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6 best trekking and camping places of Asia

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5 best trekking and camping places of Asia

Asia happens to have many different mountains and valley and in plenty of different sizes and different shapes. You can easily trek through different routes here and feel like traveling a whole new trek each time. Asia happens to have the mountains with snowcapped peaks, glacial lakes and a host of unique wildlife which for sure inspires the people to travel to get some great moments at the place. It’s not always by Car, Train, Bike you can make moments but the best moments and experiences come from travel by foot. Let us have a look at the best trekking and camping places of Asia so you can plan a trek in the best place which is nearer to your summer vacation holiday destination.

Wayanad, Kerala – India

Wayand is a hub a small trekking places in Kerala India. Kerala is like a collection is several hill station with Wayand being one of the most beautiful. In Wayand there many small peaks like the Banasura hill which is by the Banasura Sagar Dam and the Chembra peak which is famous for the heart-shaped lake. Other trekking places in Wayanad include Pakshipathalam, Edukkal Caves, Brahmagiri Peak

Trekking places in wayanad
Trekking places in wayanad

Annapurna Circuit and Upper Mustang Trek – Nepal

This trek is one of the oldest treks of Asia and is found in the Himalayan range of mountains. The Trek is quite long at 17 – 21 days and you will have to keep all the Camping materials with you to complete the trek. In the trail, you will be passing through the Thorung La Pass which is the highest point at 5,416m. The Trek goes through different villages and Hindu Holy sites hence you will travel a host of different places while trekking. From last 5 years, this trek has been at the top of the Top 5 or Top 10 list of treks of Asia.

Now the Upper Mustang trek takes you to a place of Tibetan Buddhist culture, an isolated Buddhist empire called the kingdom of Mustang or Lo Manthang. The Tibetan culture here is unspoiled at all and heavily preserved in the pure form. The Upper Mustang trekking trail is quite difficult and follows the old ancient salt caravan route which the people of Lo Manthang used to trade salt.

upper mustang trek nepal
upper mustang trek nepal

Kamchatka – Russia

Russia happens to be one of the largest blocks in the world and the most active region with many volcanoes active and a number of geysers and hot springs along the treks. Kamchatka is a peninsula and hence there is no connecting road i.e. you will have to take a helicopter or snowmobile or an off-road vehicle to reach the trekking route. You will even get to experience the Kamchatka brown bears and landscapes you will be getting at the place.

Gondogoro La – Pakistan

This trek happens to be connecting the two-glacier found in Pakistan which is the Gondogoro Glacier and Baltoro glacier. These are then indeed connected to the Shigar Valley.  During camping and trekking at the place you are going to get the views to the K-2, Broad Peak, Masherbrum and many other places these are just a few to name. You will pass through the Karakorum region of Pakistan while trekking. The mountain you will cross during the trek is also one of the highest mountain in the world, and also the highest mountain passes in the world. If you wish to trek at the place then the best time happens to be after June and before November which is the time when the trek is the easiest.

MT Kinabalu – Malaysia

If you are not an experienced trekker and still need to try one of the Top 5 Treks of Asia in the beginner phase then the Mt. Kinabalu in Malaysia happens to be the best. The trek is quite small at just 2 days in length and is the easiest peak for the professional trekkers out in the wild. Although it is easy you are going to enjoy the sunrise from the place and it is quite famous for the sunrises and sunsets from the place.

The Snowman Trek – Bhutan

This is the biggest trek in the list of top 5 treks and camping destination. This trek happens to pass through many different regions of Bhutan and we will get many jaw-dropping views while doing the trek. This trek happens to be the extension to the Laya Gasa Trek, and as you saw the length, this trek happens to be only for the hardcore trekkers. Apart from being on the list of the Top 5 Trekking and Camping sites of Asia, the Snowman Trek is also listed to be in “the most difficult trek in the world.” If you are looking for some real fun while hiking then this place is for you and a must do the trek.

These are our pick to the Top 5 Treks and Camping location of Asia, if you don’t agree with the list do let us know with your pick of the Top 5 treks and help others by letting them know more treks in Asia which are best.

8 Spectacular Beaches in Bali

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Bali is undeniably among the most popular tourist destinations in the world witnessing an endless stream of tourist traffic all year round. While there are countless attractions to enjoy in Bali, its major attraction remain the glorious beaches it is home to. Replete with sandy shores, limestone structures, spectacular reefs, and breathtaking panoramic views, the beaches of Bali are among some of the best in the world. Here’s a list of some of the best beaches in Bali you can explore on your trip to this remarkable place.

The world’s best beaches in Bali:

  1. Legian Beach:

With its name meaning ‘sweet’ in Balinese, can this beach be anything but awesome! The place is most popular among night owls owing to its extravagant nightlife. Many people, especially first-timers, will find similarities between Legian and Kuta beach as they both have a rocking night scene. A stroll down the scenic and famed Double Six Beach will forever change your views about nightlife in Bali. It’s also home to some of the 10 best beach clubs in Bali.

  1. Kuta Beach:

Kuta Beach is among the most popular and highly frequented beaches in Bali. Boasting of scenic beauty, a hip nightlife, and plenty of top-notch restaurants in the vicinity, Kuta Beach is a must-visit. Perpetually crowded owing to its popularity, this is a great place to visit especially during New Year’s or Christmas. However, if you’re looking for a quiet beach to hang out, this isn’t the ideal choice. This is best suited for night owls and hardcore party animals.

  1. Jimbaran Beach:

This fairly secluded beach is the best one to visit for travelers looking for a serene, less-crowded beach. Popular especially among couples, this is an ideal place to visit if you wish to spend some quiet quality time with your beau. Take a stroll along the stunning beach and enjoy breathtaking views of the sunset. If you venture a little further, you’ll find a remarkable hidden place covered in a thick canopy of tropical forest.

  1. Tanjung Benoa Beach:

Once a fishing village and dock, the Tanjung Benoa Beach is among the most popular ones for water sports today. Like the others, this place has also been revamped and modernized to accommodate luxury resorts and world-class restaurants among several other things. But water sports remain a major attraction drawing scores of adventure enthusiasts to the beach. You can try anything and everything from scuba diving and snorkeling to water jet skiing and motorboat riding.

  1. Seminyak Beach:

One of the most fashionable beaches in Bali, Seminyak Beach is an awesome place to visit. Home to some of the best luxury hotels, resorts, and restaurants and other entertainment options, this is one of the most spectacular beaches to visit in Bali. This is an especially great beach to visit if you happen to be a shopaholic as you will find a vast range of amazing shops, fashion stores, and boutiques. Foodies can head to explore the endless stream of restaurants lined up offering mouthwatering food.

  1. Sanur Beach:

Another place that witnessed a stunning transformation from a fishing village to a happening beach, Sanur Beach is among the top places to visit in Bali. You’ll be amazed that this remarkable beach with the utmost modern amenities was once a simple fishing region. From elite restaurants and lavish beachfront hotels to luxury resorts and an assortment of bars, you will find anything and everything at the Sanur Beach. Giving off a blend of contemporary aura and modern vibe, this is among the most exotic beaches to explore in Bali.

  1. Amed Beach:

This is another great beach for trying some of the most exciting water sports in Bali. If you happen to be an adventure sports enthusiast, this is the best beach to visit. Apart from adventure sports, other attractions you can enjoy include the historic shipwreck placed mesmerizingly on Amed’s seabed and a beautiful, vibrant marine life. Offering such amazing attractions over and under the water, Amed Beach is among the best ones to visit in Bali.

  1. Karma Beach:

Property of the extremely famous Karma Kandara Resort, this is one of the most luxurious beaches to visit. Offering some of the best private pool villas in Bali, it allows guests to enjoy a secluded yet one of the most amazing beaches and lagoons in Bali. An ideal locale for the upscale travelers, Karma Beach is perpetually brimming with picnickers and other tourists enjoying the heavenly ambiance. Offering endless attractions, you can enjoy a tropical feel coupled with a 5-star experience at Karma Beach.

There are scores of more such amazing beaches to explore in Bali. Dreamland Beach, Nyang Nyang Beach, Tegal Wangi Beach, and Echo Beach are some of the many other beaches you can explore in Bali. So delay no more! Book cheap flights and head out to explore some of the best beaches in Bali!

6 best paragliding places in India

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Flying in the sky is the dream of many, you might have fear from a height but deep inside you must be dreaming about flying high up in the sky. Flying in an airplane is nothing, and if you want the real bird’s eye view, and want to experience the feeling that a bird gets while flying or making it more dramatic, a superman gets while he flies.

Paragliding was invented back in the 1940s and now is quite a popular sport, but is only available to the places where we have hills, valleys, and mountains. Today we are going to talk about the best 5 paragliding places in India. If you are looking to adventure the thrill then these are the best place to start.

Vagamon, Kerala

Vagamon is the only paragliding location which is emerging internationally at a really high pace. Vagamon Paragliding in organized by Fly Vagamon. The place is situated at the border of Kottayam and Idukki district and is above 1,100m above the sea level. The climate of the place is the real decent climate which everyone for sure is going to enjoy. If you are looking to travel to the place via Air Medium then the end part might get tough for you to the nearest airport from the place is more than 150KM. Although other mediums are quite easy. Vagamon happens to be the best location to be seen from a height and enjoy the thrill by looking at the tea plantations.

Paragliding in Vagamon
Paragliding in Vagamon
Paragliding in Nandi hills Bangalore
Paragliding in Nandi hills Bangalore

Nandi Hills, Bangalore

Nandi Hills is a magnificent place to share in a wide range of adventure sports and activities and Paragliding being one of them. Paragliding in Nandi Hills Bangalore is organized by Xtacee Paragliding Club, Bangalore under the brand FlyNandi. Nandi Hills is situated at a distance of around 60 km from the city of Bangalore in Chikballapur area. You may visit the Nandi Hills whenever you want and at any part of the year. The Nandi Hills has the ideal slopes that are required for paragliding. The climate is too good and the spring season temperature comes in between 29 and 23 degrees. Amid the winters the temperature at the Nandi Hills floats between of 21 and 11 degrees.

 

Kunjapuri, Uttarakhand

This place in Uttarakhand is quite famous for Paragliding, not only paragliding you can enjoy trekking at the place which you will have to ultimately do to reach the place for paragliding. If you are afraid of the same you can at least accompany your friends on the trek. The sunsets and sunrises at the place are the real gems and you will for sure be mesmerized by the looks you will be offered. The place is located near Shiwaliks and while flying we will be enjoying the views of the peaks such as Gangotri and Banderpunch.

 

Yelagiri, Tamilnadu

Although you might not have heard about the place Yelagiri but must have heard about Vellore, and yelagiri is nearby only and falls in the same district. The international paragliding festival is held each year by the Yelagiri Paragliding club, the fest is organized each year in September, if you are an enthusiast then you can join them. The Yelagiri Paragliding Club is a club of paragliding enthusiasts and they do provide you professional equipment and instructors if you are a member. In Yelagiri there are three take-off points which are identified till now which are at a height of 450, 560, and 600 meters above the ground level.

Sikkim India

Although Sikkim is the smallest state of India, but is a major tourist attraction. Paragliding in Sikkim is organized by mainly Adventure Zone Sikkim and Fly Sikkim Adventure. There are many different types of places to explore and with time the place is becoming famous among adventure seekers. There are places in Sikkim where you can experience paragliding and experience the place from the sky. Sikkim is also one of the best places in India if we talk about the architecture and the landscape, that from high up in the sky is something everyone for sure is going to appreciate.

Paragliding in Sikkim
Paragliding in Sikkim

Pavagadh, Gujrat

The Pavagadh Hill which is quite famous in Gujrat and neighboring states for its temple. The hill happens to be in the Aravali Range which is at a height of 800 meters from the sea level and is surrounded by the plains. Bellow the hill we have the historic city of Champaner, although you might be excited to know that the Pavagadh hill is actually a volcanic cone. Champaner, Pavagadh hill area forms an Archaeological Park which is spread over an area of 3,280 acres. You will enjoy the paragliding while having a look at Archaeological park from high up in the sky.

These are our picks for the Top 5 Paragliding locations in India, do let us know what you think about these in the comment section below.

5 best beaches in India

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Exploring is one of the main activities people do in India, as there are many different things to explore in this beautiful place. India on all three sides is surrounded by Water bodies and there are even islands where we have water on all 4 sides. You might have guessed about the topic which is the beaches, and today we will be talking about the 5 best beaches in India.

We have a large 7500 KM long coastline where we can relax and sit on the easy chair to take a nice sunbath. Let us look into the best beaches and talk about the best 5, let us first enlist them then we will talk about them in detail:

Goa

Beaches and Goa both are the same words. Goa happens to be the party capital of India. You can see the people having a nice time sunbathing, swimming, parasailing and much more. If you are looking for some beach blast than Goa happens to be conducting some or the other beach party for the tourists and even the residents. One of the most famous beaches of Goa happens to be the Baga Beach in North Goa. Tourists also like to visit Goa as here the beaches might remind them of the beaches which they find in their country. Goa beaches offer a number of different water sports which one can enjoy easily. Goa is also well connected to the rest of the places in India, all of which makes Goa one of the best in the country.

Beaches in Goa
Beaches in Goa

Ganpatipule, Maharashtra

This beach is situated in the coastal area of a tiny coastal town in Maharashtra. The beach is a grand one and is the most spectacular beach you will find on the Konkan coast. Although the beach is grand but equally beautiful with red sand and shallow water till deep inside the sea, which makes it the ideal place if you are looking a beach for swimming with your friends. The place is on the way to Ratnagiri from Mumbai and hence transportation is also not a problem. Ganpatipule is quite famous for the Ganesh temple wherein it is believed that the statute originated from the ground. You can reach the place easily which is just 35KMs away from the famous Jaigad Fort.

ganpatipule beach maharashtra
ganpatipule beach maharashtra

Kovalam

Talking about some of the beaches from South India, as they are well organized than the one we find in North India. Kovalam basically is a fishing village which recently has grabbed a lot of tourist attention. The nightlife of the place have developed in quite an attractive way, and the lighthouse of the place is pristine. The coconut trees in Kovalam are placed in a straight line which forms a really great pattern which is pleasing to be seen by the eyes, as photographs and videos cannot do justice with the beauty of the place. You can even surf the waves at the beach of Kavalam which is quite a unique thing to be found in India.

Mahabalipuram

This place is well known for the sunbaths which the tourists take, or the restaurants of the place which are famous for the seafood. Mahabalipuram happens to be a perfect beach destination for a holiday. Wind Surfing and Swimming are some of the water activities which you can perform at the beach here.  There are even many different temples such as the Pandava Rathas and Varaha Cave, these are from the 7th century and is a must-see place if you are visiting nearby.

Mahabalipuram Beach
Mahabalipuram Beach

Marari, Kerala

This place is the secret ingredient of India with which India can grab the attention of foreign tourists looking for some beautiful places. The state having the vibrant colors of the green bushes and the see with floating boats. The town is cultivating the beauty all around in plenty. The Marari beach resort of the place is one of the famous beaches and will help you to get to the best beaches of the place. Beaches here are quite good with a lot of greenery making Marari the best place to be in to celebrate the holidays.

These are our pick for the Best 5 beach destinations in Asia, do let us know your list in the comment section below.

5 best beach destinations of Asia

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Koh Samui Chaweng Beach

Planning your year end? If yes then we are going to help you with some of the best beaches in Asia if you don’t want to leave your continent, or looking something nearby only. These beaches are the best when it comes to overall comfort, the enjoyment and the best part happens to be the environment you will get to enjoy the real beach feeling. Beaches are the best when it comes to relaxing and taking great sunbaths, not only the beach part but cities with beaches have their own charm and you have much more options to enjoy your stay at the place in a unique manner.

Today we will be taking about 5 such beach destinations in Asia where you can enjoy your year-end and get some memories for the next year. These places are surely gonna fill you with energy so you can get power to enjoy the next year with the tough times in office. You can visit these places both with your friends or with your family. Let us first enlist all the 5 destinations then we will talk about them in detail:

  • Goa, India
  • Yunokawa, Kahodate, Japan
  • Koh Samui, Thailand
  • Sipadan, Malaysia
  • Beidaihe, China

Goa, India

Goa happens to be one of the beach destinations of Asia. Since 1960’s the place has been the best tourist spot of India, and now one of the best magnet of India to attract tourists. There are many beaches in Goa and among them are crowded while many others happen to be free from the rush, and you can get some good deals there with beach hut accommodation too. if you are looking for a luxury vacation with private beach and casino, Goa is a heaven for that too. If you are looking to get some good adventure of sky gliding, and want to see some good Sun Sets, and also enjoy one of the best nightlife in Asia then you must head to Goa.

private beach resort in Goa
private beach resort in Goa

Koh Samui, Thailand

Thailand happens to be the beach destinations in Asia for youngsters looking for a thrill, for enjoyment, and for relaxation. Hence the best beach from Thailand had to be included in the list, and it is here. Koh Samui is one of the best beaches of Thailand and does include a number of pros to entertain you fully on your vacation to the best beach destination in Asia. Lamai beach, Chaweng beach is the must-visit beaches of the place. Here you will get all kind of water sports and will also get delighted by the awesome sunsets at the place.

Koh Samui Chaweng Beach
Koh Samui Chaweng Beach

Sipadan, Malaysia

If you are in love with deep sea diving, then you will be choosing this place for the same. The place is surrounded by corals and the marine ecosystem around the place is quite healthy, hence you can easily spot sharks and turtles which are there in plenty.

Sipadan is quite strict for its surrounding and if you are a deep see the diving fan and want to visit the Barracuda Point then you must be booked much before as they don’t allow more than 120 dives a day, and you have to be lucky to be one of them.

Yunokawa, Kahodate, Japan

The word Yonokawa means the area of hot spring, and you are going to get some good deserted beaches all around the town of Kahodate, where you can enjoy with your friends and even family. The best time to visit the place is in the winter months, and you will surely enjoy the cold breezes. The beach happens to be deserted during the peak time is due to tourists opting for Sapporo where they can even ski. So if you are looking for some private time with your friends or loved ones then the beach is the perfect place for you.

Yunokawa Kahodate Japan Beach
Yunokawa Kahodate Japan Beach

Beidaihe, China

Names in China are quite confusing but everyone must have heard about Beijing, and this place is just at a few hour drive from Beijing. The place back in the times was a relaxation place for the rulers of China, and they used to make policies in their private villas. The place is popular among Russian tourists hence you are going to encounter them in plenty over here. The place is well known for the seafood served here and also the ice chilled beer.

These are the top 5 pick for the 5 Best beach Destination of Asia, do let us know with your pick, and we will surely be covering those in our next story.

 

TIPS ON HOW TO PICK THE BEST CAMPSITE

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Camping is one of the most exciting outdoor activities travelers love to do. Whether you’re holidaying on a tropical island or enjoying the dense forests of a lush green location, camping at any of these places holds thrills of its own. But if you happen to be a first-time camper, you’ll be plagued with the question ‘how to select a good campsite?’ To answer this, following are a few tips to help you in choosing the perfect campsite.

Zeroing in on the location

The first and most important thing you need to do is to zero in on a suitable location to camp. Depending on where you are, pick a location that is in close vicinity to places and things you might need. Some of the key things you need to keep in mind when choosing a location are –

  • Is the ground flat enough to set up camp?
  • Is the campsite in close proximity to water and other essential things?
  • The campsite preferably shouldn’t be at the bottom of a hill or cavern as the air gets unimaginably cold there at nighttime.
  • Make sure you’re not set up in the middle of wildlife if you wish to avoid unwanted midnight visitors.

Picking the perfect spot

When you’re done picking a location, the next step is to choose the perfect spot where you’ll set up your tent. Keep in mind the size of your tent and the things you are carrying when doing this. Make sure the area you’re about to set up your tent in is flat and covered in natural materials such as leaves or sand so that it’s softer to lie down on than hard-packed dirt. Also make sure the ground is dry as wet ground is more thermally conductive. Another thing to keep in mind is that there’s no threat of the area being flooded in case it rains. You can never predict the weather and if it happens to suddenly rain, there are good chances of the groundwater getting inside your tent. 

Make sure the campsite has enough shade

Whatever the weather, shade over the campsite is one of the most essential things to have. Take a look around the area and study what types of trees are growing. Avoid camping under trees like the gum tree which is known to notoriously drop its limbs unexpectedly. These trees are called “widow makers” for a reason and it’s hence, best to keep a safe distance from them. In fact, avoid camping under any large tree with dry, hanging boughs that may fall anytime. Lively, strong trees are the best option as there is lesser of a risk of you being pummeled by a branch as you sleep. For those who are hammock lovers, choose your campsite likewise.

The vital aspect of toilet and access to water

These are most important to consider when picking a campsite. If you happen to be a nature lover but prefer plumbing when it comes to toilets, make sure your campsite is well in close proximity to the nearest town where you’ll have access to clean toilets. Make sure the distance is as less as possible so you don’t have an issue going back and forth as many times as you need. Another important thing to consider is if you will have access to plenty of drinking water wherever it is you are camping. If you’re not a fan of natural springs, then make sure you get plenty of clean water from the town and replenish whenever you need to.

How close is your campsite to that of others?

Are you the type of camper that needs utmost privacy or are you the type that can’t do without company? Depending on whichever your answer is, make sure your campsite is at a suitable distance from the other campers. If you like company, you could even ask your fellow campers and camp along with them. However, even if you prefer to be by yourself, it is still a better option to be a little nearer to the other campsites as you never know what you may need help with. Emergency situations don’t come with a warning and it always helps to have a few helping hands in close proximity should you need any assistance. 

How safe is your campsite?

Follow the above tips on how to pick the best campsite and you will easily be able to answer this question. Your campsite location, its proximity to emergency services access, and the quality of its locale are all vital to answering the above question. Whether you’re booking cheap flights to India to camp here or are headed to the Australian outbacks, any campsite must be a safe one. Make sure to check with local authorities that the area is a safe one. Keep a list of all emergency contact numbers in hand and make sure your loved ones are always aware of your whereabouts at all times. Remember, a good campsite isn’t always discovered, it’s one that is made. Keep the above tips in mind and have a safe, happy camping trip!

Author Bio: Laxman is enthusiastic about travelling and then writing down his travel experiences to narrate them to people. He spends most of his time in the lap of mother Earth and also likes to listen to the stories of unknown people. His articles are sometimes inspired from strangers while others are very much his own tales to tell.

TIPS ON HOW TO PICK THE BEST CAMPSITE

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Camping is one of the most exciting outdoor activities travelers love to do. Whether you’re holidaying on a tropical island or enjoying the dense forests of a lush green location, camping at any of these places holds thrills of its own. But if you happen to be a first-time camper, you’ll be plagued with the question ‘how to select a good campsite?’ To answer this, following are a few tips to help you in choosing the perfect campsite.

Zeroing in on the location

The first and most important thing you need to do is to zero in on a suitable location to camp. Depending on where you are, pick a location that is in close vicinity to places and things you might need. Some of the key things you need to keep in mind when choosing a location are –

  • Is the ground flat enough to set up camp?
  • Is the campsite in close proximity to water and other essential things?
  • The campsite preferably shouldn’t be at the bottom of a hill or cavern as the air gets unimaginably cold there at nighttime.
  • Make sure you’re not set up in the middle of wildlife if you wish to avoid unwanted midnight visitors.

Picking the perfect spot

When you’re done picking a location, the next step is to choose the perfect spot where you’ll set up your tent. Keep in mind the size of your tent and the things you are carrying when doing this. Make sure the area you’re about to set up your tent in is flat and covered in natural materials such as leaves or sand so that it’s softer to lie down on than hard-packed dirt. Also make sure the ground is dry as wet ground is more thermally conductive. Another thing to keep in mind is that there’s no threat of the area being flooded in case it rains. You can never predict the weather and if it happens to suddenly rain, there are good chances of the groundwater getting inside your tent. 

Make sure the campsite has enough shade

Whatever the weather, shade over the campsite is one of the most essential things to have. Take a look around the area and study what types of trees are growing. Avoid camping under trees like the gum tree which is known to notoriously drop its limbs unexpectedly. These trees are called “widow makers” for a reason and it’s hence, best to keep a safe distance from them. In fact, avoid camping under any large tree with dry, hanging boughs that may fall anytime. Lively, strong trees are the best option as there is lesser of a risk of you being pummeled by a branch as you sleep. For those who are hammock lovers, choose your campsite likewise.

The vital aspect of toilet and access to water

These are most important to consider when picking a campsite. If you happen to be a nature lover but prefer plumbing when it comes to toilets, make sure your campsite is well in close proximity to the nearest town where you’ll have access to clean toilets. Make sure the distance is as less as possible so you don’t have an issue going back and forth as many times as you need. Another important thing to consider is if you will have access to plenty of drinking water wherever it is you are camping. If you’re not a fan of natural springs, then make sure you get plenty of clean water from the town and replenish whenever you need to.

How close is your campsite to that of others?

Are you the type of camper that needs utmost privacy or are you the type that can’t do without company? Depending on whichever your answer is, make sure your campsite is at a suitable distance from the other campers. If you like company, you could even ask your fellow campers and camp along with them. However, even if you prefer to be by yourself, it is still a better option to be a little nearer to the other campsites as you never know what you may need help with. Emergency situations don’t come with a warning and it always helps to have a few helping hands in close proximity should you need any assistance. 

How safe is your campsite?

Follow the above tips on how to pick the best campsite and you will easily be able to answer this question. Your campsite location, its proximity to emergency services access, and the quality of its locale are all vital to answering the above question. Whether you’re booking cheap flights to India to camp here or are headed to the Australian outbacks, any campsite must be a safe one. Make sure to check with local authorities that the area is a safe one. Keep a list of all emergency contact numbers in hand and make sure your loved ones are always aware of your whereabouts at all times. Remember, a good campsite isn’t always discovered, it’s one that is made. Keep the above tips in mind and have a safe, happy camping trip!

Adventure Trekking Packages of Nepal

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Nepal is the world’s most mainstream destination for trekking and hiking. The highest point of the world, Mount Everest and other 8,000 meters Himalayan pinnacles makes this little landlocked nation, a best enterprise destination since years. There are many trekking courses that can be arranged as short treks, direct treks and challenging treks as the rise rises. The individuals who are planning for short hiking and trekking can find themselves simple on choosing one of this trekking visit bundles. In this way, with these actualities, Nepal trekking can be best for little age gatherings to maturity individuals, families with their children, wedding trip couples, understudy gatherings, little office gatherings, extensive association gatherings, picture taker and videographers, narrative making individuals, scientists, and basically experience darlings.

The elevation of trekking places influences the temperature and with the variety of atmospheres, trekking seasons are delegated top time and off time. You can encounter a distinction climatic changes even you go high and high and at mountain range, the climate is alterable step by step. Basically, the great time for trekking in Nepal is from March to May and September to November, these months are main pinnacle season for trekking occasions in Nepal. Winter season and Monsoon season are not so positive for walking on the mountain but rather you can at present an experience trip to the Himalayas.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Annapurna Base Camp trek is an amazing stroll through various scene and interesting society destinations with rich mountain vistas, terraced fields, quaint Gurung towns and a wide assortment of verdure. Mt. Annapurna (8091m) of Nepal is the tenth most astounding mountain on the planet and the trip to its base camp, which is at 4130m/13549ft tallness, is a standout amongst the most prominent strolls on earth. Also, we achieve our destination through Mt. Machapuchhre (Fishtail) which is respected by the Nepalese for its one of a kind marvel. Besides, on account of the all around prepped itinerary of the Annapurna Base Camp trekking bundle, it is a famous decision among different open air aficionados, from a performance female voyager to explorers traveling in gatherings.

Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the demanding trekking in Nepal, otherwise called Mount EBC trekking. Since the time Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa prevailing with regards to climbing the Mt. Everest in 1953, individuals everywhere throughout the world wanted to visit Nepal and particularly Mt. Everest. Everest’s terrifying pinnacle ascends so high that the trekking to the base camp is as yet an experience of the most astounding class. Alongside Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Langtang Valley Trek, the breathtaking view of this district with green thick timberland, verdure, and fauna, high awesome ice sheets can soften a heart of any who visit this locale. What’s more, the distinctive extraordinary settlement of Sherpa individuals with their own particular culture and conventions are additionally the most wonderful thing that you can see here.

Gokyo Lakes Trek

Gokyo Valley Trek is thought to be extraordinary compared to other trekking in Nepal. Trek to Gokyo valley is a conventional trek that offers great perspectives of mountain crests and the Ngozumpa Glacier, which is the biggest ice sheet in the Nepal Himalayas. Gokyo Valley Trekking begins from Lukla following 35 minutes flight from Kathmandu. At that point, the trail takes after DudhKoshi River valley towards Namche Bazaar. Passing through Khumjung town and PhortseTenga, we finally reach to our final destination at Gokyo. Some traveler have the wanted to go Everest base camp trekking and afterward they can likewise get Everest base camp by means of Gokyovalley.We can have the amazing perspectives of different pinnacles including Gokyo Peak, Cho Oyu, Everest, Lhotse and Makalu which are plainly obvious from Gokyo Ri above Gokyo lake.

Upper Mustang Trek

Upper Mustang Trek is a most emotional trek for those trekkers who love to visit old Last Forbidden Kingdom of Nepal. Topographically Mustang is a piece of the Tibetan level, which lies in the north of Annapurna district, Nepal on the backside of glorious mountains, Nilgiri, Annapurna and Dhaulagiri. Upper Mustang trekking falls on the limited range of Annapurna Conservation Area (ACAP). During Upper Mustang Treks the guests inspire opportunity to witness stunning Trans-Himalaya scene, antiquated Tibetan Buddhist shrines, for example, Stupas, Chortens, Prayers dividers, old religious communities and nearby old houses. The main fascination of upper bronco trek is Lo-manthang, Lo-Manthang is the capital of Upper Mustang, and the towns around the Lo-manthang trekking region are inhabited by the Tibetan Buddhists.

Tips To Make Your Honeymoon Memorable

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Honeymoon happens once in life. You always try to make it the most special so that you can start a new journey of your life on a sweet and romantic note. No matter how many times you have travelled with your partner before marriage and how many times you will travel with them later, but the first one after marriage always has that special spark in it.

To make a romantic honeymoon story Hindi, one can choose some exotic locations in India which will make your honeymoon a cherish able memory for ever. One might be in a lot of confusion when it comes to decide a location or place for honeymoon. To be very honest, the destination should be somewhere which will be loved by both. It can be a quiet hills station or a serene sea beach or can be a royal palace which has a strong history. But once the destination is chosen, you have to make the journey memorable on your own.

Agumbe Rain forest

Adventurous enough to go to a place for honeymoon in a heavy monsoon? This can be your pick. As the name goes rain forest; it is the best thing to be viewed in rains. This place is a small village in the state of Karnataka which observes the heaviest rainfall in the southern part of India. That is why; this place is also called as the Cherrapunji of south. There are tall waterfalls and a lot of plants which are not observed elsewhere. Some animals that one can get to see here are giant squirrels, great hornbill, king cobra, lion tailed macaque.

Jaisalmer

The golden city with the golden fort in Rajasthan. The huge fort made of yellow sand stones make this place look beautiful and elegant as well. One can take a safari to the Thar Dessert and can visit till the Pakistan borders. Jaisalmer is full of colors and it is a hub of culture where you can spend a colorful holiday with your spouse.

Jim Corbett National Park

One of the top wild life sanctuaries in the entire world, this is the oldest national park of India. This was found in the year 1936 and is named after the famous hunter and story teller Jim Corbett who saved the lives of local people of Rudraprayag from a man eating tiger. This sanctuary mainly reserves the tigers from Bengal. The dense forest amidst the Himalayas is an ecstatic view for the travellers. So, if you love wild animals and greeneries around, then this is the right place for you.

Sikkim

The combination of breath taking Himalayas and roaring Teesta River will leave you speechless once you step in to Sikkim. The mist clad mountains and the wavy waterfall matches its perfect cold weather. Then there are many unexplored valleys and beautiful monasteries which one cannot give a miss. So if you are up for a hilly abode for honeymoon, this can top the list.

If one is trying to find out places for honeymoon love story in Hindi they can take help from travel sites online.