Tosh is a 10-km road route or trek from Manikaran. It is one of the best secret weekend getaway from Delhi but is thronged mostly by Israelis and foreigners. It is a perfect place to get disconnected from the world and feel solitudeness. This place is known or its picturesque surroundings- it’s mountains, greenery with wooden cottages, snow covered land, and warmth of the villagers of Tosh. The place is situated on the top of a hill surrounded by high peaked hills covered fully with snow. You can stand there admiring the nature and the very experience can give you the feeling like you are in heaven.
Gavi is a village in Pathanamthitta district, Kerala, India. It is considered as one of the must-see places in India for all nature lovers as Gavi is preserved in its natural scenic beauty and its untainted by the mighty hands of modernity. There is no mobile coverage here in Gavi. You will constantly be out of range of your phone and in touch with mothernature.
This place is a subdistrict or tehsil of the Kargil district, which lies in the eastern half of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It has an impressive mountain backdrop known for its Trek-organize cultural, adventure, expedition, river rafting, wildlife but lacks much architectural character. One thing that is recommended while you visit this place is rafting in its icy cold water and 28 km rapids. This experience would be definitely adventourous and sounds pretty dangerous but is actually safe. It gives you the adrenaline rush you think that you are getting in the moment of danger.
Fantastic experience to be cut off from busy and hectic city life. This place has Weak phone network and no TV in the room ( due to weak connection ) ensuring you don’t spend time on calls but live in the present, enjoying and admiring nature. You will love the concept of games – Scrabble – and books on nature and science in the room.
Chitkul is a village in Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh. The Indian road ends here as it is the last inhabited village near the Indo-China border. A quiet little village situated literally at the end of the road. A signpost proudly announces you have reached the end of the road as you stare at the beautiful mountains.
Visit Tamara was to have an isolated holiday away from hustle- bustle admist the concrete jungle and typical ambience of the city hotels. When you visit this place you will surely love the tent-style accommodation. I you’re planning to go to Coorg, you must certainly visit this place. The drive to the resort on the cement road and the warm welcome over there will be a pleasant surprise.