Posts tagged "himachal"
the retreat bhimtal

the retreat bhimtal

The Retreat at Bhimtal is a charming, family owned 19th-century colonial bungalow nestled among the Himalayan foothills of the Kumaon Lake District, Uttarakhand, India in the midst of an ancient cedar, oak,and pine forest covered estate Filled with old colonial furniture, cutlery, and knick-knacks, the house breathes the atmosphere of old style comfort and peace....
himalayan MTB challenge - india's toughest bicycling race

himalayan MTB challenge – india’s toughest bicycling race

Ride through uncharted interiors, hike through deep forests, soak in the sun and experience nature all around. Pedal your way through gut wrenching uphills, dangerous downhills, village back roads, beautiful meadows, thick vegetation, jeep tracks and savor real mountain biking as you live through 9 days of adventure racing covering 500 km/380 miles, 3250 mt...
india by rickshaw - the adventure for charity

india by rickshaw – the adventure for charity

Imagine the fastest, safest, earth-munching all-terrain vehicle in the world. Then imagine the opposite. Three wheels, half a horse power and more fun than any other vehicle on planet earth the humble Rickshaw is undoubtedly the ultimate long distance, off road machine, despite being designed for short distances on road. Now imagine trying to get...
indimotard - all inclusive motorbiking adventures - wanna get leh'd?

indimotard – all inclusive motorbiking adventures – wanna get leh’d?

Motorcyling holidays are becoming very popular and every tripper worth his/her soul needs to travel to the mecca of motorcycle adventure – Ladakh. There is no better way to do ladakh, period! While many use the cheaper alternative of showing up in Manali and renting beat up Royal Enfields to Leh, they are at a...
dalhousie retreat, himachal - luxury homestay

dalhousie retreat, himachal – luxury homestay

Another very popular “Colonial” holiday destination tripp.in would recommend is Dalhousie in Himachal Pradesh. The regular hotels remain crowded in the summer months, which one can skip and head up the hills to Bakrota which is nature and luxury redefined. Developed by the British in 1854 and named after Lord Dalhousie, the erstwhile Viceroy of...
mcleod ganj - himalayan glimpses

mcleod ganj – himalayan glimpses

You either are on the “mountains” holiday like most travellers would call it or you probably have taken a stroll here after visitng the Dalai Lama at Dharamsala down the hill. Either ways, Mcleod ganj is a good stop for the india tripper. Brief History Named after David McLeod, McLeodganj and Dharamshala became renowned places...