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Story by Vrinda Kaul
Reviewed: Camping Amidst Hills, Dharamshala Flat 20% off

 Rated : 5.0

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The campsite provides great scope for different activities that can be conducted inside and outside the campus. This campsite is an ideal place for adventure enthusiasts where camping takes place with great fun and adventure. we all enjoyed alot everything was perfectly planed by the Thrillophilia. had an amazing time.

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Story by Heema Johar
Reviewed: Camping Amidst Hills, Dharamshala Flat 20% off

 Rated : 5.0

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The campsite was based in a beautiful village of Salig, near Tang Narwana, Dharamshala. Spreading in an area of 4 acres, the campsite provides great scope for different activities that can be conducted inside and outside the campus. we stayed in the camps which offered brilliant view of the surroundings.

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Story by Charuchandra Patil
Reviewed: Homestay in Dharamshala

 Rated : 5.0

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Went for a relaxing weekend with my family and had a nice time at the homestay. the place was clean and hygienic. The amenities were nice, they even had place for children to play. I would love to recommend this place for a relaxing and quite weekend.

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Story by Chaaruchandra Dwivedi
Reviewed: Homestay in Dharamshala

 Rated : 5.0

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it was nice and peacefull homestay and the owners of the homestay was a beautiful couple. it was fun to be with them. warm hositality by them made the trip more memorable.

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Story by Rajan Ahuja
Reviewed: Homestay in Dharamshala

 Rated : 5.0

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we were group of 5 people. as we know Dharamshala is one of the most beautiful places to choose for a perfect getaway. This holiday home is composed of 8 separate spacious bedrooms, a living room, a fully equipped kitchen, and 1 bathroom. Interior was also nice. and everything was managed properly by Thrillophilia.

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Story by Kamalesh Chopra
Reviewed: Homestay in Dharamshala

 Rated : 5.0

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Very comfortable homestay which provide all the Luxuries and Comforts of a hotel in the convenience of a Home. It was Well equipped , providing great servies and amnenties.

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 Rated : 5.0

Thank you Thrillophilia for giving me to experience the thrill of MANALI. Thank you for wonderful hospitality & stay in Riverside camp . Raju Sir is awesome host, who fulfilled our all demands. Our trek guide is also wonderful person, polite in behavior, sorry can't recall his name at the moment. One regrets our paragliding is canceled due to bad weather condition's (or may be the reason for next time visit to MANALI???? ). If I Express my experience in one words it's just"Awesomeeee

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 Rated : 5.0

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simply awesome

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Story by Chanakya Prajapat
Reviewed: Indrahar Pass Trek, 2020 | Save Upto 25%

 Rated : 5.0

We started the trek from McLeodganj at around a height of 1750m and on the first day started trekking to Triund. From there on the second day, we were really blown away with the beauty of the surrounding. Lahesh Caves was an awesome site and so was Ilaqa Got. On the third day, we were on our way to complete our Indrahar Pass route. Climbed up to 4300m and after reaching the pass, we got to witness the opulent beauty of the Dhauladhar Range of the Himalayas. Fourth day was about trekking back to Mc Leod Ganj and conclude the trek. I must mention the trek guides as they really never hesitated to come forward and help us in every possible ways. Their great team of guides and instructors made the trek easy for us; thanks a bunch guys...would love to join another challenging trek with you soon!

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 Rated : 5.0

Amazinggggg experience! The food is simple but very good in taste.All the activities are ticked off from my bucket list.Rajkumar sir is very helpful and sweet person.They gave us extra blankets since it was very cold at night.Pawan ji was a good trek guide.Recommended to all. Pls note Transport cost to paragliding and rafting site is not included in above package but there are ample of local buses to reach there.

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 Rated : 5.0

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We loved each and every moment of the stay inside the camp. Raj Bhai the trekking guide is so friendly and warm person. the adventures and activities are all hastle free and memorable. anything and everything can be arranged on demand as per the request. the food and hospitality is impeccable. I would surely recommend everyone visiting Manali to try this package without a second thought.

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Story by Gauraang Patil
Reviewed: Heritage Cottage Stay near Dharamshala Flat 31% off

 Rated : 5.0

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Very rustic and old style architecture cottage that we instantly fell in love with because of how nice it looked. We just loved the hospitality here too, and our Manager Rishab was more than kind to us, handling all our needs and queries, and also suggesting nearby places to visit. One other thing to mention, is that this is one of the best cottages that gives a spectacular view of the Himalayas mountains.

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 Rated : 5.0

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Day one was all about the rafting thrill and even before we could get over the rush, I glided from scenic upland, well-harnessed and controlled by a trained pilot. I got to tick multiple adventures off my bucket list.

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 Rated : 5.0

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A super fun weekend outing with my work team in Manali. Great service by Thrillophilia, and the camp leader was a very supportive, knowledgeable fellow. The package was not too expensive for camping, rafting AND paragliding! Will definitely recommend to others. Thanks.

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Story by Chandrani Chattopadhyay
Reviewed: Dharamshala Jungle Camping Flat 23% off

 Rated : 5.0

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Had such a good trip to Dharamshala thanks to Thrillophilia. From the stay to the food and entertainment, everything was more than satisfactory. We stayed in the Alpine tents which were super comfy, and went on a nature walk led by our guide, Mihir. All the three meals served by the caretaker there were super yummy, and we enjoyed the evening tea and snacks as well. Would definitely recommend all my friends to try this out.

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Story by Chakor Pothuvaal
Reviewed: Camping in Dharamshala at 5000 Ft - Flat 14% Off

 Rated : 5.0

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The view of the Dhualadhar range makes this place a must for everyone. I mean I was totally taken by surprise and joy of having a view from my tent.

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 Rated : 5.0

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It was a regular campsite with some unreal views and great management. All the three meals were served timely. If you plan to stay here, must take a day hike to Indu Nag or the monastery nearby.

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Story by Purushottam Malik
Reviewed: McLeodganj Getaway with Dhauladhar View Flat 30% Off

 Rated : 5.0

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We first did our long-awaited Triund trek and then treated our bodies by living in this high-end well-equipped resort. The views of the Dhualadhar range were exceptional from my room's window. Not exactly like the uninterrupted views we enjoyed on the trek but enough to keep you in 'awe.'

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Story by Anjushri Bhattathiri
Reviewed: McLeodganj Getaway with Dhauladhar View Flat 30% Off

 Rated : 5.0

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A plushy resort in the middle of the mountains in Himachal. The staff went out of their ways to save us from any kind of inconvenience.

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 Rated : 5.0

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This is a cost effective tour with double and triple sharing rooms at this accommodation in Dhauladhar. The views from the window were superb and we were greeted with a delicious lunch by the chef.

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 Rated : 5.0

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Heritage cottage stays proved quite pocket-friendly for me and for all the services it provided I am very happy with the deal. Please note that it not exactly in Dharmshala but an or two away.

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Story by Deenabandhu Sinha
Reviewed: Heritage Cottage Stay near Dharamshala Flat 31% off

 Rated : 5.0

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This is the perfect cottage to stay at for a weekend getaway, that has a lot of lovely surrounding areas to explore to keep you occupied, and also has very comfortable facilities indoors as well. However, one suggestion I would like to make is that they include the meals as a part of the package.

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Story by dr payal
Reviewed: Indrahar Pass Trek, 2020 | Save Upto 25%

 Rated : 5.0

I went for Indrahar Pass this september with Thrillophilia. The experience was more than wonderful. I was so motivated, and Abhishek from Thrillophilia helped me a lot from starting and till the end of the trek. Indrahar Pass is my second trek with Thrillophilia and the trek experience was so great, I think I am going to go for next trek soon. From Triund, I was literally above the clouds, then from snowline cafe, I felt so mesmerising, to wait to get hailstorm and then Snow Fall was visible on the peaks. It was like heaven brought on earth. Everybody should add this trek in their bucket list. And quality of sleeping bags and camps provided to us was very good. Thanks to Abhishek and Thrillophilia for making me experience this beauty.

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 Rated : 5.0

Recently I booked a one-day Dharamshala-Mcleodganj sightseeing tour for my family from Thrillophilia. Right from the very beginning, they were very professional and cooperative ensuring that I need not worry about the itinerary. Hem ji took complete care o the itinerary and ensured we covered all the tourist spots with ease. I highly recommend this group for any sightseeing related trips in Dharamshala and Mcleodganj region.

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Story by Prashant Ghoshal
Reviewed: Indrahar Pass Trek, 2020 | Save Upto 25%

 Rated : 5.0

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It was me and my friend, both amateurs who just saw this listed on Thrillophilia decided to go for it. Our trek started from Mcleodganj towards Triund on 7th July 2018. Regardless to say the first day 9 km climb wore us down and upon reaching the forest officials did not make it easy for us. There is an order from the Supreme Court to shut down camping activities, due to which the guides and cafe owners on the trail are suffering. Next day we started for Ilaka which is another 4 km trek, comparatively easier than the previous day. We started at 9 am and reached destination at 11:20 am where the forest officials followed us and had a drama with our host and guide. After the drama, they left and our host set up a tent for us. On the 3rd day, we left for Lahesh Caves which is a trek through unstable rocky terrain and some steep climb. This really tested our endurance and upon reaching my friend had a swollen knee while I discovered I had phobia of heights. We decided not to go any further to Indrahar pass. Maybe one day we will come back more prepared with better training and experience. Our guide from Triund to Lahesh caves and back to Mcleodganj was Vikrant. This guy was with us for three days and is one of the nicest person I have met. 5 people backed out from Triund and it was only me and my female friend with him. I never had a single reason to worry about our safety. He understood our pace and motivated us to go further as much as we can. He never patronized or criticized us. Always polite and well spoken. He does not speak unless spoken to but is friendly and great to have a conversation with. Very professional. Our host at Ilaka, Gagan from LAKA Cafe was another gem. He cooked great food, that tasted like home - dal chawal, aloo paratha, fritters and Maggi for snacks. He can play flute (bonus). Entertained us with some local as well as mythological stories. Do's: Enjoy the silence, meditate, sing, keep yourself clean, help clean up surroundings by picking up litter, drink from the stream, pet the calves, have a stroll around the mountain, breath clean air, take pictures, observe, help your host with cooking, sleep, carry massage oil or balm, be ready for impromptu rain, stay hydrated. Don't: Litter, speak in loud voice, play loud music on your Bluetooth speaker, Abuse, drink alcohol (you know you can't handle it and will 100% fall on a rock), smoke weed or get high by any means (I am not against smoking weed but food is limited and you will fall and injure yourself), speak rudely to your guide or host, disturb other trekkers at night by talking loud inside the tent, fight with fellow travelers, jump or try to do any sort of stunt for photography or adventure (no medical facility within 14 km radius), carry weapons, harm animals or insects who live there, be scared of bees (they're the reason behind beautiful fauna), go anywhere without informing your guide, steal from your host, insult your guide or host.Note: Do not go if you plan to drink or get high on top of the mountain or inside your camp. For the locals it's a sacred land. They don't abuse or spit on that land. They don't even urinate while standing. Drinking, creating ruckus, abusing, dirtying or defacing environment in anyway is an insult to them, their beliefs and their holy land. This is a serene place not your local bar. Thank you Parul Mewara from Thrillophilia for all the assistance.

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