My Travelogue of Pangarchulla Peak Trek – Renok Adventures
Posted by: Team /749
Daunting Climb of Pangarchulla Peak Trek Pangarchulla Peak Trek takes you above 15000 ft from mean sea level is usually chosen by the initiates, before attempting the higher peaks in the Himalayas, for its moderate yet challenging grade. The winter season as well as spring are both perfect for climbing although April and May are […]Read more
What should you carry on Chadar river trek?
Posted by: Dinkar Kamat /700
One of the most popular and potentially challenging treks for the winter season is the Chadar river trek in Ladakh, also known as the Chadar Frozen River trek. During the time of winters, the mighty Zanskar river freezes up to create a layer of solid ice on its surface, which is called ‘Chadar’, the only […]Read more
How’s Triund Weather in July?
One of the easiest and most beautiful treks in Himachal Pradesh, Triund is often visited by beginners and amateur adventure enthusiasts. Approximately 7 km, it does not take more than 4 hours to cover the distance one-way. Regarding Triund weather in July, the monsoon is in full swing, and it may cause some issues on […]Read more
Why choose a tour operator for educational trips for children?
Posted by: Dinkar Kamat /790
Educational trips for children have been getting quite popular among schools around the country. Leading experts in the industry have realized the importance of field trips in education. However, in order to ensure that your students receive all the benefits of educational field trips, you need to hire the best in business to plan them […]Read more
Top 10 Things to do in Jaisalmer
Posted by: Jai Govind Meena /7610
10 Things to do in Jaisalmer 1. Stay in Golden Fort of Jaisalmer Jaisalmer Fort or Sonar Quila was built in 1156 second oldest fort in Rajasthan. The sandstone Fort crowns the Trikuta Hill was built by Bhati Rajput King Rawal Jaisal and also The Golden city derives its name Jaisalmer. Jaisalmer fort is […]Read more
Why has Hemkund Sahib trek been so popular?
Most trekkers plan to combine Hemkund Sahib trek with Valley of Flowers. The 20 km trek begins from Govindghat, which is 14 km from the basecamp, Ghangaria. The last 6 km are pretty steep and lead to the Gurdwara and the beautiful Hemkund Lake. There’s also a Laxman temple built on the edge of the […]Read more
Bhrigu Lake Trek in November
Posted by: Dinkar Kamat /50
At an altitude of 14,000 feet above sea level, Bhrigu Lake trek is one of the most popular and mesmerizing journeys near the Himalayas. On the trail, you catch glimpses of the perfect blend of adventure and beauty. Throughout the trek, you feel closer to nature, and the memories you build remain with you forever. […]Read more