Activities in Malari
As Malari is a small hamlet in the remotest part of Chamoli district, there is not much sightseeing and places of interests to explore, part from the natural beauty. However, one can get a glimpse of the majestic Himalayan peak of Dronagiri which is believed to be the place from where Hanuman brought Sanjivani to cure Laxmana. Niti village is one of the last villages on the Indo-Tibetan border.
Village Tourism: Malari is one of the few lesser known hamlets and one of the remotest villages in Uttarakhand. One can explore the beautiful village learn about their rustic way of life, customs and beliefs. The village is inhabited by Indo-Mongolian Bhotia tribes.
Hiking: There are many villages in and around Malari where one could hike along with friends. Niti village is the last village on the Indo-Tibetan border and is situated 18 kms from Malari.
Staying in Malari
Finding an accommodation in Malari could be little difficult as Malari is one of the remotest village located on the Indo-Tibetan border. There are few budget guesthouses at Malari. Trekkers traveling to Malari should carry camping equipments with them as they would have to camp out in the open due to unavailability of guesthouses.
Malari Food Guide
Apart from few tea stalls serving snacks, there are no restaurants or eating joint at Malari. One has to keep in mind Malari is more of a migration village and remains under thick snow in winters. In addition to that, one can try authentic Garhwali cuisine if one is able to find a roadside dhaba serving the Pahadi dishes. Keep in mind, there are no fancy restaurants at Malari.