Camp Peace Trips


A nature lover, spiritual seeker, nomadic soul, adventurer, artist, photographer or a travel enthusiast, the quaint little village of Bulkhana, Chopta (2850 meters above sea level) nestled in the Kedarnath WildLife Sanctuary in the Himalayas, has something to offer everyone who wanders into its midst, that would feed the soul and set it free!

A stop over for your next adventure, a hide out for the spiritual seeker in you, a quiet escape for the battered urban mind, or a muse corner for the reclusive artist in you, Camp PeaceTrips, located in Bulkhana, serves a rest house for the feet, soul and heart alike.

Bringing to life, the true essence being ‘far away from the maddening crowds’ the Camp, located deep within Kedarnath’s Musk Deer Santurary’s Rhododendron and Oak Forests, blends into the surrounding landscape with its rustic design and eco-friendly construction and offers panoramic views of the Himalayas and the countryside.

Equipped with five cozy, comfortable tents with views of the Himalayas to wake up to,on the meadows and a dining area and a patio that come alive with laughter and chatter of the guests as dusk makes way for a velvety night and a bonfire lights up, the Camp, is equipped to house fifteen guests at a time, comfortably.

Much as the secluded nook, that houses the Camp, drowns the din and the crowds away, it is still easily connected to the market centre of Chopta, 2 kms away, that is a 20-minute walk or a 5-minute drive away and also serves an anchor point for many walking and trekking trails that wind and streak through stunning flora and fauna and offer breath-taking views of the Himalayas!

A photographer’s paradise, a bird watcher’s quiet hide out and a recluse’s secret garden, the Camp paints a unique picture for each of its guests, but the ones painted by the skies, with myriad hues beat them all, every dawn, day and dusk!

Come, stay at Camp PeaceTrips and breathe in life, one hue, one chirp, one faint fragrance at a time!

The Location

Camp PeaceTrips (Google Maps Location)

Kindly switch on navigation before rudraprayag and use only this link to get here. There is another Chopta near rudraprayag and sometimes it gets confusing. Also chopta has spotty networks, specially data is big issue so navigation has to be on beforehand.

This Hamlet is called Bhulkunaa and is exactly two kms further ahead of Chopta main market towards Gopeshwar Chamoli.

Our location is on the right below the road on a small meadow (Google Earth) and is actually visible from 1.5 kms before reaching here.

Temperatures :
Summers : Between 15 to 25 Degree C (May and Jun)
Monsoons : Between 10 to 20 Degree C (Jul & Aug)
Autumn : Between 10 to 25 Degree C (Sep & Oct, Mid Nov)
Winters : Between -15 to 0 Degree C (Mid Nov to Mid Mar)
Spring : Between 4 to 20 Degree C (Mid Mar to June )
Altitude :

2850 mtrs ASL

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How to get here

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Rail: The nearest station to Chopta is Rishikesh (207kms). Coming from any part of India, the nearest rail heads are Haridwar and Dehradun. Haridwar is connected by Haridwar-Dehradun Express (3009 Up), Delhi-Dehradun Express (4041 Up), Mumbai-Dehradun Express (9019 Up) and Dehradun - Delhi Shatabdi Express. It is advised to book the tickets at least one month in advance as this route is always in demand.

Air: The nearest airport is at Jolly Grant (17 kms from Rishikesh, 26 kms from Dehradun and 223 kms from Chopta).

Road: State Transport and Union buses and shared jeeps ply regularly between Ukhimath/ Guptkashi and Rishikesh (212 kms)/ Haridwar (244 kms)/ Dehradun (290 kms) / Delhi (450 kms). During one bus plys between Ukhimath and Chopta and starts at 0700hrs from Ukhimath. This bus can also be caught from Gopeshwar at 1200hrs for Chopta.

As soon as the temple closes, the bus service is discontinued and then the only way to get here is by hired cab / jeep.

We can help you in booking a jeep from the rail/ air/ road head to Base camp and back, after the trek completion. It costs Rs.7-9000) and it can take from 5 to 10 guests at a time. Whatever the actual cost would be, it has to be paid directly to the driver. Jeeps can be hired @ 3500 / day for return trip and cars can be hired @ 3000 / day


  • Comfortable to carry Rucksack (50-70 ltrs)
  • Loose synthetic track pants for trekking
  • Woolen caps/ mufflers/ gloves/ warm socks
  • Fleece jacket + Heavy Jacket
  • Rain coat
  • Thermal inners
  • Hat/ cap
  • Cotton and woolen socks
  • Good trekking shoes/ sneakers/ (floaters for rafting)
  • Sun glasses/ Sun screen
  • Cameras
  • Shorts/ swimming suits for swimming / showering under waterfalls
  • Water bottles
  • Toiletries. Toilet paper
  • Walking stick
  • Personal medical kit
  • Note: Torches are a must. Preferably Headlamp

What To Expect :

  • Magnificent Himalayan Views. Pure fresh air. Absolute Peace.
  • Basic Ameneties
  • Solar Lighting / Charging.
  • Small Library and indoor games.
  • Bon fire and Bar-B-Que.
  • Completely Frozen during winters.

What Not to expect.

  • Electricity.
  • Mobile networks.
  • Markets.
  • Luxury.

Responsible Travel

We believe that our clients have an important role to play as well, with each person ultimately determining the overall impact of the group in the area visited. The following are some ideas you might like to consider:


  • Buy locally made crafts and support local skills to encourage the positive sides of tourism.
  • Consider tipping a reasonable amount for good service.
  • Bargaining is an accepted practice in all of the countries we visit- but do so in a good humour and bear in mind the amount of money you are haggling over!
  • Think carefully about giving money to beggars, it is often more effective to give money to local charity to reduce reliance and expectation.


  • Learn some words of the local language, this is appreciated and often results in getting more out of the experience.
  • Ask for permission before taking photographs out of respect for the local people.
  • Enjoy the areas you visit but, if possible, try and leave in a better state than you found them in.
  • Respect the local laws, customs and cultural beliefs.
  • Observe the dress code of the area and be aware of differences in social behaviour and norms.
  • Do not buy ancient artefacts or souvenirs made from endangered species (eg ivory, animal skins).


  • Try not to damage any plants you see on the trail.
  • Wild animals should not be touched, fed or disturbed and do not encourage local people to parade animals.
  • Ask permission before using a village well or pump.
  • Please bury all paper away from a water source (30m) and please use toilet facilities if they exist.
  • Our policy is to carry out all non biodegradable rubbish, if any is left behind in the morning, please bring to the guides attention.
  • Bring along environment friendly detergents and shampoos and use as little as possible to keep fresh water supplies free from pollution. Do all washing away from flowing water.
  • Be economical in using fresh water for showering and washing as often they are in short supply.
  • Use dustbins, where ever provided and never throw non bio degradable waste in the outdoors. We’ll highly appreciate if you bring all litter back to towns/ cities for proper disposal.