Camping in Kullu-Manali

   

The perfect spot for camping in Kullu-Manali can be found on the National Highway 21, at a distance of just 13 kms from Kullu. You can set up your camp here and stay comfortably numb in the rejuvenating fresh air, listening to the waters telling nature’s fondest of tales with its flow. The area is surrounded by tall deodar trees, apple orchards and has 14 huts made of wood set up in its lush and green grasses, making it an ideal place for camping or picnicking. Camping in Manali means not just camping as it also includes extensive study, lots of adventure, meditation sessions and efforts of getting familiar to different cultures. There are many places in Manali that are well-defined as perfect camping sites that have all the facilities like sanitation, toilets and a nice hygienic kitchen.

Sking

   

The powder skiing at Manali is exceptional! Our location at approximately 34¬° N. latitude, roughly equivalent to Los Angeles, gives us long days, and a variety of exposures allows us to ski both with or against the sun. The altitude allows much greater "back radiation" than other areas, which creates excellent re-crystallized powder. Manali is known for having one of the deepest snow packs in the entire Himalaya, and due to our continental climate, snowfalls tend to be of low moisture content. As an added bonus, the potential is vast for terrific, spring corn-snow skiing

Jeep Safari

   

The fastest and most intensive way to explore India’s Himalayan and Rajputana Deserts is by overland safaris on jeeps, camel back, horseback, motorcycles or mountain bikes and from the River. Stop at villages and camps on the way to get an insight into the content life of these nomadic people. Revel in the breathtaking beauty of an awe-inspiring Landscape. Explore the rugged mountains in the Ladakh and Leh region in style, on a jeep. Himalayan jeep safari take you around the mysterious valleys and the monasteries of the region. Tread your way on the world’s highest road on jeep. We have designed specific itineraries to take you around this enigmatic land.

Hot Air Baloon Riding

   

This fun flight can be enjoyed a lot, especially by the kids who go crazy looking at such a big balloon taking them for an amazing ride. The ride is also popular among honeymooners who wish to enjoy priceless moments of their own, being just two of them on a carefree trip to the skies that gives them a feeling of being in heaven. The excitement mounts being a n ail-biting experience for some and ultimate fun for others.

Hot-air balloon riding in Manali is arranged keeping in consideration that the site is an open place and the ride is safe and enjoyable. The weather conditions are first taken into account, the direction of winds is seen and then if everything seems to be fine, the ride is arranged by professional groups. To avoid any kind of accident, emergency or casualties, the service providers discontinue providing these services.

Rafting

   

White Water river- rafting facilities are offered by private operators at Pirdi near Kullu where a water sports centre has been set up to provide one stop water sports adventure solutions for the tourist. Rafting on stretches of the River Beas, where rapids of high grades can be negotiated, provides an exhilarating interlude fro enthusiasts. White water rafting in Kullu valley is done on river Beas from Pirdi (4 kms ahead of Kullu town) down to Jhiri, a stretch of approximately 14 kms. (Period Apr 15th-Jun end).

Trekking

   

The main trekking areas in Himachal are the Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal ranges, routes over the passes between the Shimla region and the Kullu valley, the numerous treks out of Kullu and select tracks in the Trans-Himalayan regions of Kinnaur, Lahaul and Spiti. Most trekking areas are between 1,500 meters and 6,000 meters. With well over two hundred and seventy defined trails, the variation in terrain is also enormous. Low scrub-land and paths through paddy fields, give way to trails strewn with pine needles. Then come woods of oak and flowering rhododendron, which merge into forests of Himalayan cedar deodar and spruce. One most trails, small pastoral hamlets dot the way. Cunningly hidden between the high mountains, are passes which were once known only to migrant shepherds and dare-all traders. These lead to the fabulous wastes and swift rivers of the arid Trans-Himalaya.