Kyari Syat Camp, Jim Corbett National Park Camping near the Jim Corbett National Park, going on a night trek inside the famous jungle (which had inspired so many authors to write tales of different maneaters) , doing some adventure bit like a day long moderate trek , climbing trees –… Continue reading
The Initial Trip Plan A close friend’s wedding in Guwahati in November 2013 was the perfect opportunity for a few other friends to visit North East India. After much discussions, arguments and debates, we decided to cover two of the most famous travel destinations of Assam – Kaziranga National Park… Continue reading
Sikkim Trip plan was irresistible Our “Sikkim Trip” in April 2011 was more of a sudden plan, thanks to my brother who was working near the Sikkim-West Bengal border. Sikkim is a beautiful Himalayan state which boasts of having some of the most amazing places to see in India and… Continue reading
World’s second highest paragliding point- Bir Billing
If you are an adventure enthusiast and wants to experience high altitude paragliding, then you should head nowhere else but Billing. The place is situated at a height of 2430 m above sea level and is 40mins drive from Bir. It is also one of the world cup destinations for paragliding in the world. The pilots also offer cross country paragliding for the people who wants to explore more of flying. In my next blog, i would give specific information about how to reach, where to stay and how much to spend on this particular trip.
Watch out for my video of “Bir Billing paragliding“.
Video : GoPro
The roadtrip to Chandratal lake from kaza was again a very exciting one as we had to cross Kunzum Pass which is a high altitude pass in the greater himalayas that connects Kullu valley and Lahaul valley to Spiti Valley. At a height of 4590m above sea level, one has to cross the pass to go to Chandratal lake. The mountains are made of loose rocks and hence the roads are heavily damaged due to frequent landslides. This video portrays a part of the journey.
The average speed of the vehicle would be hardly 15kms/hour.
Check out the complete video: Kunzum Pass
Video Courtsey:- Gopro