About us

Modern & Intimate,
Junglaat was born out of our desire to
showcase McLeodGanj and Dharamshala like
never before.

Every aspect of the lodge is an amalgamation of Himachali
and Tibetan culture – from our rooms where you will find hints of delicate Thangka paintings, typical Kullu shawls geometrical designs, to our kitchen that serves food inspired by the homes of Kangra. From our carefully curated experiences to the quant onsite boutique, Junglaat is all about the town it inhabits.

Our beautifully curated rooms offers a glimpse to the jungle of Himalayan cedar trees.

Junglaat is too calm in Nature and offers you simple ways to still your mind and recenter your spirit. Here you can experience peaceful mind, peaceful life and time to admire the majestic Himalayas. But there are still many new stories that are waiting to be told.

Join us as we take you on a journey through an unseen, undiscovered side of town.Come and explore our world.

Walk with us as we take you to secret spots and introduce you to insiders, feast on local recipes that are passed from one generation to the other, meet the shepherds whose forefathers created these treks into the mighty Himalayas that still leaves
everyone breathless.

Junglaat takes you on a journey of finding peace, purpose, and healing through
nature. We help you discover unique routes to create a calm mind, a healthy body,and a peaceful life.
The essence remains the same in our design and our hospitality. That’s why we ensure that everyone has a unique experience which is customized keeping their interests in mind.
Experience the uninterrupted moments of natural calm and unhindered, enchanting views to savour every moment along with the warmth of the traditional Indian hospitality in the familiarity of all modern comforts.

The Origin of Junglaat

“Aum dyauḥ śāntirantarikṣaṁ śāntiḥ
pṛthivī śāntirāpaḥ śāntiroṣadhayaḥ śāntiḥ
vanaspatayaḥ śāntirviśvedevāḥ śāntirbrahma śāntiḥ
sarvaṁ śāntiḥ śāntireva śāntiḥ
sā mā śāntiredhi
Aum śāntiḥ, śāntiḥ, śāntiḥ”

“May peace radiate there in the whole sky as well as in the vast ethereal space
May peace reign all over this earth, in water and in all herbs, trees and creepers.
May peace flow over the whole universe.
May peace be in the Supreme Being Brahman.
And may there always exist in all peace and peace alone.
Aum peace, peace and peace to us and all beings!”
According to ancient Indian scriptures, may there always exist in peace – and that is
what defines Junglaat.