Film shooting in Harsil We arrange for all entry permits, accommodation, local transportation & gathering of people, tour escorts, porters, and helpers; so that you just concentrate only on film making - leaving all logistics arrangements upon us
A hidden jewel near Gangotri Dham, Harsil is a serene Himalayan hamlet surrounded by snow-clad mountains, pine forests and apple orchards.
Nearest helipad: Harsil civil helipad
Popularly referred to as the mini Switzerland of India, time seems to have stopped in this poetic hill-station dotted with traditional houses and ancient temples. A paradise for nature-lovers, Harsil also offers many opportunities for thrill-seekers, such as trekking and hiking. The landscape is nourished by the Bhagirathi river. Harsil is known for its apple orchards.
This was the place where legendary filmmaker Raj Kapoor had shot parts of his super-hit movie Ram Teri Ganga Maili.
Best time to visit Harisl is April to June and September to October is the best time to visit Harsil. In winter, it receives heavy snowfall.