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Best Of Ladakh - Open Age (Ex Leh) - Tour
Best Of Ladakh - Open Age (Ex Leh)
₹ 47,000
7 Nights 8 Days
16 Jul, 13 Aug, and 03 Sep
For All Ages
Best Of Ladakh - Open Age (Ex Leh)
₹ 47,000
Recommended for Age Group 14 - 60 years This Ex - Leh itinerary is specially recommended to those, who have relatively less time available for exploring these high altitude cold deserts ! Ladakh -  known as the rooftop of the world has been mystifying travelers with its stark beauty and great culture. This short yet well crafted  itinerary covers all the important and “must see” places in Ladakh, viz. the Magnetic Hill, monasteries at Thiksey, Diskit, Stok Palace, Sindhu Ghat, Shanti Stupa, a drive through world’s highest motorable road at Khardung La, exploring beautiful sand dunes at Nubra Valley and a stay at ever enchanting Pangong Tso !!! So join us on the unforgettable Ladakh Safari and gather memories for a lifetime. read more read less
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Spiti Road Trip - Open Age - Tour
Spiti Road Trip - Open Age
₹ 55,000
8 Nights 9 Days
02 Jul, 15 Jul, and 12 Aug
For All Ages
Spiti Road Trip - Open Age
₹ 55,000
Recommended for Age Group 14 - 60 years Separated from fertile Lahaul by the soaring 4,551 m. (15,018 ft.) Kunzum La, Spiti is another chunk of Tibetan plateau marooned in India. This trip is a great way to explore the wonders of Spiti. You will trek in some of  the remotest regions of the country. Spiti valley is in every sense as beautiful and rugged, if not more, than Ladakh. The turquoise-grey ribbon of the Spiti River is your near-constant companion, running along a fairly broad valley. This valley is open only for a few months every year as the high passes leading to it get blocked by heavy snowfall. In the days to follow we indulge in exploration, hiking and soft trekking in this spectacular landscape. You come across small settlements with ancient monasteries, chortens, mane walls, fluttering flags, prayer wheels and Buddhist monks, leaving an image which is sure to last a lifetime. Last but not the least you will drive to the top of Kunzum La pass and also go for a circuit trek along the Chandratal (moonlake). Nothing can prepare you for the beauty of this lake. Chandratal is a spectacular high altitude lake with turquoise green water and snow capped mountains all around. read more read less
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Kashmir Great Lakes trek (Ex-Srinagar) - Tour
Kashmir Great Lakes trek (Ex-Srinagar)
₹ 42,500
8 Nights 9 Days
23 Jul, 13 Aug, 20 Aug, and more
For All Ages
Kashmir Great Lakes trek (Ex-Srinagar)
₹ 42,500
The Kashmir Great Lakes trek or also known as the Sonmarg - Vishansar - Naranag trek is a popular alpine Himalayan trek in the great Kashmir Valley. With a difficulty level of moderate to high, the KGL trek is worth the effort. Crossing through alpine peaks of the Himalayas and grassy meadows, one comes across the glaciers of these rugged mountains. The 7 lakes of Satsar are a treat for the eye along with the lakes of Gangbal and Nundkol. In a nutshell, The Kashmir Great Lakes is a must-visit and every trekker's dream! read more read less
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Valley of Flowers (Ex-Dehradun) - Tour
Valley of Flowers (Ex-Dehradun)
₹ 46,500
7 Nights 8 Days
30 Jul, 07 Aug, and 13 Aug
Valley of Flowers (Ex-Dehradun)
₹ 46,500
Considered by many as one of the most beautiful places in India, the Valley of Flowers tucked into the hills of the Garhwal Himalayas is a nature lover's dream come true. During the months of July and August, innumerable flowers of various shapes, sizes, and hues adorn the valley creating a veritable multi-colored carpet. The valley is home to over 300 Colorful species including Marinas, Himalayan Blue Poppy, Brahma Kamal, Potentilla, Aster, Lilies, etc. British mountaineer Frank Smythe stumbled upon the Valley of Flowers in 1931. ‘In all my mountain wandering,’ he wrote, ‘I have not seen a more beautiful valley where the human spirit may find repose. It’s in the core zone of Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve. A colossal expanse of 87.5 sq km and myriad alpine flowers make this place a colorful paradise. Perched at an altitude of 12070 feet above sea level, Bhyundar Valley is the home to this surreal place. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Valley of Flowers trek comes to a perfect finish with a visit to Hemkund. Well thought out itinerary, accommodation in the best available hotels / Guest House, chartered vehicle/s for the entire tour ensure you a memorable experience. read more read less
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The Himalayan Odyssey @ Kumaon - Tour
The Himalayan Odyssey @ Kumaon
₹ 36,500
7 Nights 8 Days
Available on request
For All Ages
The Himalayan Odyssey @ Kumaon
₹ 36,500
November is a great time to be in the Himalayas. The probability of clear cloudless skies with clear and crisp views of Himalayan ranges makes it a delightful experience.  This November, we have shortlisted two of the best locations with astounding Himalayan views Chaukori (Jhaltola) and Shitlakhet. The short and long walks in the chilled winters will be highly rewarding.  An Offbeat Destination in Kumaon, Jhaltola (near Chaukori) has a unique location and stunning 300 kms of Himalayan views. A 1,000 acre estate, it is surrounded by thousands of acres of untouched forests and the nearest neighbour is a kilometer away. The peaks of Hathi Parvat, Gauri Parbat, Nanda Ghunti, Trishul, Nanda Devi East and West, Nanda Khat, Nanda Kot and more ranges of Nepal are seen from here. The Himalayan paradise of Kumaon contains some of the most stunning mountain scenery that we know of anywhere, from the perennially snow capped peaks of the Great Himalayan range in the north to the pretty hill stations in the foothills and the stunning wilderness of Corbett National Park. This tour will let you enjoy one of the best National Parks of India with the destinations from where you can witness the 300 kms of Himalayan Panorama.  Shitlakhet has amazing views of the Himalayas. It's proximity to Ranikhet will help us explore the cantonment town of Ranikhet that also houses the Museum of Kumaon Regiment.  Join us to experience the most memorable time of your life in the lap of Himalayas! read more read less
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Sonaugi - The Best Kept Secret of Himachal - Tour
Sonaugi - The Best Kept Secret of Himachal
₹ 28,900
6 Nights 7 Days
Available on request
Sonaugi - The Best Kept Secret of Himachal
₹ 28,900
Sonaugi, a place that is blessed with a stunning location. Built in typical and traditional Himachali style that includes the use of a lot of wood and stones, our stay is amidst Deodar trees and Orchard. The place is accessible throughout the year and is classically described as a home from where many gentle directions goad you into walking to nowhere in particular. A destination very close to Manali yet far away, Sonaugi is blessed with unbelievable scenic beauty and pleasant walks. It is ideal for travelers who don't want to rush things up, who would like to live easy a few days amidst their rushed-or-unrushed lives. Holidays here are meant to languish, recharge, rethink, re-align, meditate, chill, hang-out, long conversations with like-minded travelers, long walks and you will come back rejuvenated.Note from the host : Mr Vivek Sharma : This is the place where I plan to retire and till then you are welcome to be the guest at my place. A few years from now, I will personally welcome you. A lot of thought has gone on to the making of this place but I am sure you will like old style "Dhuna" the best. This is the place where you can sit around the big fireplace and have riveting conversations with your co-travelers. The rooms have not been provided with the German bukharis (wooden stove) in the room that ensures that you can stay in a T-shirt and shorts even when it is snowing outside. I assure you that it does not get more comfortable than this on a chilly day. This is a 365-day "place to be in" but personally I feel that winters are much better than summers, of course relatively speaking, as it has crisp sun, lovely days, great visibility and less / no haze. This is a place for all those of you who prefer solitude over chaotic "touristy" destinations. read more read less
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Less Explored Bastar (6 Nights / 7 days) - Tour
Less Explored Bastar (6 Nights / 7 days)
₹ 32,700
6 Nights 7 Days
Available on request
Less Explored Bastar (6 Nights / 7 days)
₹ 32,700
Chhattisgarh is an Indian State that still carries a mysterious aura about it. A landlocked State that shares its boundary with seven Indian States was carved out in 2000 from Madhya Pradesh. A "young" State, it has slowly yet steadily began to occupy a place of priority and respect in the wishlist of an explorer. Since Chhattisgarh is still devoid of crowds that throng a popular destination, a nature lover will find Chhattisgarh relatively untouched, unblemished and unspoilt. Foliage Outdoors will take you through the journey that begins at the Coastal Town of Vizag (Visakhapatnam) in Andhra Pradesh and we will meander through to Araku and beyond in one of the best train journeys of India. A run over 58 tunnels and 84 bridges, this engineering marvel of the Indian railways will leave you awestruck. This rail journey is best undertaken post-monsoons. After a spell of rains, the valley is a verdant green with numerous cascading waterfalls and gushing streams. The end of this train journey will get us into the treasure trove of History, Nature, Heritage, Culture, Festivity and Art that keeps every traveler interested and spellbound. Chhattisgarh is blessed with exotic waterfalls and it would only be appropriate to call it "The Waterfall Capital Of India". The Jewel In The Crown certainly goes to horseshoe shaped Chitrakote Falls. Chitrakote is the largest waterfall in India that falls from a height of about 100 feet and widens up to 150 meters is a sight to behold in peak rainy season. The majority of the state's population belongs to tribal communities and we will make an attempt to known their lifestyle from close quarters. We will visit the famous weekly Tribal Markets and feast on the local cuisine. Join Foliage Outdoors as we try to decipher a mystery of our own land that has, for long, gone unnoticed even for a discerning traveler. read more read less
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Off the Grid with Rafting - Tour
Off the Grid with Rafting
₹ 19,400
4 Nights 5 Days
Available on request
Off the Grid with Rafting
₹ 19,400
Away from the electricity and telephone networks, get reconnected to sights, sound, smell and taste of the western ghats. Well!! that's the theme of the tour. Stay at an exclusive homestay in the Western Ghats, on the border of Goa and Karnataka, and get a genuine break from a day-to-day life. Take a walk through the forest & relish the rich flora & fauna along with the streams flowing around. Get rare views of famous Dudhsagar falls from the top of the waterfall. Go for cycle rides and try your hands on pottery. Bond over a hot cup of coffee and eat locally grown vegetables and salads. Gorge on woodfired oven pizza and share experiences by a bonfire.Note from the host : 'Off The Grid' is owned by Sylvia Kerkar and John Pollard, a wife and husband team. Along with a handful of staff, they run the property tending to a variety of tasks ranging from trekking, cooking, building, repairing, attending to the fields and other chores. Sylvia Kerkar is from Bangalore and Goa. She is passionate about ceramics and runs her own pottery studio at Off The Grid and in Goa. John Pollard is from England and is an adventure sports enthusiast. He pioneered white water rafting in South India in the year 1999 and started running the first rafting operations in Peninsular India. 'Off The Grid' is a very good example of a self-sufficient property which is completely independent in terms of energy & food. Solar energy is used for lighting, the waterfalls for plentiful year-round water supply & firewood from the forest for cooking with ovens, grills & stoves. This will give a unique experience of a simple lifestyle. The Farming at Off the Grid today is the same as it has been on farms in these areas for hundreds of years- mainly rice-growing, fruit trees & vegetables.Dandeli: From this beautiful homestay move on to Dandeli for some adventure! You guessed it right! Whitewater rafting on the Kali river. read more read less
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Glorious Kangra to Rangla Punjab - Tour
Glorious Kangra to Rangla Punjab
₹ 35,000
6 Nights 7 Days
Available on request
Glorious Kangra to Rangla Punjab
₹ 35,000
Amritsar-Gurdaspur “Ghar aaja pardesi tera des bulaye re”. Sarson de khet, Makke ki Roti, Lassi da glass and world-famed Punjabi Hospitality is calling you to visit “Sadda Punjab”. Experience the glimpses of rural Punjab without giving up on comforts. A stay in traditional Punjabi "Kothi", mouthwatering authentic Punjabi Cuisines, walks in the blooms of Sarson farms, dip into the tube well. Being in Punjab, how can we miss the Golden temple, Jallianwala bagh and Indo-Pak border at Wagah? Mcleodganj-Palampur Explore the Tibetan culture at McLeodganj. “Toot pado” over the hot momo and thukpa. Cherish the walks in Tea Gardens at Palampur. Explore the mystery and the history of places like Kangra Fort. We, at Foliage Outdoors, have chosen just the right month for you for this Tour. The yellow flowers of “Sarson” are in full bloom in the month of January-February and the weather is just "holiday perfect" at Palampur. Join us as we promise to give you your own “DDLJ” moments on this Tour :-D  read more read less
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