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Back To Sikkim

Bagdogra to Gangtok: 10-Oct-2017, 14:45: It’s been 10 years since I last visited Sikkim. In April 2007, I was here with Swarjit and had stayed in Gangtok for Four nights. I remember […]

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An Easy Walk to Maantalai

Day-4 Oddithach to Maantalai: Tired after the strenuous third day, we decided to leave an hour late today. This gave us opportunity to enjoy the beautiful morning at Oddithach camp. As the […]

Spiti Festival 2017: Preserving Ancient Culture

17-09-2017 Day 1 Spiti Festival 2017: What happens when Development and Technology meet Traditional Culture and Ancient Ways of life? Progress. Prosperity. New Directions. And some times, it also leads to a […]

“The Coldest Places Are Inhabited by the Warmest People!” – Ambika Bhardwaj of Chalain

There are writers and then there are writers. And then: there are people who are born to write. People for Whom The Words Toll so to say. For such writers, the words […]

Final Preparations for Spiti Festival 2017

17-09-2017, 1230 hours, Kaza, Spiti, Himachal Pradesh, India: The day began with final preparations for the event that would be underway in a few hours and the invites have been prepared. As […]

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A Tour I Wish to Repeat

Ravindra Nath Tiwari

Mr. Ravindra Nath Tiwari availed a custom 13-day Mountain Walker vacation to Spiti for his wife, daughter and himself in July 2017. His views about the experience can be seen and read here:

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“A memorable trip with The Mountain Walker”

Aditya Luktuke

Mr. Aditya Luktuke availed a custom 7-day Mountain Walker vacation itinerary for his wife and himself, covering Manali, Tirthan Valley and Kullu. Read and see the details of their experience:

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“An amazing trip with all the services provided as expected”

S. Ramasubramanian

Mr. S. Ramasubramanian availed a custom 5-day Mountain Walker vacation itinerary (Narkanda and Shimla) for his wife, daughter and himself. Here is what he had to say about the experience:

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