water onto the rocks and the sound of birds singing created a calming atmosphere.
The Pool (Nohradhar)
Another place we found to while away some of our time was this pool that we found after chasing a stream for an hour or so. It turned out to be an excellent place to swim as it was clear and just the right depth. The small waterfall functioned as a natural shower and the bracing coldness of the water was simply a delight after long walks through the hills.
This location is just 4 kilometers from Nainital and it is situated at an altitude of 2120 meters high above the sea level. This place offers splendid views of the neighbouring hills and the green valley with rural houses. The main attraction of Land’s end is the beautiful view of the stagnant water of the Khurpatal. As the name suggests, one feels on reaching the area that the end of the land has really come and people can reach this spot by drive to Barapathar and then walk about for 1 kilometer. On next day, we all woke up at 0700 hours, had our breakfast and then we started for the next visit. Today we planned to visit Ranikhet and Almora.