How to Trek to Langha Mata

How to Trek to The Temple of Langha Mata Langha Mata with temple site in the lap of Green hills looked over by Dhauladhar Mountains in Palampur side. This is an easy Day Hike trek, so we advice start early in the morning. Trek But Please Do Not Throw Your Garbage on Trail and near Temple premises, carry an extra bag to put your garbage in. To reach the starting point of trail to Langha Mata temple, you need to reach village Nanahar, which comes after Village Kandbari and Village Khas Bari. You can board a Himachal Roadways Transport Corporation … Continue reading

Chandigarh to Aadi Himani Chamunda Devi Via Kaza

“A guest post from one of our field contributor, we decided to share the content as it is… “ Chandigarh to Dharamsala via Kaza The Making October 8, 2011 I’d been looking at the posters of Kaza terrain in one of the washrooms of Sector 34, Chandigarh for a long-long time and read more on only over the internet. Then after 3 years came a moment when I decided to stop gazing at the posters and visit Kaza myself in practical. I searched on the internet about travel options, distance and choose my mode of transport and routes. Fixed October … Continue reading

Jalsu Pass Trek

A must do easy to moderate trek by any adventure enthusiast and nature lover before the system converts it in to hell in the name of development, easy access and comfort and what ever kind of Excuse we Humans can come up with – The Jalsu Trail! This Trek can be started either from Chamba side or Palampur, Paprola and Utrala side. The Utrala side is the best testing for the Beginners and one of the best option for Solo Trekking for Experienced Trekker and Hiker! But never under estimate Nature and Mountains. Never judge mountains by their height. Though … Continue reading

Internship in Dharamsala

In collaboration with REStore, EduCARE India has planned to start an Internship on Alternative – Renewable Energy aiming to promote renewable energy that ultimately will help Nature and fragile ecology of Himalayas and Hill areas like Dharamsala. The Prjoect is concerned with The Solar Thermal and Solar PV, Pedal Power, Bio-Gas, Micro Wind Turbines, Biomass Stove and Ovens with additional intention to start up Pico-Hydle Power Project. Pico-Hydro Power Project => Micro Hydro Dams and Dams so famed but with multiple side effects on local ecology, river system, mountains and forests. Pico Hydro an Eco Friendly Hydro Electric Power Generation … Continue reading

Piplantri Vs Dev Bhumi Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand

Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand or as these are termed as Dev Bhumi in North India, for both of these states have numerous temples dedicated to God and Goddesses all over be in uninhabited high mountains or populated towns and the abundance, serenity of Mother Nature, with Glacier fed rivers, forest cover and wildlife. But now as time has and is changing the title of Dev Bhumi now seems bit of irrelevant for Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand as in both of these states the unbalanced development, hydro dams, booming hotel & cement industry has done pretty much of hard to repair … Continue reading

Dharamsala Eco Home Stay

A local NGO Eco Home-Stay India, promoting local Home Stay options in North India and at present supporting local people in Naddi of Dharamsala near Dal Lake and McLeodGanj, Dharamkot. EcoHomeStay, facilitates economical Home-Stay in a region which is popular as The Capital of the Tibetan Like this:Like Loading…

Developing McLeodGanj and Dharamsala

Tourists and trekkers have been coming to Dharamsala McLeodGanj, Bhagsunag and Dharamkot and trekking to Triund Hill for to be close with Nature. To breath fresh air, enjoy the views of Mountains, Deep Horizon and seek Peace are some of the main reasons that made McLeodGanj and Triund Hill a favorite spot in Kangra district in Himachal Pradesh, though Manali and Simla are still pretty popluar. But in both locations like Shimla and Manali, Nature has to pay a very heavy price for helping out stressed tourists. In the name of comfort and luxury, we have converted Shimla the Queen … Continue reading