Adventure Travel Trip is happy to announce the final list – Kuari Pass Trek Fixed Departure Dates, for Winter Season. We at Adventure Travel Trip is all set to host you all at this wonderful location. Come and Join Us.

MonthDates
September22/30
October6/12/18/24/30
November3/10/17/24/
DecemberFriday, Saturday and Sunday

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Kuari Pass Trek Fixed Departure Dates

As the “Winter is Coming” people are getting excited about Kuari Pass Trek. We at Adventure Travel Trip is all set to bring the Kuari Pass Trek for you.

It is located in the Uttarakhand State of India. The Himalayan Range in this areas is famous for the vegetation and forest. The Kuari Pass Treks starts from Joshimath. The location of Joshimath is a key centre for various treks like Badrinath – Kedarnath Yatra, Valley of Flowers Trek, Auli Trek and what not.

How to Reach Joshimath?

Joshimath’s nearest base station is Haridwar, which is located on about 250 km from the area. Haridwar is a famous tourist and pilgrims point for India. A lot of travellers come here to seek spiritual and religious completeness. 

Haridwar can be easily accessible through Railway or Bus Service, and there are ample private taxi services for so. The nearest International Airports to Haridwar are located at Delhi, from where you can reach Haridwar through Railway or by road transportation.

From Haridwar, the road to Joshimath is a bit stretched and includes a lot of turns and views. The complexities of the Himalayan mountain can be easily seen here. It will take about 8-10 hrs with good weather to reach Joshimath.

Who can do Kuari Pass Trek?

Understanding the difficulties of the place where you are travelling is always good and beneficial.  People generally inquires about kuari pass trek and the level of the trek. 

For a beginner, this trek is a great place to learn trekking. The weather is good and the path is almost certain. You can learn things about trekking and others. Kuari Pass has its difficulties varies from Easy to Moderate. 

Best Months to Plan a Trip

In Winter Kuari Pass Trek is more attractive, so try to plan the trip by October to December. 

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Kuari Pass Trek – Things to Carry. This is a very deep and intense question asked by our guests – What things to carry for Kuari Pass Trek or any other trek. Actually, during any trek, you need to carry ample amount of things for yourself. Please refer here that ample means not greater or lesser in amount.

So, while discussing with previous trek groups and some of our experienced trek leaders we have drafted this list. This bellow list is also categorized in subsections.

  • Backpack
    • Min. 60 lt. Backpack with side and support pockets.
    • It must also have a rain cover.
  • Clothing
    • 2 pairs of T’shirts / Shirts – 
    • 2 pair of Trekking Paints 
    • 1 Jacket – must be chosen according to the temperature range of area.
    • Cotton Socks – 2/3 pairs 
    • Wollen Socks – 2/3 pairs
    • Napkins
    • Scarfs / Muffler
    • Gloves – Woolen and water resistant
    • Undergarments 
    • Sun Cap
    • Winter Cap
    • Sunglasses
  • Personal Kit
    • Toothpaste
    • Toothbrush
    • Mouth Wash
    • Hand Soap Paper
    • Face Wash
    • Moisturizer 
    • Sun Screen Lotion
    • Hair Oil or whatever you prefer 
    • For Girls – Sanitary Pads / Tampons/others as your requirement.
    • Deodorant
  • First-Aid Kit
    • Personal Medication prescribed by a practising Doctor. 
    • Consulted Medications with a Doctor with regards to Vomiting, Fever, Nausea, Headache, Cough, Infection, etc.
    • Bandage/Cotton/etc
    • Antiseptic lotions or creams
  • Others 
    • Photography – Camera and Battery Backup
    • Mobile with Battery Backup
    • Support items for yourself
  • Trekking Pole

I am quite sure that this list might assist you to pack your backpack more systematically.

Tips and Tricks to prepare yourself for Kuari Pass Trek:

  • Start Trekking Small Walks: Walking is always good for your health but if you are going for some trekking then you will need to build your stamina. This can be done by walking about 1 – 2 hrs every day. Also, a fast run is beneficial too.
  • Do some exercise: With some running, you will be needed to perform some muscle toning exercises like cardio and PT’s.
  • Say No to Lifts: Walking or taking stairs will allow you to help you to manage your COG. It will also assist you to burn some fats. So, make this a part of your day.
  • Manage your Backpack: Many beginners do the mistake of taking luggage more than their capacity. So, to prevent that, do measure the luggage and try to walk for 10-15 mins with full load capacity.  
  • Buy or Rent best quality trekking gear: For every trekker, best quality gears are always a must. If you are going for some trekking – take shoes, pants, T’s and a backpack.

These above points will assist you to prepare yourself for your upcoming tour. The parameters discussed above are also effective to other treks with moderate difficulty.

Adventure Travel Trip always supports to create a safe and more energetic environment for our travellers. We will be ready to provide you with best solutions to any of your query.

So, just leave a comment in the section and help us to get back to you.

Trekking is an activity, where we have to go for unmanned terrains and sometimes move our luggage on our own, so, when it comes to choosing items to put in our trekking Backpack here is a list that will help you.

Personal Luggage: You must carry the following personal items in your backpack.

  • Cloths – Two or Three pairs to a limit. Which must include a trouser/pants, shorts, T-shirts and a Jacket, if you are going to a cool region.
  • Socks and Shoes – Preferably have at least three or four pairs of socks with comfortable shoes.
  • Towel or Napkins – Keep at least one bath towel and one gym towel with you.
  • Gloves – Only if you are traveling to a very low-temperature region
  • Sun Cap – Must.
  • Winter Cap – Depending on travel location, can also include scarfs.

Hand Kit: Things like your brush, facewash, comes here

  • Toilet Kit – Toothpaste, Toothbrush, Tong Cleaner, Mouthwash, Hand Soap, Soap, Paper Soap, Oil, Moisturizer, Sunscreen lotion, comb, etc.
  • Medicines – An Oral Rehydration Solution, An Antibiotic, Paracetamol, Headache and other First Aid Material.
  • Some essential items like – Hand Torch with Batteries, Lighter or Matchsticks, Some Papers, and quick snacks.

 

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Rajasthan is famous for having the wide and vivid range of culture and artistic tradition which is the showcase of heritage culture which India own from our ancestors, here we are displaying some reasons to visit Rajasthan Heritage Tour.

Its full of redolent colors, Haveli, culture, history, and heritage. When traveler searches for the different location which brings their moods on then Rajasthan is one of those places which posses each set of evocative things to lighten the list burden of places.

The prominence of Rajasthan Heritage Tour

Rajasthan Heritage Tour is holding major tourist attraction in cities like Jaipur, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, and many more. Jaipur is the most prominent tourist attraction place of Rajasthan and also known as the “Pink City”, home to many architectural works like Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Amer Fort, Jal Mahal, Hawa Mahal and a cultural showcase of an old tradition.

Tourist also trails to Jodhpur, the Blue City, which is also known for its historical presence of Mehrangarh Fort. There you can witness the light show, and for a serene boat drive at famous Balasamad and Gulab Sagar Lakes. Move to the Jaisalmer to capture the glimpse of the golden color cinematic view of the desert in the sunset.

Udaipur the “Lake City” in Rajasthan has its own folks for the tourist which make them happier. Tourist prefers to sightseeing the glittering lake Pichola with a view to Jag Mandir and the Lake Palace.

During the winter season, when the cooler climate is their then the Mount Abu is at just 130 km away. Mount Abu takes around an hour and a half to travel by road.

Headed to Puskar, the world only “Bramah Temple” and mainly for the availability of the drugs. One of the most-sought things to do in Pushkar is to visit the “Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti Dargah”. 

After this brief description you have several reasons to visit the State, but most importantly the reason which will bring you here is the great food and shopping experience Rajasthan poses within itself.

A general trekking backpack is a simple bag/container/burden, which is one of major asset you have while you’re traveling anywhere on earth, from top-notch hills and mountains to the desserts with shining sand. A backpack is best companion and keeper of secrets for you. So, you must be very detailed while choosing a backpack. So here we are with some viable points that will guide you to select a perfect backpack for your next journey or if you select it may be with you for your complete life.

General Trekking Backpack Description

Parameters for selecting a backpack:

  • Capacity
  • Water Resistance
  • Ample no. of compartments and pockets
  • Adjustable Body Fit
  • Material of Backpack

So how you might go and check for a backpack with these parameters. Have any idea? Backpacks are not a daily use commodity that’s why many of the travelers might find it unrealistic to spend on an “IDEAL” Backpack, also, many find an excuse that they travel after a very long period because of which they DO NOT PREFER to buy this.

In India, if you go in a local market you can find backpacks in the range of INR 500-6000, which will look alike and some might look too attractive to buy, but please remember, “Backpack must be bought on performance rather than looking”.

So, here are some tips to buy a backpack

  • If you are traveling to a location where you might need to carry your luggage most of the time, go for a Backpack of 40-60 ltr capacity and it must be light otherwise you will have to carry unnecessary weight on your shoulders all the time. As per me, if you are going for Adventure activities like trekking, camping or backpack tour, please carry lesser items in your luggage, think twice before putting anything into your bag, because you have to wear that burden. Most of the travelers fail to understand this point and takes a lot of items (Unnecessary Items) and later they question their consciousness for doing so.
  • Comfortability with the Backpack is one prior point and must be considered while choosing it. Ask the shopkeeper to give you a stuffed bag (Do ask him) and put it on your back. Now try to adjust it. Try to walk a little and do some situps and stretching exercises with it. You might look funny but it will give you a proper knowledge that the body part movement with the backpack is comfortable to you or not?
  • Material selection: is another big question. Mostly all backpacks are made up of Polyester Fabric and labeled with Water Resistant mark, but still, they fail. So how you can find a better one??? If you have any previous encounters with bag or luggage case selection than you will know that many manufacture coat the bags from polyester from Inside and go for a hard case coating from exterior, but when you go for some terrains you will find that the fabric from the bottom of the backpack starts to get worn out and ultimately gets damaged. So, go for a backpack with some warranties on the fabric quality.
  • Do you have any count that how many pockets you need in your backpack? Make a list or brief idea about that. Like, in my case, I want to keep my clothes, toiletries, medicines and general purpose items into separate sections so whenever I require them I can easily access them. Also, a water bottle and lunch case partition is a must.
  • Then there are some more factors that might improve the usability of your General Trekking Backpack like, support bands, mobile charger slot (it still needs a power bank), Bluetooth Speaker Socket, Sleeping Bag Section, Adjustable Storage options and many more.

So, I am just finished with describing you about the points, if you have any queries you can put them in the comments section and I will revert to them as soon as possible. You can see an example backpack here.

The past week was one of the great time that I have spent in my life. It was truly an honour to host such a wonderful spirit on an extraordinary trekking trip which ended with a lot of memories. The Hamta pass trek exploration was one of the finest treks in India and it is most engaging when we travel with a lot of smiling people around us.

Adventure Travel Trip - Hamta Pass Trek with Hitesh Sharma
Adventure Travel Trip – Hamta Pass Trek with Hitesh Sharma

Our journey started on 26th May 2018 at around 10’o Clock from Jaipur, after which we proceed to Into Wild Himalayas Camps in Kalath Manali. That was an exhausting 20 hrs road journey which was completed in the vehicles provided by Jaipur Tempo Traveller. We made our journey in a Force Tempo Traveller which was equipped with music system and Mobile chargers which assisted us in completing this long route with a sweet atmosphere.

In during the journey, our group made themselves more friendly with each other by playing games like dumbshal arts and much more. In Journey, we had dinner on 26th and followed by a Dahi-Parantha Breakfast on the land of Punjab which was again an exciting activity for our travellers.

When we reached the base camp in Kalath, Manali, our camps were literally located in the wild Himalayas. The base camp was situated nearby the river Beas and the greenery near the camps is one of the best things one can use to decorate his land. Everyone was thrilled to see this land and find themselves more attached to the location with all these wonderful views of nature.

On the next day, we started trekking to our first stoppage that was Tilgan, which is placed in near mountain range for which we have to walk for at least 6 hrs and after which we relaxed our muscles by following some exercises. In during the trek, we rested on rocks and had our lunch which was carried by us. The night was something fascinating and full of moonlight, under which we had our dinner and sat nearby a bonfire.

On 29th May our journey continues with a hard trekking route crossing some waterfalls and green lands after which we reached our destination Saruto, where we camped for two consecutive nights. The place is chilled and one can see glorious mountains covered with Ice, standing tall and unbeatable.

On 30th May our trek was somewhat longer than combined previous days so we moved early in the morning. We trekked about 6 hrs to the top and 4 hrs to the base sight on the same day. We played with Ice on the rocky tops and captured the real beauty of the mountains there. Our whole group enjoyed a lot in the sloppy floppy ice on those Rocky mountains. After a memorable time on the ice, we get departed to our campsite on Saruto, where we had our dinner and get rest for final departure.

On the last day of the trek, we packed our luggage and started downhill walk to the base camp. It took us around 10 hrs to reach the base camp. We enjoyed our last night with a little wine and beer with the musical surrounding. Also, we added our memories with bonfire and activities like Truth, Dare, and Situation (Another Classic).

Finally, we departed to our City “Jaipur”, with Happy memories.

The famous Jama Masjid of Agra is situated near to the Agra Fort at the heart of the city. The place is also known by some other popular names like “Jami Masjid” or “Friday Mosque”.

History
This gigantic structured was ordered to be constructed by Great Mughal Emperor, Shajahan in the year 1648 and for his favourite daughter, Jahanara Begum. During the early age, there is said to be an immense, octagonal Tripolia Chowk, which happened to be in between the mosque and the Delhi gate of the Agra Fort. This structure was demolished by governments to build the modern Railway Station for logistics and transportation of goods and passengers. The chief entrance is towards the eastern part of the masjid. The main section dedicated to Namazis has been built with a front with an iwan in the centre.

The domes have Kamal (lotus) and Kalash on the top and have a lining of white stone with a beautiful course pattern of thick bands of red stone. There are fountains built around these 4 kiosks in its corners at the centre of the courtyard. The design of the west wall has mihrab and pulpit made up of white marble. The Persian inscription created in these white marble with the magnificent black stone, on the archway of the central portal displaying the love and affection of Jahanara and Shah Jehan. Jama Masjid took rigorous 6 years and about five thousand humans to finish.

It is completely made up of beautiful red sandstone and marble.

Structure

The Jama Masjid of Agra is constructed of red sandstone with complex white marble decorations. The walls and ceilings of the mosque are painted with the light blue in colour. It is a huge mosque in the centre of Agra and its vicinity all around situated a great bazaar.

The Mosque itself stands on altitude platform to which ascent is made by a flight of 35 steps. It was designed to entice the eye of the faithful from afar and proclaim the glory of Islam.

It has well-balanced parts and a courtyard surrounded by cloisters on three of its sides and the prayer chamber on its western side. The cloisters have engrailed arches bear on pillars. There is a fountain located with four kiosks in its corners in the centre of the courtyard.

Along the wings of the main prayer wall, panels of beautifully inlaid sandstone similar to those attractive the main gateway of the Taj Mahal, add an appropriately feminine touch. Still in use today, the mosque is one of the city’s chief landmarks and serves as a useful reference point when exploring the crowded bazaars that sprawl from its base. These are laid out in a street plan that’s barely altered since Mughal days. Jami Masjid is beautifully embellished with paintings, inlaid stones, carvings and glazed tiles. The main Lawn of the structure is rather simple and contains a central arch with geometrical designs.

Akbar tomb is the burial place of the Great Mughal emperor, Akbar and a prominent Mughal architectural masterpiece. It was beginning to be constructed in 1604 and get finished in between 1613 and is made upon a gigantic 119 acres of grounds in Sikandra, which is located in Uttar Pradesh, India.

History
The tomb of this great Mughal emperor was ordered to be constructed by his son Prince Salim, who was also known/called as Jahangir. Design of the tomb and a suitable site for it was selected by him. After his death, Akbar’s son Jahangir completed the construction in 1605–1613. During the Islamic ruler Aurangzeb’s time, the rebellious Jats rose against him under the leadership of Raja Ram Jat, they took the control of Agra fort after ruled out the Mughal forces. Mughal prestige undergoes a further blow when Jats ransacked Akbar tomb, plundered and looted all the beautiful gold, jewels, silver and carpets, whilst destroying other things. He even, in order to avenge his father Gokula’s death, looted Akbar’s tomb, looted it, opened Akbar’s grave and dragged Akbar’s bones. Aurangzeb was so furious that he captured Raja ram and got him killed ruthlessly.

This photo of Akbar’s Tomb is courtesy of TripAdvisor

The architecture of Akbar Tomb

The south gate of the tomb is the largest gate of the structure with four white marble stone made chhatri – topped minarets which are similar to those of the Taj Mahal of Agra and is the point of entry to the structure. The Akbar tomb is completely surrounded by a wall, enclosed in 105 m square. The complex is a four-tiered pyramid, surmounted by a marble pavilion containing the false tomb. The true tomb, as in other mausoleums, is located in the basement of the structure. The buildings are built mainly from a deep red sandstone, enriched with features in white marble. Adorned inlaid panels of these materials and a black slate adorn the tomb and the main gatehouse.