Camping in Himalayas
Camping idea can be the best idea for spending your holidays in a different way, it is also a relaxation method in laps of mother nature and also a hide out one can get from the busy city life. There are many places in India where you can go camping and enjoy yourself to the fullest. India's mountains, valleys and plains offer a large and a varied selection of exciting campgrounds and recreational parks. A unique holiday in the camps established in the lap of the nature offers an option for treks, nature walking.
We are listing below a few famous camping with itineraries that can be organized in Kullu Valley, Rishikesh & Shivpuri, Shoghi etc.
Some of the famous Camping Tours : (all the tours can be tailor made to start and end in Delhi).
Perched at the end of the Kangra Valley in Himachal Pradesh at a height of over 6000 feet between the Romantic town of Palampur and the important town of Jogindernagar Bir is a sleepy village aspiring to become a town.
Start your Himalayan journey at the Banjara Camp in Chail and carry on to Sangla and Tabo. Chail is also good for a quick refreshing weekend break. Chail is 45 kms short of Shimla and a few hundred metres higher.
One of India's oldest national parks, and located in the foothills of the Himalayas in Uttaranchal, it is named after writer, hunter and conservationist Jim Corbett. This park was one of the first tiger reserves in the country where Project Tiger was launched in 1973.
Banjara Camp has recently opened its first camp in the Kangra Valley. The valley rolls down the southern edge of the magnificent Dhauladhar range which provides a dramatic backdrop to the hill resort of Dharamsala.
Walk on clouds, reach up and touch the sky... you get the feel of all this and more when you are at Hatu camp, situated at an altitude of 10500 feet. The vistas of the snowline greets you each morning as you step out of your tent.
Nirvana comes calling at the Lakhawati Snow Farms Camp, approximately a five-hour haul from Shimla. The tented camp fully utilises the natural advantage of being on the banks of the Shailvi River and most of the activities are concentrated around the water.
Camp Tusker, located in the verdant surroundings of Rajaji National Park, is an ideal getaway for soft adventure & nature enthusiasts. The musical chirping of the birds, the rousing sound of the forest and the relaxed atmosphere take you far away from the hustle of city life, into the rejuvenating lap of nature.
Camp Panther, is set on 2.5 acres of terraced fields overlooking a small village. Camp Panther has evolved into a comfortable camping resort and has power back-up facility. The tents are equipped with fans/ heat blowers depending on the season and have attached toilets.
Leopard Beach Tented Camp is an ideal base for adventure activities in the Himalayas. Leopard Beach Tented Camp is situated 16 km upstream of Rishikesh on a secluded sandy beach by the Ganga river and is 250 km from Delhi.
For six months every year, the Himalayan valleys of Kinnaur and Spiti emerge from a thick cloak of snow to reveal a different, secret world to man. Your discovery of the lesser-known Himalayas can begin at the Banjara Camp in the Sangla Valley.
Being here in the midst of nature with your family is a great bonding experience combined with a grand taste of wildlife and adventure while skimming across one of the loveliest lakes in Kumaon, Sattal.
A holiday in Uttaranchal is about supporting the economy and ecology of this fledgling state with your heart, mind and muscle. Being here in the midst of nature with your family is a great bonding experience combined with a grand taste of wildlife and adventure while skimming across one of the loveliest lakes in Kumaon, Sattal.
Located near the Summerhill University in Shimla, Prakriti Adventure camp is promoted by environmentally aware youth. The camp set in deodar forest, with the chirping of the birds providing the background music, is ideal for those seeking to conect to nature and thier inner selves.
Answer the call of the jungle, revel in the wilderness, feel the protective presence of Shiva, Lord of the mountains. Tall and rugged deodar trees stand on guard around the camp.
For the truly adventurous the journey up from Sangla towards the Spiti Valley is a must-do! The Tabo terrain will leave you breathless and speechless. Bare mountains, torrential rivers and icy cold winds account for the sparsely populated villages in this high-altitude desert at a height of 10,500 ft.
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