A rather sought-after trek in the Ladakh region, the Markha Valley trek route does not disappoint anyone! It spills the chance to ascend the top of two very high passes, Gandala La (4800 m) & Kongmaru La (5150 m) and lets you feast your eyes on stunning sights from the summit. You also come across the charming Markha Village that is a trove in this cold semi-arid terrain of Ladakh. Other delights include witnessing the way of life of the region, crossing several streams and rivers and enjoying a trail through remote gorges and unbridled grazing grounds.
Imagine pristine clean beaches and beautiful hidden waterfalls. Moreover, imagine two days of a flawless life. That’s what the stunning landscape of Gokarna has in store for you. Gokarna trip is popular for its laid-back, unspoiled and rustic nature, it has been one of the most popular trip spots in India for a decade. A well-known peninsula on the border of Karnataka. Gokarna is a classic example of the perfect kinda blend- coasts, exotic landscapes clubbed with the hippie madness.
Not many places in the country boast of UNESCO World Heritage tag, but Hampi tour packages will show you why this is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with ancient ruins. The famous city of Hampi was the capital of the Vijayanagar realm in the fifteenth century a few records also suggest that it was the second biggest city on the planet around them. However, following hundreds of years to the present it dropped out of significance, and it allows the tourists to investigate the vestiges of a ton of sanctuaries and different structures spread in Hampi. The landscape around Hampi is as puzzling as the vestiges itself – since the tourist attraction is encompassed by stones of various sizes, and one can go to the highest point of them with a little push to get an astonishing perspective of the whole city and the geology.
Not many places in the country boast of UNESCO World Heritage tag, but Hampi tour packages will show you why this is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with ancient ruins. The famous city of Hampi was the capital of the Vijayanagar realm in the fifteenth century a few records also suggest that it was the second biggest city on the planet around them. The landscape around Hampi is as puzzling as the vestiges itself – since the tourist attraction is encompassed by stones of various sizes, and one can go to the highest point of them with a little push to get an astonishing perspective of the whole city and the geology.
Kaas Plateau also known as the "Kaas Pathar" is situated in the Western Ghat’s Sahyadri range, 22 km from Satara city in the state of Maharashtra, India. The name Kaas originates from Kaasa tree. As the leaves of this tree mature, they turn from green to red. During the flowering season from mid –August to October, almost every inch of the plateau is bedecked with flowers of various colors and sizes. In fact, recently, Kaas plateau has been declared as a “Biodiversity World Heritage Site” by The United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) due to the floral diversity found here. Kaas Lake, which is surrounded by a dense forest, lies between Sajjangad fort and the Kanher Dam. Kaas plateau has more than 850 different species of flowers and other plants including Orchids, Karvy and even carnivorous plants such as Drosera Indica.
Embark on this Waterfall rappelling and trekking and taste the massive dose of a delightful adventurous experience with your friends or loved ones. Rappelling will be tiring. You would be required to trek to waterfalls and then descend with mountaineering equipment, and the technical team will help you. Rappelling is an adventure sport that requires mental strength and physical endurance.
Goa is a place famous for its picturesque locations and famous tourist attractions. Amongst them, do not miss visiting one of the most famous waterfalls in Goa- the Dudhsagar waterfalls. It hosts a four-tiered waterfall, Dudhsagar Falls located on the Mandovi River. It is amongst India's tallest waterfalls with a height of 1017 ft. and an average width of 30 meters. Experience Dudhsagar trek and make an unforgettable journey to the waterfall. Trek till you reach the waterfall and enjoy quality time in the lap of nature. Packed breakfast and lunch would be provided.
A thrilling adventure in the mountain peaks of the Sahyadri range, this trek to Harishchandragad will take you along a fairly demanding route, making it perfect for trekkers with some prior experience. After a fairly gradual climb in the initial part of the trek, you'll make your way over steep inclines to reach the top of the mountains. The route will be punctuated with large boulders, barren mountain faces and patches of sprawling vegetation and forests. After reaching your destination at 4,691 feet in the sky, you'll catch amazing views of the descending valley with the Malshej Ghat and the Pimpalgaon Dam in the distance. At Harishchandragad, you'll explore historic caves dating back centuries, an ancient temple of Lord Shiva and vantage points on the edges of the mountain cliff.
The trek through Andharban is one of the most refreshing treks in the Sahyadri region. The name ‘Andharban’ is a compound word, coming from Andhar, meaning ‘dark’, and ban, which means ‘forest’. Literally the ‘dark forest’, Andharban is a trail through dense overgrowth, with beautiful views of the Devkund waterfall, Plus Valley and the Tamhini Ghat along the way. Scattered throughout with numerous small streams and waterfalls, it is a descending trek – it begins at an elevation of approximately 2,160 feet in the Sahyadri mountains and descends down into the valley, to reach the backwaters of the Bhira Dam.