Review: Apple Garden, Pulga 

Looking forward to holidaying in Pulga, Himachal Pradesh? Apple Garden could be your dream spot to stay and chill. Upon entering the Pulga village, you are greeted by a number of cafés on your way across this tiny village. These, coupled by a few homestays, are Pulga’s only means of accommodation and food for travellers. Once into the main village, take a left up-hill. A climb of about 50 mtrs would bring you to the Apple Garden. 

Apple Garden might look like a routine café to the regulars in Parvati Valley but a stay guarantees to distinguish it from the rest. 
The main building is a customary wooden house with a beautifully embellished café. It provides splendid views and can accommodate medium to large groups. Rooms, with tandoor and without, are available at nominal rates. The magnificient wooden house here features a naturally adorned garden in vicinity. If you’re not the one who favours room, go for the deluxe camp. Enjoy warmth of bonfire just outside the camps holding your coffee cup with frozen fingertips. This entire property is layered with a blanket of snow in winter months making the entire scenery breath-takingly delightful. 
Food menu is great, carefully crafted with a vivid amalgam of Indian, Chinese, Mexican, Italian and Israeli cuisines. White penne tastes amazing, so does the cold coffee (if dark is your thing, definitely go for it). 
Apple Garden is a deserving drop in your backpacking-bucket list. Your host to-be at Apple Garden, Pankaj, is a brilliant guide himself for affairs relating to Pulga and around. So if you happen to hit Parvati, you now know a place to definitely go. 

About Pulga: 
Pulga is a small village nestled on one of the narrow ridges of Parvati Valley. It is blessed with unmatched serene beauty. If you’re looking for a run from the heavy crowds of Kasol, your search for a peaceful destination ends here; Pulga is a bliss. 

How to reach : Pulga has to be trekked on foot from Barshaini which is the last point on road network in Parvati valley. Barshaini is a 2 hour drive from Bhuntar Airport via Kasol. It can be reached by Himachal Road Transport Buses or by private coaches.