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Wanderlust travel stories
Kheerganga hot bath

Backpackers blueprint around Parvati Valley in 8 days

This is The Land Of Wanderlust’s blueprint to a backpacking trip around Parvati Valley in Himachal Pradesh for eight days. Parvati Valley  Trip Cost: Rs 10,000 + 5% GST = Rs 10,500/-  Inclusion:  Accommodation. (3 to 6 based on room size) Travel begins and ends at New Delhi. Entry Fee. Exclusion:  Food. Only on payment of 50% of the trip...
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Where the Brahma temple and lake lie: Pushkar, Rajasthan

Situated 14 kilometres from Ajmer in the northern state of Rajasthan is Pushkar. One of the oldest existing cities in India, the actual time of origin of Pushkar is unknown. The town is well known for its temples and ghats. The Pushkar Lake which is believed to be sacred for the Hindus is surrounded by innumerable...
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Hunder Ladakh

Budget backpacker road trip to Leh Ladakh in 10 days

Here is The Land Of Wanderlust’s blueprint for a road trip through the trans-Himalayan region of Leh Ladakh, which is also known for its barren rugged mountains, splendid monasteries and funny road captions. Leh Ladakh Trip cost: Rs 21,000 + 5% GST = Rs 22,050/- Inclusion: Accommodation (3 to 6 based on room size) Travel begins and ends at...
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Tanglang la pass ladakh

Budget backpacker road trip for 11 days to Leh Ladakh

Here is The Land Of Wanderlust’s blueprint to a road trip through the Trans-Himalayan region of Ladakh, which is also known for its barren rugged mountains, beautiful monasteries and funny road captions. Leh Ladakh TRIP COST: Rs 22,500 + 5% GST = Rs 23,625/- Only on payment of 50% of the trip cost will a seat be confirmed....
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Desert backpacking blueprint around Rajasthan in 9 days

Here is a blueprint taking backpackers through northern Rajasthan from the holy towns of Ajmer and Pushkar to the royal city of Jodhpur and then open air camping in the Thar desert and if that’s not good enough we make day trips to a gypsy and haunted village. Rajasthan TRIP COST: Rs. 10,800/- + 5% GST = Rs....
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The Pink city: Jaipur, Rajasthan

Jaipur was the first planned Indian city and it gets the name Pink city due to all its architecture being the colour pink. Jaipur can be divided into two subdivision the outer city and the inner city. The inner city is where all the main activities happened during the reign of the kings and the whole...
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The Trance & Psychedelic Party Village: Chalal, Himachal Pradesh

Located not too far away from the backpacker town of Kasol in Himachal Pradesh is the tiny village of Chalal. The village of Chalal is located at an altitude of around 5366 feet above sea-level and is located on the banks of the River Parvati. Chalal can only be approached by foot from the town of...
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Murud sea fort

Backpacking Murud & Janjira in 3 days

Here is The Land Of Wanderlust blueprint to a backpacking trip around the coastal town of Murud and Janjira in two nights and three days.  Murud TRIP COST: Rs 3500/- Inclusion: Accommodation Travel Entry Fee Permits Exclusion: Food. For more information mail us at : info@tlow.in  Day 1: Board a ferry from Gate way of India to...
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Camping By The Beach: Kashid

Here is TLOW’s blueprint for our new beach camping trip along the Konkan coast of Kashid near Alibaug which is known for its virgin beach, fishing village, paddy fields, green hills, rivulets and fish thali. With a bonfire and tents, our campsite in the village is just 700 metres away from the beach. [tc-pricing-table tableid=”53687″] Day 1:...
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Rasool village

Hiking in search of Magic Cream :Rasol, Himachal Pradesh

Hidden deep within the foothills of the Himalayas lies a small village by the name of Rasol which is at an altitude of around 10,000 feet above sea level (3048 m) and has not more than 75 houses. Rasol is located in the Parvati Valley which is in the state of Himachal Pradesh. The only option...
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Hot sulphur shower near Manali:Vashist, Himachal Pradesh

Located at a distance of 3.2 kilometres away from the Manali bus stand across the River Beas is the hot spring village of Vashist. This village of Vashist is situated at an altitude of around 6503 feet above sea-level (1990 m). The village is located just above the Manali-Keylong road and is easily approachable by foot via...
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Land of many things in the Himalayas: Manali, Himachal Pradesh

Manali arguably the most famous place in the state of Himachal Pradesh, the town is located at an altitude of around 6398 feet above sea-level (1950 m). Manali is situated on the Beas river and is a popular holiday destination spot for backpackers and holiday makers during the summers and a majestic, snow covered place in...
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An off beat village near the town of Keylong: Khardang, Himachal Pradesh

A good off beat village to visit while in Lahaul district of Himachal Pradesh in northern India is the tiny village of Khardang. This high altitude Trans-Himalayan village is located at an altitude of around 11, 347 feet above sea-level (3459 m). Khardang is located across the River Bhaga that flows below the valley and is...
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Where the Lamas stop to say ‘Hello’: Peokar, Himachal Paradesh

Peokar is a tiny remote offbeat village that is located opposite the district headquarters of Keylong across the Bhaga river, in the Himalayan state of Himachal Pradesh and is located at an altitude of 11,854 feet above sea-level (3613 m). Peokar This remote village of Peokar is easily approachable from the town of Keylong. The best...
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Home of the Khardang Gompa: Keylong, Himachal Pradesh

Located at an altitude of around 11,286 feet above sea-level (3440 m) is the town of Keylong in the Himalayan state of Himachal Pradesh. Keylong is the administrative head-quarters of Lahaul and Spiti district. The town of Keylong is like an oasis of greenery amidst brown barren mountains. Keylong Keylong is an important transit hub for travellers heading...
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pangong tso lake

The lake of changing colours: Pangong Tso, Ladakh

Pangong Tso the largest lake in the Himalayas, stretches for some 130 km, with a width of only two to six km. From its north-west tip near Lukung, the initial stage extends south-east for nearly 40 km before bending to the east over the border into Tibet. Pangong Tso is situated at an altitude of about...
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One of the world’s highest motorable roads: Khardung La, Ladakh

Khardung La is one o the world’s highest motor-able roads and is at a towering elevation of 18,379 feet above sea-level (5602 m) and is the gateway to the Shyok and Nubra valleys in Ladakh. Khardung La is located in the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir and is a part of the Karakoram range north...
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Turtuk village

Land of the Baltic people where the apricots grow wild: Turtuk, Nubra Valley

Turtuk is the last village up to which travel permits are issued to visitors in Nubra Valley of the Ladakh region in the Himalayan state of Jammu and Kashmir in India. The village of Turtuk is located at an altitude of around 9,846 feet above sea-level (3001 m) and is inhabited by the Balti people of...
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Camel ride in hunder

Two humped camel village: Hunder; Nubra Valley

Six kilometers further up from the town of Diskit is the charming village of Hunder in Nubra Valley. The village of Hunder is located amidst the broad Shyok Valley. The small lanes and roads along the village are lined with tall willow and poplar trees. Hunder is located approximately around 160 km from the town of...
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Chariot at Hampi

Hampi backpacker’s Fun blueprint in 3 days

Here is The Land Of Wanderlust’s blueprint to the land of boulders, Hampi in the south Indian state of Karnataka. Explore the ruins with a mix of cycling, hiking and walking.  Hampi  TRIP COST: Rs 4500 + 5% GST = Rs 4725/- Inclusion: Accommodation.  Travel. Cycle Rental. Entry Fee. Breakfast. Exclusion: Lunch & Dinner. Travel to Hospet....
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Diskit monastery Ladakh

Where Maitreya Buddha stands tall: Diskit, Nubra Valley

Located at a distance of t120 km from the town of Leh is the town of Diskit which is also the headquarters of the Nubra Valley and thus attracts most of the backpackers, bikers and tourist. Diskit is situated at an altitude of 10,310 feet above sea-level and at the edge of the desert in Shyok...
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Where the Dosmoche festival is held: Diskit monastery, Nubra Valley

The town of Diskit is located in the Himalayas state of Jammu and Kashmiri is famous for its 14th century monastery. The Diskit monastery is believed to be the largest and the oldest monastery in Nubra Valley. Diskit monastery belongs to Gelugpa order of the yellow hat sect of Tibetan Buddhism. It was founded by Changzem...
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Unpredicted journeys, augmented Detours and prolonged stays Curious minds, lost roads and finding ways… Unkempt hair, bruised legs and weary eyes, Is never more daunting than those cherished goodbyes… Battered backpacks and a sore body lays In search for the next voyage it craves While un-brushed mornings are not a prime whet Exhausted yet savored is...
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Leh palace May 2022

History comes alive: Leh Palace, Ladakh

Overlooking the town of Leh, just on the slope of the Tesemo hill is the imposing multi-storey Leh Palace. This palace was built by a king named Tashi Namgyal in the 16th century about the same time as the great Potala Palace in Lhasa Tibet. A major chunk of the Leh Palace was damaged and destroyed...
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Entrance to the village.

A blissful stopover: Sumur, Nubra Valley

Sumur is a quiet, peaceful and lesser know village in the Nubra Valley of the Ladakh region in the Trans-Himalayan mountain range. It is frequently visited by backpackers and hikers from all over the world. The village of Sumur is located at an altitude of around 10,827 feet above sea-level. Sumur To reach Sumur in Nubra...
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Hemis monastery Ladakh

Where the colourful annual festival is held: Hemis Monastery: Leh, Ladakh

Hemis Monastery is the biggest and the most important monastery in Ladakh. Hemis is located 49 km south from the town of Leh, a little off the Indus river road. Hemis Gompa was built in the 17th century by Chapgon Gyalshas and ever since has enjoyed the patronage of the royal family of Ladakh. Hemis Monastery...
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Stupa. In panakim Ladakh

The hot spring village in Ladakh: Panamik, Nubra Valley

Famous for its sulphur hot springs, Panamik is a village that is nestled very close to the Siachen glacier, the highest battlefield in the world. Located around 150 km from the town of Leh, the village of Panamik in Nubra Valley attracts travellers from all over the world who come to take a dip in the...
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Thicksey monastery Ladakh

Thiksay monastery – seat of prayer on the hill: Leh, Ladakh

On the way to Hemis gompa around 19 km from the town of Leh, Thiksay monastery is a very imposing structure that provides a panoramic view of the green Indus Valley from its vantage point on top of the hill. Thiksay monastery is located at an altitude of 11,800 feet above sea-level. Thiksay monastery has chambers...
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streets of leh Ladakh

Town of contrasts in the Himalayas: Leh, Ladakh

Leh the capital of the Trans-Himalayan region of Ladakh is arguably the most sort after destination in India for all kinds of travellers and tourist. Bikers consider it the ultimate challenge to ride on these high altitude Trans-Himalayan roads, while backpackers and trekkers flock to Leh all through the year in search of something new and...
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Shey palace Ladakh

Spiritual site on a hillock – Shey Palace & Monastery: Leh, Ladakh

Located at an altitude of around 11,204 feet above sea level and on the way to Thikse and Hemis Gompas on the main road leading east along the Indus, Shey Palace and Monastery is only 15 km from the town of Leh. Shey Palace was built in 1665 by the King of Ladakh as his summer...
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