Let us confess that it is not any usual tourist place. It is for the people who are looking for a place where they can spend some time with themselves, friends and family or those who are adventure lovers, bird watcher and photographers.

At Mayoli Himalayan Ethno Botanic Garden Society is developing an organic farm and Seed Bank. This solar powered place has two fish pounds, poultry and one goat farm. The idea is to develop this farm as self-sustaining farm.


We are a farm located in the Kumaon region of the Himalayas (1800 m a.s.l), founded to return biodiversity, traditional farming methods, traditional knowledge and local flora and fauna to the area. At the border of Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary nature creates a bowl. A 3-hectare farm land surrounded by Himalayan hills. This place is called Mayoli.

The Area is a large one by its own. It is a part of the Binsar Wildlife Park.

Himalayan Eco Village Farm Stay Almora

The Area is a large one by its own. It is a part of the Binsar Wildlife Park. The place offers varying types of accommodation to its guests. Three cottages are there that can accommodate up to 6 adults at a time. These Cottages have an attached toilet with them with running water. Bedding is provided for a Comfortable night’s sleep. Tents are also in
Place, which could accommodate more guests Especially the one who are the adventure Seekers.


The overall location of the property is very apt. It is located right inside the forest with a wide variety of trees all round. It is diverse in both flora and fauna and is frequented by many species of birds. It is located very close to the ridge where the guest might enjoy an exciting excursion.

One has to travel about 30 km north of the Almora town in Uttarakhand to reach Basouli. From Basouli it is nearly 2.8 KM trek to reach Mayoli. Almora is 360 KM from Delhi by road