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Palampur

Palampur

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Palampur is a green hill station and a municipal council in the Kangra Valley in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, surrounded by tea gardens and pine forests before they merge with the Dhauladhar ranges. Palampur is the tea capital of northwest India but tea is just one aspect that makes Palampur a special interest place. An abundance of water and proximity to the mountains has endowed it with a mild climate. Palampur is also the hometown of Capt. Vikram Batra who was awarded Paramvir Chakra (posthumous).

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Palampur

FLB Resorts Jerry’s Jungle Hut

About the Resort

Wish to take a break from your city and spend some time in the lap of nature? FLB Resort Jerry’s Jungle Huts offers you a perfect getaway to rejuvenate your soul and fill your mind with fun activities and freshness of nature. Located in the middle of beautiful Kangra Valley, Palampur is one majestic destination that offers a stunning 270-degree view of the Dhauladhar Mountains. Keeping the breathtaking surroundings in mind, the Jerry Jungle Hut has been designed to offer you utmost comfort but without breaking your connection with the natural surroundings. Even the interior has been designed with traditional warm and rustic decor items to tell you about the history of the place. The architecture of the resort has been designed to match the colonial architecture of the region so that it perfectly synchronizes with the neighbouring buildings. Palampur is the tea capital of North India, so you will find numerous tea gardens and paddy fields in this region. Besides the scenic sights of Kangra Valley and Dhauladhar ranges, the city is a well-known hub for adventure sports - from trekking to paragliding. The world-famous site for Paragliding is only a few kilometres away in Bir Billing. Here you can witness the mountainous locations with a bird’s eye while feeling the chilled breeze around you. Trekking lovers and hike the entire day at the Kaali Chamb or challenge themselves with a moderate level of difficulty at Kandi Hills Trek. After a day full of adventure and fun, you will be welcomed at the homely resort where the comfort of the guests is our priority. You can bathe in the refreshing hilly waters in the comfort of your room and remind yourself of all the beautiful sights you’ve witnessed in a day. You will also be offered with the exotic Himalayan Cuisine that’s cooked by our in-house chefs with fresh local ingredients from a riverside Organic Farm. We even customise our services to suit your timings.
  • Parking
  • Doctor on Call
  • Taxi Service
  • Outdoor Activity
  • Power Backup
  • Hot Water Facility

Activities

Activities

Paragliding

Paragliding

What to Wear:

Warm and Thin T-shirt and Slacks (Light Clothes) with Comfortable Shoes

What to Carry:

  • Waterproof Overalls
  • A pair of Gloves
  • Eye-Catching Paragliding T-shirts (great to get nice pictures clicked)
  • A DSLR camera (you may want to show those off those paragliding skills)

Dos and Don’ts:

  • Lookout for thunderstorm or rain. The ideal day would be a bright sunny day.
  • Check if you have all the gears and protection necessary.
  • Be true about your knowledge of paragliding.
  • Leave no loopholes, taking in consideration the scenarios you may have to face mid-air.

Be confident and follow instructions

Trekking

Trekking

What to Wear:

Comfortable Clothes with Sturdy Shoes

What to Expect:

You get to surround yourself with the silent ambience of the snow.

What to Carry:

  • An extra pair of comfortable clothes
  • Small Towel
  • Camera (obviously!)
  • Batteries and Memory Cards
  • Sleeping Bag (if you plan to spend the night out on the trails)
  • A Reusable Water Bottle (holding at least a litre of water)
  • Walking Stick
  • Hat, Sunglasses and Sunscreen
  • Flashlight
  • Snacks
  • Hand Sanitizer Gel and Soap
  • First Aid Kit
  • Medicine Box
  • Toilet Paper

Dos and Don’ts:

  • Check the Weather
  • Research well and choose a trail which suits your physical capability
  • Wear shoes which have Good Support and are in Good Condition
  • Don’t trek alone and if you do, tell someone the trail you are going to take and an estimated time of return
  • Carry a compass or a GPS

Be environment sensitive