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The Orchard at Peora Estate

( Nainital, Uttarakhand )


Rolling hills, winding roads, pine forests and trees laden with apples, oranges and other fruits make up the scenery at The Orchard. The architectural style is that of a farmhouse in Tuscany. Tiles and marble imported from Italy adorn the floors of the property while graceful arches and galleries lead you to luxurious guest quarters. Outside, the verandas and balconies are perfectly positioned to maximize the sweeping vistas of valleys, hills and the majestic Himalayas. The Orchard was created to pamper and charm its guests. Hallways over 100 feet long, large but intimate rooms, delightful accents and details throughout the property will surprise you.

Cuisine: Organic & health cuisine. Focus on Italian, local Kumaoni & Mediterranean Cuisine.

Summer – 32°C high, 18°C low
Winter – 23°C high, 7°C low
Monsoon – 28°C high, 14°C low (moderate rainfall in the monsoons from July to end of August)

Best time to visit: Summer & Monsoon. The winter also has a charm of its own.


By Air: Flight from Delhi to Pantnagar takes an hour and then there’s a 3 hour drive to The Orchard
By Train: Train from Delhi to Kathgodam is about 5.5-6 hours and then a 2.5 hour drive to The Orchard
By Road: The drive from Delhi to Peora is approx 7.5-8 hours


Trekking, Gourmet Picnics, Waterfall, NGOs, Social Work & Nature – Peora is home to over 200 species of birds and 150 species of insects. Leopards, Wild Boar, Deer, Nilgai, Jackals, and Foxes inhabit the region’s lush wildlife. The Kumaon region is full of trekking trails with small surprises like temples, waterfalls, forests, and rivers along the way.  Panchachuli is a NGO in Almora dedicated to the social and economical empowerment of women. Aarohi was founded in 1992 by two social workers who realized that living in the mountains in India wasn’t easy.

Kainchi & Kakarighat – Uttarakhand is known as the “Dev Bhoomi” or The Abode of The Gods. The Kumaon Hills are home to the Ashram of the legendary spiritual master, Shree Neem Karoli Baba, who has an immense following all over the world. The temple recently came into the limelight when Mark Zuckerberg mentioned that Steve Jobs had advised him to visit this temple as it helped Jobs come to serious spiritual revelations during troubled times.

Kasar Devi – The earth’s magnetic field plunges in Kasar Devi making it especially conducive for meditative and transcendental experiences. A small hill just ahead of Kasar Devi called Crank’s Ridge, popularly known as hippie hill, became extremely popular with Bohemian artists, famous writers and spiritual seekers all over the world. Kasar Devi has seen many spiritual seekers flocking to this little village for the last 100 years.

Jageshwar – The Mahamrityunjay temple is the largest and oldest temple of 124 temples in Jageshwar. This temple of Shiva is Eastern facing and the Linga is worshipped as the saviour from death. Pilgrims believe that reciting the Mahamrityunjay Mantra is a fruitful, auspicious and powerful method of self-realization, removal of evil effects, and freedom from all kinds of fears, illness and negativity.

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