Kedar Tal (also known as Shiva’s lake) is a glacial lake in the Garhwal Himalyan region in Uttarakhand. Situated at 4,750 m/15,580 ft. the lake is surrounded by the towering peaks of Thalay Sagar (6,904 m/22,650 ft), meru (6,672 m/21,890 ft), Bhrigupanth (6,772 m/22,218 ft) among others. In the Hindu mythology the lake is considered to be Lord Shiva’s contribution to Bhagirathi (one of the sources of River Ganges).Read More »
Why do we travel? To see places. Experience different cultures. Bond with family and friends. Tick off the bucket list. Be adventurous. Discover ourselves. Different people have different reasons to travel. Whatever the reason might be, there is always an outcome during and after the travel experience, which most of[…]Read More »
SUMMER CAMPS: OUTDOOR BASED EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING PROGRAMS We have grown up with a fair share of experiencing the nature up close. Be it going for picnics with school friends or with family, short hikes or treks, swimming in ponds and lakes, nature walks and camps, safaris, rock climbing or even climbing[…]Read More »
Stok Kangri and Kang Yatse are two beautiful 6,000 m plus trekking peaks in Ladakh. Though the latter is less popular as it is a bit tougher. Climbing two 6000 m peaks back-to-back is quite a challenge and that’s something we passionate mountaineers will be doing through this expedition.Read More »
From the meadows lined with oak and pine forests to the beautiful lake of Deoria Tal to magnificent views of the snow capped peaks from Chandrashila, this trek has almost everything a Himalayan trek would have without much walking or climbing. A perfect trek for first time trekkers, families and children who want a taste of the Himalayas.Read More »
Hampta pass trek is just the ideal trek for the beginners to soak in the majestic views of the Greater Himalayas, thick pine forest, beautiful meadows, some edgy river crossings and of course the high altitude mountain pass known as Hampta pass.Read More »
The trek to Beas Kund, the source of one of the important rivers in India is one of the beautiful hikes one could take in the Himalayas. It’s a moderate trek just right for beginners, families and children who want the taste of camping in the Himalayas, bask in the green meadows, touch the snowline and glaciers under the majestic snow capped peaks and soak in the surreal beauty of the lake, Beas Kund.Read More »
Netrani is a small island in the Arabian Sea off the coast of Karnataka. Also known as the pigeon island, it is located approximately 10 nautical miles from the temple town of Murudeshwar. With clear blue waters, coral reef and rich marine life Netrani is an ideal place for scuba diving and snorkeling.Read More »
Brahmagiri Trek is one of the most popular treks in Kerala and Karnataka. The trek is inside the Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary, bordering the two states and is inhabited by large herds of elephants.
At an altitude of 1608 m, Brahmagiri peak is an ideal trek for the first time trekkers and for those who enjoy the leisurely paced hikes surrounded by natural beauty of the forest and wildlife.
Rajasthan’s jewel in the crown is its vast and untamed desert. The journey across the gateway towns of Jaisalmer and Jodhpur into the shimmering sands of Thar Desert takes you through desert forts and temple ruins, remote villages and colorful markets, countless camels and rare sights of the black buck running wild.Read More »