Unlike the rest of India, the village of Malana has its own religious beliefs. Apart from their undying faith in Shiva , they believe in their Devta , Jamlu Rishi. It is said that the sage from the Puranas once inhabited the land and laid the foundation of the democracy, which still works as a fully functional
No of pax: minimum 4
Days: 4 Nights/5 Days
Day1: Delhi to Kasol
- Today on arrival at Delhi board the Volvo Ac bus to
Kasol which is a 12-15 hours journey.
- Today you arrive at Kasol from there you will be greeted and taken to the campsite.
- After having food you can explore the local culture and traditions of kasol.
- For an easy 3.5km stroll, cross the footbridge over the Parvati River in Kasol and walk downstream to Chalal and Katagla villages. Several rustic guesthouses and cafes along here, mostly foreign-run, are ideal for those who just want to hang out and get high.
- Recross the river at Katagla to return to Kasol along the road. More remote paths continue from Katagla to Chowki, opposite Jari.
- Later enjoy the chilling weather and the Campfire dinner arranged.
- Overnight stay in the luxury tents.
Day3: Malana visit
- Today we plan to visit, Remote Malana, high on a hillside 20km up a side valley north of Jari, is one strange village. Its people – descended, according to legend, from deserters from Alexander the Great’s army – speak their own unique language, operate what’s called the world’s oldest democracy, consider outsiders unclean and step aside if you pass them to avoid being touched.
- Do a trekking activity there at Malana exploring the beauty of the ancient village.
- Later we spend the evening at kasol
- Enjoy the dinner and Overnight stay in camp
Day4: Departure to Delhi
- Today you check out and board the bus to Delhi
Day5: Reach Delhi
- Today you arrive at Delhi in the morning.