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Malana Weekend Treks Reviews

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Triloki Gill
Reviewed: 27 Apr 2016
4.0/5
The trek starts from New Delhi. We travelled to Manali from Delhi, and then we travelled to Ganachalani, where we started trekking. In the middle we visited some art galleries and a museum at the Naggar Village; this was slightly boring. From there, we went ahead trekking. The trek ended in the Mana... Read More
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Pran Adiga
Reviewed: 06 Jan 2016
5.0/5
Had an awesome trek here. Very well conducted and professionalism at its best. NOT one thing went wrong and that is really saying something!
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Shridevi Dhawan
Reviewed: 24 Apr 2015
4.0/5
Malana trek is the beautiful trek that lies slightly ahead of the most beautiful Chandra Khanni Pass. This tiny village of Malana is an isolated community that has a custom language, separate democracy and laws, and it is governed by a parliament called Koram. This trek was both informative as well ... Read More
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Ekdant Jain
Reviewed: 18 Feb 2016
4.0/5
surprisingly, the people here were quite friendly. However, we ensured we do not encroach their privacy. The village is so peaceful and quaint and amazing in so many ways than one. We wish we stayed her elonger just to enjoy the scenery. It was worth the money we paid.
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Inder Gandhi
Reviewed: 29 Sep 2015
5.0/5
Kasol and Malana were two places that I had always dreamt of visiting and damn this place is beautiful. Malana is a typical village that has more number of foreigners than Indians. Loved the entire village trek. View is great, people are awesome. Loved the entire trek.
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Anjali Naik
Reviewed: 27 Nov 2015
4.0/5
The people of Malana village are rough and tough. It was indeed intimidating to visit them. After trekking up, we visited Rumsu, which is located in Kullu. This trek gets informative and informative. There is the Roerich art Gallery, Nicholas Roerich Art Museum that we visited. Those are situated at... Read More

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