Munsyari is the name of a town and a tehsil in the Pithoragarh District in the hill-state of Uttarakhand, India.
It lies at the base of the great Himalayan mountain range, at an elevation of about 2,200 m (7,200 ft) and is a starting point of various treks into the interior of the range.
There are a few places in the world that defy description. You only have to get there to experience their uniqueness. Munsyari is one such place. Hidden away amongst the mountains in India's border district of Pithoragarh at a height of 7000 feet Munsyari is probably the closest you can get to experiencing the Greater Himalayas from hand shaking distance. At Munsyari you have the majestic Panch Chulli peak towering all of 22600 feet right in front of you.
Amidst virgin forests, fabulous snow laden mountains and countless glacial springs the small town of Munsyari is the gateway to the famous Milam and Ralam glaciers. Munsyari is also your only access to one of India's highest mountain - Nanda Devi East (7434 mts)
About the property:-
The Wayfarer Resort Munsyari offers a mix of five Kumaoni log huts and five Swiss cottage type tents. Each unit of Wayfarer Resort Munsyari has a 12'x10' living area equipped with a double bed, coffee table, chairs, clothes rack, jute flooring and lantern for emergencies. Every hut and tent is attached to an outhouse equipped with a western style toilet, sink and shower. The water, taken directly from the nearby waterfall, is heated by a small local geyser called hamam and supplied in buckets for bathing. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are usually served in the dinning hut a 16 seater restaurant that offers Indian and Continental cuisine on order. On special occasions arrangements are made for open air barbecue dinners
Things to do:-
• Barbeque dinners
• Snow covered peaks observation
How to get there:-
On this Route - the Distance from New Delhi to Munsiyari is 550 km.
And Drive from New Delhi to Munsiyari takes about 11 hours by car.