Trekking near Delhi

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Trekking is something like an interaction with nature. If the mountain is the Himalayan range, then nothing like it. It is a lifetime experience to trek around Himalayas.

Trekking near Delhi mostly means trekking to Garhwal Himalayas or around the Shivalik base and one should not miss any opportunity if they get one. Here are some fantastic plans coming up in the next few months.

Kasol & Kheerganga Trip: This trip starts from 20th July and ends on 24th July and the entire trip are organized by the ‘ItourBeat’. One has to book their seats by paying a registration amount of Rs 7000. This is a two nights, three days trip and the first night is stayed in Kasol and the next night is in Kheerganga. The travel kit includes the hotel accommodations, breakfasts and dinners, travelling on a Volvo bus from Delhi to Delhi via Kasol and local sightseeing like Manikaran, Parvati River, Chala, Kasol Cafe and market. Trekking at Kheerganga will take you through a breathtaking route and one can get to see a lot of waterfalls and a stunning view of the Himalayas. There is also an arrangement of complementary bonfire and music night at Kheerganga on the second night. Remember, this trip does not include personal meals and other expenses, monument and camera entry fees, any other adventure activity and medical expenses.

Mcleodganj & Triund Trip: This trip starts from 20th July and ends on 24th July. This again is organized by the ‘ItourBeat’ and one can book their seats by paying an amount of Rs 6500. This trip payment includes travelling by Volvo bus from Delhi to Delhi via Dharamshala, two nights and three days accommodation (in which one night is at Triund Camp), breakfasts and dinners and local sightseeing like Namgayal monastery, Dalai Lama’s House, Tibetan House, St John’s Church, Bhagsu Fall and temple. Trek to Triund is also included in this package but if one wants to do paragliding, and then it is chargeable and optional. Lunch is not a part of this tour package and other personal expenses are also not included. Monsoon has a different take on this place. The ecstatic view around will mesmerise you and rains will not be a spoiler.

Deo Tibba Base Camp: This one starts from 18th August and will end on 22nd August. The trip is entirely organized by the ‘Eighty Degree Adventure Sports’. One has to book the ticket by paying an amount of Rs 9000. Thus Deo Tibba base trek is one of the most beautiful treks in the Manali region. The landscape is full of alpine forests, moraines, waterfalls and some high altitude lakes. From the trek, one can get to see he snow clad peaks of the Deo Tibba Range and of Indrasan. This is a must for those who are regular trekkers. The people registering for this trek need to reach Manali by 17th August as the trek starts day after.

Be a part of one of these wonderful trek journeys and gather experience.

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