Rasta is the top traveller hang-out for, well, practically anything we tried. Service is friendly, and the space is bright and airy with pine tables and cane chairs or low-table cushion seating. And plenty of reggae…
Sulphur-laden hot springs are channelled into small public baths inside the compound of Vashisht Mandir. The three-level wood-and-stone temple within appears to be new but encases a far older carved stone shrine: pe…
This rooftop restaurant has great valley views from its expansive patio, plus an inside room with low tables and floor cushions. The kitchen does a decent job on a wide-ranging international menu.
Just where the road ends, this old faithful fulfills all your carrot cake, apple pie and cinnamon roll requirements. It does decent coffee, shakes, breakfasts and momos too. Bookshop upstairs.
The sikhara-style Rama temple, up a few steps from the Vashisht Mandir, has old stone carvings on its exterior and a wooden canopy above.
This school, built over a stream, is a key landmark on the walk from Vashisht to Jogini waterfalls.
The tables are scrappy and the murals a little mix-and-match but the views are some of the best of all the Vashisht traveller cafes.