Traveling solo from Delhi to Reckong Peo in HRTC buses
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This Hidden Village In Sainj Valley Is Straight Out Of Alice In Wonderland!
To Spiti by public transport
Reckong Peo... A Snow Wonderland...
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A Step By Step Guide To India's Last Village, Chitkul!
Is that a painting? Neah, Its Himachal
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Trek to Chandratal Lake
A not on map treehouse in jibhi #colourgreen
I will share the contact number of Jaswant bhaiya ). the river just below it the authentic Himachali food served... all smiles one can just sit back and relax and rejuvenate and just do nothing in this treehouse. jibhi waterfall how scenic this place is.. the treehouse in the backdrop favourite animal :)) chenni kothi.. but if you really wanna explore it then visit the jibhi waterfall which is just 1km from this property, apart from this visiting Chenni kothi is highly recommended. since its hidden amidst the jungle on a hill which is not visible easily one has to hike for half a kilometre to reach the tower. the tower has withstood the major earthquake that has taken the life of 10 thousand people in Himachal Pradesh in 1905. though the tower is not well maintained but I would still recommend to visit it because of its sheer architecture. apart from this one can visit the Jalori pass and serolsar lake. according to me Jalori pass is highly overrated but the route from jibhi to Jalori pass is quite scenic so one can hire a bike and head towards it. the trek to serolsar lake starts from Jalori pass and is an easy trek. enroute jalori pass how scenic...isnt it some very important points to consider related monetary expenses 1.the cost of bus from Delhi to Aut is 1200 per person one side 2. from Aut till gushaini one can take an hrtc bus which will cost you only 50-60 but a private taxi will charge upto 1200 bucks 3. in gushaini one can find a lot of homestays in the range of 1100-1800 for 2 people. 4.from gushaini till banjar one can take an hrtc bus which will cost you around 20 bucks or take a private taxi that will cost you around 300-400 bucks or one can hitch hike and travel free;). 5. from banjar one can take an hrtc bus till jibhi which will cost you around 20-30 bucks and a private taxi will charge you upon 300-400 bucks. 6. in jibhi there are plenty of homestays and beautiful cottages but if one wants to stay in a truly magical property then please click the link ;)) it costed us around 2500 per night including breakfast. 7. in jibhi one can rent a bike at 1200 per day since there are not much options available for renting a bike there so it is highly recommended that one comes in their personal vehicle that will reduce the overall expense to a larger extent. overall the expenses per person was roughly around 7500 including everything.......
Winter Escape to Manali
Backpacking across Spiti Valley
Divine Dharamshala - the abode of god. H.H Dalai Lama #mcleodganj #TriundTrek #dharamshalastadium
Spectacular Indian Borders
Trip to the Winter Wonderland of India - Spiti Valley
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Tripping in the magic of Parvati Valley!
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UNEXPLORED HIMACHAL PRADESH - PALAMPUR
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Chandratal Lake: A Himalayan Gem
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This easy trek in Sainj Valley of Himachal is straight out of a dreamland
Monastery stay at Spiti Valley & Exploring the cold desert
A Short Getaway to Parvati Valley, Himachal
This was my initiation trip to the valley, the idea was to stay at Kasol and explore the area around, and then travel up to Barsheni and trek to Tosh and the hot water spring at Kheerganga but owing to the rain and weather conditons we decieded to stay an extra day at Tosh and reserved Kheerganga for another time. 9th October: 21:00 PM- Started from Delhi The plan was made over chai at the Kashmere gate bus station, and owing to the time and budget constraints we decieded to take the Ordinary HRTC bus to Bhuntar....
Short city break -Mandi
Unexplored Lamdal - trek to hidden 7 Lakes
And i was Like 'Never say no to Mountains' - i am always in Arrival at Chamba : I started my Journey from Chandigarh to Chamba in Hrtc bus the most adventerous way to explore the mountains. the bus Route was : Chandigarh - Una - Pathankot - Banikhet - Chamba It's a journey of around 10hrs Covering all the mountains, Serpentine & twisting Roads for more than hours giving a feel that it can fall of the edge at any moment....