― John Muir
Imagine a landscape graduating from sky blue to sapphire and pthalo, temple bells synchronizing to the sound of kumaoni and garhwali dialects, where religion meets the modern day man, and birds chirping away in harmony, pahadi children listening to age old stories sung by their grandmother about the pastoral history of a land so rich, endearingly called Devbhoomi, or the Land of Gods, where the four symbolic stations of our very own Hindu gods Shiva, Vishnu & Ganga.
Kumaon hills provide vast attraction for the tourists, trekkers, and pilgrims. The beautiful scenery and the colourful cultural life of Pithoragarh, Mukteshwar, Chaukori, Binsar, Kausani, Sitalakhet, Champawat, besides many other popular hill stations, are waiting to be discovered.
At Urna, we encourage you to just be….still there is a lot you can do besides just lazing around and gazing endlessly into the Himalayas.