When you take a break from life, you discover life itself. It's
all 'Back to Basics' in this eco-friendly paradise! A careful
look around also reveals a world waiting to be felt, touched and
explored. In fact, if one wants to, a day in Bigul can turn out
to be quite hectic. The following activities are suggestive and
expected on your own initiative and for those looking for a more
Walk through the core area of
the Bigul Sanctuary with guides on trails through dense
forest filed with over two hundred species of resident and
migratory birds and wild life such as Barking Deer, Ghoral,
Wild Boar, Pine Marten Fox, Porcupine, Langoor Monkey and
sometimes Leopard too.
Visit to the hilltop of Bigul through
beautiful pine forest in just 50 minutes trek for blessed
ancient temple of Dholinag from where peaks of Nepal can
also be seen.
Trek from Bigul
to the famous temple, cave and waterfall of Bhadarkali (6
kms. trek/ 24 Kms. drive) and Kanda where recently a cave
found with picnic lunch and return to the Bigul by a
four-wheel drive vehicle.
Trek to Famous
Kotgadi goddess (20 Kms.), picnic lunch and return to Bigul
by a four-wheel drive.
Visit Chaukori (15 Kms), Berinag
(27 Kms.), Patal Bhuvaneshwar (53 Kms)
Visit to local villages within
the sanctuary to gain insight into the traditional life and
culture of the local people (inclusive of a typical village