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Iceland Summers (Road Trip)


ICELAND If you don’t want following trip and If you want a Iceland Tour for with your Gang/Friends with self-drive options then call us on[masked] and we will ensure you enjoy this amazing country with the comfort of best SUV in the world. ICELAND Fire, Ice & Fairytail Explore a land of raw, natural supercharged splendor, studded with angry volcanoes, enormous glaciers and temperamental geysers, in the company of an adventurous group of travelers like yourself. Plus you’ll eat Icelandic hot dogs, laugh with your new friends in a pub with a Carlsberg in hand. We will be covering 1800 km of Ring Road in 10D/9N (20 May -29-May) and explore each and every spot on the way, be prepared to get amazed. I have been to Iceland 5 times and have driven 10000+ km in that country and i can assure you that we will see the best of Iceland. Day1: Blue Lagoon Day2: Reykjavik Day3: Gyesers Day4: Vik Day5: Vik Day6: Hofn Day7:Skaftafell Day8:Álftafjörður Day9: Dimmuborgir Day10: Fly back to India Day 1 & 2: Reach Iceland(before 1:00pm) and start our road trip with blue lagoon. Blue lagoon spa iceland tours,reykjavik iceland, iceland travel, Wow air,best iceland tours,our package to iceland,iceland, blue lagoon iceland hotel, iceland itinerary 5 days A visit to The Blue Lagoon is almost mandatory. It’s the best way to relax after a holiday filled with activities. Soak in the milky blue waters, order a drink from the bar or even treat yourself to a massage! Gullfose: iceland tours,reykjavik iceland, iceland travel, Wow air,best iceland tours,our package to iceland,iceland, blue lagoon iceland hotel, iceland itinerary 5 daysThe Golden Circle tour is probably the most popular and accessible tour for travellers to Reykjavik and Iceland. There are three stops in the Golden Circle tour: the Gullfoss waterfall, the Gullfoss Geyzir, and the Thingviller National park. The Gullfoss is an excellent and magnificent attraction. Day 3 Gyesers: The Geysir field is situated at the northern edge of the southern lowlands, at an altitude of[masked] m above sea level. Until recently, the area was called Hverasandar. The hot springs are located to the east of a little mountain called Laugafell. Sólheimasandur iceland tours,reykjavik iceland, iceland travel, Wow air,best iceland tours,our package to iceland,iceland, blue lagoon iceland hotel, iceland itinerary 5 days It’s one of Iceland’s most iconic & haunting photography locations. On Saturday Nov 24, 1973 a United States Navy Douglas Super DC-3 airplane was forced to land on Sólheimasandur’s black sand beach in the south of Iceland after experiencing some severe icing. Luckily all crew members survived the crash, but the airplane’s fuselage was abandoned. Now it’s become a photography dream location. Day 4 & 5 Sulfur Join this wetsuit snorkelling tour in Silfra fissure at the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Thingvellir National Park. It’s an out of this world adventure inside a hidden natural wonder, where the 100 m (almost 330 ft) underwater visibility and bright colours make for an unbelievable afternoon. Day 7 Skaftafell: Formerly a national park on its own by the roots of Vatnajökull but now a part of the Vatnajökull national park. This area is surprisingly green and lush even though it’s right next to a glacier! Day 8 Álftafjörður Day 9 Dimmuborgir: Right next to Mývatn, Dimmuborgir is an area filled with dramatic rock formations and caves and often referred to as a gateway to Hell. Perhaps that’s why the Norwegian metal band Dimmuborgir chose this name (the translation is Dark Cities). Day 10 We will end our trip and take a flight back to India For all the details on Cost/Itinerary, visit www.travelbuddiestalk.com How to Contact us? Call us on[masked] or E-mail us on [masked] Team TBT Mail: [masked] [masked]

Sikkim: The Beauty Redefined


S I K K I M Sikkim, the smallest state of India, is the land of large variety of plants, animals, rivers, mountains, lakes and waterfalls. The mountain peaks, holy lakes, ancient monasteries, orchid nurseries and stunning trekking routes make Sikkim a perfect Holiday destination for you. The north eastern charm coupled with the majestic Himalayan snow make Sikkim one of the most beautiful state of the country. Sikkim is endowed with excellent natural resources, gorgeous mountains, beautiful waterfalls and some wonderful landscapes. The ethnic people and the natural beauty, along with modern city life give the city its own character. The Nepalis called this state as 'Sukhim' or the New Place, the Bhutias called it as the 'Demazong' or the Valley of rice and the Lepchas called it as the 'Nye-mae-el lang' or the abode of the Gods. If you are the one whose aesthetic sense is superb, and the one who longs to spend a moment in the lap of Mother Nature then Sikkim invites you with clear sky and fresh air. Day 1: Bagdogra Arrival. Transfer to Gangtok Upon your arrival at the airport, a cab will transfer you to Gangtok – a drive of about four hours. We shall reach by evening. After freshening up at the hotel for a bit, let’s head out to MG Road which is Gangtok’s Mall road, and check out some of the cafes and restaurants there. Day 2 Gangtok to Lachen ; Lachen After an early breakfast, we set out for North Sikkim. We are headed for Lachen (8840 metres) about 6 hours from Gangtok. Opened for tourists in 2000, Lachen is a nature lover’s paradise. Enroute we also see Mt.Kanchenjunga (the 3rd highest peak in the world) Day 3 Morning trip to Gurudongmar Lake; O/N Lachen Today, we are headed to Lake Gurudongmar – India’s Second Highest Lake. Day 4 Lachen to Lachung ; O/N Lachung After a lazy breakfast, we shall head towards Lachung. The route is pretty, the Teesta river flows by the roadside, and the mountains look as magnificent as ever. We shall reach Lachung by late afternoon. Later in the day we can do a small hike Day 5 Day trip to Yumthang Valley ; O/N Lachung Yumthang is Sikkim’s very own Valley of Flowers and in March/April, even though there wont be too many flowers blooming, you can see rhododendrons, and a hundred variety of orchids, chimals and blue poppies. Day 6 Drive back to Gangtok, shopping ; O/N Gangtok After breakfast, we shall drive back to Gangtok. We shall reach there by late afternoon. Once we are there, rest for a bit. The evening has been kept free for shopping or walking about MG road. Later, we can go out for dinner at one of the nice cafes, or go to a lounge with some live music. Day 7 Day trip to Tsongmo Lake and Nathula Pass; O/N Gangtok After breakfast, we shall go to the pretty Changu Lake. Set in the middle of the mountains, it is an absolutely pristine crystal clear lake and revered by Buddhists Day 8 Transfer to Bagdogra airport , trip ends After breakfast, a cab will take you to the airport at Bagdogra. Package :25555 INR p.p #Stay for 8D/7N in double occupancy #Breakfast (7) #Airport pick N drop (Airport to hotel) #All transport within Sikkim #Permits for Nathula Pass #Entrance fees to all scenic spots listed in the itinerary #Government taxes and service charges except tips for tour guides and drivers Excluded #Flight tickets to and from Guwahati #Personal Expenses: Expenses of a purely personal nature such as laundry,drinks, fax, telephone calls, optional activities, sightseeing which are not included in the tour itinerary. #Meals: Lunches and dinners aren’t part of the cost inclusions #Any other thing not included in the itinerary Thanks [masked] Travel Buddies Talk[masked]

Lahaul & Spiti :Road Trip


For Bookings Call/Whatsapp on[masked] SPITI Heaven for Riders, Photographers, Trekkers, Poets, Writers and many more, Spiti is one places which cannot be described in words. You have to visit this region to believe the beauty it can offer. A variety of Lakes, Monasteries, Glaciers and wildlife, it offers a perfect off city destination to search your soul. Spiti is 7000 sq km of snow-topped mountains and high-altitude desert, punctuated by tiny patches of greenery and villages of whitewashed houses clinging to the sides of rivers and meltwater streams. As in Zanskar and Ladakh, Tibetan Buddhism is the dominant religion in both Spiti and Lahaul, though Hinduism is prominent in lower Lahaul. Some Lahauli temples encompass both religions. Lahaul and Spiti are perfect locations for nature lovers and trekkers too. Located at an altitude of 3340 m in the north eastern corner, these are the two remote villages of Himachal Pradesh. Before these two districts were combined, the Lahaul capital was Kardang and Dhankar was the capital of Spiti. But now, these are spread over an area of 13835 sq. km and as per 2001 census, the total populations of these districts were recorded around 33,224. The breathtaking snow capped hills and the craggy beauty of these regions lure the travelers. Lahaul and Spiti are two isolated Himalayan valleys of Himachal Pradesh that lie on the Indo-Tibet border. A beautiful land of captivating Buddhist art and culture- Lahaul is distinguished by inflicting mountains and glaciers while the vegetation, climate and the landscape of Spiti are similar to that of Tibet. That's why the village of Spiti is also popular as 'Little Tibet'. Route Delhi (7 June in evening we will start ) Narkanda (8 June) Sangla (9 & 10 July) Tabo (11 July) Kaza (12 & 13 July) Manali (14 July) Delhi (15 July) Day 1 Start from Delhi in the evening Delhi To Narkanda ( 10 hours / 500 KM) we will start our journey towards our first halt at Narkanda, Shimla will be a tea break spot so that you don’t miss this charming city before we leave for our night halt spot. Night Stay : Narkanda Narkanda has a mythological significance. Its history dates back to the days of the Mahabharata, when, as myth holds it, the Pandavas resided in the hills of this town during their exile. In the recent history, the town was ruled by Sankar Varma, the king of Kashmir, which followed the invasion by Muhammad Ghazni. The area was then ruled by Maharaja Ranjit Singh, the Rajput king. Further, the place came under Mughal rule, until it was invaded by The Gorkhas, under the leadership of Amar Singh Thapa, in 1768. In the late 18th century, the Anglo-Gorkha war led to the defeat of the Gorkhas and the area coming under British rule. Narkanda hence came under the Shimla district. In modern times, the fate of Narkanda took a massive leap, when Mr Satyanand Stokes brought the apple to the town. The apple is a major source of earning and livelihood for the inhabitants of Narkanda. About 3,000 crore income of Himachal Pradesh is generated from the apple business of the state, which is mainly carried out in the town of Narkanda. Now, cherry business is also flourishing at a good pace in this town, contributing to the export economy of the state. Today, Narkanda is also popularly known for skiing. Day 2 Narkanda to Sangla(4:30 hours/161 km) Highlights: We will start before dawn so that we don’t miss the sun rise in mesmerizing Valley and have our breakfast on the way. Night Stay: Stay at Sangla Sangla Valley is located in the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh. It is supposed to be one of the most beautiful valleys in the country. In Tibetan, the term Sangala means “pass of light” which refers to the valley receiving sunlight during the day. Visitors were prohibited to enter this region before because it was situated close to the Tibetan border; 25 years on and this valley has been explored by many enthusiasts. Spread over an area of over 40kms, it’s a magnificent sight to behold. Snow clad mountains surround you and you get to see the Kinner Kailash peak. The Baspa River flows through the valley and that is why it is also known as the Baspa Valley. Day 3 This day will be for detour in Sangla.You can explore places near by or just chill at the valley and soak in the beauty of this gorgeous place. Detour Suggestions: Trout Fishing in Baspa River (5km/15 Mins) Rakcham Walk (39km/39 Mins) Chitkul (23km/1 hour) Stay at Sangla Petrol pump: Tapri Tips from travelers: You’ll experience the first ever “You Don’t Call It A Road” episode near Wangtu where you drive about 8 km towards Tapri under an angry bright sun. It took me 40 mins to cover this nasty 8 km stretch. I had to stop every 10 minutes to check if my bike is not yet punctured. Tapri, however, awards you with a perfect Hot Spring where you can relax a bit. The hot spring is situated about 2 km away from the town of Tapri. The town also has a petrol pump, in case you’re planning a little detour towards Chitkul – the last Indian town. Stay at Sangla Day 4: Tabo Sangla –Nako-Tabo (4:45 Hour/191km) Explore this gorgeous place and its serene beauty, which can wrap you in its magnificent valleys. Highlights: As usual we will start before the dawn to catch the beauty of the valley and have our breakfast on the way. Night Stay: At Tabo The Tabo Monastery is one of the most pious, biggest and oldest surviving Buddhist establishments in the Trans-Himalayas. It was developed as an advanced center for learning and till date it has managed to preserve the Buddhist legacy with the same steadfastness. Flanked on either side by hills, surrounded by high boundary walls made of mud bricks, the monastery stands at a secluded, barren ground in the bottom of the valley. You will be welcomed at the monastery by the Buddhist chanting. Early morning, cold breeze and bliss. You can head toward the assembly hall from where the sound was coming. After the prayer was over, a lama will explain the significance of these chanting and then guid on the details of the assembly hall, wall paintings, clay structure and other temples. The monastery complex comprises of 9 temples, 23 chortens, a monk’s chamber and an extension that houses the nuns chamber. The monastery’s importance can be judged from the fact that its significance is second only to the Tholing Gompa in Tibet in the entire Himalayan region. Tabo is famous for its beautiful paintings and stucco sculptures which bear a striking resemblance with the paintings and sculpture in the Ajanta caves. The monastery also treasures some centuries old paintings which are not allowed to be photographed. Day 5: Kaza Tabo – Kaza (2 Hours/ 70 km) The beautiful town of Kaza is located at an altitude of about 12,500 ft., on the left bank of the Spiti River in the majestic Lahaul and Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh. It is known as the sub-divisional headquarters of Spiti and the largest township in the Lahaul and Spiti Valley, which is one of the most beautiful valleys of Himachal Pradesh. Kaza is surrounded by high mountains, crystal clear river & streams, and barren landscapes interspersed with green landscapes and meadows. It is a marvelous destination, which houses several beautiful palaces, monasteries, gompas, and other historical buildings Day 6: Kaza – Manali (8 hours/ 205 km) via Rohtang Pass Highlights: This day we will start at dawn and cross Rohtang Pass to see this magnificent valley. Night Stay: At Manali Visit Pin Valley National Park, High altitude villages of Langza, Hikkim and Komic The name Rohtang means ‘ground of corpses’ due to the number of people who lost their lives trying to cross it. The Rohtang Pass is on the Pir Panjal Mountain Range of the Himalayas. The Rohtang Pass is a natural divide between the humid Kullu Valley, which has predominantly Hindu culture and the arid, high altitude Lahaul and Spiti Valleys which mainly has Buddhists. Known for its scenic beauty, Rohtang Pass holds strategic importance for India. The Pass offers beautiful sights of glaciers, peaks, Lahaul Valley and the Chandra River. The twin peaks of Geypan are also visible from Rohtang. The pass is on the watershed between the water basins of the Chenab River and the Beas River Day 7: Free day In Manali Highlights: This day we will bump into the mythological place called Manali. According to mythology, one day, Varvasvata, the seventh incarnation of Manu found a tiny fish in his bathing water. The fish told him to look after it with devotion as one day it would do him a great service. The seventh Manu cared for the fish till the day it grew so huge that he released it into the sea. Before departing, the fish warned Manu of an impending deluge when the entire world would be submerged and bade him to build a sea worthy ark. When the flood came, Varvasvata and seven sages were towed to safety by Matsya, the fish which is regarded as first avatar of Lord Vishnu. As the water subsided the seventh Manu's ark came to the rest on a hill side and the place was named Manali (2,050 m) after him. We will reach delhi by late night CALL/WHATSAPP on[masked] for bookings Package 1 Cost : 25999 Rupee p.p(1000 discount if you pay before 25 May) Inclusions Travel in Private vehicle Stay for 9D/8N in double occupancy Breakfast Route Planning Activities Local Guidance All inner permits Exclusions Any flight Insurance Charges occurred due to unforeseen circumstances (Additional Accommodation charges due to delay in journey) Any medical expense during the journey Any personal orders at hotel other then mentioned food Entry charges in any of the monument Camera handling charges Any personal orders at hotel other then mentioned food Entry charges in any of the monument Camera handling charges Who we are ? Travel Buddies is a solo traveler's community with a concept of travelling with strangers and come back with friends. We started 3 years ago as a meetup group and grew continuously, currently we have 17000 members on FB group and 10000+ members on our multiple meetup groups and website members. Why this trip? After doing trips like Northern lights in Sweden & 2000 KM road trip in Iceland we were looking for a unique experience for our members so that is why we are going for this trip. Q.Pictures from our last trips. Link : Click me (https://www.facebook.com/groups/BuddiesTravel/photos/?filter=albums) Contact Us Email: [masked] Contact : http://www.travelbuddiestalk.com Team Travel Buddies Talk



None of the Meetup groups going outside India but Travel Buddies is exploring continents now so you can see why we are unique. Here is one more new trip from our side. We just came back from Japan and this Antarctica trip will amaze you. If Antarctica is in your bucket list and you are not able to tick it out because of the cost? then this is your time to book your dream trip @399999 p.p(all inclusive*). You can book this trip by paying only @49999 p.p now and can pay later rest of the amount. 14 NIGHT ANTARCTICA CRUISE Take a trip of a lifetime to Antarctica in the safety & comfort of a 90000 tonnage award winning Cruise Ship – Celebrity . Setting sail from South America, you’ll visit ports of calls in Argentina, Chile and Uruguay in addition to cruising around through Paradise Bay and Elephant Island & Falkland Islands on your Antarctica cruise. . . . PORTS OF CALL:Buenos aires – argentina, At sea, At sea, At sea, Ushuaia – argentina, Cape horn – chile, Schollart channel – antarctica, Elephant island – antarctica, At sea, Port stanley – falkland is, At sea, Puerto madryn – argentina, At sea, Montevideo – uruguay, Buenos aires – argentina ITINERARY Day Date Port/City 01 18 Jan 2020 Land & Explore the city(Buenos Aires) 02 19 Jan 2020 Buenos Aires – (Board the ship) 03 20 Jan 2020 At sea 04 21 Jan 2020 At sea 05 22 Jan 2020 At sea 06 23 Jan 2020 Ushuaia – Argentine 07 24 Jan 2020 Cape Horn – Chile 08 25 Jan 2020 Schollart Channel – Antarctica 09 26 Jan 2020 Elephant Island – Antarctica 10 27 Jan 2020 At Sea 11 28 Jan 2020 Port Stanley – Falkland 12 29 Jan 2020 At Sea 13 30 Jan 2020 Puerto Madryn – Argentina 14 31 Jan 2020 At Sea 15 01 Feb 2020 Montevideo – Uruguay 16 02 Feb 2020 Buenos Aires- Argentina (Off boarding) 17 03 Feb 2020 Explore city or rest 18 04 Feb 2020 Fly back home with happy memories For all the details ,visit following link. https://travelbuddiestalk.com/event/antarctica-the-7th-continent/ or Just Click on the Following Link and Type ANTARCTICA Link: https://m.me/Travelbuddiestalk or Email on [masked] Call/Whatsapp on[masked] Thanks Gaurav Rana

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