What is the Pantwari to Nag Tibba Trek Distance?
Posted by: Dinkar Kamat /1430
Pantwari, considered to be the basecamp for Nag Tibba trek, is a scenic village in Uttarakhand. With humble locals and several like-minded trekkers, you’ll always find this small village crowded and hospitable. Once you reach Pantwari, you start feeling the excitement of an amazing winter trek. The approximate Pantwari to Nag Tibba trek distance is […]Read more
Baralacha Pass – Gateway to Ladakh
Posted by: Jai Govind Meena /1670
Baralacha Pass Connects Lahaul to Ladakh Baralacha Pass is a high mountain pass in the Zanskar Range and connects Lahaul district in Himachal Pradesh to Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir. Baralacha La means “a pass where many roads meet.” It is situated at 4890 m ( 16, 040 ft ). It is a high plateau […]Read more
What should you know about Triund and McLeodganj altitude?
Posted by: Dinkar Kamat /4210
One of the most scenic and serene trekking destinations in Himachal Pradesh, Triund is set at 10,632 feet above sea level. Since it’s only 9 km from McLeodganj’s Main Square, it has become one of the most popular trekking routes in northern India. From McLeodganj, which is at 6,831 feet above sea level, it takes […]Read more
Overview of Leh Ladakh tour packages cost from Delhi
Posted by: Dinkar Kamat /1050
A trip to Ladakh is a dream come true for every traveller. If you’re wondering about Leh Ladakh tour packages cost from Delhi, here’s a breakdown of what you might expect. Living in an average guesthouse or budget hotel in a group in Leh-Ladakh can cost anywhere between INR 700-1000 per person per day. You […]Read more
How’s the Experience for Nag Tibba Trek in November?
Posted by: Dinkar Kamat /1870
Nag Tibba, one of the highest peaks in lower Garhwal range, is the most amazing winter trek in Uttarakhand. Forming part of Pir Panjal, Dhauladhar and Nag Tibba ranges, it literally means the Serpent’s Peak. According to legends, the mountain is home to the Serpent God, who protects the local cattle from snake bites. Therefore, […]Read more
Do you need a Triund trek map? Here’s what you need!
Posted by: Dinkar Kamat /4460
Although the last stretch of the Triund trek is steep, overall it’s an easy to moderate trek, ideal for people from all age groups. A steep ascent of more than 1,100 metres takes you on a refreshing walk through dense oak and rhododendron trees. It’s worth mentioning that with a Triund trek map, you can […]Read more
7 Life Lessons you will learn while Trekking in Himalayas
Posted by: Jai Govind Meena /13883
Trek in Himalayas isn't just a leisure pursuit simply to escape the hustle & bustle of our polluted cities. It is the way we get connected to our motherland.Read more
Preparing for Monsoon Trips for High School Students
Posted by: Dinkar Kamat /840
Monsoon is perhaps one of the best seasons to plan trips for high school students. During this period, most students have vacations, and it becomes a good time gain exposure and absorb learning experiences. However, it’s important to understand that planning educational trips for students during this period comes with its set of challenges. […]Read more