A few winters ago, we had a thought to build something in the mountains. We neither had money, nor did know anything about construction, but just decided to try it on. We traveled on weekends, slept in the car, ate whatever we could find, and scanned the entire northern belt of Himalayas to find something that’s accessible, sustainable and didn’t need too much money to run.
So after a long search, we came to Uttranchal, the holy land (called Devboomi in Hindi), and fell in love with Kasmoli. It’s pristine trees, organic food and tall mountains took our hearts away, and till then we have never stopped searching for ways to return. This is a fruit of our efforts and good wishes of those around us that we’ve been able to reach a stage at which we are ready to share our little adventure with you all – so presenting Offroad Camps.
Drive to Kasmoli
Farm Land at Offroad Camps
Though our camp is still small, our hearts aren’t. Like, share, send a suggestion, or visit – whatever you do (or don’t do), we’ll be forever grateful that you took the time to read.
Love, peace & light to all,
Offroad Camps Family!
Nitima Sood is a spirited, young freelancer from India who believes life can be summed in three words –meditation, travel, and writing (essentially in that order). She’s a non-foodie who likes to explore – be it places or the hidden, deep emotions of humanity, and write about her experiences. In her free time, she makes homemade soaps and prays to God that groups like ISIS and Boko Haram find peace within their hearts. Know more about Offroad Camps, and connect with them via Twitter and Facebook.
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