Instead of giving a day by day itenary I would just list down few activities that we indulged in here for you to have a general idea about the options this place has to offer.
1. Taking random strolls in the village, along the river or up the mountain, sitting on the shore of that roaring, chilling, scary mountain river.
2. Bribing with food, the furry and huge dog friends that we made during the strolls to come with us back to the cottage and play.
3. Enjoying the soothing sun in pleasant breeze outside in the balcony, while finishing the book that I was reading.
4. Lots of photography sessions.
5. Taking a rather risky (cause of the possible attacks by wild animals in the area) but most memorable late evening walk to the adjacent villages. While coming back, it was dark and we were witness to a Broadway-like performance of fireflies in the woods and the most magnificent night view of the river at a point where it first shows it's width after roaring miles in the hills. Under a full moon, while on a bridge crossing the river. Fantasy!
5. Hogging a wholesome breakfast at the Raju' Cottage (besides the home-stays and a small hotel, the only but awesome full service resort that offers rooms and cottages by the river). We didn't stay here because it was a little more expensive option and also the fully booked one.
6. Jugaadu-travel cooks can adventure making some simple meals to go with the wine (which you have to carry, cause we didn't see any alcohol shops in the area).
7. Our trip was a short one (barely 3 days) but we do know that for our next trip to Gushaini there is a monastery, a national park and some light adventure sports activities yet to be explored.