Bangalore · India · Karnartaka · Trek

Why Kumara Parvatha should not be your first trek

What comes to your mind when you are planning for a trek in a group: Mesmerizing views, Interacting with locals, Understanding local place, Interesting group to chit-chat with, Team activities; well if you are hoping that you will be able to get anyone of these if you going to Kumara Parvatha then you might be disappointed.… Continue reading Why Kumara Parvatha should not be your first trek

Bangalore · India · Karnartaka

Hampi: A perfect getaway from Bangalore

The fascinating ruins of the 15th Century city of Vijaynagar, near the village of Hampi, are set in an extraordinary landscape of giant granite boulders, lush paddies and banana plantation. Hampi is not just famous for its ruins but hippies from all over the world come to hippie Island in Hampi to relax. Hampi is… Continue reading Hampi: A perfect getaway from Bangalore

Himachal · India · Spiti

Day 7: Kaza to Chandratal Lake Crossing Kunzum Pass

This was probably the most exciting day of the trip and as I already mentioned these landscape from Kaza to Chandratal is one of the reason why you should start the spiti trip from Shimla. Kaza to Chandratal is around 90 KM and it will take you around 4 hours to reach Chandratal. We wanted… Continue reading Day 7: Kaza to Chandratal Lake Crossing Kunzum Pass

Himachal · India · Spiti

Day 6: Wandering around Kaza covering Hikkim Komic and Langza

Kaza-Hikkim-Komic-Langza-Kaza is another circuit apart from Ki-Kibber-Gette-Tashigang from Kaza that you should visit in Spiti Valley. While Komic claims to be the world's highest motorable road, Hikkim and the world's highest post office in world, and Langza is known for the presence of a big, 1000 year old Lord Buddha statue. There are 2 ways to… Continue reading Day 6: Wandering around Kaza covering Hikkim Komic and Langza