What’s the route from Delhi to Chandratal?
Manali, the second most visited tourist place in the country, is a beautiful hill station located in the Himalayas. Throughout the year, thousands of trekkers and adventure seekers visit Manali to enjoy several activities along with unparalleled scenic beauty. There are also many beautiful and mesmerizing places near Manali. One of these is Chandratal. If […]Read more
Is Triund Himachal a good choice for trekking?
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The moment you hear the words Triund Himachal, it makes you visualize the majestic snow-capped Dhauladhar range. With the increasing popularity of this trekking route, some trekkers face a dilemma about finalizing a trip to Triund. Irrespective of the increasing number of tourists in the area, Triund is still the same serene, beautiful and calm […]Read more
Why plan Kedarkantha trek in October?
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Kedarkantha is an ethereal peak and is part of Garhwal Himalayas. It stands at a height of 12,500 ft and is popular as a trekking destination. According to legend, Lord Shiva meditated on top of Kedarkantha. If you’re interested in Kedarkantha trek in October, then you should read this blog. We have tried to cover […]Read more
What are the specific Chadar trek requirements?
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One of the most popular, beautiful and difficult treks in the Himalayan region, Chadar trek preparation requires you to focus on several aspects of the journey. While you need to be healthy, it’s also important to meet other Chadar trek requirements regarding weather, trekking experience and more. With some simple things to keep in mind, […]Read more
Manali Leh Jeep Safari part 1
Manali Leh Jeep Safari-My first experience By Jai Govind Meena The Manali Leh Jeep Safari was an amazing experience. We all reached Manali on the 16th of July in the morning for the Manali Leh Jeep Safari. We had breakfast and freshened up in a small hotel. We then loaded our luggage in a Qualis […]Read more
A Short History Of Trekking In The Indian Himalayas
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HISTORY OF TREKKING IN THE INDIAN HIMALAYAS DURING THE BRITISH RAJ While armies,traders and pilgrims had for many centuries explored the Himalayas, organised trekking was closely associated with the pursuit of hunting for game that gained popularity in India in the later part of the 19th century. Maharajas along with their hunting parties used to […]Read more
Overview of Leh Ladakh trip in January
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Most people think that roads in Leh-Ladakh get blocked during winter season. Though this isn’t a misconception, it’s not entirely true. While the Manali – Leh and Srinagar – Leh highways do get blocked, internal roads in the region remain open in January. These roads take you to Pangong and Nubra Valley. Heavy snowfall may […]Read more
What’s the National Flower of Uttarakhand?
The national flower of Uttarakhand, Brahma Kamal, is one of the most beautiful flowers found in the Himalayan region. A part of the Sunflower family, the scientific name of this flower is Saussurea Obvallata. A glimpse of this flower gives you a much better idea about the scenic flora in the alpine region and upper […]Read more