Picture this – Walking in the dense jungles, sitting by pristine lakes, trekking in the Great Himalayan National park, swimming and fishing, cycling along the Tirthan river, braving the rapids while rafting in the Beas river, living in homestays/hostels and interacting with the local tribes & bonfires nights. Its time to get your friends along or make them jealous with your perfect insta-worthy shots against the stunning backdrop of rugged mountains, cascading waterfalls and fascinating meadows!
Meet at 'Majnu ka Tila' by 6 pm and meet and chat with your fellow backpackers over some Tibetan food. Later we board our overnight bus to Himachal as you gear up for 9 days of fun, food, friends and breath-taking nature.
In the morning we arrive at Jibhi - a beautiful hamlet surrounded by forests and mountains. After you freshen up at our happening hostel we will head out to chase waterfalls, take a dip in Mini - Thailand and binge on some hot maggi and chai. Can it get better than that? In the evening we return to the hostel for a night of bonfire under the starlit skies.
Have a hearty breakfast and prepare for a day of hiking from Jalori Pass. Here we start our trail to the magical Serolsar lake through dense jungles. Once you arrive at Serolsar lake, it will feel like a piece of heaven on earth - a perfect spot to get those Insta - worthy shots!
Today, we head to Himachal's best kept secret - Tirthan valley. Cycle along the Tirthan river as we come across hidden waterfalls and nature trails. In the evening we dip our legs in the river as you binge on delicious local food.
A trip to Tirthan is incomplete without a trail to the gate of The Great Himalayan National park. With numerous varities of birds and trees you come across unique every step of the way. The fun increases ten-fold when we have our picnic lunch along one of the numerous waterfalls along the trail. Take a dip at the Hippo falls and rejuvinate amidst the lush greenery around you. In the evening we enjoy a hearty meal with some bonfire.
After some breakfast, prepare yourself for a day of adventure. Brave the rapids as we row and meander through the Beas river. After gorging on several bowls of piping hot maggi we make our way to the mesmerizing meadows of Shangarh. Overnight stay at a quirky hostel.
The backpacker in you will be on cloud nine as you take in the sheer beauty and purity of Shangarh while you decide your day of leisure. We can either head to Lake Prashar or for your fill of the mountains relax and play some cricket at the Shangarh meadows. In the evening, a bonfire in these meadows with stars above, local food and company of our fellow backpackers is the cherry on the cake right?
On our lasy day in Shangarh, we make our way to Pundrik Lake - a hidden lake unknown to the tourists. The numerous stories of deities will keep you hooked as you trek to the lake. In the evening we board our overnight bus to Delhi as you sigh over the memories of your trip.
We arrive at 'Majnu ka Tila' in the morning. Bid adieu to your friends and fellow travellers and friends. Make your way to the airport for your flight home!
Siddu is the most delicious piping hot local cuisine in the Kullu Valley which can be had with homemade pudina chutney or local desi ghee.
Weird as it may sound. The true depth of Parashar Lake has not been discovered yet. Locals claim to have see huge enitre tree drown inside the lake without even a ripple on the surface.
The Great Himalayan National park in Tirthan Valley is declared as one of the World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2014
The group size is generally between 10 – 14 people.
In case of situations related to Covid-19, you would either get a refund or a credit note for future trips. This will be based on the situation at that time.
A moderate level of fitness is required for the treks. The terrain will be undulating with some places being elevated and some areas being downhill. The treks are not extremely difficult and are quite manageable
Withing Himacl we travel by a private coach with driver.
We will be staying at hostels and homestays since it is a true backpacking experience. The hostels will have 6 – 8 bed dorms and homestays will be on double/triple sharing basis.
Yes. Vegetarian food is easily available everywhere in Himachal.
March would be spring time in Himachal and the weather would be plesant throughout although it may get cold at night