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Welcome to POTALA Adventurers

Welcome to POTALA Adventurers

Namaste Djuley - Welcome to Potala Adventurers Trekking. Potala Adventurers is a place where you can have unique info, filled with our regional knowledge on trekking in Ladakh and Zanskar, Lahaul - Spiti and Kinnaur, Kullu and Manali, Garhwal, Miyar & Kishtwar regions of Indian Himalayas. Potala Adventurers is a small trekking company, organizing treks and customized tours in Indian Himalayas since 1997. We offer wide range of trekking and overland trips in Indian Himalaya for short and long holiday seekers. All of our treks are unique in its, own specialty and planned carefully.

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Trekking and Hiking in Kullu-Manali

  • Setting off from near Hadimba we climb gently through thick forest of Cedar and Oak. Climbing up through the Manalsu River valley the gentle slopes and lush green meadows of Lamadug appears. Later trek beneathe the ridge of Khanpari Tibba (4,025m) we arrive at a place from where Indrasan (6,220m.) And Deo Tibba (6,001m.) peaks can be seen. One can see the full view of Manali town and upper Kullu valley.

  • 1 Aug 2017 - 5 Aug 2017 (Limited space left)

  • The ancient Indians called the Beas River as Vipas or Arjiki while the ancient Greeks called it as Hyphasis. The current name Beas is regarded as formed from Vyas who is the author of Mahabharata,

  • Malana is connected to Kullu by three mountain passes - it can be reached from Parbati valley crossing over the 3180 metres rashol pass and via Naggar over the 3600 metres beautiful Chanderkhani pass. For the outsiders, there is a long list of do's and don'ts to be followed in the village. The people are friendly but outsiders are told to keep distance and not to touch anything in the village. Malana is divided into two - upper malana (dhara beda) and lower malana (sor beda). Kanashi, the language of Malana, does not resemble any of the dialects spoken in its neighbourhood but seems to be a mixture of Sanskrit and several Tibetan dialects. Two important festivals are celebrated in Malana. One called Badoh Mela is celebrated in august and the other called Fagdi mela in february

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