Soothing and lush greenery of the mountains paired with the fragrance of damp earth marks as an end of the Monsoon and a beginning of the Autumn. Thanks to the showers of the last season. October turns out as a perfect month to surrender yourself in the landscapes of the Himalayas. Witness autumn’s spectacular colors by zipping through the verdant deciduous forests, water bodies, and lush green mountains complimenting the blue skies. There cannot be a better time for trekking the Himalayas than in the month of October. The beautiful shades of sky at dusk and dawn will be an icing on the cake of your trip. To escape the monotony of everyday life, October hosts certain remarkable treks that will take all your worries at bay.
When it comes to road trips the ‘Land of High Passes, Leh-Ladakh is the place to be! Extending from the Kunlun mountain range to the Great Himalayas to the south, the mystical region of Leh-Ladakh features jaw-dropping landscapes as far as your eye can go. The emotion of riding to Ladakh irrespective of your gender is so pure that it can be understood only by bike and mountain fanatics. It is often said that road trips are the best vacation of all, and Ladakh is the mother of all road trips. A riding tour of 13 days to the ‘little Tibet’, where you are free from the cluster of the modern world, free from the traffic rules of riding and free from the extensive crowd,
Nowadays, traveling has become an exit from the mundane life and the desire to explore new, unspoiled, unblemished and natural environment is peaking. But, people still explore places like Ladakh, Goa, Kasol, etc, making these places a tourist cliché. What I mean, is that there are places in India which are worthy of your utmost admiration and exploration. And recently, a place that has caught my eyes is Northeast India. With many scintillating states that beckons travelers, nature buffs and food connoisseurs, Northeast India must be explored once in a lifetime. One such place is Nagaland, called the state of ancient tribes is so colorful and the people are so in high spirits that you will want to visit this place again and again. But to completely take
Manali, a resort town is a well-known destination for both summer and winters. Thanks to its pleasant weather, exquisite nature and wonderful people. It is a perfect hill station if you want to get away with the scorching heat of summer. In winters witness the entire city drenched in snowfall, looking just marvelous to your eyes. Not only the place is stunning, but it is also adventure packed attracting all the intrepid travelers. You will be compelled to trek in Manali once you see it with your naked eyes. The symphony of Beas River roars throughout the city, making it great for people who love the amalgamation of a hill station settled by the river. Everyone has their own reasons to visit Manali, some go to
Life beyond human form is what you feel when you reach Kailash Mansarovar passing through explicit terrains, imperial environments and fascinating vibes. The journey entices one to such a core that the strenuous climb seems a piece of cake if one is in a complete trance state to reach an altitude not achievable by many. The journey will introduce you to key attractions; a sacred Parikrama around the Mount Kailash and a holy dip in Mansarovar Lake. You will also get a chance to admire the splendorous of the blue lake Pieko-Tso and Yarlung Zangpo. Another major attraction of the yatra is Yama Dwar, the gates of the lord of death. It is a place of great religious and mythological significance. Also, the distinct four sides