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Where: Sarayu Valley, Kumaon When: March 14 to 19 How long: 6 days How much: Rs 39,000
A quintessential Kumaoni village comes with its own set of folk tales, unique views of the snow-covered peaks, its twist to the regional cuisine, personal meadows and much more. Things you will not experience unless you stay with them, eat with them and walk their paths. Short, easy walks will take you from one village to another as you accumulate stories and experiences. The stay will be comfortable and simple, food authentic and the smiles genuine.
When: August 13-18
How long: 6 days
How much: Rs 26,000*
Dzukou Valley, a lesser-known paradise for trekkers and wanderers in search of solitude amidst nature, is situated at the border of Nagaland and Manipur. Dzukou Valley is believed to have gotten its name from its namesake river which means ‘cold waters’. The trek is serene, tranquil and you will have the company of twin rivers of Dzukou and Japfu as you walk along rolling hills and wildflowers.
Read more: http://www.kipepeo.in/trips/dzukou-valley-trek/
Where: Arunachal Pradesh
When: December 15 to 22
How long: 8 days
How much: Rs 34,000*
An ecosystem that is home to over 100 mammals, 300 birds and a hundred other life firms, the allure of the Namdapha is legendary. Walk through the dense rainforest with an overhead canopy created by towering trees and tall bamboos. A forest so rich in diversity that every inch is teeming with life that you can come across at any moment – while crossing streams on rickety foot bridges, jumping over large tree trunks which block the road or while ascending/descending the gentle climbs that dot the path.
Read more: http://www.kipepeo.in/trips/namdapha-trek/
Where: Spiti Valley/Kinnaur
When to go: Jan 26 to Feb 3; March 2 to 10 How long: 8 days How much: Rs 26,500*
Few big cats out there in the wild that have fascinated mankind as much as the snow leopard! This journey takes us into the habitats of these elusive predators. While spotting them is a matter of luck, the trail will provide a great insight into the habitats and markings of these predators. Spotting of the Red Fox, Blue Sheep and other prey of these predators is easier along with the various species of high altitude birds.
Read more: https://drive.google.com/file/d/12FBCiRFzud-4X_I4eMPl93OKL6XCVyKG/view