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HolidayIQ reviewers know you sometimes need to disconnect and connect with nature. Here are treks that offer just that.

1. Coorg


HolidayIQ Reviewer Durga Prasad says, “Destination coorg…Its beautiful especially when one is going in pre-monsoon or monsoon season, and its trekkers’ paradise. There are numerous trekking routes and adventure sports too like Kayaking and white water rafting.” 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Shyamala Kamath adds, “This place is enriched with scenic beauty. …We did boating which I enjoyed more than rafting and we reach the Elephant camp on other side. You can feed the Elephants there and come back again by boat. Rs. 30 / head.”

2. Manali

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Shashi Malik says, “ It is an excellent place for a holiday, a favorite resort for trekkers to Lahaul, Spiti, Kinnaur, Leh and Zanskar regions in Kashmir valley….The landscape here is breath taking. One sees well-defined snow capped peaks, the Beas River with its clear water meanders through the town. On the other side are deodar and pine trees, tiny fields and fruit orchards. ”

HolidayIQ Reviewer Winnie Karnik adds, “Things to carry: Toiletries, all the day essentials like a sunblock and moisturiser, trekking pole, good trekking shoes (mandatory), camping equipment, warm clothes, supplies and a CAMERA! ” 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Nikhil George says, “Best trekking place for beginners Yes it is worth trekking the Rohtang Pass! ”

3. McLeodganj

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Anbu Mathika shares, “The extraterrestrial Triund: The Triund is one of the best places to opt for if you are a trekker. One of the most sought after destinations of India, it will be worth reaching the summit after all that sweat and pain while climbing up. The beautiful cotton like clouds and the heavenly view of the mountains with the fresh air to breathe will make you addicted to the perfect atmosphere.”

HolidayIQ Reviewer Rakshit Sood shares, “The Triund Hill is located 10kms from the town. Since we were little short of time we took a taxi till Galu Temple (2115 Metres) which is at the base of the ascent. There is a 6km rocky trek from here. The trail is a gently rising one…We were so close to the snow covered Dhauladhar range that it felt like a waking dream. Here we were at 2875 meters after covering an altitude of approximately 700m in 4 hours. We quickly made arrangements for our overnight stay at the campsite on the Triund Hill. Our camps were ready and the bonfire was set ablaze. We sat around it, warming our hands and feet, in complete amazement of the world we were in. ”

4. Wayanad

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Rubal Arora shares, “Great trek plus amazing view You get to the forest department’s part through a really terrible road. Pay 750 per group (10) and start your trek with a guide provided to you by the forest department.” 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Ramki Venkataramani says, “Between thorns and rocks a beautifultrek If you want a trek that’s challenging and offers scope for photography, try the Kolagappara Hills….. The trek begins from the stream behind the resort, through the fields and tribal settlements. …I would suggest buying really good climbing andtrekking shoes. ”

5. Rishikesh

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Preeti Kotiyal says, “Devprayag is an unexplored paradise for rafting and camping with abundant natural beauty!”

HolidayIQ Reviewer Shaifali Mishra says, “Hidden deep up in the forest with a difficult trek to get to it but once you are there, it’s worth all the pain. …Mesmerizing and enchanting is the words that come to my head when I first laid my eyes on this beauty of nature. Must go well prepared.

6. Jaisalmer

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Sumit Dasgupta says, “Enjoy the sunrise, sunset, the campfire, traditional folk, music, and dance. And of course Rajasthani traditional food.

HolidayIQ Reviewer ABHINAV Kumar adds, “The Sam Dunes area has many staying options in camp, tent and luxury resorts. Staying on the dunes is a unique experience one can have, in evening you can enjoy traditional dance and music.

7. Lonavala

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Raghu Nath Banerjee shares, “Activities and things to do – Trekking,camping, rock climbing, waterfall rappelling (in the monsoons only), paragliding, caving. …Quiet, a trifle difficult to approach, serene, scenic, an ideal getaway if you have some time on your hands and want to unwind, with a lot to offer for trekking and sightseeing.

8. Ooty

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Anshul Karwa says, “Emerald lake is around 20 km from Ooty and is a really good place for a picnic or even camping overnight, it is very refreshing and a good place to hang out, it is still not being visited often by the tourists, so it remains clean till now. Enjoy the scenic view here and click a lot of pictures.

9. Kodaikanal

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HolidayIQ Reviewer sangram ghatge says, “Good trekking and a view point This one actually has total 3 view points. First mountain’s view then you go further down the hill there is Dolphins Nose and then Echo Point. Views are breathtaking. Lot of trekking at least 1 hour is involved

HolidayIQ Reviewer Lubna sadaf says, “My trek to dolphin nose was without a doubt the highlight of my Kodaikanal trip. I will suggest everyone who visits Kodaikanal to surely do this trek.

10. Pahalgam

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Vijay Phirke shares, “A scenic vale, a dream destination of every photography lover – Betaab Valley Betaab valley has a picturesque surroundings. Sprawling verdant pastures, snow-capped mountains and meandering streams form the breathtaking landscape of this valley. …Apart from being a place with impressive landscape, the valley is a famous trekking base and camping site for travellers who want to explore the nearby mountainous regions.”

HolidayIQ Reviewer Vijay Phirke adds, “ Betaab Valley is also a favourite campsite of travellers as it also serves as a base camp for trekking and further exploration of the mountains.” 

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