Jeolikot

Jeolikot, Nainital: Tickets, Tours, Address, Jeolikot Reviews: 4/5

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Peregrineri
New Delhi, India939 contributions
Peaceful
Oct 2019
This is a delightfully peaceful area. I stayed at a private homestay that was 6km from the main road. The village itself is nothing special, but there are some nice places to stay.
Written October 28, 2019
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281Icj
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India20 contributions
Family vacation
Jun 2018 • Family
We stayed at The Cottage at Jeolkot with family from 19th to 21st june owned and maintained by Mm Bhuvan Kumari. Oh God what a wonderful cottage of Victorian era. The food is fantastic and presented with a style.The local lady cook has some sort of magic in her hands. The staff is well attending and really decent. Mm Bhuvan Kumari is very knowledgeable and comverse on all matters right from politics to society
We will certainly stay there once we go there again
I c jandial
Written July 2, 2018
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KR V
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India101 contributions
Jeolikot, a village on the way to Nainital from Kathgodam
Oct 2017
When you travel from Kathgodam (which is the terminal beyond which there is no railways) by road to Nainital, within 45 minutes you pass through a small village Jeolikot, which is yet to be commercially developed. I have read literature saying that saints such as Vivekananda meditated here, although it was difficult for the locals to provide information on the exact places where they meditated. We were also told about certain well known places to stay...we will explore them shortly
Written October 20, 2017
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ShashankA165
Pune, India576 contributions
Awesome location!
May 2017 • Couples
Just 10 km before Nainital along the same highway. I stayed in Camp Sparrow located in the Jeolikot itself. Had a great trek to Warwick's(Haunted HOuse Trek), an excellent location.
Written June 11, 2017
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pcrants
National Capital Territory of Delhi, India1,934 contributions
Awesome experience
Aug 2015 • Friends
An unexpected fantastic experience in this jeolikote district .
We specifically went to a farm house atop a mountain ..called Himalayan farm project . (Do search on Google for information ) . This is one stop before called do gaanv.. it's a must to experience rustic life n add value to a place by building yourself n adding a dimension to this project .. eat with logging fire through wood .. equipped kitchen all built by travellers n contributed by them too.
Great treks n jungle experience in raw ..

Dhabas below are good .. do try maggi, bun omelet n onion pakodas with chai..

Written May 31, 2016
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Upasana Sundriyal
New Delhi, India234 contributions
Jeolikot - A Calm, Serene Hill Destination
Jun 2014 • Family
Headed to a small village called Jeolikot with 3 more families, just for the sake of a break from our hectic lifestyles. And to our surprise, this holiday has become one of our best holidays ever. All the credit goes to the calmness of this place....locals are very friendly...basic amenities are easily available... This place has a tranquilizing charm, with lush green surroundings with nothing much to do around. We just sat with our families, either chatting or playing with kids the whole day.

Somehow managed to find 2 attractions in this hamlet, "The Cottage", a heritage hotel.... and "a cementry" which has the final resting place of Mr. Warwick Sahib.... Got the privilege of meeting Ms. Bhuvan Kumari, owner of The Cottage, who has carefully preserved the heritage of Gharwal in the form of intricately carved wood-works and other interesting arte-facts. Few websites claim the House of Warwick Sahib & a heritage building of a decedent of Napoleon Bonapart for worth visiting...but both of these are private properties... so not to expect much from this destination...

BUT, for sure one will get quality time to spend with the family & adventure loving people can take a stroll to discover some interesting places in this small village.
Written June 19, 2014
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