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Group Departures:  [November: 5, 19] ; [December: 3]About the Destination:Nag Tibba trek or the trek to the Serpent’s Peak is a wonderful delight for adventure lovers from all over the world since it showcases the best serenity and exciting trekking routes through thick jungles and meadows. Nag Tibba is extensively located at a distance of about 3022 meters making it an ideal weekend getaway destination especially for adventure trekking. Many people find this very interesting to refresh themselves from routine boring work life. Comparatively it is a less explored trekking route near Mussoorie b
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To book call 7014178934 !About the Destination:  Trekking in India is incomplete without a trek to the Valley of Flowers. Indulge yourself in an experience of Valley of Flowers trekking and be amazed by  the dewy land that welcomes you with diverse range of vibrant flowers. The landscape is dotted with a carpet of green and offers a distant view of snow-capped mountains. Tucked away in Uttarakhand, a divine region of West Himalayas, trekking to Valley of Flowers unfolds to you around 300 types of endemic alpine flowers and a rich range of flora. The colourful place stretches over a good 8
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About the Destinations: If you want to live a Himalayan trekking experience to the fullest, attempt the Goecha la Trekking in Sikkim. For, it takes you on a fulfilling and rich journey that has you capture the Himalayan framework like no other trek. Originating from the historic Yuksom settlement (1,780m), the trail ascends to pass through really old rhododendron forests to land at clearings formed by high altitude alpine meadows. With the incredible view of the Kangchanjunga, the highlight of this experience is the Goechala Pass (4,940m) from where the second tallest Himalayan peak seems ju
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Chandra Tal Trek

The ‘Moon Lake’, as it is popularly called, is the source of the Chandra River that flows through the divine mountains to become River Chenab in Pakistan. Owing to the absolute clarity of the vast skies above, the Chandra Tal changes colours as the day goes by—turning various hues of red, orange, blue and green. Trekkers flock to revel in the scenery, and is undoubtedly among the must-do treks from Delhi. The best months to trek to the Moon Lake is from June till October, and the gradients are moderately-easy.

Distance from Delhi: 722 Kilometres approximately

Nearest Railhead: Joginder Nagar (narrow-gauge), Chandigarh (broad-gauge)

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