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Camping in Barot is the most popular family and corporate weekend getaway from Delhi, Punjab, Haryana & Chandigarh. Barot is situated at 6,100 ft. in the Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh. It is at a distance of about 260 Km/8 hrs from Chandigarh and 200 K.M. away from Pathankot, tucked away amid deep forests of cedar and oaks. Set in the heart of the Indian Himalayas and surrounded by dense Pine, long wooded slopes of Deodar, Pine, Oak, and Rhododendron forests. Camp Carnival at Barot is situated 6100 ft high in the Hills of Barot Valley. It is only 55 KM away from Bir–Billing, the famous world cup paragliding site. It is 66 Kms from Mandi and 40 Kms from Joginder Nagar. The camp offers tranquility seems to be straight out of some romantic classic. The beautiful and picturesque 180-degree view of the green Himalayas will fill you with a romantic charm. Beautiful and captivating environment and camp life will make you feel the love and pleasure of lying in the lap of Nature.
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Reach the beautiful Campsite around the afternoon. After reaching the campsite you will be received by our staff members and we will check you into your tents. Relax for a while & have delicious lunch. Post Lunch gets ready for the trek to the Shanan power project lakes through Barot village where you shall see the Himalayan way of living and old-style houses. Trek also goes through Jalan village where the home of Colonel Battey is situated. He was the engineer who made this project and haulage the trolley (mountain rope-way) in 1926. Reach to the Big Lakes of the Shahan power project and see the beauty of nature and old engineering and machines there. At night enjoy stargazing & sleep under the stars in your tents.
Wake up & have breakfast amid the forest. Post breakfast get ready to do some adventure activities like river crossing and rappelling near the Uhl River. You can go to see the Haulage trolley system (mountain rope-way) made in 1926 by British engineer Colonel Batty for the Shanan power project. You can also enjoy the clear water of the Uhl River. Return to the campsite at noon. Have delicious lunch at the campsite and check out from the camp and move towards your destination with unremarkable memories of Adventurous Camping in Barot.