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People who are looking for a community travel meetup, aged 18-35, & have a passion for bikes, mountains, adventure activities & meet-ups. We, as a community, are going to explore various destinations in its true sense. We'll be experiencing its culture, flora & fauna & most important its adventurous significance. We are the coolest travel community, having a great presence over major social media having more than 1000+ five star reviews.

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WanderOn Tawang Road Trip



Tawang is an unexplored paradise. Located in the western part of Arunachal Pradesh at a height of about 3500 m above the sea level, the place is both historically and naturally endowed. Because of its remote location, traveling to Tawang is often perceived as difficult to some. But, it is one of the most beautiful places in the north-eastern Himalayas. Surrounded by the Tibet in the northern part, Bhutan in the Southwest and the Sela ranges in the east, the place can boast of the natural beauty of glacial lakes as well as the snow-covered peaks. Home to the famous Tawang Monastery, this beautiful destination nestled between the Chinese and Bhutanese border has some of the most scenic lakes and landscapes all around it. Apart from the Tawang Monastery, the four-hundred years old Urgelling Monastery is a great find and so are the Brahmadung Nunnery, fondly referred to as the Anni Gompa by the locals, and the Tawang War Memorial which is dedicated to our soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice during the Chinese aggression of 1962. Brief Itinerary: Day 1: Arrival at Guwahati - Drive to Nameri - Relax in the lap of Nature – 241 km, 5 hrs - Overnight stay at Nameri. Day 2: Rafting & Ride to Dirang – 140 km, 5 hrs - Overnight stay at Dirang Day 3: Journey to the breathtaking Sela Pass (4170 m) - Reach Tawang - 129 km, 5 hrs - Overnight stay at Tawang. Day 4: Tawang Monastery & War Memorial, Chill at the Market – 40 km, 3 hrs - Overnight stay at Tawang Day 5: Ride through Bum La Pass - Sangetser Lake - Indo-China Border - Overnight at Tawang Day 6: Visit Jung Falls - Ride back to Bomdila – 175 km, 6 hrs - Overnight stay at Bomdila Day 7: Ride to Guwahati -Overnight stay at Guwahati – 340 km, 9 hrs Day 8: Depart back to home with amazing trip memories Inclusions: 1. Bike Rent for 7 days, Helmet, Riding Gears & Fuel Expense. (for biking option) 2. Entire travel as per itinerary 3. Stay for 7 nights in hotels on a triple sharing basis 4. A total of 14 meals – (07 Dinners + 07 Breakfasts) 5. All inner line permits for the trip 6. Driver night charges, toll tax, parking charges etc. 7. Team captain throughout the trip 8. An oxygen cylinder 24×7 in the cab in case of an emergency Batch Details: 16th Mar – 23rd Mar 19th Apr – 26th Apr 04th May – 11th May Costing on the basis of mode of travel: Tempo Traveler - INR 25,999/- RE Classic 350 - INR 31,999/- RE Himalayan - INR 33,999/-

WanderOn Spiti Valley Winter Trip



Separated from fertile Lahaul by the soaring 4551m Kunzum La, the trans-Himalayan region of Spiti is another chunk of Tibet marooned in India. The scattered villages in this serrated moonscape arrive like mirages, clusters of whitewashed mud-brick homes huddled amid green barley fields below monasteries perched on crags a thousand feet above. The turquoise-grey ribbon of the Spiti River is your near-constant companion, running along a broad valley before turning south at Sumdo into the precipitous gorges of the Hangrang Valley. Spiti attracts many travelers, including streams of Indian motorcyclists, as a kind of ‘mini-Ladakh without tourist crowds’, which is fair enough, since its pristine nature (high-altitude desert) and culture (Tibetan Buddhist) are still intact. The approaches to Spiti remain among the most rugged and scenically spectacular roads in India, and the Spiti-Kinnaur loop is one of Asia’s great road trips. Brief Itinerary: Day 0: Departure from Delhi To Shimla. Day 1: Reach Shimla- Transfer to Chitkul Overnight stay at Chitkul. Day 2: Explore Chitkul- Transfer to Kalpa. Overnight stay at Kalpa. Day 3: Transfer from Kalpa to Kaza via Nako - Tabo - Ka loops. Overnight stay at Kaza. Day 4: Visit Key Monastery- Hikkim- Komic- Langza- Chicham Bridge. Overnight stay at Kaza. Day 5: Drive to Mud Village and Visit Pin Valley- Overnight stay at Kaza. Day 6: Departure to Kalpa. Overnight sat at Kalpa. Day 7: Depart to Shimla. Overnight transfer to Delhi. Day 8: Reach Delhi by morning. Inclusions: 1. Volvo transfer from Delhi to Shimla & back. 2. Entire sightseeing by tempo traveler.Accommodation for 6 nights – 1 Night at Chitkul in camps, 2 Nights at Kalpa, 3 Nights at Kaza. 3. A total 12 meals – 1 Meal on Day 1 (Dinner) + 2 Meals on Day 2 (Breakfast + Dinner) + 2 Meals on Day 3 (Breakfast + Dinner) + 2 Meals on Day 4 (Breakfast + Dinner) + 2 Meals on Day 5 (Breakfast + Dinner) + 2 Meal on Day 6 (Breakfast + Dinner), 1 Meal on Day 7 (Breakfast) 4. All inner line permits for the trip. 5. Driver Night Charges, Toll Tax, Parking Charges, etc. 6. Team Captain throughout the trip. 7. An Oxygen Cylinder 24X7 in the car in case of emergency Batch Details: Batch 1: 02nd Mar – 10th Mar Batch 2: 16th Mar – 24th Mar Batch 3: 13th Apr – 21st Apr Batch 4: 19th Apr – 27th Apr Batch 5: 04th May – 12th May Batch 6: 18th May – 26th May

WanderOn Meghalaya Road Trip



If there’s one word for Meghalaya, it is exotic. It is one of the gems of Northeast India. Don’t get us wrong if we say it is one of the most beautiful seven sisters! That is because Meghalaya is a potpourri of vivid landscapes. It is indeed God’s own garden with lush green mountains, mysterious caves, sparkling rivers, and some majestic waterfalls. Being the recipient of maximum rainfall, Meghalaya has every hue of green in its forests. It surely is a photographer’s paradise. Its capital Shillong, popularly known as ‘The Rock Capital of India’, has a peppy evening vibe. With scrumptious food and jamming sessions, the cafes at Shillong are so charming they would surely leave you wanting for more. Apart from cafes, there are a lot of places to visit in Shillong. The Umiam Lake, Elephant Falls, and evergreen forests are a few major attractions. There is no doubt as to why the British named Shillong as the Scotland of East. Brief Itinerary: Day 1: Reach Guwahati- Transfer to Cheerapunjee- Visit Umiam Lake. Overnight stay at Cheerapunjee. Day 2: Head to Tyrna Village- Trek to Double Decker Bridge- Visit Mawsmai Caves. Overnight stay at Cheerapunjee. Day 3: Visit Nohkalikai falls & Asia cleanest village Mawlynnong – Head to Shnongpdeng village. Overnight stay at Shnongpdeng- Riverside camping. Day 4: Enjoy water sports activities- Lunch at Shnongpdeng- Head to Shilling- Visit Krang Suri waterfall- Café visit around Shillong. Overnight stay at Shillong. Day 5: Visit Laitlum Grand Canyon- Transfer to Guwahati- Board your flight for onward journey. Inclusions: 1. Entire travel as per the itinerary(by tempo traveler) for backpacking option. 2. Bike rent (Classic 350) for 5 days & fuel as per the itinerary for biking option. 3. 4 nights accommodation – 2 Nights in Hotel at Cherrapunjee, 1 Night in Camps at Shnongpdeng & 1 Night in Hotel at Shillong on triple sharing basis 4. Breakfast on Day2, Day3, Day4 & Day 5 5. Entry fees to the sightseeing places mentioned in the itinerary. 6. Guided trek to various points. 7. Team Captain throughout the trip Medical Kit to handle emergency conditions 8. Driver night charges, toll & parking charges. 9. All inner line permits. Batch Details: 20th February – 24th February 01st March – 05th March 20th March – 24th March 10th April – 14th April 17th April – 21st April 08th May – 12th May Costing: 1. Tempo Traveler INR 17,999/- 2. Bike INR 21,999/-

WanderOn Bir Billing Weekend Getaway



The village of Bir (elevation: 1400m), located in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh India, is internationally famous as the base for some of the best paragliding in the world. The take-off point at Billing, 14km up a winding road from Bir and 1000m higher, hosts major competitive flying events most years in October or November (including a round of the Paragliding World Cup in 2015). Experienced paragliders fly as far as Dharamshala, Mandi, and Manali from here. Bir is also an important center of the Tibetan exile community: the lower half of the village is known as Tibetan Colony and there are several Buddhist monasteries and institutes in and around Bir, some of which attract numbers of foreigners for courses and retreats. Brief Itinerary: Day 0: Depart from Delhi at 08:30 PM from Vidhan Sabha Metro Station. Day 1: Reach Bir- Lunch and self-explore Bir village- Trek to Billing. Overnight stay in Camps at Billing. Day 2: Enjoy Paragliding- Chill in Bir cafes or go for mountain biking- Evening departure to Delhi. Day 3: Reach Delhi in the morning. Batch Details: 01st Mar – 04th Mar 08th Mar – 11th Mar 15th Mar – 19th Mar 22nd Mar – 25th Mar 29th Mar – 01st Apr 05th Apr – 08th Apr 12th Apr – 15th Apr 18th Apr – 21st Apr Inclusions: 1. Entire travel as per the itinerary. 2. 3 meals – 2 Meals (Day 1) + 1 Meal (Day 2) 3. Accommodation in camps at Billing. 4. Paragliding cost from Billing to Bir. 5. Team captain throughout the trip. 6. Driver night charges, toll tax, parking charges. Costing: Alpine Tents INR 6499/- Swiss Tents INR 6999/-

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