Trans Himalayas were created due to the collision of Indian plate with Eurasian plate and what a beautiful collision that was! Spiti is a Trans-Himalayan terrain bordering with Tibet at an average altitude of 4000 meters. Spiti Valley, through which the Spiti river flows, is a desert mountain valley located high in the Himalayan mountains in the north-eastern part of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The name “Spiti” means “The Middle Land”, i.e. the land between Tibet and India. Spiti valley is home to some of the oldest monasteries in the Himalayan region like Tabo monastery, Dhankar monastery, Sherkhang monastery and Kye monastery, with strong hold of Buchen Lamas in Pin Valley. It possesses a distinctive Buddhist culture similar to that found in the nearby Tibet Autonomous Region and the Ladakh region of India. Spiti can be reached by crossing Rohtang La & Kunzum La from Manali from June to October.This route remain closed in winters due to heavy snowfall. It can also be reached via Kinnaur district from Shimla almost all time of the year. Kinnaur is the land of fairy tales and fantasies, has a spectacular terrain of lush green valley, orchards, vineyards, snow clad peaks and cold desert mountains. It is a border district of Spiti. Where Ladakh remains the most famous road-trip destination among the adventure lovers across the globe, Spiti & Kinnaur offers its own unique and majestic vistas and share of ultimate adventurous terrain. You realize it pretty well when you see sign boards displaying “You are travelling on the most treacherous route of the world” In winters this route remain white and accessible which are the reasons good enough for us to organize this lifetime road trip adventure! If you can bank on our experience of exploring Himalayas then be informed that you are gonna see best of Spiti during this time of the year without facing very extreme weather. Reach Chail at 7152 FT ASL Delhi-Ambala-Shimla-Chail (337 KMS) Check in to hotel/resort Overnight stay in Chail Reach Kalpa at 9711 FT ASL Narkanda-Rampur-Reckong Peo-Kalpa (162 KMS) Check in to hotel/resort Overnight stay in Kalpa Reach Tabo at 10760 FT ASL Kalpa-Nako-Tabo (150 KMS) Check in to hotel/resort Overnight stay in Tabo …Find out more »
Ladakh!!! This word itself has something magical about it, something which generate a strong urge to visit the place and when you do it you just find yourself bound to go there again and again and again and so on. And there can be no better way to do it than a road-trip and Ladakh makes sure that this road trip becomes the most memorable, scenic and adventurous road trip you ever had or going to have! For those who have not heard this name ‘Ladakh‘ before, it is a high Himalayan region in Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir with average height of 4000 meters ASL. It is a cold desert in most of the part with such amazing vistas that people started calling it a third world. Ladakh word actually means ‘land of high passes’, there is a famous saying among Ladakhi locals that “land is so barren and passes are so high that only the best of friends and fiercest of enemies come to visit us” And this aspect of Ladakh make this land such a perfect destination for adventure lovers from all over the planet Earth. Winters in Ladakh start early in October and go on till late may as all the roads leading to the land from other parts of India remain closed due to heavy accumulation of snow but there is a good part to all this harsh winter inconvenience as well! A barren vanilla like Khardung La, Nubra under white sheet of snow and frozen Pangong Tso along with internal roads remain open for traffic and regular flights from Delhi to reach Leh, all this calls out for an awesome adventure and we are here with our most special Ladakh road trip! THE WINTER LADAKH ROAD TRIP BELOW ARE FEW SNAPS FROM OUR PREVIOUS WINTER LADAKH ROAD TRIPS Day 1 | Reach Leh & Acclimatise Reach Leh, the capital of Ladakh today Check in to hotel/guesthouse after pickup from airport Take rest & acclimatize, avoid any kind of outdoor activity Overnight stay in Leh after Dinner Day 2 | Acclimatise some more…Find out more »
BHUTAN, a quaint little country nestled in the Himalayas, surrounded by India, Nepal, and China, is every travellers’ favourite destination. From a rich culture to a clean, green environment and the disciplined, generous people- everything about Bhutan is extremely fascinating!
In this quick pace road trip we are going to explore the best of Bhutan and it's happiness.
Way to a happy and successful life goes through the healthy body and mind! Yoga is one of the most effective and ancient way of achieving healthy body & mind. While many of you already be practicing different kind of diets, exercises or even yoga on a routine basis still it can be totally different to learn or practice it in the open virgin wilds of remote Himalayas rather than closed rooms of cities! In this 3 night 4 day outdoor yoga retreat we bring to you the very basics of Yoga in the midst of wilderness of Barot in Mandi, where your mind and body will receive it the best and results will be surprising. Trust us! Barot at around 6000 ft ASL, a part of the Uhl river valley, is a small village situated in the Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh. Considered to be a diamond among the rough terrains, Barot Valley was initially developed for a hydel project over the Uhl river that has now become a rising tourist spot for travelers who have a longing for mountains. Come let us take you into a very special journey within yourself and the universe! Day 1 | Introduction to Barot & Spirituality Arrive in Barot Check in to twin sharing luxury swiss camp Meet our yoga expert for an introductory yoga session after lunch Tea/Coffee, Snacks Dinner followed by debrief Overnight stay in rooms Day 2 | UNWIND & MEDITATE Wake up - Morning Meditation Tea Breakfast at home stay followed by Asana session Group discussion followed by local lunch Tea/Coffee, Snacks Dinner followed by meditation Overnight Stay in camp Day 3| SILENT JUNGLE WALK & CAMPING UNDER THE STARS Morning Meditation Tea followed by Asana Class Breakfast Today we walk to a beautiful secluded location in the wild near a waterfall Have lunch witnessing some unbelievable vistas of Barot Valley Meditation session nearby to a small glacial water stream Tea/Coffee, Bonfire, Snacks while litsening to the stories of ancient yogis & yogic life under the stars followed by dinner Overnight Stay in the camp under the million…Find out more »