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Fishing & Paragliding
Angling tours for trout & carp fishes in Himalayan glacier melt fresh rivers. You can try hands with our experts & equipments.




Duration:5 Days
Day 01: Arrive in Barot check in guest house. Evening time fishing in Uhl river.

Day 02: Full day Fishing. Night stay in camp with bone fire.

Day 03: Trek start from Barot to Billing 13 Km. full day with pack lunch. Night stay in Camp in Billing and bone fire .

Day 04: Here you have option , you can do Paragliding 30 - 40 minute back to Bir or 3 hour trek back to Bir . Night stay in hotel in Bir

Day 05: Sight seeing in Bir. Back to destination .

Package cost: Per person per day.

Inclusive of: Accommodation during the trekking, all meals all guides, porters, cook, camping Equipment .

Excludes: Cost does not include transportation before and after the trek, accommodation, & meals before and after the trek and kind of insurance. The itinerary is subject to change. Client has to sign a risk certificate before the beginning of the tour.
Yoga Tours

Welcome to Yoga Tour in India!

We can help you to organize yoga tour in the Himalayas!





We provide:


  • transfer from Delhi  aiport to Himachal Pradesh, town Dharamshala and back (bus or taxi, depending on the number of people);
  • accommodation: single and double  bedrooms with attached bathrooms ;
  • yoga hall for daily yoga classes
  • organic food (non spicy!) full board 3 times a day;
  • you can give yoga classes and lectures according to your own schedule
  • 2 days trekking tours to the mountains with camping (we spend one night in the mountains and come back on the next day to our hotel),
  • you can do yoga in the mountains too – 3000 metres height in a beautiful and peaceful area;
  • 2 day sightseeing:  tea garden, hot spring, Dalai Lama Monastery, Rock Temple (made of a single piece of rock in 7th century),Norbulingka Buddhist Monastery, Zoo.
  • Entertainment –  Indian classical music night (concert), one day - traditional dinner with Indian family and traditional Indian puja (prayer) with many mantras.
  • Shopping


We can provide all these things in yoga tour and some other activities, if you have any suggestions we can change  this schedule according to your needs.yahoo


You can reply to my email: aaditrek@yahoo.com



About Dharamshala

Set against the backdrop of the dramatic Dhauladhar Mountains, Dharamsala is perched on the high slopes in the upper reaches of Kangra Valley. The town is divided into two distinct and widely separated sections, Upper and Lower Dharamsala, which differ almost a thousand metres in height.

Today, Dharamsala has become the synonymous to the Tibetan government in exile and the home of Tibetan leader His Holiness The Dalai Lama. Even if the Tibetan community dominates the town, still it has retained the colonial lifestyle and British fervour. Dharamsala overlooks the plains and is surrounded by dense pine trees and Deodar forests. A nearby snowline with numerous streams and cool healthy atmosphere makes the surroundings very attractive.

Dharamshala is a town and has established itself as the traveler’s paradise, who come to explore the nearby mountains and the beautiful landscapes. The colourful temple and Gompas, which reflect the culture of Tibet, adds attraction for the visitor. The Kangra museum gives an overview of the rich past of the region and on the other hand there are institutes that have been established to preserve the Tibetan art, cultures and traditions.


McLeodganj

Originally home of the semi-nomadic Gaddi tribe, McLeodganj is today the residence of His Holiness, the Dalai Lama. This mid19th century place was developed as a British Garrison. The place was developed as an important administrative point for the whole Kangra valley. Today the place has developed as headquarters of the exiled Tibetan Government. The impressive monastery has larger than life size images of Buddha, Padmasambhava and Avaloketeshwara.


Kangra Art Museum

This treasure trove of the Kangra valley's arts, crafts, and rich past, displays artifacts that date back to the 5th century. The museum also includes a gallery of Kangra's famous miniature paintings and a representative collection of sculptures, pottery, and anthropological items.


War Memorial

Set amidst the pine groves is a war memorial, built on the entry point  to Dharamsala to commemorate the post  independence war heroes of Himachal Pradesh. A web of narrow paths and landscaped lawns lead towards this monument. 


Dall Lake

Surrounded by high and green Deodar trees is the lake, which fills a mountain bowl. Situated 11-kms away from the town, this lake is easily approachable by road and makes an enchanting and serene picnic spot.


St. John's Church

One of the most poignant memories of the British Raj is the church of St. John, situated in the wilderness. This charmingly dressed stone church is located just 8-km from Dharamshala on the way to McLeod Ganj. Under the shade of Doedar branches, a memorial has been made over the body of the British Viceroy, Lord Elgin who died at Dharamsala in 1863. 


Tatwani & Machhrial

There are hot springs situated at Tatwani, 25-km from Dharamshala but on the way, at Machhrial, is a waterfall twice as big as the one near the Bhagsunath temple


Bhagsunag

Just 11-km from the town center of Dharamshala is the ancient temple of Bhagsunath. There are many fresh water springs close to the temple, which are considered sacred by the Hindus.


Kunal Pathri

These are the rock temples from which the place derives its name. Kunal pathri is a 3 kms flat walk from Kotwali Bazaar.

Dharmkot

Just 11-km away from Dharamsala, located on the crest of a hill lie this attractive picnic spot, which presents a panoramic view of the Kangra valley and Dauladhar ranges. 


Norbulinka Institute

Just four kms from Dharamsala, Norbulinka was established to preserve and teach the ancient Tibetan arts. The shady paths, wooden bridges, small streams tiny water falls make this place look like heaven. Here one can watch the wooden carvings and the tangka paintings, golsithing and embroidery being done. The nunnery close to the institute is a place where women are taught the advanced levels of Buddhist philosophy.


Chinmaya Tapovan

Just 10-km from the town is the tranquil ashram complex set up by the great exponent of the Gita--Swami Chinmayananda. Situated on the banks of Bindu Saras, the ashram includes a 9m high image of Hanuman, a Ram temple, a meditation hall, a school and a health & recreation center.

Andretta

Situated just 13-kms away from Palampur, lies this dwelling place of artist S.Sobha Singh. It houses a gallery of some of his major works and a pottery center.

Masrur

Fifteen richly carved monolithic rock temples sculpted in the splendid style of the Kailash temple at Ellora and dating back to the 8th century are to be found at Masrur, just 15 km south of Kangra. Images of Ram Sita and Lakhsman can be found in the sanctum of the main temple

Kareri

Set amidst a sylvan surrounding is a rest house, located in the cool depths of the pine grove. Surrounded by green open meadows and forests of tall oak & pine at a height of 3250m is situated the picturesque Kareri Lake, which is just 13-km from the rest house and 22- kms from Dharamsala.


Triund

Triund is a popular picnic spot at a height of 2827 m. The area is on the foothills of Dhauladhar range and is 17-kms from Dharamsala. The snow line starts at Ilaqua, which is five kms from Triund. The breathtaking views of the mountains and the valleys make Triund an ideal picnic spot and trekking spot.


Trilokpur

On the way from Pathankot, 41-km from Dharamsala are the unique cave temples with a stalactite and stalagmites dedicated to Lord Shiva.


Sujanpur Tira

This place is famous for the wall paintings and the temples. Sujanpur Tira also has fort, which is worth visiting. It is 8- km from Dharamsala and in particular the festival of Holi is a major event here and attracts many visitors to this area. 


Jawalamukhi

Dedicated to the "Goddess of Light", the temple is one of the most popular Hindu temples in northern India. In this temple there is a copper pipe through which natural gas comes out, the priest of the temple lights this and the blue flame emanating is worshipped as the manifestation of Goddess. The temple is topped by a golden spire, a gift from the Emperor Akbar. The famous temple of Jwalamukhi is 30-km. from Kangra and 56-km from Dharamshala.  Chamunda Devi: Not so far from the town is the famous temple with the majestic Dhaulandhars as a backdrop. It is an enchanting spot with glorious views of the mountains, the Baner Khud, Pathiar and Lahala forests.


Nurpur

Named after Nurjehan the consort of the Mughal Emperor Jehangir, it has an ancient fort and an exquisitely carved Krishna temple. Nurpur is also famous for its fine Pashmina shawls and textiles.