Updated: Jun 08, 2021 14:20 IST
Dharamshala (Himachal Pradesh) [India], June 8 (ANI): As the world struggles with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which brings a fresh supply of stress every day, we all need an escape, and what’s better than planning a trip to the mountains? If you are someone who is seeking tranquility, soft adventure and nature’s bounty then a getaway to Dharamshala should definitely be on your list.
Finding the perfect resort or hotel for a trip can be a task, so if you are looking up for places to stay in Dharamshala, then juSTa Birding Resort could be your pick.
juSTa Hotels and Resorts, which is a chain of luxury hotels and resorts across major business and leisure destinations in India, recently launched juSTa Birding Resort, Dharamshala, their seventh resort and 12th property in India.
Located in the scenic Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, the resort, which is designed to offer a comprehensive range of premium experiences for guests seeking tranquility and soft adventure, is inspired by the region’s unique heritage and culture.
With a view of snow peaks of the Dhauladhar range and lush green forest from where one can watch paragliders and zip liners connecting with nature’s bounty all around, the location is particularly a sight to behold.
In Dharamshala Valley, alone around 556 birds have been recorded which accounts for more than half the entire species of birds in India and is one of the richest birding areas in South Asia.
Decked out in all the colours of the rainbow, the resort is inspired by The Himalayan monal, also known as the Impeyan monal and Impeyan pheasant. With its green crested head, red neck, green shoulders, blue back, orange tail, and black underparts, the male Himalayan monal is an image of iridescence.
Birdwatching or simply birding, which is the hobby of studying wild birds in their natural environment, is one of the fastest-growing hobbies today. Every bird has its own call, the more one concentrates, the more one hears a beautiful symphony.
Sometimes staying close to nature and trekking in the Himalayas gives a perspective on life. The resort’s location in Dharamshala is filled with unique flora and fauna, making it an interesting place to commence wildlife research.
The awe-inspiring sunset views and the famous trek to Triund for hassle-free sounds, sight, and smell of the Himalayas are things not to be missed when paying a visit.
Speaking on the opening of the second juSTa resort in Himachal, Ashish Vohra, Founder and CEO, juSTa Hotels and Resorts said, “We are thrilled to announce the opening of the second juSTa resort in the majestic state of Himachal Pradesh. Dharamshala has been attracting an increasing number of domestic and international travellers and we are confident that juSTa as a brand is the perfect fit to cater to these discerning travellers with our well recognized personalised care and hospitality.”
With 22 tastefully appointed rooms including five suites, the property is conveniently located 25 km from Gaggal airport with a view of the nearby sightseeing hub of Mcleodganj.
SABOR, which is the resort’s multi-cuisine restaurant, offers around-the-clock service of delightful cuisine and separate spaces for social events, conferences, and destination weddings with magnificent mountain views.
The creatively designed spa and sauna, jacuzzi are also there to help guests unwind post busy city tours and exploratory Himalayan treks around local villages.
For some, however, enjoying a high tea on the terrace lounge of the resort with bracing breeze and mountain views will be a memory worth cherishing throughout their life. (ANI)