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We started our trek with a hearty breakfast. The next stop we took was the Rudranag Waterfall. The beautiful waterfall was situated right next to a temple. After this the trek gets a tad bit difficult. We managed to reach the top with a good pace. On reaching, the view was incredible, we were surrounded by surreal mountains on all sides. With the help of our guides, we pitched our tents near the hot spring and took a relaxing bath. The water was amazing. I felt completely relaxed. My dad and I fell silent. The first dip in that boiling water was extremely peaceful. I roamed around, scouting for a location to take good photos of the night sky, and found that the place was completely packed. At least 50 people had no place to stay. They had to sleep in the restaurants and Cafes. As the sun went down right in between the mountains, creating different hues on the mountains that surrounded us, the real party started. Unfortunately I wasn't able to see the milky way but the Stars gave us a feeling that I can't possibly convert into words. But, our peace wasn't long-lived after a group of 'cool' 'men' decided to start a fire behind our tent. They were screaming and shouting at the top of their lungs. Alcohol made matters worse. I felt this weird rage inside myself which wanted to teach them a lesson but I decided otherwise. Kheer ganga is a HOLY place, a place of religious significance to many. Please do NOT disturb the sanctity of the place. It is not a lounge, not the best place to play loud music. But, the best part was the attitude of the locals. I talked to the locals and they too were hurt to see what was happening to their home. Ignoring those idiots, we sang prayers for a few hours and slepy in our tents.
Tirthan Valley is located right at the edge of The Great Himalayan National Park (Himachal Pradesh), and provide numerous trekking options into the park and not much commercialization. It’s perfect for people seeking for tranquil however it could be a good option for adventure lovers as well. Lush green valley some awesome views of snow covered mountains. Tirthan Valley is known as famous for river crossing, Trout Fishing and Trekking. Jaroli Pass and Serloskar Lake are the few trekking options.Not much food and accommodation options available here, mostly homestays are available and few hotel/resort options. There are almost no restaurants, to you have to eat at the place you are staying.550 Kms from Delhi, takes around 13-14 hours to cover the Distance. The HPTDC Bus journey to Aut is an overnight journey from Delhi and from it can be reached via taxi in one hour.Recommended Duration: 4 Days
Kullu, in Himachal Pradesh, has a lot to serve nature lovers. The first thing they can do is visit the mesmerisingly beautiful and majestic Great Himalayan National Park, which is home to more than 375 flora species and a plethora of fauna, all protected by the law and the herculean Himalayas. Kullu's abundant nature can also prove to be quite luxurious and rejuvenating. For instance, the hot water springs of Manikaran, Vashisht and Kheerganga, all provide picturesque views of the mountains and meadows all around, giving you an experience like no other. A hub for adventure sports, one can enjoy paragliding, white water rafting, river crossing, rock climbing, skiing and snow boarding here. Popular treks ranging from easy to strenuous here are to Solang Valley and Pin Parbati Pass. Kullu has a variety of cuisines for one to choose from, but if you wish to get a taste of the authentic Himalayan dishes and delicacies, Dham is the place for you. For Indian and multi-cuisines, Valentino's Cooking with Herbs, Sapna Sweets and Chinda ka Dhaba are well known among tourists. Kullu comes alive with colours and lights during the festival Dussehra, celebrated in the month of October.
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