|Bhutan10 – 17 Sept, 2012
You will visit the Tiger’s Nest monastery ( Takstang), explore the Dzongs ( monasteries and admistrative centers), and view some spectacular mountain scenery at the Dochu-La pass. In September and October, clear weather offers awesome views of the Himalayas. This trip works well for solo travellers, families (kids are welcome) as well as for the elderly. For more details, click here.
|Ladakh14 – 20 Aug, 2012
11 – 17 Sept, 2012
A 7 day trip that starts and ends in Leh, Ladakh. From Leh we do trips to the beautiful Pangong Tso lake, and the unbelievable Nubra valley.Visit Turtuk village, where the featured photo in this newsletter was clicked ( details here). Stay in tents near the Lake, and in the desert-like valley. This trip involves a fair amount of driving and needs acclimatising to high altitude.
|Meghalaya24 – 30 July, 2012
28 Aug – 3 Sept, 2012Bring along your galoshes, your raincoats, your umbrellas.. and your indomitable spirit. You will be rewarded with beautiful sights of swirling mists among the mountains, greenery that will dazzle your eyes, and the fury of the waterfalls in the town of Shillong, the village of Cherrapunjee and Mawllynong ( details here).
|WINTER TRIPS PREVIEW ( Oct,2012 – Feb, 2013)GypsyFeet will be organizing group trips to Sikkim (trekking & farmhouse stays), Bhutan, Assam (Kaziranga, Majuli, Tea-estate stays), Arunachal Pradesh (Tawang, Bomdila, Zero), and Nagalandduring the winter months.For those who want a customised trip, we are happy to work with you individually. We can do trips in any of these regions, or any other place in North-East India.|