The Best Of Kasol And Kullu

Originally posted on The Noticeable:
Kasol or also known as mini Israel is a village in Himachal Pradesh, northern India. It is situated in Parvati Valley, on the banks of the Parvati River, on the way between Bhuntar to Manikaran. When you will reach there you’ll mostly see Israelis, German bakeries, and shops whose names…

Himachal Pradesh, India: The Land of the Gods

Originally posted on Food Tours India:
Our 11 day journey began in Delhi and continued on to the lap of the Himalayas, Shimla. From here the terrain continued to change vastly each day; it began as emerald green pine covered hills and developed into rocky valleys. http://adventuresofashleigh.blogspot.in/2014/09/dev-bhumi-land-of-gods-himalayas.html #india #himalayas #mountains

Shaggy Goes To The Mountains

Originally posted on O Shaggy Re:
After a lot of pleading and begging, my parents finally agreed to let me go on a solo trip to The Himalayas. The best birthday gift. I was off to heavens and was as happy as the pig in the shit. I decided not to go to the common…

Five days to spend in Himachal Pradesh

Originally posted on Himachal-tours:
With hill stations where you can trek and spiritual places where you can do meditation for hours, Himachal Pradesh is beyond an Island country. Its fierce, yet charming wildlife draws travelers all around the world. So visit its huge tea gardens. The scenery is so different, that 5 days in Himachal…

Memoirs of a solo trip to Kinnaur & Spiti, Himachal Pradesh

Originally posted on karanved:
? ? I am guilty of being stuck in a mundane 9-5 corporate job trying to convince myself that this is what I am going to do for the rest of my life, somewhere inside me I always knew that I am not cut our for the ‘regular’ life that everyone…

Garhwal Diary: Mahasu Devta Temple of Hanol

Originally posted on bNomadic:
The rugged and mountainous expanse between the Satluj and Yamuna Rivers in the western Himalayas, irrespective of the administrative boundaries of Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand, has broadly been occupied by heterogeneous group of people; some of whom are native to the land and the others who settled here under various socio-economic…

Back-Pack-Go!: Parvati Valley, Himachal Pradesh

Originally posted on Cartoon Heart:
It’s been a couple of days now since I’ve returned home from what I can easily refer to as one of the best adventures of my life (it’s completely different that I barely ever have any adventures and so even the smallest adventure becomes the largest by default), and nearly…

Grahan village, Himachal Pradesh

Originally posted on thegokulblog:
Grahan village is situated in kullu district of Himachal pradesh state of India. Its a 8km trek from kasol to  Grahan village. lets take a photo journey first 🙂The start: ? Mid Way: ? ? ? ? ? ? Grahan village: ? ? It was a calm,early august morning and was…

Haseen Vaadiyan (The sight of Upper Himachal)

Originally posted on @apekshabharota:
Well! ?I’ve been thinking a lot what my next blog should be about. For ?very long nothing could strike my mind, I definitely wanted my second blog to be better than the previous so couldn’t take any chance to choose any randoms. All thanks to my ? roomie for her inquisitiveness…

From the Land of Lamas

Originally posted on An Armchair Perfectionist:
The trip is done. The bags are unpacked. I left something behind though and that was a good chunk of my heart. Those twelve days managed to grasp a firm hold on my little pacing heart and insisted that just like I got a token of my travels back…

“My Mountain Story”

Originally posted on Astha Singh:
​ Year 2013, it was my very first trekking experience, and yes an unforgettable one too. It wasn’t the trek, or the adventure sports we played that was distinctive, but the beauty of Himachal Pradesh. The air around is totally magical and hence it made our trek more adventurous. The…