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The T-shirt has a label, “I have a HIKING PROBLEM” and is dedicated to all the Hiking lovers all over India. We have launched it initially in 4 colors namely, “Black, White, Grey and Teal Blue”.

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musical brigade of Himachal Pradesh

He is just 17 and is so passionate about his craft at such a young age really shows how promising his future is.

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When we talk about tourism, we mostly see it as a thing which is full of positives. We see it as something which brings prosperity to a place. Something which provides locals with an opportunity to earn money and sustain and support their livelihood. When we see it from a traveler’s perspective we focus on them being able to experience a new place which they don’t usually get to see often. We normally think that it is a win-win situation for everyone involved. However, it is not the whole image. With several pros, it also brings tons of cons too. Cons, if we had to discuss are such as polluting the environment, ruining the normal lifestyle and traditions of a place and a run for the unsatisfying amount of money which never seems to be enough. You ask why do I say that? Okay, let me break it down for…

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Spiti is calling and we must go and therefore let us begin with Chandrataal

Chandra Taal lake is situated on the Samudra Tapu plateau, which overlooks the Chandra River. The name of the lake originates from its crescent shape. It is situated at an altitude of about 4,300 metres (14,100 ft) in the Himalayas. Chandra Taal is a tourist destination for trekkers and campers. The lake is accessible on foot from Batal as well as from Kunzum Pass from late May to early October(Source: Wikipedia).   Well, the trip is going to cover 3 main destinations namely, Manali, Kunzum La and finally Chandrataal Lake. We will be enjoying not just the company of cool travellers but also of incredible valleys, heart-beat raising passes and majestic mountains. Below are the details on the tour itinerary for the trip. Tour Itinerary *Trip Starts from – 25th July(Dates will be Flexible as per the batch formations)* Day – 1 :  Arrival at The Lost Tribe Hostels(TLT) Explore…

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ArtFest Mountains’18, a highly anticipated festival which took place in The Lost Tribe Hostels at Manali, turned out be very successful and productive for the artists who took out the time to become a part of this collaborative initiative between “The Lost Tribe Hostels ” & “Platform For Artists”.  The festival took place for 3 days from 25th-27th May and was attended by 38 artists from different parts of the country and various artistic inclinations. Purpose: The whole purpose of the festival was to promote local culture and tourism through art by collaborating with various talents from all over India under the leadership of talents like Ritu Arya, Disha Deshpande and Meet Rao. Let’s talk about what all happened in those 3 days: DAY 1: First day started off with all the artists introducing themselves followed by an “Artist Pair-up” game, where two artists wh0 come from different art forms…

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As we were strolling through Instagram explore feed, we came across a beautiful picture of a traveler in the picturesque Annapurna Circuit of Nepal. As we really look for pictures which have more than just a good background and foreground, this was the one that stands out. This picture not only showcases the beauty of this incredible place but it also gives people especially women a reason to travel more and to see the beauty of nature in its untouched form. So we randomly shared this picture and it did really well and surprisingly it gained the attention of the mostly female audience. Many of them not just simply liked the picture but they even shared their thoughts and even interacted with the person who owned this picture. So we got to talk to this wonderful lady and she shared her experience of traveling in South East Asia and especially…

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Well Done Music Festival is first Music Festival of its kind to take place in Himachal Pradesh. As the name goes, the main motive behind organizing this festival is to celebrate and share the achievements and progress made in the field of music by Himachali artists. The festival also features some National level well renowned DJ’s and bands to showcase their talent and entertain the audience. The festival is an brainchild of Zenas Productions, which is a renowned name in Himachal Music Industry. It is led by 2 talented folks, founder Shaan Gupta, who is also a Music Producer as well as a DJ, and Co-founder, Anurag Vashisht, who is also a director but a Singer at his core. Site of the Event: The festival will take place at Hotel River Bank, which is located on NH-21(Kullu-Manali Highway). They have a big lawn and huge hall to entertain such event…

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This is Himalayas which literally the abode of snow. It is the last frontier king of all mountains. Here species have thrived and gone extinct, civilizations came and then destroyed, but mountains they have seen it all. The idea of travel should not just involve moving from one place to another. So let’s talk about “5 Places you must not miss on a trip to Kullu-Manali“. 1.Bijli mahadev temple Bijli mahadev temple is one of the oldest temple of Kullu valley dedicated to lord Shiva. Situated at a height of more than 7000ft. above mean sea level. Temple got its name because every year a lightning bolt struck the wooden pole outside temple and then completely shattering shivling in the temple. The shivling is rebuilt by using ghee, butter and flour situated at a distance of 15km from Kullu town. The place is easily accessible by car and bus. Then it’s a…

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