An All Women Immersive Group Trip, Full Of Adventure, Culture, Great Food, And Fun; Led By An Experienced Adventurer
Embark on a trip full of adventure. Camp at Aru Valley, hike along lakes and valleys surrounded by Pir Panjal and Zanskar ranges, explore the secluded Nafran valley, enjoy rafting and trout fishing in the Lidder river.Perfect introduction to outdoors, equally enjoyable for experienced adventurers.
Soak in the local culture with fun filled musical evenings and warm hearted conversations with villagers. Explore local culture, tradition, and interact with the locals about the history and lores of Kashmir. Witness cultural extravaganza with traditional folk acts. Indulge in the thrill and enjoyment of making your own themed parties at the campsite after sundown.
Enjoy the best of traditional Kashmiri, Indian and international cuisine. Other than Indian and international food, indulge in traditional Kashmiri cuisine known for its unique aroma with delicacies such as Modur Pulao, Matschgard, Yakhni, Dum Olaf, Goshtaba, Kashmiri Baingan, Sheermal, Nadir Monji (lotus stem). Includes veg and non-veg options. Lunch and dinner will have salads, soup, starters, and the main course. In between delight your senses with specially crafted finger-licking snacks in the evening. In addition, the Chief Experience Officer has planned lots of healthy options to energize you for the activity of the day.
Indulge in all the comforts and privileges you deserve. Stay at luxurious houseboats and campsites with amenities and a team of hosts ready to take care of all your needs. Start your day with a new theme almost every time - whether it is doing yoga and restorative exercises, or having authentic food and tea served at your beds. All in all, these will rejuvenate you and prepare you for the upcoming adventure of the day!
Be guided by an experienced adventurer before and during the trip. Your Chief Experience Officer for this trip will be Pooja Mehra, an entrepreneur, adventurer and foodie. She lives in Mumbai, and spends her free time hiking, scuba diving, bungee jumping and indulging in other adrenaline rush activities. She is also a regular in the local long-distance running circuit. Pooja will lead the group and guide you to prepare in the best possible way.
Srinagar is one of the central hubs for tourist destinations spread across Jammu and Kashmir with its spectacular beauty and scenic splendor. The Sheikh ul Alam International airport in Srinagar is situated just 15 kilometers away from the city center at Humhama. It is well connected via roadways and will …
Srinagar is one of the central hubs for tourist destinations spread across Jammu and Kashmir with its spectacular beauty and scenic splendor. The Sheikh ul Alam International airport in Srinagar is situated just 15 kilometers away from the city center at Humhama. It is well connected via roadways and will take you only 30 minutes to reach Srinagar from there. The Sheikh ul Alam international airport is served by several airlines. It gets regular flights from important North Indian cities like New Delhi, Chandigarh, and other metro cities like Mumbai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, etc. On the other hand, if you want to reach Srinagar via railways, you have to reach either the Jammu Tawi Railway station or the Udhampur Railway station. These are the two nearest railway stations that have excellent railway connectivity to major cities across India. The Jammu Tawi Railway station at Shaktinagar, Katra, is 268 kilometers away from Srinagar. You can avail the government bus service or board private buses or even hire a cab to reach Srinagar via the National Highway 44. The Udhampur Railway station at Bharatnagar is situated 230 kilometers from Srinagar. You can take the National Highway 44 and reach Srinagar by boarding a government or private bus or rental cabs. Being the capital city of Jammu and Kashmir, Srinagar has excellent road connectivity to important North Indian cities like New Delhi (876 kilometers), Chandigarh (646 kilometers), Jammu (258 kilometers), and Leh (424 kilometers). The National Highway 44 merged seven former National Highways fully or partially and serves as the longest in the country, connecting Srinagar to major Indian cities like Agra, Gwalior, Jhansi, Nagpur, Hyderabad, Madurai, Bengaluru, etc.
Srinagar is a magnificent city and serves as a central hub for unique tourist spots across Jammu and Kashmir. Thus, the accommodation options are endless and offer variable pricing structures with associated amenities and add-ons. Starting from guesthouses to cheaper hotels that provide accommodation at USD 5-10 (INR 375-750) per …
Srinagar is a magnificent city and serves as a central hub for unique tourist spots across Jammu and Kashmir. Thus, the accommodation options are endless and offer variable pricing structures with associated amenities and add-ons. Starting from guesthouses to cheaper hotels that provide accommodation at USD 5-10 (INR 375-750) per night to comparatively higher-priced luxury and deluxe hotels where the prices start from USD 20-100 (INR 1500-7500) and above per night, you can stay wherever you want. You can also look for homestays with a friendly environment and a flurry of comparatively lower-priced amenities than the luxury hotels at a range of USD 20-40 (INR 1500-3000) per night. Since the primary objective for people visiting Srinagar is to travel, you need to book your accommodation in advance to avail of a lower price and avoid the rush.
Somewhere between fantasizing about a vacation with delicious kebabs, mesmerizing Sangrias, sunsets or just putting your feet up to sip a coffee, there is the whole endless ‘to-do’ list which never seems to give us a breather. Somethings that we all dream but which has apparently and silently got crumpled under the mundane routine we all are caught into. Take little time out to do what your heart desires, away from the hustle and bustle of reality to explore new places, culture and cuisines. Whether you looking for an escape or a group gateway we are here to provide personalized, professionalized, safety services to cover all your needs.
Yes, it is safe to trek in Kashmir as long as you keep in mind some pointers and follow the directives of the tour guide or your trek leader. While in the base camp, do not stray from your group, stay in places permissible for tourists, and avoid going to downtown areas.
You need a government photo ID proof (Aadhaar card, Passport, Driving license), a signed copy of the declaration certificate, and a medical certificate (both originals and photocopies of all the documents) for the Kashmir.