Someone had aptly put that â€œtravel to lose yourself in the wilderness and let nature find the eternal you.â€
We travelled from Delhi to Jodhpur by a very convenient overnight trains- Mandor Express.
Shikhar Travels representative met us at the train station and drove us to Khimsar.
Since ages, The Great Himalayas have been the great land for trekkers and mountaineers who need a break from the humdrum of city life. Himalayan trekking for many is a part of life appetite that gives them enormous hurdles of crossing layers of the sky. One such is the Mount Friendship (5289m) high and is located in Pir Panjal range in Kulu district of Himachal Pradesh. The view of three ranges- The Great Himalayan Range, Pir Panjal Range and Dhauladhar Range from the peak of Mt. Friendship is magical.
The barren land of Kutch in Gujarat is one of the highly visited regions in Gujarat. The long stretched white sand desert may look barren, but has its own charm and magic, attracting tourists from different parts of the world. As the winter arrives, this long stretched barren land with the spectacular landscape view comes alive during the Kutch Festival every year. When the winter fog blankets the entire region, people enjoy the magical beauty by celebrating Rann Utsav. Kutch Rann Utsav is the unique and most awaited festival in Gujarat organised by the Gujarat Tourism that takes place from November to February.
Every one of us likes to go on an adventure which is not just exciting, but also soul-stirring and mind numbing. These experiences may be bold, unique and worth experiencing. Mountain climbing is an adventure sport which involves climbing some of the highest mountain peaks. It is a very tough and fun-filled sport that needs strength, metabolism and hardcore determination.
Check out some of the thrilling Mountain Expeditions which you can undertake in 2017 â€“ Continue reading Get High with the Thrilling Mountain Expeditions in 2017
The season of spring is a time when India goes colourful, and there is the fragrance of sweet Indian desserts in the air augmenting the enthusiasm of Holi. This spectacular festival of colours is an example of the devotion of a disciple and victory of love over hatred. Holi is the sign of arrival spring season and entire country switches to dance and party mode. Holi is also the time when one can taste the Indian alcohol called Bhang and forgets all the bitter experiences and reunites with friends and relatives to celebrate. Holi is celebrated in different forms like- Lath Mar Holi in Barsana, Purulia in West Bengal, Hola Mohalla in Punjab, etc. If you’re bored of celebrating Holi as usual, then check out these eccentric yet fun ways to celebrate Holi in India in 2017: