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Saturday, October 15, 2022

Mountain Getaways In India For Every Kind Of Traveler

 For The Thrill Seeker: Leh, Ladakh



Leh is truly an adrenaline junkie’s dream. In the capital of Ladakh, different seasons bring with them different sports activities that you can enjoy. If you’re new to adventure sports, start small with thrilling camel safaris in Nubra Valley on double-humped camels, and camping beside the stunning lakes and rivers dotting the area. Spending a night next to the serene turquoise Pangong Lake as you interact with fellow campers, light a bonfire, and gaze at the night sky will prove to be an experience like no other. If you are an adventure veteran and have done it all, go mountain biking with your friends - the icy cold and stark landscape throws a challenge at every hairpin bend! There’s also the option to go river rafting in the fast-flowing rivers, trying your hand at archery, and giving the challenging sport of rock climbing a go.


For The Nature Enthusiast: Pangot, Uttarakhand


The tiny hill station nestled between lush forests in Uttarakhand is a haven for nature lovers and bird watchers. Located a few kilometres away from the old hill station of Nainital, it boasts myriad species of birds not found anywhere else in the country. Carry your trusty binoculars and enjoy a weekend in the stunning hill station surrounded by greenery and the chirping of birds. Walk the many hiking trails to get your cardio for the day with an added bonus of spotting Himalayan woodpeckers, blue whistling thrushes and Khalij pheasants amid the lofty pines, oaks and rhododendrons. If you are lucky enough, you might be rewarded with a visit from the bigger jungle residents - leopards and panthers!


For The Lover Of Luxury: Mashobra, Himachal Pradesh



If your ideal vacation is all about relaxing in heated infinity  pools, letting go of stress through invigorating spa sessions, and feasting on delicious food prepared in-house by talented chefs, Mashobra in Himachal Pradesh is the place for you. A little-known hill station that is a short drive from the wildly popular Shimla, Mashobra promises to pamper you in the lap of luxury. Stay at the stately Wildflower Hall to get a taste of Colonial-era grandeur. It is the former residence of erstwhile commander-in-chief of the British Army, Lord Kitchener, and is kitted out with a rooftop infinity pool, snooker and billiards rooms, and opulent guest rooms that come with their own concierge. Dig into the decadent fare on the hotel’s terrace restaurant as you enjoy the panoramic views. Go for languid walks to soak in the verdant beauty of the region, and then soothe your tired nerves with therapeutic spa sessions. Luxury personified, indeed.


For Going Solo: Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh


Hidden in the lush rainforests of Arunachal Pradesh lies Ziro, home to the Apatani tribe. Their endangered and unique culture has landed the region on the tentative list of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites, and for good reason. They have a fascinating culture, and, unlike most other nomadic tribes, they engage in permanent rice cultivation. A trip to Ziro is a must to get to know their unique culture. Ziro also famously hosts the Ziro Music Festival every year, which brings talented indie musicians and fans from all over the world to its expansive green valleys, with cloud-topped hills serving as a dramatic backdrop. Ziro is a great place at which to start on your solo adventure as it is safe and friendly. The people are warm and welcoming, the landscape is astonishing with piercing blue skies and layered golden fields, and the food is simply irresistible - what are you waiting for?

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