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Discover Jaipur Walking

Discover Jaipur Walking

Jaipur and its surroundings have a lot to offer to visitors whether its sightseeing, dining, experiencing the unique culture or shopping. Squeezing it into your trip is not easy-but with us you can have the pleasure of customized walks at your convenience. We will show you the ‘real’ Jaipur which comprises of its people, its religions, streets and bazaars.

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White Water River Rafting in Rishikesh

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Whitewater river rafting and Rishikesh go together. The town is a mix of religion, culture, yoga and of course adventure. Rishikesh was the pioneer in introducing and popularising the sport. Blessed with the natural flow of Ganges and the various rapids therein, one is guaranteed the adrenaline rush and thrills associated with it. A perfect weekend of this rush is just what is required.

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Bhadraj Trek

Bhardaj Trek

The Bhadraj trek is a beautiful and gradual ridge walk lined with Rhododendron and Pine trees in some patches and grassy meadows in other patches. A short hike from the hustle and bustle of Mussoorie is refreshing.

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Valley of Flowers Trek

Valley of Flowers Trek

Not much needs to be said about the Valley of Flowers trek. It is one of very rare treks that has a space dedicated to it on Wikipedia and rarer still, a place among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The name rightly suggests that it is a Valley full of Flowers and the spectrum of colours on display is unreal when you go there in months between July and September. The Valley has over 300 different species of flowers that have been identified and each of these are in full bloom during the season.

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Stok Kangri Summit Climb

Stok Kangri Climb

Ladakh is a true representation of India. They say you can’t go 100 meteres in India without seeing a change in its cultural landscape… In Ladakh, you can’t go 100 meters without seeing a change in its natural landscape. And Stok Kangri is a gateway to high-altitude climbing. After all it is higher than any mountain in five continents – Africa, Antarctica, Australia, Europe and North America (almost). So if you want to test your limits and of course get bragging rights while doing so, this is the peak to summit. And once you are on top, its quite a view of the Karakoram ranges incl. the second highest peak K2.

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Mt. Shitidhar Summit Climb

Shitidhar Climb

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.

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Roopkund Trek

Roopkund Trek

The Roopkund trek is among most popular, beautiful and rewarding treks anywhere in the Himalayas. The biggest attraction of this trek is this deep sense of mystery and aura that surrounds it. Of course, the endless meadows and stunning views on route are no less of an attraction. This is a trek that has to be experienced by any and every outdoor enthusiast at least once.

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Nag Tibba Trek

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Experience the adrenaline rush like never before while trekking through dense deodar forest, vast valleys, and enjoy the panoramic breathtaking close up view of snow covered Himalayas. Be a part of a historical Himalayan trek.

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Har Ki Doon Trek

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Har Ki Doon valley is a cradle shaped hanging valley in the Garhwal Himalayas. It is surrounded by snow-covered peaks and alpine vegetation. It is among the most prominent Himalayan treks. The entry point of Jumdar glacier from where one of the most important tributaries to the Yamuna river originates. The Har ki doon trek is among the first treks in the Indian Himalayas to be explored. Its vast and uniquely shaped valleys have inspired generations to explore the region and seek further adventure.

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Dodital Trek

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Dodital, the lake with a lot of mythological history is a very happening trekking destination at the present age. Dodital is the birth place of Lord Ganesha and is said to have witnessed the beheading of the deity by Lord Shiva. A trek with a perfect blend of rapidly changing landscape among any Himalayan trek. Dodital Trek starts with rural villages bustling with activities, it then goes onto a river side camp, very thick alpine woods, a mythical lake in the middle of it and finally a camp at 13,000 ft. on green grass lands atop a meadow looking 20,000 ft. snow mountains straight in the eye. The trek is of moderate difficulty. You are looking at trekking times of 4-5 hours a day on an average. The route is well marked all along and there is no major tricky terrain.

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