KASOL & KHEERGANGA
The best part of this trek is that it has a natural hot water spring on the top, so even if you are exhausted and dead tired while trekking up the hill, you have a natural remedy ready that can heal up your tired soul and can cheer you up to enjoy and explore the valley more.
TARSAR MARSAR TREK
Trekking in Kashmir is very Different from trekking anywhere else in our country. Nowhere else Do you get to trek next to such spectacular alpine lakes. On this Trek, you get to camp beside two such beautiful lakes – Tarsar and Sundarsar.
On one side is the lush green valley of Kullu — with forests, lush green grasses, and pretty flowers. On the other is the brown landscape of Lahaul, with barren mountains and almost no vegetation.
Situated in the Dooars region of the Alipurduar district, Lepchakha is located at the hilltop of Buxa surrounded by its stunning naturistic views from all around. Crossing the dense forest region of the Buxa, and covering a distance to the high hilly road, lies the small village of Lepchakha.
KASHMIR GREAT LAKES
Kashmir Great Lakes also popularly known as KGL trek is the most beuatiful trek in India. It offers wide panoramic views of the rugged mountains, turqoise alpine lakes, vast meadows. You get to explore more than seven beautiful alpine lakes which clearly describes the beauty of Kashmir.
VALLEY OF FLOWERS
Unspoiled by human invasions this piece of land lays iced up in the colder months and burst into its majestic boom on the arrival of summer. In the year 1980, the Indian government came with the Valley of Flowers National Park, and later in 2002, it was recognized as UNESCO World Heritage.
Sandakphu or Sandakpur is a mountain peak in the Singalila Ridge on the border between India and Nepal. It is the highest point of the ridge and the state of West Bengal, India.
HAR KI DOON
Har Ki Doon or Har Ki Dun is a cradle-shaped hanging valley in the Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand, India. The region is surrounded with green Bugyals. It is surrounded by snow-covered peaks and alpine vegetation.
Dayara in the local tongue refers to a circular plot of land, reflecting the hoop-shaped grassy turf of this Bugyal, margined by dark oak and maple woods and beyond the green reaches, a glowing snowline of the Bandarpoonch and other ranges.
Kedarkantha is a mountain peak of the Himalayas in Uttarakhand, India. Its elevation is 12,500 ft. The climb to the peak of Kedarkantha starts from a small village called Sankri.