Day 3 was a bit slow , we all woke up at 9-10am , had breakfast Maggi and egg toast is the best thing one can get 👌😁
Our next stop was MALANA VILLAGE, Which is said to have the best charas.
We took a bus from barshaini to jari (Jerry with an 'a' )
From jari we booked a cab for 1000rs to malana village , if you want to save some money there is a bus that goes at around 4-5 pm towards the village.
The way to malana village is very narrow and breathe taking.
The starting of the trek starts walking downhill via stairs that leads you to a bridge, as you cross the bridge the trek is of around an hour uphill, it is a bit challenging as it is an uphill trek and consists of steps that leads you to the malana village.
As soon as you enter the village , every other uncle or aunty will offer you to buy charas from them, as the village is known for it.
"The village before it was found was much cleaner as it is now, if you are reading this please carry a water bottle each, you will find cafes and waterfalls to refill your water bottles please don't litter garbage and plastic."
We stayed at CHAND VIEW CAFE , The owner of that place is a couple from bhuntar who have settled in malana, cost of one cosy room without attached washroom is 500-600 rs(the washrooms are clean do not hesitate on saving so money), with attached washroom/bathroom is 1500-2000.
Do not hesitate ordering food, everything is delicious.
Around at 4-5pm we went for a lil stroll at almost the top of the village (can be spotted from Chand view hotel) which is we call the " yeh jawani hai dewani point" , the whole valley is visible from that top.
Approximate cost of staying in malana for two people 1500-2000 rs.