Jungle Safari : Kanha

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Witness the mystifying landscapes of Bhutan Himalayas as you ride along its magnificent roads. Feel the wind in your face as you immerse yourself in the magic of beautiful temples and intriguing traditions of the country! This bike trip proves to be a paradise for bikers with its breathtaking valleys, ridges and quaint villages. The chanting of monks and clinking of chimes in the monasteries will surely put you in a trance like state! Travelling to Bhutan is like travelling back in time. The untouched natural environment and old-worldly way of life is so peaceful that it will leave one with memories of a lifetime. The peaceful surroundings make for a perfect backdrop for exploring this country at a relaxed pace in a 12 days’ period. Since this country is exceptionally rich in nature and culture, it’s only fair that we give it more than a mere glance.

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One of the eight "hottest hot-spots" of biological diversity in the world, the Western Ghats run parallel to India’s western coast. Some thirty-nine eco hot spots including national parks, wildlife sanctuaries and reserve forests have been designated in this ever green forest running approximately 1,600 kms through five Indian states and measuring 1,60,000 sq. kms. Munnar has been crowned as the epitome of the Western Ghats. Set at an altitude of 6000 ft. in Idukki district of Kerala, Munnar was the favored summer resort of the erstwhile British rulers in the colonial days. With it’s unending expanse of tea plantations ­ pristine valleys and mountains­ exotic species of flora and fauna in its wild sanctuaries and forests – it is a place one would always wish to visit and never leave. Munnar got its name from its strategic location at the confluence of three rivers – Muthirapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala Rivers. 'Moonu' means 'three' and 'Aru' means 'river'. After years of exploration, Yuvashakti has been able to introduce a beautiful trek in this ‘eco hot spot’. The route traverses through unending tea estates (for which we have acquired a special permission) and some of the least explored ever green forests. It provides a rare opportunity to trek along the bordering areas of two states – Kerala and Tamilnadu.

Kindly Note

The railway reservations begin 120 days prior to the date of departure. Hence, all the participants who wish to join this programme from Pune are requested to confirm their participation immediately to facilitate railway reservations.