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Located about 80 km from the backpacker town of Gokarna in the state of Karnataka is the town of Murudeshwar, a well known pilgrimage town around the Arabian Sea belt; which is also famous for a giant statue of Lord Shiva. There are multiple ways of getting to town. Travelling to Murudeshwar by bus is the best option for people coming from any place other than the Konkan Railway belt....
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Dirang is a small riverside hamlet in western Arunachal Pradesh and is situated at an altitude of around 8910 feet above sea-level. The town lies on the highway connecting Bomdila with Tawang. Dirang is also the sub-divisional headquarters of West Kameng district. The best way to reach Dirang is by first taking the overnight bus from ISBT Guwahati to Bombdila and then taking the connecting ASTC government bus from Bomdila...
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Here are a list of things to carry while camping by the beach in Revdanda. Must Have: Backpack 1L water bottle Shoes/slippers Torch Two blankets Sweatshirt Toiletries Towel Mosquito Repellent cream Optional: Sleeping bag Toilet roll Travel charger Hand sanitizer Cap Extra set of clothes For a similar experience, click here
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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 nine day backpacker road trip around Spiti Valley which covers everything in a nutshell without you having to break the bank.  Trip Dates: 23rd June- 1st July’18...
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A warm streak of sunlight softly knocks at your door, fresh morning air brushes your hair, the tall mountains greet you good day and the water streams motivate you to keep going. That’s the vibe that Palampur offers. Situated at the foothills of giant mountains, Palampur is a small town in Himachal Pradesh which nestles between the Dhauladhar ranges of the Himalayas. It is blessed with vast stretches of tea...
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A place not to miss while in Spiti Valley is the beautiful village of Dhankar. A four-hour drive from Tabo along the steep, winding roads of Himachal Pradesh leads one to Dhankar. At a towering height of 12, 774 feet above sea level (3,894 m)lies this village inhabited by 44 people. The first thing one will notice in the village is the new monastery that houses the Buddhist monks and...
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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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