NORTHERN INDIA

Camping Uttarakhand | Kumaon and Garhwal

The state of Uttarakhand houses the Kumaon hills in its east and the Garhwal hills in the west. Nature has endowed this region with so much beauty and spiritual bliss that the place is also known as ‘Dev Bhoomi’ or … Continue reading Camping Uttarakhand | Kumaon and Garhwal

Kulu, Kinnaur, Lahaul & Spiti

In contrast to the arid landscape of Ladakh, Himachal Pradesh offers lush green alpine valleys with some of the most thrilling and challenging mountaineering opportunities of 6000 metre peaks in relatively unknown valleys. The captivating landscape, with an incomparable diversity … Continue reading Kulu, Kinnaur, Lahaul & Spiti

Ladakh & Zanskar

The magic of the four important climbing regions in Jammu & Kashmir are indescribable. There is no place on earth that is comparable and mountaineers are drawn by its stark and dramatic beauty, its flora and fauna as well as … Continue reading Ladakh & Zanskar

Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary

The Keoladeo Ghana bird sanctuary an hour from Agra is one of the finest heronries in the world with rich aquatic plant and animal life in the fresh water shallow marsh along with its resident and migratory birds. A World … Continue reading Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary

Ranthambhore National Park

Set against the back drop of the majestic Ranthambhore Fort in the Aravalli hills of Rajasthan, the 400 sq km of the Sawai Madhopur reserve is amongst the 11 Tiger Reserves of the country. From tigers to Grey Francolins, this … Continue reading Ranthambhore National Park

Corbett National Park

Corbett is India’s oldest park established in 1936 and named after the legendary hunter-naturalist and one of India’s first conservationist, Jim Corbett. Unlike Africa, the forest is dense and game more spread out, thus animals are searched as if on … Continue reading Corbett National Park