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EASY HIMALAYAN TRACKS TO DO

EASY HIMALAYAN TRACKS TO DO

INTRODUCTION The Himalayas are home to the highest peaks in the world.They extend across China, Nepal, Bhutan, and India.. Although Everest is the most prominent mountain, there are many others that stand out. They have unique characteristics and can't be duplicated anywhere else in the world. This is especially true when you look at the mountains west of the Indus, such as the Pamirs and the Hindu Kush. you can also visit Dayara Bugyal Trek. This country is a wonderful place to be born. We all have dreamed of trekking in the Himalayas at some point in our lives. Some…
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North Goa’s comprehensive travel blog

North Goa’s comprehensive travel blog

Goa - A Perfect Holiday Destination Goa, though the smallest Indian state, is also the most interesting. The state is small but it's still a great place to visit. There are many things to do in Goa: nightlife, beaches, spas, and a wide range of fauna and flora. The state's coastal border does not prevent it from being home to mountains full of greenery.You can also visit south goa sightseeing. Goa is an extremely small state. However, it is possible to find its many miles by choosing a direction. Goa can be broken into two parts. North Goa and South…
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Rupin Pass: The Tale of Two Backpackers: An epiphanic Adventure

Rupin Pass: The Tale of Two Backpackers: An epiphanic Adventure

INTRODUCTION: It is very exciting to trek the majestic Uttarakhand Himalayas mountains. One of these is the Rupin Pass Trek. We love the incredible trails we take through forests and the snow-covered plains. Rupin Pass, which was the next item on our bucket lists after our Roopkund Trek was completed, is finally something we can fulfill this May. This trek would mark our first crossing of a pass. So the excitement is higher. Day 1: Dehradun - Dhaula On the 24th of May 2016, we started our trek from Dehradun towards Dhaula, where the base camp for this trek is…
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The Best Snow Treks in the Himalayas

The Best Snow Treks in the Himalayas

INTRODUCTION: What comes to mind when you think about tracking in India? Long trails, snowy mountains, majestic nature, and beautiful flora & fauna. The Himalayas is the best place to see all of it. The Himalayas offer a challenging and easy way to track, whether you are a beginner or an experienced tracker. The Himalayas are the youngest mountain range, and home to S Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world. These are some of the most loved no-tricks in the Himalayas. 1. Sar Pass Trek Sar Pass Trek is located within the Parvati valley of Kullu district in…
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Manual for Jaisalmer camp

Manual for Jaisalmer camp

INTRODUCTION: Men wear vibrant Pagdis (turbans) at night, while women are dressed in formal Ghagra Cholis that collapse with their hands in Namaste. You are indeed being asked to go to Jaisalmer, the heaven of Jaisalmer. The deserts of Rajasthan can offer you a variety of encounters. This is an extinct guide to Jaisalmer Camping in its best. You can also do it parasailing in jaisalmer. The Thar Desert is located in Rajasthan-Jaisalmer's westernmost region. The desserts are one curtail to visitors' civic neighbourhoods in Jodhpur or Bikaner. Although a significant number of them visit here during the Jaisalmer awareness…
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Pangarchulla Peak Trek – Plan the Unplanned

Pangarchulla Peak Trek – Plan the Unplanned

INTRODUCTION: To reach the breathtaking peak, trek through the difficult ridge at 15,069 feet. The Nanda Devi Sanctuary is a stunning visual treat with an ever-changing scenery. You will be able to enjoy the stunning views of the valleys and mountains as well as the lush forests. OVERVIEW: The Lord Curzon circuit is home to the Pangarchulla Peak Trek. It is one of the most popular treks in Garhwal Himalayas. The top is often covered in snow and alpine terrain. The snowy treats will make your winter excursion to Pangarchulla Peak memorable. These paves are surrounded by stunning snow-capped scenery,…
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