Auli – Snow is all we love
A lesser known destinations in the Himalayas, the slopes around the oak forest provide excellent thrill to skiing. Camp a day or two with your buddies to enjoy this place to the fullest. Auli also has the worlds largest man made lake and asia’s longest cable car.
Pushkar – Interesting left over from the past
This is one of the emerging destinations in India. Connected to several legends and mythological facts, a very popular pilgrim place. Plan a trip around the International Balloon Festival time and annual camel fair to take part and have a feeling of being free in the sky!
Dharamshala – A quite retreat
If you’re planning a quite time and a soothing vacation, well this is the best place for you. With thick pine and deodar backwoods, various streams, cool sound air, appealing environment and the close-by snowline, this place has everything for a flawless vacation. This is the perfect spot for you and your best friend.
Ranthambore – Spot a tiger together
Sighting tigers here is more successful than most of the other tiger reserves. Tiger safaris are well organized here and Tigers of Ranthambore are known to be camera friendly and have been captured most of the times. A perfect getaway with your adventure seeking friend.
Pondicherry – conquer your fear
This is paradise for all beach lovers, Scuba Diving, Scuba Jumping and Surfing courses are available in Pondicherry. Another major attraction in the area is Auroville, an experimental township where people from all countries, races, castes, creeds and political ideologies can live together in peace and progressive harmony.
Manali to Leh – A roadtrip for life
A manali to leh roadtrip has always been an interesting one and most popular one any biking buddies. You will witness one of the most scenic routes ideal for a road trip. The pristine mountains, valleys and villages around are a visual treat!
Rishikesh – Gateway to the garhwal Himalayas
This small city is known for its temples, beautiful ghats, ashrams and evergreen forests. Because of its rugged and tough setting, the flow of Ganges offer some of the most herculean rapids, making a perfect location to try river rafting in Rishikesh.