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Pioneers in the industry, we offer Rafting, Bhutan Package Tours, Travel Tips, Motor Biking and Chadar Trekking from India.
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Rafting

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White water rafting has been an increasingly popular sport in Himalayan Rivers which offer good grades of rafting ranging from Class 1 to Class 3+. All the territories we operate in offer excellent white water rafting with good grade rapids. We provide all equipment and accessories like life jackets etc. and expert pilots and river guides who look after you and your safety. All these rivers flow through breathtaking landscapes under the gaze of towering mountains and give you a great time enjoying the thrill of this exciting sport.

The white water rafting down the Indus and Zanskar Rivers has different experience amidst Himalayan Mountains graded into four different grades as:

PHEY TO NIMOO:

Second or third grade rafting starts from Phey around 12 Kms. from Leh towards Srinagar. Around 4 Kms. of fast and thrilling rafting has beautiful land scenery. The rafting finishes at Nimoo the confluence of Zanskar and Indus rivers.

NIMMO TO ALCHI:

 

This fourth grade rafting takes half day and only experienced people are advised to undertake it. As it has powerful waves and requires very precise maneuvering. Whom to contact: Rafting is organized by a very few Tour Operators but everyone sell rafting package tours. For more information write to us or Tour operators.

CHILLING TO NIMO :

 

An easy stretch with a few major rapids. This is a one-day stretch. Both these stretches can be combined to make a multi day expedition.

 

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Bhutan Package Tours

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  • The Kingdom of Bhutan is ancient Asia's last enclave, hidden in the mighty Himalayas. It is a land that will captivate your senses and one where strangers are treated as friends. Our 13-day adventure along Bhutan's premier trekking route leads us into a breathtaking Himalayan valley, to the base of Bhutan's most sacred mountain, Chomolhari (23,997'). We follow the path of nomadic yak herders, hiking through wild rhododendron forests, and alpine meadows carpeted with wildflowers, over trout-filled streams, and into pure Himalayan grandeur. We catch a glimpse of nomadic life as we see locals making butter and cooking over open fires. In the days before and after our trek, our itinerary allows us to acclimate while visiting the cultural centers of Paro and Thimphu, with their distinctive architecture, welcoming people, and fascinating sites.

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Travel Tips

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It is important to travel as light as possible and take only essentials. While on trek your city clothes can be safely stored at the hotel (if you are returning) or handed over to agent to store until return from trek.

Day pack: should have a capacity of 1500 to 2000 cubic inches to carry camera, clothing, water, other personal items and packed lunch.

Clothing: This should be comfortable to protect you from cold (and possibly wet) weather. Synthetic clothing like polypropylene, capilene, pile are light in weight, wick away perspiration, dry quickly if wet and provide the best insulation against cold. Wool /synthetic blends are also suitable. Use of cotton in cold, wet mountain conditions is not recommended.

Sleeping bag: medium weight , down or fiberfill rated from –5ºC for Ladakh (July/August and Garhwal treks in May and June ) and rated –15ºC for September groups in Ladakh, Sikkim, Garhwal, Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet groups.

Medium weight fleece jacket/sweat shirt.

Rain Gear

Wool/fleece gloves

Proper socks and footwear (good ankle and arch support)

Small towel

Other: biodegradable soap, toothbrush, paste, sunscreen, lip protection, headlamp, camera and film, snacks, medical kit.

COMMON AILMENTS AND ALTITUDE SICKNESS

Ladakh is a high altitude cold desert with a low level of atmospheric oxygen. Anyone travelling to altitudes above 10,000 ft (2,700 m) is vulnerable to acute mountain sickness (AMS) unless properly acclimatized. The most common symptoms of acute mountain sickness are headache, disturbed sleep and loss of appetite, nausea, coughing, irregular breathing, breathlessness, lassitude and lack of concentration. If you are reaching Leh by air, it is important to rest for the first 24 hours after arrival. Any kind of physical exertion should be avoided, as well as smoking and drinking. After two to three days, your body should get used to the lower oxygen level of Ladakh.

As a preventive measure, Tab Dimox 250 mg can be taken. One tablet taken twice a day for three days, at least two days before coming to Ladakh can help to prevent AMS.

Other common ailments of trekking include diarrhea, constipation, cough, cold, stomach infections. Medicines are easily available over the counter at all chemist shops in India.

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Motor Biking

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DAY 1: MANALI

After breakfast, you will be provided with a motorbike, for you to explore Manali and its surroundings with a local guide. We will also visit Naggar Castle, Roerich Art Gallery, Hindu Temples and the hot springs in Vashisht.

DAY 2: MANALI TO JISPA 135 KM (3250 M/10,662 FT)

We will drive along the Beas River upstream along the left bank through several villages, until we reach the Rohtang Pass (4050 m/13,287 ft.). We will then drive down to reach in Gramphu, and then the passport checkpoint at Koskar. Afterwards, we will go on to Keylong; the tribal district headquarters. A further 35 km will lead we to the campsite at Jispa or Darcha.

DAY 3: JISPA TO SARCHU 84 KM (4253 M /13,953 FT)

We will leave to the higher region, accompanied by zigzag uphill roads in the shadow of hanging glaciers to the scenic Baralacha La (4800 m/15,748 ft.), before descending on to the Sarchu plateau. Overnight stay on Sarchu campsite.

DAY 4: SARCHU TO TSOKAR 133 KM, 7 HOURS (4267 M /13,999 FT)

We will leave the vast Sarchu plateau, to head up to Namik La (4950 m/16,240 ft.), where we will see spectacular views of unique geological formations. Then we will go over Lachu Lang La (5090 m/16,699 ft.) before descending to the gorge of the cliffy GanglaJal to Pang. We will then continue through the vast plateau of Kyang Chu-Thang (plateau of wild donkey) to Tsokar, via dusty and unidentified trails. The Tsokar lake - also called White Lake because of the salt deposits around it – is where extracted salt from its shores is still sold all over Ladakh, as well as yellow headed Wagtail, Pled Wagtail, Desert Wheatears, Raven, Horned Lark etc.

DAY 5: TSOKAR TO TSOMORIRI (KARZOK) 90 KM (4568 M /14,986 FT)

The rough road leads to the top of the Polokongkha (4920 m/16,141 ft.) before we descend to the Puga Valley, which is known for its Butangass and nomads. You will reach in Sumdo Village before driving uphill again to reach the Namstang La (4800 m/15,748 ft.) and carry on to Karzok. The Gompa and its inhabitants (nomads) are the most outstanding features of this area. Overnight stay in camp.

DAY 6: KARZOK TO LEH 220 KM (3506 M /11,502 FT)

We will leave early to head back the same way until reaching Sumdo, then we will go to Mahe, where the main road leads to Leh. We will be traveling along the Indus River, and on the way, we will have the opportunity to visit the Hemis, Thiksey and Shey Monasteries. Overnight stay in hotel.

DAY 7: LEH TO STOK AND PHYANG MONASTERY

We will be visiting the Stok Palace and its museum, as well as taking a relaxing stroll in the village. We will then drive to Phyang en route before reaching back in Leh in time for lunch. Overnight stay in hotel.

DAY 8: LEH TO KHARDUNG LA (5540 M /18,175 FT)

We will begin with an uphill drive to Khardung La, the "world's highest motorable road". You will need to be cautious of altitude sickness, although oxygen cylinders will be within the accompanying vehicle throughout the journey. Once we reach the top, we will be able to see magnificent views of the Himalaya and its valleys. We will then head back for Leh, where you will have lunch and then you will be free for the rest of the day. Overnight stay in hotel.

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