Places to visit
Kodia Jungle, known for adventure camping in Kanatal is a perfect place for trekking and nature walks. Trekking for 5 – 6 km en route Chamba is one of the adventurous things to do in Kanatal. Habitat to wild orchids and thick vegetation, the jungle trails are blessed with amazing views of surrounding hills and valleys. Safari in Kodia forest and spotting wildlife are among the most exciting things to do in Kanatal. The Kodia forest range from Swarg Yogini to Neelkanth has amazing thick plush green vegetation and is known for its rich flora and fauna.
Surkanda devi temple
At a distance of about 8 km from Dhanaulti, and a 2 km trek from the village Kaddu Khal is the Surkanda Temple, that makes up for a trekker's paradise. While the climb is tough, it's worth the view and serenity. Following the popular mythology of Sati jumping in to the sacrificial fire to go against her Father Daksha's act of not inviting Lord Shiva to a ceremony, this temple is one of the most popular 'Shaktipeeth' of India. A Shaktipeeth, going by the literal translation, is a holy site with the female goddess residing for her followers. If you are looking out for best resort in Kanatal near Surkanda devi temple, then The Whyt room and camps would be the best option for you.
New Tehri in Kanatal provides a fascinating view of the Tehri Dam. Located in the state of Uttarakhand, this is the only planned city in the state. Surrounded by the enchanting views of the mountains and the mighty waters of the Tehri dam, this is one picturesque destination. This lovely location is shrouded in incredible natural beauty and is a perfect getaway from the din of regular life.
The tinsel town of Dhanaulti is emerging as a popular winter destination because of its tranquil vistas and its proximity to Delhi and various other cities of Uttarakhand. This magical hill station is perched at an elevation of 2286 metres above sea level and offers panoramic views of the lofty Himalayas. Dhanaulti is located in the proximity of the popular hill stations of Uttarakhand such as Mussoorie, Tehri, Kanatal, and Chamba. This hilly town is enveloped by the velvety rhododendrons, deodar, and tall oak forests. Since the hill station heavy snowfall during winters, many tourists flock here in huge numbers.
In the celestial Garhwal Himalayas, lies a tiny hamlet called Chamba snuggled in Tehri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand. This idyllic town is perched at an altitude of 1,600 metres above sea level, enveloped by the thick woodlands. It is popular destination because of its unpolluted beauty and panoramic excursions. Chamba is frequently visited by tourists as it offers tranquility and exquisiteness. Since Chamba is in the proximity of Mussoorie, don’t mind extending your trip as this unspoiled hamlet is fairly impressive and alluring. One can plan a combined stay at Chamba accompanied by a short visit to Mussoorie or Dhanolti via Dehradun, Mussoorie, and Dhanolti.
Located 33 km from Kanatal, this place needs no introduction. It is visited by thousands of visitors every year to enjoy the varied flora and fauna of the place.Situated at the base of Himalayas in the Dehradun District, it is also adorned with many other attractions such as Lal Tibba, Kempty Falls, Bhatta Falls, Mall road and Gun Hills. Perched on a mountain valley at an elevation of 6,170 feet. The awe-inspiring green hills with blooming diversity of flora and fauna is one of the most charming pictorial tourist spots in India. The place speaks for itself through captivating landscapes that are soothing to the eyes. It is one of those types of places where you do nothing but seek bliss and communion with nature.