The resort, located on a ridge of one of the hilltops of the lower Himalayas and touching the fringes of the Kalatop wild life sanctuary, is located in Ala village, approximately five kilometres from Dalhousie, on the road to Khajjiar. It's a must-visit place for those who appreciate nature's bounty.

The resort's USP is its "pristine location offering a picturesque view", says Gaurav Jain, managing director of Aamod Resorts.

"The fact that Aamod is near major tourist destinations, yet away from the crowd and hustle bustle, makes the resort an ideal getaway retreat," Jain said.

The resort not only offers fantastic views of the magnificent Pir Panjal range, which is snow-clad all the year round, but also offers a tranquil environment.

A high point of the property is promotion of eco-tourism along with unique offerings and tailored experiences.

The resort offers an amalgamation of natural beauty with all modern-day comforts across 15 cottages/rooms. The accommodation at the resort has been built without disturbing the ecosystem and without felling trees.

Not only this, the interiors and furnishings have an old world charm and rustic flavour, combined with contemporary ideas of comfortable living.

Getting there:

* Location: The resort is well connected by road to Pathankot (80 km), Amritsar (188 km), Jalandhar (192 km) and Chandigarh (352 km). To reach Aamod @Dalhousie from Delhi and other prominent cities via rail, Pathankot (2 hours drive) is the closest mainline railhead. Gaggal Airport is 120 km away from Dalhousie. The nearest international airport is Amritsar.

* Tariff: Deluxe Room Rs 7,000 per night; Super Deluxe Room Rs 9,000 per night; Deluxe Suite Rs 11,000 (per four adults per night).

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