Weekend Getaways Near Mumbai

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Planning for a weekend getaway near Mumbai? Check out a list of most popular weekend destinations from Mumbai where you can enjoy and do thrilling activities like hiking, camping, para gliding, scuba diving & more. Have Lots of Fun & Enjoy the trip with your family & Friends.

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Monsoon Special: Yummy Food to Eat if you Visit Incredible India

If you are exploring India in monsoon time then you are lucky enough to taste the hot,yummy and delicious food items such as vada paav, misal paav,pakodas,corn and soup.While traveling to monsoon destinations in India you can get to eat special monsoon food also.

Below are the eat outs which I had tasted during my trip to Incredible India in last monsoon season.

Onion (Pyaaz) Pakoda:

Onion-Pakora
Onion-Pakoda

Spicy Corns (Bhuttas): With Rs.20, you can savour on roasted corn while enjoying the rains.

Butta Spicy Corn
Bhuttas Spicy Corn

Soup: It can be tomato,Chicken Noodle Soup, grilled tomato soup

Vegetable Soups
Vegetable Soups

Misal Paav:

Misal Paav
Misal Paav

Vada Paav:

Vada Pav
Vada Paav

Jalebis: Taste of eating hot Jalebis in monsoons is awesome.

Jalebis
Jalebis

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Top 10 trekking destinations in India

Would like to do trekking in India??

You can think of picking any of the trekking destinations from the list which we have come up with for trekking lovers. It was really hard to sort out top 10 treks from the huge area which has enchanting beauty. You can get bucket full of memories if you go on any of these treks in India.

Hampta Pass (Himachal Pradesh) 

This trek begins in Manali and ends in Spiti.

Grade: Moderate

Best season: June to mid-September

Duration: 5 days

Highest altitude: 14,500 ft

Hampta Pass
Hampta Pass

Kedarkantha Summit (Uttarakhand)

You will feel as if you have stepped in some fairy tale when you see the snow snug on pines and oaks along this trek trail. The trek also has some of the divinest campsites. When you climb to the pinnacle, with its 360° view of snow-capped mountains, you will, literally, be walking in a winter wonderland.

Grade: Easy

Best season: Late December

Duration: 4 days

Highest altitude: 12,500 ft

Snow Trek to Kedarkantha
Kedarkantha Summit (Uttarakhand)

Tarsar Marsar (Jammu and Kashmir)

If you want to feel the beauty of paradise then this trek is actual copy of it. Trekkers can get an opportunity of watching numerous jaw dropping scenes to another: You can sightseeing fields with abundant flowers of vibrant colours that will make your heart walk on them. Alpine lakes with deep royal blue waters, waterfalls over grassy ledges just an imaginary sets. No other trek can give you inner happiness than this.

Grade: Moderate

Best season: July—September

Duration: 5 days

Highest altitude: 13,500 ft

Tarsar Marsar (Jammu and Kashmir)
Tarsar Marsar (Jammu and Kashmir)

Stok Kangri Summit (Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir)

This one entices trekkers from all over the world for one simple goal: at 20,085 ft, Stok Kangri is one of the highest trekkable summits in the country. You first have to plan and plot the summit climb like an Everest trek expedition. It can be a thrilling trek ever so makes sure you have all technical skills of reaching the peak in a better way. And at the end you can get to see immersing beauty of Ladakh.

Grade: Difficult

Best season: July-August

Duration: 5-9 days (depending on the route taken)

Highest altitude: 20,085 ft

Stok Kangri Summit
Stok Kangri Summit (Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir)

Chadar -The Frozen-River Trek (Zanskar, Jammu And Kashmir)

It is internationally known Chadar trek and have been featured in all travel magazines for its stunning frozen river pictures. It is surprising to watch Buddhists walking bare foots on this frozen river. When the sun comes out then these place gets a astounding, canvas of colors.It gets mingled with ice turning into patterns.

Grade: Difficult

Best season: Mid-January to mid-February

Duration: 6 days

Highest altitude: 11,000 ft

Chadar Trek or Zanskar Frozen River Trek
Chadar Trek or Zanskar Frozen River Trek

Kumara Parvata Trek, Karnataka

A stimulating aspect of this trek is that there are two peaks. Before reaching the Kumara Parvata, you will reach another peak called the Sesha Parvata. You can pleasure the elegance of the surroundings and trek on ahead to the Kumara Parvata peak. This expedition is extremely energizing and can be completed in two days.

Grade: Medium

Best Season: November to February

Duration: 2 Days

Kumara Parvatha Trek Karnataka
Kumara Parvatha Trek Karnataka

The Goechala trek in Sikkim

One of the most romantic trails the Indian Himalayas has to offer — the enchanting walk.

The Goechala Trek in Sikkim
The Goechala Trek in Sikkim

Buran Ghati (Himachal Pradesh)

This trek is through enchanting villages, dense forests and meadows around.

Buran Ghati (Himachal Pradesh)
Buran Ghati (Himachal Pradesh)

Great Lakes Trek (Jammu and Kashmir)

One of the wonderful treks with seven glacial lakes, coming back-to-back will, literally, take your breath away, and the deep green, carpet-like meadows surrounding the lakes make camping here unforgettable.

Grade: Moderate – difficult
Best season: Late May to June and mid-September to mid-October
Duration: 7 days
Highest altitude: 13,750 ft

Kashmir Great Lakes Trek
Kashmir Great Lakes Trek

 Kudremukh Trek, Karnataka

This hill is situated in Karnataka. The hill has a peculiar shape which resembles the face of a horse and hence the name. This trek is an incredible experience as the landscape offers a gentle gradient in the initial phases and then a more challenging one as a person reaches the summit.

Grade: Difficult

Best Season: November to February

Duration:  1 Day

Kudremukh Trek, Karnataka
Kudremukh Trek, Karnataka

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