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Advice in Nanital and Kalmatia-Sangam

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Advice in Nanital and Kalmatia-Sangam

My partner and i are going to be in North India for 3 weeks - we have 7 days to get from Delhi to Rishikesh and thought this route would be nice - please help

Delhi to Kathgodam train station

Kalmatia-sangam resort for 2 days

we have for days to either go to Nanital, Mussorie, Ramgarh Bungalows.... and then head twd Rishikesh

(train from Kathgodam to Haridwar)

anyone done a route here?

what was it like?

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1. Re: Advice in Nanital and Kalmatia-Sangam


I once stayed in Kalmatia Sangam (about 7 kms from nearest town of Almora)during monsoon (september), it is a very nice resort managed by a German Couple.

Food is excellent but they dont have any TV in rooms. You can also go to Binsar for a day if interested.

RamGarh Bungalows is again peaceful as Kalmatia Sangam and i would suggest you go to Mussorie which has many tourists and attaractions as well and stay preferably at upscale resorts (search at www.makemytrip.com, www.cleartrip.com, ...)

From Mussorie take a Luxury Bus to Rishikesh or you can hire a cab.

Hope this helps.

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2. Re: Advice in Nanital and Kalmatia-Sangam

Train to Kathgodam and proceed to Kalmatia-sangam.You can stay for more than 2 nights and explore nearby areas.Tranel to Mussorie via Gwaldham,Tharali,Karanprayag either by bus or taxi as you desire.Roads are okay.

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