Nestling on the Tip of India's Northern State of Uttarakhand

Wayfarer has been involved with Munsiyari ever since 1997. Initially we commenced operations in this remote place with just a few Swiss tents. Today we offer a ethnically well designed mountain lodge that provides visitors an experience of being part of the local cultural setting without compromising on essential modern comforts…

Munsiyari is a destination that offers it all !!

With the everlasting beauty that stood for many years comes a fine
mountain lodge to serve its name



Explore Experience

Khaliya Peak

Goriganga River

Darkot Village



Getting to Munsiyari

To get to Munsyari, you can travel by road or train up to Kathgodam.
From Kathgodam, you would need to drive up the regular hilly road to either Ranikhet or Almora – a three hours drive that takes you past Bhimtal and Bhowali. You can stop for the night either at Ranikhet or Almora.
From Ranikhet the access is through Someshwar, Kausani, Baijnath, Kapkot, Sama, Tejam, Birthi Fall to Munsiyari.
From Almora the access is through Bageshwar, Vijaypur, Chaukhori, Thal, Nachni, Tejam, Birthi Fall to Munsiyari.
Trains from Delhi, Kolkata, Lucknow and Bareilly connect to Kathgodam daily. People driving from Delhi can come directly to Ranikhet and stop for the night at Snow View Hotel, a Wayfarer related property. Thereafter, they may proceed to Munsyari through Kausani, Baijnath, Kapkot, Sama, Tejam, Birthi Fall to Munsiyari.
Wayfarer Munsiyari islocated three kilometers from Munsiyari bus stand in village Sarmauli and is next to the Tribal Heritage Museum.



Weather at Munsiyari



Access to Wayfarer Munsiyari

Munsiyari’s ideal seasons for visitation span from October to June, excluding the monsoon period from July to September.