The Pancheshwar fishing retreat is targetted at bridging this gap in the tourism landscape of Kumaon. It is perhaps the only permanent facility of its kind that is open all year, with the exception of the volatile monsoon months.
Pancheshwar lies at the confluence of the Mahakali and Saryu, rivers that demarcate the Indo – Nepal border. It has historically been renowned as the home of Jim Corbett’s Champawat tiger, the sacred Chaumu temple and the golden Mahseer.
As opposed to usual overnight tents, typical of riverside camps, the fishing retreat provides a sense of luxury without compromising on the need to be right there on the riverbank. Luxurious tents with king size beds, attached bath rooms, verandahs facing the confluence with breakfast literally on the river bed are some of the features of attraction at this unique retreat.