The Essential Spiti & Kinnaur jeep safari begins at Shimla and takes you through the stunning and graphic valleys of the Sutlej, Baspa, Spiti, Pin and Chandra rivers and up and over the majestic Rohtang and Kunzum passes.Read More »
Spiti means “The Middle Land”, i.e. the land between Tibet and India.
The Spiti Valley is a desert mountain valley which is located high in the Himalaya Mountains in the north-eastern part of Himachal Pradesh in India.
Kanamo in Spitian language literally translates into, “The Black Mountain”. The villages from where the peak is visible are located on the south side of this peak, from their location the mountain appears to be black in colour, and that is why it got its name. Kanamo also means mountain that has a lot of snow, if one were to reach the top and view the glacier on the north face, the second interpretation is quite appropriate too. The name doesn’t do entire justice to this friendly and beautiful peak, as it is black only in colour and not in spirit.Read More »
India is blessed with snow covered mountains in the north, temple towns at the south, dense forests to the east that are full of rare flora and fauna and unending long captivating deserts at the west. Would you want to go on a ride with us on a Royal Enfield, Triumph or a Harley Davidson and see these fabulous locations? Ride with fellow bikers and forge a bond of brotherhood.Read More »
Himachal treks are known for their unbroken greenery and vast valleys. The terrain makes it easier to build roads deep into the Himalayas therefore it is easier to reach high altitude mountains in significantly lesser time. Our expedition to Mt. Shitidhar gets you the first taste of snow boots and feather jackets, climbing ropes and ice-axes in this adventurous Himalayan expedition for beginners and less experienced.Read More »