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About Trekking at Guano Hills

A trek for nature lovers and birdwatchers
Trekking At Guano Hills In Nainital

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About Trekking at Guano Hills

It has been rightly said that if you have visited Nainital and not gone on a trekking at Guano hills, then your trip is incomplete. Located amidst the lap of nature, a plethora of scenic mountains and rocky snow capped hill tops are just some phrases, to sum up about Nainital. But the explicit beauty of nature can be truly experienced by trekking at Guano hills in Nainital. The destination is a must visit for all the tourists. All the photography freaks, nature, and peace lovers would find the place and the visit to the Guano Hills truly mesmerizing. The trekking location is accessible from the main city of Nainital through bus service or by booking shared or private cabs.

The Guano hills in Nainital is the best place for bird watching. The hills are a home to millions of birds belonging to various species. The chirping of the birds is constant in the air and gives a charming sensation to all the tourists. The variety of the species of birds that the tourists can spot here is unbelievable. There are certain tour operators which organize special bird watching tours apart from the conventional trekking at Guano Hills Nainital.

The Guano hills is a place which clashes with the fantasy of a paradise where nature portrays its beauty in the best form. The view from the Guano hills is just beyond imagination and breath taking. Perhaps this is the reason for which the trekking at Guano hills in the city has been included in one of the top things to do once a person visits Nainital.The trekking at Guano hills in Nainital is seasonal in nature and is only accessible during the summers.

The trekking path on the Guano hills opens up in the month of March just at the outset of the summers. The time for trekking is generally limited between 8 am and 6 pm each day. Just at the start of monsoons, in the month of June, the trekking track is closed for the visitors. Thus the summers are the best time for trekking at Guano hills. The trekking track at the Guano hills is located in a small village by the name Pangot. There are several tour operators which organize the trekking tours at the Guano hills in Nainital.

The tourists can also avail the accommodation facilities at the place even if they have not made a reservation on a prior basis. The hills and the trekking tracks are covered with oak, pine, deodar and bamboo trees which make adds charms to the views during the trekking. The trekking at Guano hills is one such activity that should be included in the bucket list of every single adventure buff in the country and who is planning a visit to Nainital. However one should also note that the road that leads to the trekking track at the Guano hills is damaged and narrow. Thus the cab which is booked for a visit must have a skilled and experienced driver only.


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When should I go for trekking at Guano Hills?

Any time of the year, except monsoon season, is a good time to take this trek.

Is there any entry fee for trekking at Guano Hills?

No, this activity is free for everyone.

Why trekking at Guano Hills so popular?

Besides the panoramic view of Nainital, the trek allows opportunities for bird watching and photography.