Fed up with the rush of the cities ? Feel Suffocated ?
Head to the Tall Trees resort resting in the laps of the Pir Pranjal Range.
A resort born with Nature's DNA; nurtured in the care of Deodar Trees.
About the Property
Tall Trees Resort is one of the rare few to have the concept of "Luxury in the Woods".
The resort’s sole purpose is to show people that you can live in harmony with the woods without leaving out luxury.
All masterpieces require precise working putting time and money into it. Just like Rome, the resort wasn’t built in a day; the idea which was conceptualised in 2003 came into being after seven years of unhindered spirit, conscientious planning and sustainable development.
The pearl of the resort is its garden. A stroll in it would see you come across beauteous multi-coloured butterflies, narrating a story sucking nectar off the divine flowers. You would be so engaged in this activity that you would lose yourselves.
You wouldn’t show any signs of laziness to get up early in the morning, would you?
If I tell you, you would be greeted by the exotic chirping birds; couple that with the music of the gushing water next to the "cabin in the woods" and you are in for a treat sitting just outside your room sipping coffee.
Tents are lined up by the beas river which could be reached with a 10-minute panoramic walk through the jungle.
The walk makes you wonder, why I don't visit the woods more?
Mornings near the camp mean sitting by the Beas River enjoying a cuppa of the locally brewed coffee.
Nights mean watching a sky full of stars, having a barbecue in the heat of the fire.
The resort's in house restaurant boasts an array of exemplary chefs; one of those has had experience cooking for Australian foodies.
Your mornings are welcomed by smiling faces from the kitchen staff.
Variety is something you can bank on, the three cuisines English, Indian, Continental don't leave you short on choices.
The scrumptious sausages, toasted breads, delectable paranthas coupled with a variety of juices or a cup of a hot beverage(tea/coffee).
The lunch and dinner spoil you in savoury as well as sweet.
Special orders are also taken through for the most talked about fish in town - The 'Pahadi' Trout.
Tall Trees resort sits on the highway to Manali, just 11 kilometres before Manali. The resort is built across a bridge.
By Air: The nearest airport to the resort is bhuntar airport, 40 kilometres away. Easily accessible by taxis it takes about one and a half hours to reach Tall Trees.
By Road: Busses run from Chandigarh and Delhi regularly to Manali. A stoppage at 15 miles, will see you reach the resort in five minutes by foot.
By Rail: The nearest railway station is Joginder Nagar, nearly 150 kilometres away. Taxis take about 4 hours to get to your destination. There are no direct busses to Manali, so taxis would be your best bet.