Travelling in India

Official permits: Inner Line Permit is a travel document issued by the Government of India which allows foreigner travelers to travel to a protected area for a limited time period

For Himachal Pradesh: While travelling through border areas of Kinnaur and Lahul Spiti in Himachal Pradesh, foreign nationals require Inner Line Permit to cross the area between Kaza in Lahul – Spiti district and Khab in Kinnaur district.

For Ladakh: The Inner line Permit is not required for visiting all the areas. In fact, it is only required for some areas like Nubra valley, Khardung La, Pangong Tso, Tso Moriri etc

Interact with the locals We, the natives of Himalayas can define ourselves agrarian; that keeps us close to Nature and in terms of economy - our of needs are matched by the available natural resources. As a visitor, you will have a chance to see a culture which, though modern, is still anchored in the past through its religion and socio cultural institutions.

Main tourism circuits in Himalayas are well known but there are remote and pristine places, those many undiscovered spots with unspoilt charm worth a visit for a life time of memorable experience.

Since our mission boasts of closeness to Nature, we are inclined to offer those places which are lesser known parts of the Himalayan region. Thus we have selected very few places, keeping in mind the main objective of our organisation, to offer experiences not known to many others, in serene and peaceful settings. Taking you off the beaten paths also affords us a better opportunity to serve you more effectively and provide you more a personalised guidance.

Carry cash In remote parts of Himachal, it will be harder getting access to ATMs. So it’s always best that you carry some handy cash with you at all times.