Welcome To Chirpingi Birdz Resort
Welcome to the Paradise of Birdwatchers . A small hidden village cloistered within Naina range of the Kumauni Hills, mysterious forests echoing songs of the colourful birds with small nature trails that disappear into the sunlit glades – that’s Pangot for you!
We are the destination for people who just wants to live in the world of mountains, coffee, campfires, woodcabins, waterfalls, nature trails and run around with a camera and notebook, learning the inner working of everything real.
Set along the slope of a forest clad hill in front of snowclad Naina peak with several lively mountain springs that forks as it flows in the vicinity of the resort. Chirpingi Birdz Resort is an exquisite jungle hideaway and a boon of nature treasures. Wrapped in the enchantment of oak forest beneath an enormous interlaced canopy formed by majestic trees, stone paved paths fringed by ferns, mosses and rhododendron leading to the Kumauni vernacular shaped wooden cottages designed in architecture influenced to a great extent by the British era. Build with wooden rafter on the roof and wooden flooring. The cottages are spacious equipped with state of art amenities. The attic and high raise decks that look out at fabulous 360 degree view of the valley forest and eternal experience of whistling and chirping of the Himalayan birds with jumping and playful macaque and langoors in middest of fruit orchid.
We are having only wooden cottages as Wooden houses are more ecological alternative than houses made of traditional brick and concrete. These wooden cottages are made from natural, non-petroleum materials that are recyclable and biodegradable and are also considered ‘ecological’.
ANIL KUMAR PARASHAR
Anil Kumar Parshar, a 44 year old enthusiastic trekker was born and brought up in Delhi, India. Apart from being part of the insurance industry (corporate sector) for 23 years, He is passionate about trekking and has accomplished several treks in terrains of Ladakh, in the massive mountains of Himachal, Uttaranchal and Nepal during the past 20 years.