Himalayan Travels

Land of black magic and witchcraft: Mayong, Assam

Taking a 40 km drive from the state capital of Guwahati in Assam towards Probitora Wildlife sanctuary, one will reach the land of black magic - Mayong. The village is situated in Morigaon district on the very e...

Backpacker’s road trip around Tawang in seven days

Here is TLOW's seven day blueprint around the North Eastern Himalayan gem of Tawang also known as the land of Monpas. Our road trip starts off from Guwahati in Assam and goes all the way to the Indo-China borde...

Bamboo village of Majuli: Gaurmur, Assam

Gaurmur is a tiny village which is located in the heart of Majuli, the largest river island in the world. Gaurmur is home to a few bamboo hut home stays and hence has become a village which is frequently visite...

Where the snow leopard prowls: Mud, Himachal Pradesh

Mud is a remote high altitude Himalayan village which is hidden deep within the Pin Valley national park in Spiti Valley. The village is situated at an altitude of around 12,361 feet above sea-level (3850 metre...

The Moon Lake: Chandartal, Himachal Pradesh

Chandartal is a high altitude lake wedged deep within the mighty Trans-Himalayas of the Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh and is situated at a towering altitude of around 14,100 feet above sea-level (4,300 m). T...

The Spitian Fossil village: Langza, Himachal Pradesh

A 50 minute uphill winding drive covering 13.5 km from the town of Kaza in Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh and one will reach the fossil village of Langza, which is situated in a bowl shaped duct. At a towering ...

A Hidden Gem: Kamalabari, Assam

Kamalabari is a small township on the island of Majuli in Assam and is located at a distance of around 19 km from Nimati Ghat. The town of Kamalabari is the main gateway to the longest river island in the world...
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