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Pick the Best Delhi Agra Jaipur Tour Package

Posted by Chaman Duggal on September 06, 2021

 
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Manali tour from Delhi

Posted by shimlaandmanalitour on September 06, 2021

 
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Are you searching for a Manali tour from Delhi? Shimla and Manali tour offering many tour packages with car rental services In Delhi. Book and get a discount on Manali tour packages with Shimla and Manali tours.

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Grass root perspectives from Corbett National Park

Posted by Susan Sharma on September 06, 2021

 
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Grassroots perspectives on Corbett wildlife tourism! We continue our efforts to see things as they are- at the grass root level. We visited Dhela and Jhirna zone of Corbett N.P in July 2021. Share this video and subscribe to our channel.

 

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Posted by Susan Sharma on September 06, 2021

 
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If you are a nature lover who cares, ours is a channel which gives you stories from the grassroots. We amplify the voices of the real people who guard protect and experience forests and biodiversity on a daily basis. Subscribe to our channel if you are keen to see and hear such stories.

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Rafting in the rapids of Ganges at Rishikesh

Posted by Deependra Dobriyal on September 05, 2021

 
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River Rafting in Rishikesh

White Water Rafting or River Rafting in Rishikesh is an extreme adventure activity for adventure seekers. The objective is to go downstream at a fast speed on river rapids on a rubber inflated raft. River Rafting is one of the most performed and popular adventure activities around the world. Rapids and water at a fast pace are essential for performing this activity. Teamwork and coordination are a must to perform this activity. People from India and other countries visit Rishikesh to experience this thrilling water sport.

Rafting in Rishikesh Stretches:

There are four popular rafting stretches in Rishikesh:

9 km River Rafting – Brahmapuri to Lakshman Jhula stretch

This River Rafting stretch is 9 km long. It is the shortest stretch for river rafting in Rishikesh. Kids, old people, and beginners can try this stretch. Brahmapuri is located 8 km from Rishikesh and takes 20 minutes to reach the rafting point.

  • Duration – It takes around 1.5 hours to complete.
  • Difficulty Level – Very Easy.
  • Grades of Rapid – I and II
  • Popular Rapids – Sweet sixteen, Black Money, terminator & Hilton and Double Trouble.
  • Cost – Rs 600 only

16 km River Rafting – Shivpuri to Lakshman Jhula stretch

16 km river rafting in rishikesh from Shivpuri

This Rishikesh Rafting stretch is 16 km long. It is the most preferred rafting stretch among people. The starting point is Shivpuri, located 15 km from Rishikesh and takes half an hour to reach.

  • Duration – It takes around 2.5–3 hours to complete including cliff Jumping
  • Difficulty Level– Easy
  • Grades of Rapid – I, II and III
  • Popular Rapids – Roller Coaster, Three Blind Mice, Club House and CrossFire
  • Cost – Rs 1000 only

26 km River Rafting – Marine drive to Lakshman Jhula stretch

This Rishikesh Rafting stretch is 24 km long. Marine drive to Lakshman Jhula rafting stretch is ideal for people who already experienced 16 km Shivpuri rafting. Adventure seekers crave for this stretch as it has 10 rapids. Marine drive is located 22 km from Rishikesh.

  • Duration – It takes around 4 hours to complete.
  • Difficulty Level– Medium.
  • Grades of Rapid – I, II, III and IV
  • Popular Rapids – Golf Course, Wall, and Roller Coaster.
  • Cost – Rs 1500 only | Book here

35 km River Rafting – Kaudiyala to Neem Beach stretch

Kaudiyala to Neem Beach rafting is 35 km long. It is the longest Rafting Stretch in Rishikesh. The starting point is Kaudiyala located 35 km from Rishikesh.

  • Duration – It takes around 7 hours to complete.
  • Difficulty Level– Hard, preferred mostly by people who had a great level of expertise in River Rafting.
  • Grades of Rapid – All grades I, II, III, IV, and V.
  • Popular Rapids – Daniel’s Dip, Wall, Double Trouble, Club House and Golf Course.
  • Cost – Rs 2500 only
 
 
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Best season for River Rafting in Rishikesh:

March to June end is the best time to experience River Rafting in Rishikesh as during hot summer; people crave a cold splash of river water. Rafting in Rishikesh operates throughout the year except in the Rainy season (Monsoon). Therefore, river rafting is not operational during July, August, and September in Rishikesh.

In December, too, despite the cold weather, there is a massive demand for people who want to enjoy rafting because of the zeal they have in them for this adventure activity.

 

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Chandigarh Shimla Manali tour

Posted by shimlaandmanalitour on September 04, 2021

 
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Chandigarh Shimla Manali tour in 4 Nights/ 5 Days. This trip started from Chandigarh to Shimla and Kullu, Manali. You can experience both the adventure and beauty of nature in Shimla and Manali. Book these tour packages at a reasonable cost.

 

 

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Manali tour from Delhi | Shimla to Manali tour

Posted by shimlaandmanalitour on September 03, 2021

 
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If you are planning a Manali tour from Delhi with us for a memorable Manali holiday trip. Shimla And Manali tour offering Manali tour packages at cheap rates.

 

 

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Kedarkantha Winter Trek

Posted by Sidhiroy on September 02, 2021

 
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DEHRADUN TO SANKRI

It is a spectacular 210km drive that takes you through the most beautiful forests of Dehradun. Sankri village is located at an elevation of approximately 2,000m. The trek takes you through the Govind Pshu Vihar National park and is possible in any season. The trek takes you through lush grasslands in summer. In winter, it gives you stunning views of snow-covered forests and high Himalayan peaks. There are many trekking routes to Kedarkantha. You can leave the trek from Sankri or Kotgaon, or Gaichawan Gaon.

 

By road: This 10-hour drive takes you through dense forests, which become engulfed by snow in winter.

SANKRI TO JUDA LAKE

Juda Lake (also known as Juda ka Talab) is a high-altitude lake between Sankri and Kedarkantha. This pristine lake is surrounded densely by forests, making it an ideal camping spot for trekkers on this route. Legend has it that Lord Shiva untwisted the locks to create the tiny lake. The road climbs steeply after crossing Sankri village. Along the route, you might see locals doing their daily chores. Winter is when the lake freezes and the surrounding area is covered in snow. Beautiful photos can be taken by stopping at streams that run through green fields during summer.

 

JUDA LAKE TO KEDARKANTHA BASE CAMP

You will leave Juda ka Talab the following day to trek to the Kedarkantha Base Camp, approximately 4 km away. It will take approximately 3 hours to get to your destination if you walk at a moderate pace. It passes through pine and oak forests along steep ridges. In summer, the route will be dotted with shepherds' huts, but it becomes a magical white land in winter.

 

KEDARKANTHA BASE CAMP TO KEDARKANTHA PEAK AND BACK TO THE HARGAON CLAMP

 

Start the next day at a 6 km pace from the Kedarkantha base camp to reach the Kedarkantha peak at 3,800m.

This section is not easy, but once you reach the summit, it will be worth it. The 360-degree view of the surrounding peaks (Kala Nag, Bandarpoonch and Swargarohini) is amazing.After a rest, you can take photographs and then descend to the Hargaon camp (Horegaon), at 2,700m. You will reach this camp by evening. Here you will be staying.

HARGAON TO SANKRI VIA JUDA LAKE

The 6-km trek takes approximately four hours. Through dense pine forests, you will quickly descend approximately 800m. Winter will bring you through deep and soft snow. You can easily slide or run down the snow because of its steepness. Local hotels are available for overnight stays.

SANKRI TO DEHRADUN

Spend the final day on your trek exploring Sankri village and the beautiful forests of Uttarakhand. Before you head for Dehradun (around 200 km), make memories.

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Hire 12 Seater Tempo Traveller Delhi

Posted by Vinod Sharma on September 02, 2021

 
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Mehrangarh Fort | Biggest fort in Rajasthan

Posted by Kamal on September 02, 2021

 
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Mehrangarh Museum has a completely unique importance as a repository of the creative and cultural records of the huge regions of Central Rajasthan and Marwar-Jodhpur. The museum boasts exemplary examples of seventeenth, 18th and 19th century collections for the fields of Miniature Paintings, Arms and Armours, Textiles, Decorative Arts and Furniture.

 

The Museum includes seven Period Rooms i.E Sheesh Mahal, Phool Mahal, Takhat Vilas, Sardar Vilas, Jhanki Mahal, Dipak Mahal, Moti Mahal and six Galleries namely, Howdah Gallery, Palanquin Gallery, Daulat Khana, Painting Gallery, Textile Gallery and Arms Gallery.

To visit Mehrangarh, hire a taxi service in Jodhpur and go to explore the Mehrangarh Fort.

The Museum has additionally participated in many global exhibitions all over the global, showing and sharing the rich background of Marwar, and interacting with prestigious establishments in the subject.

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