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Wanderlust travel stories
The Akha are an ethnic hill tribe indigenous to China and Tibet, Myanmar, Vietnam, Laos. The Akha tribe originated in Yannan province in southern China in the early 1900s. Over several centuries many Akha have been migrating southward from their original home. The conflict in Myanmar brought many Akha to Thailand, where they make up the largest hill tribe population. With around 14 subgroups and about 80,000 live in the...
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Located at an altitude of 9,186 feet above sea level is the bustling Himalayan town of Kalpa in Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh. The town of Kalpa is located in the Sutlej River valley and is famous for its apple plantation. Kalpa is located approximately 250 km from the state capital of Shimla and the most economical way of getting to the village is boarding a local HRTC bus from...
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With the zeal to discover new places on the rise and the ever reducing leave situation for young cooperates who want to explore but can never get more than a week away from the desk job, we at tlow have come up with a 10 day backpacker road trip around Spiti Valley which covers everything in a nutsell without you having to break the bank or the need to plead with...
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While the village of Khezakeno which lies in Nagaland has some wonders to behold, the lanes of the tribal settlement also has a number of stories that make up the legend of the land. Lower down in the central area of the village are three stone slabs placed on the side, tribals from Khezakeno say that these stone slabs were places by their ancestors hundreds of years ago. The story...
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Here is The Land Of Wanderlust’s blueprint to a backpacking trip to the ex Portuguese town of Daman. This trip will cost Rs 3300 including travel from Mumbai and back. Excluding travel from Mumbai this trip will cost Rs 3000. Inclusion: Accommodation (3 to 6 based on room size) Travel Entry Fee Permits Exclusion: Food Only on payment of 50% of the trip cost will a seat be confirmed. For more information please contact us...
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Tabo, the first village in Spiti from the Kinnaur side in Himachal Pradesh is located at a height of 10, 760 feet above sea-level (3,280 m). The entry to the village is flanked by the Spiti River and the epic Trans-Himalayan range. As one enters the village the first thing they notice is the massive concrete helipad. This is a place ideal to pitch a tent for a night in...
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The cold desert of Himachal Pradesh, Spiti is a world within a world. The breath-taking landscape of the valley is a delight for all those who visit the scenic place. At a height that ranges from 4270 meters to 6000 meters above sea level, the Spiti Valley is accessible from June to October via the Rohtang Pass and Kunzum La with a stopover at Keylong in Lahaul district. For other...
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For a minimum of one week to a maximum of three-week stay or more to the highest mountain range in the world—the Himalayas, here are a few must-haves. Travelling gear: A rucksack of a minimum 60L.(mandatory) {No other kind of bag will be allowed on the trip} A day pack to move around with ease.(must have) A camera with a minimum of 8GB, a spare battery s good to carry...
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At a height of 12, 014 feet above sea level (3,625 m) in eastern Himachal Pradesh lies the picturesque Nako Lake with the cozy village of Nako surrounding it. To get there take a 10-hour bus ride from Delhi to Shimla on those dusty, narrow, winding Himalayan roads. Once in Shimla, there is the option of the local HRTC buses which takes five hours to Nako. Or hiring a taxi...
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The little town of Kasol in Himachal Pradesh is called the backpacker’s heaven! A fourteen hour winding road ride from Delhi in a Volvo bus and a two hour bumpy ride on the roof top of a local bus from Bhuntur and behold paradise. The Great Himalayas with their snow-capped peaks surrounds Kasol, situated 5,380 feet above sea-level (1,640 m). The awesome Himachali village is inhabited by descendants of early natives...
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