Where: LadakhWhen: May to AugustHow long: 6 daysHow much: Rs 32,000 per person, all-inclusive ex-Leh (food, accommodation, local transport, local guide and permits).
Apricot, known as "chulli" in Ladakh, was introduced to the arid region of Ladakh centuries ago by traders passing through the area on the Silk Route. This tour allows tourists to get a deep understanding of organic farming of apricots. The scenic beauty is unmatched and you will stay at warm homestays in some beautiful and unexplored villages of Ladakh.
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Where: Kumaon, UttarakhandWhen: April 23 to 30, 2019How long: 8 daysHow much: Rs 46,200 per person.
This is a river expedition like no other as naturalist and river expert Emmanuel ‘Theo’ Theophilus of Himalayan Ark will be joining in. Having lived in the upper reaches of the Kali basin for the past 26 years, Theo knows this River and the inter-connected riverine ecosystem intimately and he will share his knowledge and insights with participants. The River, located along the border of India and Nepal, flows through the picturesque Kumaoni landscape. Coupled with the sparkling water and wonderful sandy beaches, this trip promises a wilderness journey of a lifetime. Participants run the river with experienced guides in the day and bask in the natural beauty of the region in the late afternoon and evening.
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A homestay in the Darjeeling hills
Hilltop cottages near Mukteshwar, Uttarakhand