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Bangalore: the Silicon Valley of India

Posted by on Sep 1, 2016 in Activity, bangalore, Camping, desert, Destinations, eco-friendly, entertainment, falls, Group Departure, village | 0 comments

Bangalore: the Silicon Valley of India

Bangalore: more than just being “the Silicon Valley of India” When in Karnataka, it is impossible to miss Hampi, a UNESCO world heritage site. Hampi is home to the last great Hindu empire in South India, with construction dating back to the 10th century. Further north to Hampi, Pattadakal is another complex of ancient temples, also listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The spectacular Virupaksha temple dedicated to goddess Shiva will certainly evocate memories Angkor Wat for some travellers. The majestic mountains of the Western Ghats (a UNESCO natural heritage site) are a paradise for trekkers but also for the ones looking at adventure tourism. Rafting, rock climbing or aero sports take place in spectacular...

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Leh- Land of Luxury & Festivals

Posted by on Aug 31, 2016 in Activity, adventure, Camping, Destinations, Journey, mountains, Treking | 0 comments

Leh- Land of Luxury & Festivals

While planning a trip to Leh, just check for upcoming festivals. If your trip coincides with a festival, then there is nothing like it. Colourful dances, delightful delicacies and the festive spirit will ensure you know what party at an altitude of 3524 feels like. Losar Festival Come new year and Leh is ready to celebrate. Although there is no fixed date for this festival held either in January or December. It’s a 15 day festival with 3 main days of celebration. With preparation starting a month in advance, Losar is a festival the people wait for. They dance, sing and decorate their houses. On one day there is a huge procession of lively people in the streets and bazaar area. This festival is full of rituals too. This is your chance to be a part of the rich culture and traditions of Leh. Also, don’t forget changkol (local form of beer), it helps double the festive fun! Ladakh Festival If you want to travel to Leh in September, plan your trip between September 1-15. These 15 days are kept aside for the Ladakh Festival. Excitement reaches a new level and the sound of music fills the air. It’s an experience watching performers in flashy jewels and turquoise headgear on the street. Even the monks join in the fun with brightly coloured masks and dance to the beats of traditional music. GIven a chance, be a part of this festival and take home a colourful moment from Leh back home. Hemis Festival Have you heard of the mask dance? Now get ready to witness it live! The Hemis Festival (sometime in June-July) is dedicated to lord Lord Padmasambhava. The festivities take place around open rectangular courtyard. It is a unique set up where the lamas sit to eat while music plays in the background. It is a very organised affair full of intriguing ritual performances. Show...

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Trekking for Education

Posted by on Nov 5, 2014 in Activity | 0 comments

Trekking for Education

SCHOOL GOING GIRLS IN NEPAL !!! THERE IS NO BRIDGE AND THEY HAVE TO DAILY RISK THEIR LIVES FOR EDUCATION. HATS OFF FOR THESE GIRLS

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Machu Picchu, Peru

Posted by on Sep 18, 2014 in Activity | 0 comments

Machu Picchu, Peru

This hair-raising, adrenaline pumping tour captures the majestic power of Machu Picchu and fuses it with a variety of extreme sports and unbelievable trekking to give you the most action packed experience you can find. Downhill mountain biking, zip lines, raging rivers, sleeping deep in the jungle, walking along lost Inca trails up sheer cliffs shrouded in clouds before reaching the mysterious and stunning ruins of Machu Picchu, this tour has it all!

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Angling

Posted by on Aug 20, 2014 in Activity | 0 comments

Angling

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Scuba Diving

Posted by on Aug 9, 2014 in Activity | 0 comments

Scuba Diving

Did You Know? Havelock Island in the Andamans is said to be ideal for scuba diving, as one can see experience the coral life from its closest.

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