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Story by Deepesh Chaturvedi

 Rated : 5.0

The Malana Village Trek is one of the popular Trekking spots in Himachal Pradesh. This is near the famous Chandra Khanni Pass. I did a little bit of research before going here. Malana in Himachal Pradesh is a tribal village, and this is considered as one of the oldest democracy in the world. The trek starts at Manali, and the trek ends at the Baralacha Pass on the Manali-Leh road. We took a flight to Manali, took this trek, and after that we went to Leh from the Baralacha Pass. It was a lovely week we had here.5/5

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Story by Ramesh Acharya

 Rated : 5.0

Loved the trek..though trek was a little diffiuclt,,but the scenic beauty and the peace it provides is worth the penny spent and pain taken for the trek.Its a must visit place at least once i n a lifetime!!

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Story by sid

 Rated : 5.0

Hi guys, I am from manali, live in bangalore. I am proffesional Sales guy who deal with fortune 500 companies and sell them events. parvati valley- guys just visit once, then parvati valley will call you again n again. note: never ever share negative vibes- vth people, natuire and animals. karma - himalayas run on.. give respect, be good to yourself, eat smoke cream, decide what you want in life...m goin to orrow valley..ryte now i am in offfice itrs raining outside, tmorow m gonna on the high way to valley..m gonna leave the office everything, need some tyme for myself...never ever give up in life..i believe in good deeds. Cream ol u get in himalayas. the pure malana cream, tosh balls,manali finger, chapati,charas sticks many more diffrent types of cannabois sative.. do not carry much money vth yuh...do not stay in hotels, keep calm and stay in tents wherever u wanna be, just travel, explore, click n keep clean. u know what u do not need any reviews to go up there. ol u need is love towards yourself, n if u r really thinling to do smthing in your life or u have done something just go n spend some days over there. its not about parties or about the stfff, kts ol about nature. Get Connect to nature feel the parvati gestures and take care of it... do not hesitate to talk to anyone. Respect the culture of malana- they have there own rituals, as bieng himachali i know how much it matters to them, do not disturb any creature,just be the good soul, do goood deeeds, fukc u cant even imagine how crazy awsome blessed u gonne feeel once yuh up there.. best way to go parvati valley- delhi to manikaran volvo bus...travel in night from delhi u gonna reach early morning 6-7 at kasol. get down , smoke some joints think wt uh wanna do, wanna go malana coool! Its really good if yu have guide vth youh. coz there are lotts of things u need to care about. may be there vl be no wifi bt u will find better conmnection. Love peace trust believe power...boooom

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Story by Anusuya Gowda

 Rated : 5.0

Malana had always been on my 'Wish-list', finally got a chance to visit this hippie land. Amazing village- more than localids you see Firangis here. Loved the entire trek. The place is so beautiful and calm, not one I felt the need of coming back.

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Story by Inder Gandhi

 Rated : 5.0

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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Story by Pran Adiga

 Rated : 5.0

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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Story by Smita Asan

 Rated : 4.0

The beauty of this trek is that it is very easy to perform. The trek to Malana led us through the most beautiful picturesque and very pleasing landscapes. One can witness birch forests, rhododendron bushes, and dense lush meadows throughout the trek. The trek is meant to offer awe-inspiring views. The snow-capped Dhaula Dhar covers the south of the trek; the Hanuman Tibba is at the head of this trek at the Solang Valley. We also came across the Ghalpo peaks in Lahaul. We visited this place in October, and that seemed to be a right time. To take this trek and visit the village, permission must be sought from the villagers.

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Story by Aslesha Desai

 Rated : 4.0

The best part about this trek is the snowy range of the area lying between the Pir Panjal and Dhauladhar ranges. In the Bara Banghal area, which is in the Central Himachal Pradesh, the beauty of the trek gets magnified. I so enjoyed this trek. After that, we got to visit the Parbati valley, which was another wonder by itself. It was hemmed in by gigantic mountain peaks. I so recommend this trek for such rave sights.

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Story by Ranjit Panicker

 Rated : 4.0

This trek was quite mediocre. While the only reason I took this trek was to visit the village, I know wish I found another way to visit this village. The village is quite different and has different set of rules. It is a beautiful village with a close knit community. I felt sad to invade their privacy in form of sightseeing, but knowing about them is very important as a cultural science student. This trek was quite fine and interesting. I enjoyed the overall trekking experience.

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Story by Triloki Gill

 Rated : 4.0

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 Manali-Leh road, thus making it convenient for people to go to Leh from there.

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Story by Anjali Naik

 Rated : 4.0

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 Naggar village. We learnt a lot on the rich historicity of Himachal Pradesh villages and culture.

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Story by Kashyap Gowda

 Rated : 4.0

The trek was good. I loved it. I wish I could take more such treks. It was a perfect getaway from busy Delhi life. It was quite inexpensive and affordable too. I recommend this.

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Story by Malati Varman

 Rated : 4.0

Malana Village Trek is something that I never even read about. Recently, I saw a FB share from an acquaintance but beautiful and popular Trekking spots in Himachal Pradesh. This trek is near Chandra Khanni Pass. Apart from the beautiful trek, the tribal village of Malana is very gorgeous and rich in culture and heritage. This village is one of the oldest democracy in the world. This trek ends at the Baralacha Pass on the Manali-Leh road. After which we took a bike ride to Leh.

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Story by Shridevi Dhawan

 Rated : 4.0

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 as interesting and adventurous.

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Story by Vasundhara Asan

 Rated : 4.0

Malana I always knew for 'you know what'! But that it such a good trek as its treasure is something that is a revelation!! Had an absolutely amazing time.The relaxed environment and chilled out people here makes it a worthy place to visit.One of the most "peaceful" treks of the world!!

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Story by Ankal Patil

 Rated : 4.0

Well, Malana has its own reasons for its popularity. Apart from the hippie side this place has amazing trekking places that help you rejuvenate. I loves trekking through green hills and the view from the top is just amazing. The entire village seems like a fairy-tale land and thanks to Bholenath for helping me cover this trekking expedition.

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Story by Ekdant Jain

 Rated : 4.0

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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Story by Gauraang Iyer

 Rated : 4.0

The trek across the Chanderkhani Pass to Dadru makes you feel like you are in a different form of heaven and this made me feel like i was on top of the world for a change! It feels so nice to break away from the mundane city life and go for something as amazing and exciting as this! In fact, we even got to enjoy the sights of the musuems and the different art galleries here and since my spouse loves culture of different countries, this was a truly amazing experience.

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Story by Vrund Malik

 Rated : 4.0

I'm regular to Malana for obvious reasons but this time I decided to do something different I went through village trek and damn this place is absolutely beautiful - the tiny hamlets and the people are equally welcoming and warm. Loved the experience, did something different and felt great.

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Story by Geetanjali Kocchar

 Rated : 3.0

While, I can go on and on about the trek for hours together, I want to share a short snippet about the most favourite part of this trip for me. Chanderkhani Pass (3650m) to Dadru(3000m) was my favourite part in the trek. This was because the trek is a hardcore trek. It takes around 5-6 hrs. We started with a short walk up to the pass early in the morning. This gave us some really memorable and impressive views that extended from the peaks in the Lahaul to the ones of the Parbati valley on one side and the small hills on the other side. It was absolutely breath taking.

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Story by Chandani Achari

 Rated : 3.0

Malana trek is a beautiful trek that lies a little ahead of the beautiful Chandra Khanni Pass in the tiny village of Malana. While the village is beautiful and an isolated community that had a lots to know about like the fact that they have their own language, customs, and laws, the trek was not that great or unique. This village as such is intriguing and one can visit this village which is governed by a parliament of village elders called Koram. I would have preferred a visit to this village than a trek that was in no way different from other treks in Himachal Pradesh.

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Story by Abani Chopra

 Rated : 3.0

The beauty of the Malana trek is that it goes down the meadows and the summer settlements. I had a great trek here. The visit to art gallery, villages, etc were informative as well as fun. I recommend this trek to all of you.

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Story by Baala Bhat

 Rated : 3.0

The trek was brilliant. It started at New Delhi and we had an option to proceed to Leh after the trek or return to Delhi. As our trip was short, we took the latter. It was a nice week long trip. We enjoyed it.

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Story by Gopi Ahluwalia

 Rated : 3.0

The trek is fun. Although, I would call it expensive, and also that the organizers gave not even 10% discount, the trek was indeed fun and exciting. I just wish this was cheaper.

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Story by Chidambar Chaturvedi

 Rated : 3.0

Awesome trek. I recommend this to you all. I wish the food provided was better. Otherwise, a nice trek.