Dharamsala expedition offer an implicit bonanza for the adventure junkies

Bequeath with the stunning vistas of the snow- clad mountain peaks, thickly wooded mountain slopes, surging foothills, deep valleys, and a stimulating concoction of Indian culture and history, our Dharamsala expedition will offer an implicit bonanza for the adventure junkies from the very alien to soft treks which will gratify the most veteran mountaineers as well as amateur aficionado’s and beginners.

At the elevation of 17000 feet above the sea level, Dharamsala is sighted at the mountain spur of Dhauladhar ranges and was a home to the Tibetan leader, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, since 1959. The town is full of the life and also tranquility of the Buddhist civilization triumphs.

The green city lower part is the periphery of the commercial centers while the upper part has the places like Mcleodganj and Forsytheganj, preserve a British flavor and majestic life.

Outline Itinerary:

Dharamsala
The White Mountain ranges of the town help you to explore the vicinity. Here you can stroll to the market where you can further visit the home of, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, (who escape and settled here after the Chinese invasion of Tibet in 1959), McLeodganj, International Cricket Stadium and renowned Kareri Lake.

Drive to Bhagsu Nag and trek to Bahl village. O/n Camp out.

With the magical view of sun rise, awake and enjoy spell bound. Hike towards the Bahl hamlet. Enclosed by the dense woodland of the cedar, oak and other variety of the flora, your hike will begin from the Naddi, the road head side to Jungle encampment. An echelon saunter from Naddi takes you to the Bahl brook. Had your dinner and stay overnight with bonfire at Camp.

Treks to Triund.

Thrilling and audacious place Triund which is approximately 8 Kms from McLeodganj. As you trek uphill you will pass through many local villages and a Golu temple, a local deity of those hamlets. It will take 4-5 hours to reach Triund, a thick forest which is surrounded by the Dhauladhar ranges. As you will hike further, you will meet rock-strewn sheer ascend with a sporadic bouldering. Relax for a jiffy and have Lunch! Once you reach at the top hill, you are able to observe the white ranges of mountains. Spend some moment with the paddock enraptured by the scrutiny of the mountain peaks. After taking pictures of the beautiful valley hike downhill to McLeodganj. In the evening return to the campsite .

Triund to Kunal Pathari temple

Recommence your voyage in the middle of opaque tea gardens and lush slopes surrounded by the beautiful White Mountain ranges. The next destination will be Kunal Pathari temple, a renowned shrine dedicated to Goddess Durga. The shrine exhibits magnificent carvings of gods and goddesses and is believed amid that when Goddess Sati, wife of Lord Shiva, died, her skull had fallen here on this spot. The enthralling environs, beautiful devise, and the paranormal ambiance lures the trekkers towards it.

Trek down to Bhagsu Nag.

Walk to the Bhagsu nag spring, where pilgrims take a holy dip which flows through the temple. The shrine is located in the charming Bhagsu hamlet which is mostly used by the Gaddis inhabitants for gazing, herding and farming. After 20 minutes walk you will be sighting the beautiful water fall located near to the place. Once the Israelis came in abundance and left with no culture alarm over there as everything is written in the Hebrew.

 

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