Welcome to Eco Harrymans Home Stay- Village Tourism

Would you like to stay in the lap of nature?  Slowly you hear the sounds of different songbirds, you look out and see the sunlight filtering through the many fruit trees. Surely a blissful, calm and serene atmosphere,  one that is entirely different from your noisy and polluted city mornings. If you would like to wake up to such an enchanting morning, then you are welcome to our abode – Eco Harrymans Home stay at Pawalgarh; a small village nestled in Ramnagar, the land of gods (Uttrakhand). The cool and calm atmosphere, the distant water fall, the  mountains, the variety of fruit trees, birds like peacocks, parrots, pigeons and  munias , treepie and other are all sights and sounds that have become a rare phenomenon in city life. But this sleepy village still holds on to all these wonders of nature . This is “the place” for you to rest and rejuvenate your aching body and tired spirit.

This village Homestay is at Pawalgarh 18 km from Ramnagar which is main gate for Corbett National Park on Ramnagar Kotabagh road.

Your hosts Mr. and Mrs. Manral and their son Vicky are known for their hospitality and consider it a privilege to share their residence with you. Mr Manral is delight for group of nature lovers, guidance for local sightseeing and jungle treks would be provided. He was part of agitation to declare Uttrakhand as separate state and has great knowledge of local social – political conditions.

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    Village Walks

    PawalGarh is known worldwide “bachelor of pawalgarh” the biggest tiger ever bagged by famous Jim Corbett.

    Bird Watching

    Winters might be the most exciting season for the bird lovers, but for the serious birdwatcher the other months of the year (early May to September end) 

    Local Fooding

    The primary food of Uttarakhand includes vegetables, though non-veg food is also served and savored by many. 


    A significant focus for Pawalgarh Prakrati Prahari is supporting nature conservation initiatives in the Pawalgarh Conservation Reserve.

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