Trek to Sudhagad

The origin of this fort is said to date back to the 2nd century B.C the same age as the Thanale Caves and Khadsamble caves nearby. It was then called Bhrorapgad (after its presiding deity, Bhoraidevi). In 1436, it was captured by the Bahamani Sultan. In 1657, the Marathas took over and renamed it "Sudhagad" (the sweet one). It was a large fort and Sudhagad was considered by Shivaji as the capital of his kingdom. He surveyed it, but instead chose Raigad

Trek to Triund

Heavenly meadows, pine forests, glaciers and the gloriousness of the great Himalayas is the gateway to Dhauladhar. The welcoming icy terrains offer an opportunity for travellers of all the ages to trek and devour the sublime nature. Beginning from Mcleodganj to finally reach Triund, and all the experiences in between will ensure to enkindle in you peace and tranquillity.

TREK TO VALLEY OF FLOWERS – A WORLD HERITAGE SIGHT

VALLEY OF FLOWERS:   Officially, Frank Smyth is credited with discovering the Valley of Flowers in 1931, but in some circles it is believed that Richard Holdsworth, a botanist member of Smyth's successful Kamet Expedition was the real discoverer of the Valley. Smyth got the information from him and went to see and work on it. Of course, the local people had always known about the Valley, but they would rarely venture into it because of a prevailing superstition that the valley

Unwind Himachal – Backpacking Trip

Himachal (Himalayas Fringe) lies in Northern region of India. This unwinding tour will take us around Himachal's famous though remote locations. Join and unwind the true magic of Himachal.   Region                         Himachal, Manali No of Days                  Ex – Delhi        07 Days   Day Action Chart Meals Acco Day 1 Arrive Delhi | Delhi - Kasol Overnight Journey Volvo Day 2 Kasol – Kheerganga L,D Camp Day 3 Kheerganga – Kasol B,D Camp Day 4 Kasol – Mcleodganj B Hotel Day 5 Mcleodganj