Annapurna Base Camp: Exclusively for Women

Unleash your Spirit of Adventure on the world’s most scenic trek – the Annapurna Base camp in Nepal !

This year, we have put together an itinerary in this enchanting trek exclusively for women that is challenging, fun and safe.  The trail to the Annapurna Base Camp (13550ft) holds the trekkers attention throughout the trek. The trail traverses the beautiful landscapes of dense forest with waterfalls, hanging bridges,  challenging steps and a valley beset with the masif. The trek ends dramatically with a face to face with the Annapurna along with other impressive high peaks.The magnificent Annapurna at 8091mts is the world’s 10th highest peak.

A hike on a mountain is a journey inwards and outwards all at once. We expect this trek will be a transformational experience for you with friends new and old, overcoming challenges and bonds created.

In a 12 week duration, we will help you prepare to be fit and confident to trek to the top.This trek is rated moderate in difficulty.

TEAM:

Brighu Raj Acharya (founder – Himalayan Brothers Adventure) from Himachal Pradesh has been in the travel and trekking industry for a decade. His expertise with mountains will ease your mind on the slopes.

Prema Bala holds her passion for trekking, fitness and healing equally. She will offer her expertise of coaching your mind and body fitness required for this trek.

Ask your queries to Lakshmanprema@yahoo.com

Adventure by its nature, requires that you be relatively flexible, self- sufficient and accept travel situations. That means plans may not always happen exactly as one would prefer or expect. The constraints of group travelling along with the need to understand and be sensitive to others sharing your trip is important. The most essential element in adventure is its spirit to ‘take things as they come’ and ‘see them pass’.

Trek details:
Date of Trek: 3rd oct – 10th oct 2019
Days of trek: 7N8D
Group size of upto 9
Trek fee: 30,000 INR

TREK STARTS on 3rd october 7 AM from POKHARA

Trek fee includes:
– Accommodation in Pokhara (2nd Oct on arrival and 10th October),
– Transport from Pokhara to starting point of trek and return
– Food and accommodation on the trek
– Assistance with permit is available

Trek fee excludes:
– Accommodation in Kathmandu on arrival and return.
– Permits for the trek
– Accommodation in Pokhara the day after trek ends.
– Onwards and Return transport from Kathmandu-Pokhara-Kathmandu

Phuta Sor Trek

HBA Special offer: May to Oct
Book Now. Call +91 9805461570

This is one of the little known treks in the Pir-Panjal range. We will  ascend upto 4000m and you will see some of the most breathtaking views of this region on this 6 day trek. The trek is moderate, and passes through lakes, streams, glaciers, thick alpine forests and mountain meadows – so you get to see every type of natural feature that the Himalayas have to offer! It is one of the most beautiful treks of this valley, a little bit secret, a little holy and completely peaceful.

*Inclusions: All our treks include, experienced guides, porters, gear, food and transport.

Kullu Dussehra

 

A week-long festival celebrated in majestic style in northern India, Kullu Dussehra is one of the most popular events of Himachal Pradesh, signifying the victory of good over evil.  It draws the travelers from distant parts of the globe. It is held in the Dhalpur maidan at Kullu in Himachal Pradesh state. Kullu is known for its beautiful gorges, wondrous waterfalls, chatty mountain stream and ancient temples which are certainly going to enthrall you especially during the Kullu Dussehra festival.

Dating back to the 17th century, Kullu Dussehra starts on Vijaya Dashmi and lasts for seven days in the month of October. It is a lovely blend of rich culture, history and ritual.This festival is only held to celebrate the success of good over evil. While music and color create a peaceful ambience, thousands of people gather on the first day of celebration to pay respect to Lord Raghunathji. The first day is started with huge celebration and on this day the statue of Lord Raghunathji is installed on a beautifully designed chariot, which is graced with the presence of village gods and goddess, is pulled by ropes by the locals from its place to different sites across the Maidan.

The following days are celebrated with great devotion, and many an individual takes participate in singing and dancing during the festival. The fair is fulfilled with the burning of the Lanka. On the last day of the festival, the chariot is brought by the banks of Beas River where a mass of wood grass is burnt, signifying the burning of Lanka.