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Welcome to Travel Himalayas (A NON Commissionable Rates Website) PDF Print E-mail

Trailing through the Himalayan region, brings you directly in contact with the country and its people, and helps to foster an appreciation of the mountain environments.

Traverse through the Great Himalayan Range and appreciate the sheer geographic diversity - from the verdant, forested valleys and amazing wildlife and the flowering meadows carpeted with rare orchids, to the rugged terrain of the Trans Himalaya that extends to the Tibetan plateau.

 
Manali - Jogini Falls PDF Print E-mail

Best Season: April to November

The road leads out of Manali town and after crossing the main bridge over the River Beas we walk uphill towards the Vashisht village 3 Kms away on a well defined path. After walking through the ancient village with some impressive traditional architecture, we pass the temple and the hot sulphur springs and baths to follow a path with a slight incline. It takes about 1 hour to reach these magnificent falls. Enjoy an energizing dip under these cascading falls and have your packed lunch while admiring the towering snow clad mountains all around. We return the same way to Vashisht and Manali by evening.

 

MANALI TO JOGINI FALLS DISTANCE (5 Kms.)

A Pleasant walk along the river Beas takes you to the tiny hamlet of Bhang. From here a steady climb along a small rivulet leads to the ancient village of Vashisht. Visit the temples and if you fell like, take a dip in the Hot Sulphur springs. A energizing packed lunch is provided at the Jogini falls a short distance from Vashisht village. By late afternoon return to Manali either by walk or Jeep / Car.

FACILITIES:

· Experienced guide

· Packed lunch

· Local transportation by Car / Jeep

 

 
Manali - Lamadugh Meadows PDF Print E-mail

Best Season: April to November

Leaving the metalled road from the Dhungri village we emerge on to a path that leads steadily uphill through verdant forests and green meadows. On the way you also get fabulous views of the mountain peaks all around and Manali town far below. After a pleasant three-hour walk through forests of Oak, Fir and Deodar, we reach the beautiful green meadows of Lamadugh strewn with wild blue primroses. It is also a popular grazing ground for local shepherds. From here you get stunning views of Indrasen, Deo Tibba, Hanuman Tibba, and other famous peaks in the Manali region. We return by evening after having enjoyed one of the most leisurely trails in the upper Beas valley.

>> MANALI TO LAMADUGH DISTANCE 6 Kms.

Lamadugh is a lush green meadow above Manali and affords magnificent views of the Entire valley and the mighty pir panjal and Dhauladhar mountain ranges. The pleasantTrail goes along the Manalsu stream north west of the town and ascends through verdant forests of Deodar and oak trees. This is also the home of the Monal Pheasant, Tragopan Pocupines.

Packed lunch is provided and you can enjoy it relaxing in the meadows of Lamadugh with Panoramic vies of both the pir panjal ranges to the North and the beautiful Kullu valley to The south.

FACILITIES:

· Experienced guide

· Packed lunch

· Local transportation by Car / Jeep