August Trips

 

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3 days
25th August to 27th August

6400 /-

Trek to Beas Kund

Beas Kund is a high altitude glacial lake situated at an altitude of 3600 meters above the sea level. The trek to Beas Kund is one of the most popular and beautiful treks in Himachal Pradesh. The trek starts from and ends at a small village, Dundhi which is located near solang nala. The difficulty level of this trek is moderate and is suitable for people who have done atleast one trek before and beginners as well. The trek offers amazing views of glaciers, valleys, lush green meadows and snowcapped peaks such as Shitidhar, Friendship peak, Deo Tibba, Indrasan, Hanuman Tibba, etc.

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3 days
25th August to 27th August

6400 /-

Trek to Bhrigu Lake

Bhrigu Lake is a high altitude sacred lake situated at an altitude of 4300 metres in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. The lake is oval shaped and lies near the Rohtang pass. The lake got its name from a sage named Bhrigu. According to locals, the sage Bhrigu used to meditate near the lake and that is why the lake became sacred. The trek begins from a point called Chaudda Morh, which is around 20 km from Manali. The trek passes through virgin forests, large meadows, mountain ridges and finally one gets to see the lake.

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2 days
25th August to 27th August

5700 /-

Parashar Lake Trek

Parashar lake is a sacred lake located on the top of a hill near the Baggi village in the Mandi district. The lake is situated at a height of 2730m above sea level and it is dedicated to Sage Parashar. There is a temple situated near the lake and is believed to be built in the 13th century. The lake houses a floating island which keeps changing its position time to time. With many stories doing the round few believed that it hasn’t shifted for the past three months and with the help of island shifts locals can predict weather conditions and can be prepared for worse. According to locals, it is said that the water level of the lake has been maintained for centuries now. There is no water source to the lake. The lake is surrounded by snow laden peaks of Himachal Pradesh most of the time of the year. One can have clear views of mighty peaks such as Indrasan, Deo Tibba, etc. It is one of the few weekend treks from Delhi and Chandigarh.

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9 days
26th August to 03rd September

35000 /-

Bike Road Trip To Spiti Valley

Spiti Valley is a vast cold desert mountain valley located in Himalayas in the north-eastern part of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The word "Spiti" depicts "The Middle Land", which means it is the land between India and Tibet. The subdivisional headquarters or capital of this valley is Kaza, which is situated near the Spiti River at an elevation of around 3,800 meters. There are two routes by which one can reach Spiti, which are from Manali via Rohtang and Kunzum Pass and from Shimla via Hindustan Tibet highway, which is often considered one of the most treacherous road. Being one of the remotest regions of India which remains blocked for most of the year is ideal for Wravelers looking to explore places. A circular 9 days road trip can be the best way to explore this amazing place called Spiti.

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9 days
26th August to 03rd September

28400 /-

Bike Road Trip to Leh Ladakh

Leh, a high-desert city in the Himalayas, is the capital of the Leh region in northern India’s Jammu and Kashmir state. Originally a stop for trading caravans, Leh is now known for its Buddhist sites and nearby trekking areas. A bike road trip to this region is considered among the best adventure experiences that one can have. On this road trip, one gets to experience bike riding on some of the world’s highest passes such as Khardung La, Tang Lang La, Bara Lacha La, etc. Apart from high passes, there are other attractions such as Ladakhi culture, Serene Lakes like Pangong Tso, Magnificent valleys like Nubra valley and much more. There are uncountable experiences that one can have during this 9 days road trip. 

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9 days
26th August to 03rd September

23000 /-

9 days road trip to Leh Ladakh from Manali

Leh, a high-desert city in the Himalayas, is the capital of the Leh region in northern India’s Jammu and Kashmir state. Originally a stop for trading caravans, Leh is now known for its Buddhist sites and nearby trekking areas. Massive 17th-century Leh Palace, modeled on the Dalai Lama’s former home (Tibet’s Potala Palace), overlooks the old town’s bazaar and mazelike lanes.

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9 days
26th August to 03rd September

22500 /-

Road Trip To Spiti Valley

Some people say it takes a certain amount of madness to go on a trip like this and we agree with those people. Spiti one of the remotest region of India which remains blocked for most of the year is ideal for Wravelers looking to explore places. Spiti Valley is a vast cold desert mountain valley located in Himalayas in the north-eastern part of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The word "Spiti" depicts "The Middle Land", which means it is the land between India and Tibet. The subdivisional headquarters or capital of this valley is Kaza, which is situated near the Spiti River at an elevation of around 3,800 meters. There are two routes by which one can reach Spiti, which are from Manali via Rohtang and Kunzum Pass and from Shimla via Hindustan Tibet highway, which is often considered one of the most treacherous road. Being one of the remotest regions of India which remains blocked for most of the year is ideal for Wravelers looking to explore places. A circular 9 days road trip can be the best way to explore this amazing place called Spiti.

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5 days
30th August to 03rd September

9800 /-

Valley of Flower Trek

Valley of Flowers is a vast valley settled in the vicinity of Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve. The entire valley is rich in biodiversity and lies in the transition zone between the Greater Himalayas and Zanskar Range. The valley was discovered by a legendary mountaineer, Frank Smythe in 1931 while he was returing back after his successful summit of Mt. Kamet. The best time to visit Valley of Flowers is in the months of July and August when the blooming of flowers is at peak. Around 300 species of wild flowers bloom during this season. The prominent species are Brahmakamal, Blue Poppy, Cobra Lily Anemone, Geranium, Marsh Marigold & Prinula. Apart from wide range of flora, the park is also home to animals such as Himalayan Black Bear, Brown Bear, Snow Leopard, Red Foxes, Himalayan Tahrs, Musk deer and Monals.  Also the valley has to offer much more than flowers. There are waterfalls, glaciers, towering mountains, gushing rivers and quaint villages. The trek to Valley of Flowers begins from a small village Govindghat located 22 km from Joshimath. The added advantage of doing Valley of Flowers trek is that one can also trek upto a highly revered Sikh gurudwara called Hemkund Sahib. The gurudwara is situated at an altitude of 15200 feet and can be reached by a moderate trek of 7 km.

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