Summer has arrived and the excruciating heat of the fire ball can pin down even a regular traveller under its heat. Most of the people avoid travelling during this season since the afternoon heat is simply unbearable to travel. It is that time of the year when most of the destination’s consider it off season due to lack of ‘the travellers.
But on the flip side, there are many places that can be visited during summer to witness its beauty at best. These destinations can be travelled to escape the merciless heat of the summer.
Trekking Through Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary
Binsar is an untouched rustic charm of the nature. The amazing number of flora and fauna it has to offer will just blow away your mind. Most of the two days trek might fail to excite as much as trekking in Binsar can. The most interesting part of this this place is that the Hippy and the Religious lifestyle stay in harmony. The trail that takes through Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary also promises an optimum amount of adrenaline dose for the adventure junkies. Last but not the least, it rewards with a 270 degree of uninterrupted and jaw dropping Himalayan views.
Paragliding Through The Winds Of Kamshet In Pune
More than the heat, it is the humidity of Mumbai that melts away the energy of commuters. Kamshet near Pune is a perfect escape for Mumbaikars like me. The hilly elevation of the place and its windy atmosphere makes it a perfect destination for Paragliding. The journey from Mumbai to Pune also offers beautiful Panoramic views of Lonavala ghats. Paragliding is done with trained and professional pilots with complete required safety. When flying through winds, one can witness picturesque range and valleys of Saiyadri. If travelling from Mumbai, then Paragliding in Mumbai cost Rs. 5,250 per person. While Paragliding in Kamshet cost and Paragliding in Pune cost would be cheaper. Kamshet is one of the prominent places amongst the places for Paragliding in India.
One Quest At A Time
Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand have numerous Himalayan treks, but there is one such trek that is far from these states and stands out of all. Goechala trek in Sikkim is considered a moderate trek. This trek is definitely not for the faint hearted and beginners. Trekking on Goechala gives an opportunity to view the mighty Mount Kangchenjunga. If you get to witness an early sunrise from Mount Kangchenjunga, you can die happily. Goechala trek cost under Rs. 16,000 through our website.
Insider Tip – The summer months of April and May are best time to visit, to witness its dramatic and colourful Rhododendron flowers.
River Rafting in Rishikesh
Rishikesh is considered as the rafting capital of India. The best part is that Rafting is the cheapest activity amongst all. The current of the river Ganges is different and is graded accordingly by the professionals. The water is cold enough to give shivers down the spine.
When the wave is just about to hit the raft, everyone inside would scream in unison. And then with the slap of the wave, there is a powerful rush that runs through the body. The whole experience is crazy and just gives Goosebumps. One doesn’t even need to know swimming to get into the water since the safety jackets are provided by the organisers. Do you need any more reason?
There are many other activities that can be done apart from River rafting in Rishikesh like, Yoga, Rock climbing, Bungee Jumping. There are beautiful campsites like Camp Wildhawk at Phoolchatti. Their camping tents are located alongside the river with majestic Himalayan mountains surrounding.
Rafting in Rishikesh cost starts from Rs. 600 to Rs. 2,500 depending on the package of the activity. Rishikesh Rafting season starts from October up till June and shuts down once the monsoon starts.
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Safari in Jim Corbett
Jim Corbett is not just another National park around. The national park was named after Sir Jim Corbett who went out of the way to hunt down man eating tigers of the Jungle. It is the oldest National park of India that was established to protect the endangered Bengal Tigers. This diverse National Park comprises of hills, rivers, grasslands, Marshlands, and Lakes. It has an amazing number of 580 bird species, 50 species of Mammals and 25 reptile species. This ecotourism destination is an ideal place for introducing wildlife to Kids.
Elephant safari in Corbett is quite popular. Jeep safari in Jim Corbett is again one of the best way to experience its rich flora and fauna. Jim Corbett safari booking can be easily done though our website.