We took much more than two hours, unable to stop ourselves from ogling at the splendor that unraveled itself as we went ahead. Who knew our own country had such unscathed beauty that was kept from human tyranny in the most natural ways?
The roads were minuscule in comparison to the mighty mountains spreading far and wide in shades of beige, brown and grey, like a painting that is too good to be true
Chitkul is the last inhabited village at the Indo-China border located at an elevation of 11,000ft above sea level…
There is something for everyone in this ever-bustling queen of the hills. From its old world charm to the subtle aromas of world’s finest teas, it would never fail to surprise you.
Pelling, a small town in the northeastern state of Sikkim is set at the foothills of Mount Kanchenjunga. Home to one of the oldest monasteries and scenic lakes. The town turns crimson during spring each year covered in a carpet of rhododendrons. The spectacular view of Mount Kanchenjunga and the Himalayas from here is something you should definitely not miss.
A world of peace and tranquilty…
Frost, fog and more…..