I visited this place (Chander Taal campsite of Paeasol) as part of a women's only group tour. Had a wonderful greeting from the manager in charge during the day, who with his witty humor and welcoming attitude made us feel real comfortable even though we were worn out by the long and difficult drive from Kaza. Until evening it was going well, but the problem started at post dinner bonfire when a brawl started between our car drivers and the night shift manager's brother-in-law, all in inebriated state. Soon after a huge physical fight ensued and after some time, even though the drivers retreated out of respect for the ladies in the group, the brother-in-law continued with the most chosen verbal abuses for almost an hour until some of us had to go out of the tent and confront him. All this while the manager's relative continued his drunken blabber and threat that he will go inside every guest's camp to locate and beat the driver who dared hitting him. It was almost 10pm and we were literally scared by his behavior. To our utter surprise, the manager in charge simply failed to control his relative. Even after being confronted by the ladies, they didn't stop and continued the drunken abuse for another hour, until 11:30pm. We were scared to leave our tents even for toilet. We were a group of 13 ladies and 4 male car drivers. Imagine what would it be like if there was a small family with babies and elders. Suggest people to think twice before making a booking, especially in a place like this where basic amenities and services (phone network, water, medical facilities etc.) are so scarce and our health and safety are entirely entrusted upon the manager in charge. Another con, the larger tents with beds have multiple holes in them, causing continuous air flow through the tent and as a result they are extremely cold. So make sure you stay in one of the smaller tents, which are new and cozy.