Experience, Manali to Leh Ladakh Highway Road
When it comes to road travel, Manali is celebrated first, which is celebrated with Leh journey. Riding through your cross coss terrain on your animal is something that will be captured forever in your heart. This time you are on your road trip, get a chance to explore the warm beauty of this area. Manali bike trip is always a adventures things to try before you die. With snow-covered mountains, far valleys and cool mountainous winds make it all the more exciting. As you continue your ride through the rugged terrain, you come to some of the most famous passes in Ladakh. Do wonders in terms of the amazing beauty of this area, while you land on this wonderful road trip.
Best time to travel:
The best time to travel to Ladakh from this route is from June to September. If traveling by road, then a person will take at least 2 days with enough stops for the rest.
Distance from Manali to Leh:
The distance from Manali to Leh is approximately 478 km
Leh roadmap from Manali:
Manali > Rohtang > Gramphu > Kokhsar > Keylong > Jispa > Darcha > Zingzingbar > Baralacha La > Bharatpur > Sarchu > Gata Loops > Nakee La > Lachulung La > Pang > Tanglang La > Gya > Upshi > Karu > Leh
1) By motorcycle
2) By jeep
3) by bus
4) By bicycle
Rafting and camping in Rishikesh
Find Rishikesh in all its glory and get the great outdoors experience with a great attention to planned Rishikesh camp and packaging rafting is one of most adventures things to try before death. Explore the sights and scenes of this beautiful holy city located in the foothills of the Himalayas, stay in the beautiful Red Chilly Jungle Camp located on the Badrinath Highway, 30 kilometers east of Rishikesh.
Surrounded by green pastures, many adventure games are enjoyed in the proximity of the Ganges, such as white water rafting, roping, and kayaking, rock climbing and hiking. We also offer yoga and meditation classes on the site so that you can experience the best camp in Rishikesh.
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Camping in the Thar Desert (A Night Under The Stars in the Thar Desert)
A barren land surrounded me and surrounded by a galaxy of sky above, through my thoughts as night time passes through the sense of vacuum and emptiness, the desert exposes these emotions and thousands of stars took the night sky , The universe is called aid to feel like a small imagination of dust in this vast space.
Camping is an experience in the Thar Desert, while in Jaisalmer, and many small and big travel companies conduct this day or day tour every day. Prices are more or less similar, although it is advisable that you negotiate well. You should not spend more than 1400 to 1500 rupees, depending on what you choose. Make sure that you decide how you want to camp with the organizers and check about the things involved in the cost.
Explore Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh
Spiti is a desert hill valley in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, which is rightly called Tibet of India. They are geographically considered to be somewhat north-east in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Well the name “Spiti” means “middle land” and it is quite surprising, it is the land of Tibet and India, and this is probably the reason that its very similar and intense Buddhist culture is found in Tibet And in Ladakh, the capital of Libya is situated at the edge of the Spiti River at an altitude of approximately 12,500 feet above sea level and Most romantic and Adventures Thing to try.
Road network for Spiti and Spiti is, in fact, a misleading bee maze; First of all Lahaul and Spiti are cut from Rohtang Pass (13,054 feet above sea level) with the Kullu valley, after which Lahoul and Spiti go up and forth from each The other passes at the height of an inclination of 15,095 feet above sea level by Kun-Zum. Although there are roads connecting Lahoul and Spiti near Kun-Zum, again due to snow fall the road is cut for the main year.
Double Decker Living Root Bridge (Cherrapunjee)
Traveling from Cherrapunji for the purpose of visiting Nongriate’s Tree Route Bridges. It was highly recommended at the advice of my hostel that it was necessary for the need to have a home in Nongrith overnight for various route bridges. Traveling from Cherrapunji for the purpose of visiting Nongriate’s Tree Route Bridges is one of the most experience thing to try before die.
On the next advice of fellow travelers it was suggested that more remote houses can be found in a nearby village manteng (a 20-minute walk along a forest path) compared to the people of Nongrett, where a small homestay Was established (only 4 beds). I was very happy to live in Veronica (Self-Help Group Homestay) and supported a local village and was working hard to establish the Homestay business for several reasons. First of all, Veronica and her family were excellent and friendly for local villagers and children.
Valley of Flowers National Park, Uttrakhand, India
The Valley of Flowers in the Western Himalayas is a vibrant and spectacular National Park. Nestled in Uttarakhand, this attractive place is famous for the beautiful grass of alpine flowers. Ended with a diverse range of spatial vegetation, it is beautiful in beauty. You can see animals such as Asian Black Deer, Snow Leopard, Musk Deer, Red Fox, Brown Bear, and Blue Sheep. This charming valley is spread high in the high Himalaya of Garhwal region. Legends believe that from where Hanuman collected Sanjivani Woody for the treatment of Laxman. There is a flowering pasture, mountainous flow and beautiful background.
Location of Valley of Flowers
Valley of Flowers is located 300 Kms from Rishikesh, near Badrinath. You need to Travel by Road till Govindghat and from there the trek to Valley of Flowers starts. Govindghat is 20 Kms before Badrinath. Till Govidghat there is a motor-able Road. Rishiksh is 6 Hours Drive from New Delhi, India.
Holi in Vrindavan and Mathura
Holi is celebrated in almost every part of India, while Holi is particularly famous in Braj, Braj is a historical area, which includes Mathura, Vrindavan and some surrounding areas. Holi attracts tourists and pilgrims from around the world for their unique customs and traditions. Mathura is the birthplace of Lord Krishna, and Vrindavan is where he grew up in his childhood. Holi in vrindavan is one of the greatest thing that i want to do before death.
When Krishna was small, he told his mother about Radha (his friend) was fair, while Krishna himself was dark. His mother (Yashoda) suggested to make them colorful with color. Over the years, Krishna used to go to Radha and other Gopi colors from his village Nandgaon to Barasa (village of Radha). They also beat him with sticks from the game. And so the tradition has evolved.
Traveling in North East India
Northeast India has been geographically and culturally separated from the rest of India and it has its boundary from Bhutan, China (Tibet), Bangladesh and Myanmar. In the northeast there are 7 sister states – Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, and Tripura, which are with different cultures, tribes, languages, food and scenes, which are just heaven for the fearless explorers! Sikkim, a beautiful hill state on top of West Bengal, is slightly different from rest but still is part of the North East India adventure.