The best way to explore Himalaya is to drive along its rivers. Road Trips along Himalayan Rivers will take you to hidden valleys and bless you with majestic landscapes. This travel blog will give an offbeat perspective of Himalayan Road Trips along Himalayan Rivers and also many more reasons to explore Himalaya.
Tag: spiti valley
Ultimate Guide To Plan A Self Drive Road Trip To Spiti Valley
Read the travel guide to plan a power packed self drive road trip to Spiti Valley. Read to know how to start, what should you pack and what could be your itinerary. Basic and practical tips to plan your first self drive road trip to Spiti Valley in trans-Himalayan region of Himachal Pradesh, India.
My Reasons To Travel In & Across Himalayas – Ultimate Inspiration!!
For me, Himalaya is the paradise and rest everything is called earth. In this blog i want to live my finest moments from Himalaya and share them with you to make you feel motivated enough to break the chain of mundane life and hit the road to Himalaya.
Road Trip In Spiti Valley: Divine Drive From Kaza to Komic
Driving the complete Spiti Circuit in Himachal is the epic achievement of my life and one stretch from Kaza to Komic is, so truly, the crowning glory of this epic road trip. It starts from the Administrative head quarter Kaza and ends at the highest village of Asia Komic which is home to The Highest Monastery of the world i.e. Tangyud Monastery.
Top 10 Candid Travel Photographs Of 2015
Compilation of awe inspiring top 10 candid travel photographs by travel blogger from his traveling days in 2015.
My Tryst With Kunzum Pass: Road trip From Kaza To Kunzum Top
Kunzum Pass or Kunzum La at 4950 mt ASL is a high mountain pass in Himachal Pradesh, India connecting Kullu and Lahaul Valley with Spiti Valley. It’s one of the highest motorable pass in the world that remain closed for 7-8 months in a year thus every year it exhibits its mighty importance by forcing people to foot walk the high glacier mountains to reach other side. It’s a divine place on earth surrounded by the grandeur of Himalaya which not only connects two important valleys but also signifies the confluence of two cultures i.e. Hinduism of Kullu and Lahual with Buddhism of Spiti.