A quaint valley that has opened the doors to civilians after 1962, treacherous roads, restricted access, the wooden bridge that helped in Indo-China border, a cold Ladakh type desert at 11600 feet are some of the experiences that people who visit Nelong Valley will live to tell.
With a strict inner line permit to special government jeeps to ferry passengers, there are many mysterious stories that shroud the place.
Covering a route of 1760 kilometres over a period of seven days, we cover the track from Almora-Rishikesh-Gangotri-Tungnath-Mana-Niti-Almora.
And the adventure begins with a rafting session at Rishikesh, followed by a trek to Harsil, Hot water springs in Mana and camping right in Nelong Valley.
Yes, it’s not for the faint hearted but for the ones who love to travel, it is a once in a lifetime experience.
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