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Apple Orchard Farm and Camping
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Reviewed 15 January 2014

We went to Sangla for a marathon in May 2013 along with lots of friends and family. We were a total of 9 people with 4 kids and what a trip it was!! The hospitality at Apple Orchard Farm and camping is simply amazing. The adults and kids settled in very quickly and the food was fresh and excellent. The cook, Mr. Vijayendra and all the staff were most helpful and courteous. There was a landslide the day before we were scheduled to reach. Mr. Vijayendra and his team met us and help carry the children and luggage with such ease that it didnt seem like a hindrance to our holiday plans. The marathon runners were also helped with food (and the right kind) to help with the pre-race preparations. The scenery were most wonderful with picture perfect views right out the window as you wake up. All in all, a most memorable trip.

  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled with friends
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1  Thank SreelataChebrol
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Reviewed 8 July 2013

First of all,I am writing this review at the time when cloudbursts have wrecked havoc in Kinnaur. We were lucky to return just a day before it all happened. I pray for all the affected and dead- locals as well as tourists. May God be with them.
To reach this camp you have to negotiate wildly winding unmetalled road from Karcham(which is very very exciting for bikers like me). On reaching Sangla,just ask for Banjara camps which is adjacent to Apple orchard; around 7 kms from main town. They haven't put many signboards for directions.
Well the camp is very beautiful, located just adjacent to river Baspa and you can hear the wild river gushing in your tents. This not a very costly camp unlike its neighbours (infact much cheaper than others), so the caretakers here are not professionals from hospitality industry. Instead they are locals, the ever smiling and ready- to-serve-you locals; they are very simple and down to earth crew. So sometimes you have to ask for your needs. On our arrival they didn't serve us non veg in dinner. But just as we asked them, it was a feast of chicken for the rest of our stay-be it breakfast, lunch or dinner. One must try item is their local apple juice with its unlimited supply. We gulped down probably a gallon n a half during our stay. Sensing our extreme love for their juice they gave us a few bottles for our return journey too.
Just as I told earlier, ask them for directions to the river and must spend a noon there. Its complete wilderness with Baspa's icy cold water flowing like madness. We packed some light snacks n tea for our little picnic by the banks of the river and it was one of the most peaceful yet exciting afternoons of my life.
As far as accommodation is concerned, the swiss tents here are very good with clean and hygienic washrooms attached. But this place tends to be very quiet and lonely(boring hence) sometimes, so I'll recommend it only to a group of minimum four persons.
And when there's a bunch of friends then Apple Camps is the best place.

  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank jashan_pau
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Reviewed 5 July 2013

We had a wonderful two day vacation in this scenically spectacular apple orchard surrounded by the snow capped Himalayas. It was our first experience of living in tents and it was very comfortable.The tents were large with clean linen and a western style toilet including a geyser for a hot bath.It was a very pleasant experience to be lulled to sleep by the sound of the mighty Baspa roaring accompanied by the gurgling brooks that flow through this property. Mr Negi and his team run a very efficient camp where they provide home cooked food and willingly pack a picnic basket for excursions to Chitkul and Raksham two nearby villages. Mr Negi Is a font of local information and is ever ready to help you plan your day. The apple trees were laden with fruit but sadly they were much too small and green to enjoy just yet.
The nearby Batseri village is a lovely walk over the bridge and the villagers are very friendly and eager to practice their English conversation. Their recently reconstructed fully carved typical Himachali wooden temple is a symbol for modern India as it bears images of the gods of a variety of religions from Hinduism to Christianity. Moreover it also carries sculptures from the Kamasutra which depicts "social life" as one of the elders told us. Amazingly broadminded villagers!

Room Tip: All the tents are the same - set in the apple orchard.
  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled with family
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Thank ashokchadha
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Reviewed 30 June 2013

Reaching Sangla little exhausted due to bad road and long drive but after checking in Apple Orchard Farm and Camping we saw the nature's beauty all around.
Tents were nice, clean and spacious with latest bath fittings. Food was one of our great experience; we all like it especially my parents. My kids enjoyed a lot especially local Apple Juice.
Mr. Negi and his staff are very friendly and always eager to help. They are providing the best with limited staff.
This camp is paradise for nature lovers. Over all it was a great experience camping in middle of apple trees garden…!!! Thank you all!

  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled with family
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2  Thank Bssingh
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Reviewed 21 June 2013

I travelled to Apple Orchard Camp and Farming along with my family and close relatives in mid June 2013. We were a group of 4 adults and 3 children. The camps were excellent set amidst apple orchard. They were quite spacious and had all amenities including running hot and cold water. The carpeted floor, beds and linens were clean. View from the camp is very good. The best part of the camp is the food. It is like homemade delicious food. Hats off to the cook. Over and above, the hospitality rendered by the owner, Mr. Negi is unparalleled and out of the world. The kids enjoyed the ambience and the surrounding. However, as a feedback, would request the owner to make a playground with some amenities for the kids without disturbing the natural surrounding of the place. Overall it was an excellent experience and value for money.

Room Tip: Any tent/camp is worth the money.
  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled with family
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Thank Subrata D
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