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The Triund trek is one of the most thrilling and sought-after treks today. Although it is not a tough trek, it will offer you the chance to experience some stunning natural views and adrenaline rush of high-altitude trekking. It is because of this reason that the Triund trek can be accomplished and enjoyed by almost every age group.
Triund is located just 10 km away from McLeod Ganj in Dharamshala, resting in the foothills of the great Dhaula Dhar Range. You have two routes to trek to Triund- you can start from McLeod Ganj and then travel 2 km from there via road to reach Dharamshala and then trek 7 km to reach Triund.
Another route starts from the Kareri village and you need to cross the Bhal Village from here to land up in Triund.
There are many factors which draw tourists throughout the world to experience the joy of trekking in Triund, but mostly the incredible views and the easy process stand out.
Welcome to the capital of India where hospitality is the key to life, a country which owns an enriching history featured through art, music, and dance. You will be received at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport by staffs dressed in traditional attires and performing rituals to welcome you to their native lands. After this, you will be guided towards your hotel and there you will spend the night.
You will arrive at the Delhi railway station to board the train for Amritsar. After reaching there and checking in the hotel, you will be visiting the Golden temple in the evening. The Golden temple dressed in golden extravaganza pulls tourists from all over the world as it is known as one of the popular shrines of the world. After offering your prayers over here you will visit the JallianwalaBagh, just next to it. This is the very spot where numerous Indian soldiers were martyred on the hands of British General Dyer. This incident was known as the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre and it took place in 1919. Presently this area has been converted into a park and it displays the memorials of the lost souls. After sightseeing, you will return to the hotel and call It a night.
The following morning after having breakfast you will leave for Dharamshala. As mentioned above, Dharamshala stands at the foothills of the Dhaula Dhar range and presents not only snow-clad mountains but also green forests and tea gardens. Probably Dharamshala is the only hill station where the snowline is easiest to access. Dharamshala has grown international over the years all thanks to the numerous Tibetan settlements in the region. Dharamshala also serves as the residence of Noble Laureate, the Dalai Lama.
Dharamshala is divided into two parts: while the upper part homes various offices, markets, and the lower Dharamshala comprises of places like Forsyth Ganj and McLeod Ganj, which is also called a thriving little Tibet. After arriving in Dharamshala you will check in at the hotel. You are advised to spend the entire day indoors in order to allow yourself to acclimatize completely.
After waking up the next morning and having breakfast you will get ready for trekking. You will start trekking by crossing through the Rhododendron and pine forests and this will continue for 5 hours. After that, you will be guided towards a tea shop where you can take rest and enjoy the surroundings.
You will come across the Gaddi Tribal people engaged in their daily activities; taking their cattle out in the pastures for grazing. After having lunch, you will continue with your ascent and will reach your camp. The camp will be placed amidst an alpine meadow overlooking the snow-capped mountains of the Dhaula Dhar hill range.
After spending the night at the campsite, you will proceed with your trekking after having breakfast. You will delve further by walking over a grassy ridge which will offer you long-lasting memories of the snowcapped mountains. Now you will have to descend to the Bagshu Nallaha stream, and you will do this by hopping over the boulders with the assistance of your local guides. Along the way, you will come across a set of natural springs and a divine shrine all located in the Bagshu Nag. After you have finished sightseeing these, you will continue with your journey to Dharamshala.
After getting a good night sleep at the hotel you will get ready to hop out, post breakfast. You will be visiting the residence of Dalai Lama and the Tibetan Buddhist Monastery which will present the enriching culture and heritage of the Tibetans. You will also explore the Namgyal Monastery which was established by the 3rd Dalai Lama, Sonam Gyatso. The monastery was founded to assist Dalai Lama to perform his daily religious activities for the welfare of Tibet and offer his daily prayers. But over the years, the monastery has also been imparting teachings to the young lamas and the Buddhist monks. After the Chinese invasion, when many Tibetan monks fled to Nepal and India, they preferred settling around the region of Dharamshala. During this time even the residence of Dalai Lama was shifted in McLeod Ganj and the original site of the Tibetan monastery was shifted outside of the Dalai Lama residence. The monastery complex comprises of an institute, a few small temples, and a monastery.
This museum owns the credit of being the first of its kind in the entire region of Dharamshala. The museum designed blending traditional and modern Tibetan architectural styles and has separate areas for meetings, displays, and exhi
The following morning you will have breakfast and then leave for Chandigarh via roadways. After reaching Chandigarh you will check in at your hotel and then spend the night at the hotel.
From Chandigarh, you will have your breakfast and then travel to Delhi Airport via road. From the airport, you have to board flights for destinations as per your preference.
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