Kuflon Hideaway is situated 2 kms short
of Sangamchatti (road head to Dodital).
It is situated at a height of approximately
5000 ft. The camp is located off the main
road. The approach path is an easy climb
of approximately 200mts through a thick
mixed forest of Ringal (bamboo), Rhododendron,
There are 5 - double tents. The tents are
furnished with twin beds, two cane chairs
and a writing table. Since there is no electricity,
lanterns are provided for the late evenings.
Food & Hygiene:
There is a common dining area where all
meals / tea / snacks are served. It is our
priority to maintain high levels of hygiene.
The food is mainly cooked from grains and
vegetables grown at camp or in nearby villages.
The main menu has some Garhwali delicacies.
The water in the dining area is filtered.
The washroom and toilets are not attached
to the tents. For ecological reasons they
are set up above the high water mark. They
are a permanent construction furnished with
flush toilets. There are showers in the
bath and hot water is provided in buckets.
Fly fishing/ angling –
A two minute walk to the ‘Assi Ganga’, the
river is good for brown trout, in addition
to various local species of fish. Assigana
has its origin from the Dodital lake where
the trout was first introduced by the Garhwal
The height of this region (approximately
4000 feet) makes it a rich habitat for a
amazing variety of birds. The bird life
around the camp is active
and varied, from barbets to forktails to
khaleej peasants to red starts, you'll find
enough to sustain your interest.
On the meadows and in the forests, one can
find wildflowers of breathtaking colour
Yoga/ meditation –
Nestled in the lap of the Himalayas, amidst
high spiritual energy fields; this is the
chosen area for various ‘ashrams’.
The entire area is dotted meadows, hills,
forests, villages – untouched and unaffected
by the modern world. Kuflon is also on the
route of the ‘Dodital’ trek. One could even
follow the ‘gaddi’ trail of the nomads and
go trekking up to altitudes of 10,000 to
Natural rocks and boulders amidst streams,
small waterfalls and dense forest are ideal
for amateur ‘abseliers’,
Day 01 :
Arrive at camp for lunch, camp briefing,
check in tents. A familiarization walk (1
hrs.) after tea. Campfire, followed with
dinner. Overnight at Camp.
Day 02 :
Begin your day with an early morning bird
watching hike (2-3 hrs). Thewalk sticks
to a the road along the Assiganga stream.
The best place for sightings of dippers,
white capped redstarts or score a few lifers
catching an occasional hungry Himalayan
kingfisher. Return to camp for a home cooked
buffet breakfast. At noon packed lunch by
a totally secluded water pool. Tea at camp
is followed with a small excursion to the
village of Kuflon. Campfire, followed with
dinner. Overnight at camp.
Day 03 :
An early morning visit to the trout breeding
farm / Forest department managed herbarium.
Return to camp for breakfast and departure.