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14 Must Do Trips In June

Summers are at full peak. A break from hot summer is a craving for all. For backpackers and trekkers June is a must go time to explore treks and hidden adventures. Here are some of the must to trips along with some of the events and festivals in this month.

1. Explore the Meadows of Gulmarg

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Let’s start with Season’s best. Gulmarg in summer is known for its green meadows and pastures that looks as if it has come straight out of a Yash Chopra movie. Gulmarg is also known for the highest golf course in the world and one of the most popular winter ski resorts.

2. Spot a Black Panther at Dandeli


Dandeli is located in heart of Western Ghats and is home to the famous Black Panther along with Leopards, Bisons and Sloth Bears. One can enjoy several adventure activities in Dandeli such as Rafting and Flying fox.

3. Explore the Colonial Lifestyle at Chail


British had Shimla has their summer capital and a few kilometers from here they fell in love with Chail as it resembled their British countryside. They made their bungalows in British style in this area that still exists here as a reminder. While Shimla is crowded in this tourist season, Chail is an escape that offbeat travelers will fall in love with.

4. An Ode to the Blues festival in Bangalore


For Blues fan this is a must attend event. On June 8th this year this festival pays homage to blue of past, present and future.

5. Friendship Peak Trek

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Friendship Peak lies in Pir Panjal range and is one of the easy treks that can take you upto 5289 meters. You can see snow at Beas Kund Glacier that is one of the highlights of this treks.

6. Dharamshala Film Festival


Dharamshala film festival will be organized in picturesque from June 11th to June 13th. The theme of this year’s edition is to explore the subtle relationship between consciousness and creativity. This festival’s aim is to showcase films by Indie films along with workshops on thangka paintings, yoga and meditation.

7. Visit Lake Tsogmo in Sikkim


Lake Tsongmo is one of the few Glacial Lakes in India situated at an elevation of 12000 feet. The Lake is associated with many myths and legends and is revered by the Sikkimese as sacred. It is believed that in olden times, Buddhist monks would study the colour of the water of the lake to forecast the future.

8. Trek to Chembra Peak, Kerala

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Chembra peak is the highest peak in Kerala’s Wayanad region. The main highlight of this trek is the heart shaped Lake that never dries even in summers. The view from top of this peak is mesmerizing and loved by nature enthusiasts.

9. Go on a day trek to Ratangadh Fort


Ratangadh Fort is one of the treks that you can take during a hot summer afternoon and is one of the most amazing trekking trails near Pune. The best part of this trek are the stops at Sapoli, Devanmal and Kamarli that can kill your tiredness during this long trek.

10. Slide over Rohtang Pass


Basking and playing in snow is one of the best experiences that one can feel in lifetime. A few kilometers from Manali and the route adjoining Himachal and Ladakh lies Rohtang Pass. One of the highest motor-able routes is also known for the snow sports that are popular for those visiting Manali. A day trip to this place will make you return home with beautiful memories.

11. Trek to Pushpagiri in Coorg


Pushpagiri as the name suggests is the Valley of Flowers of the South India. While Pushpagiri is one of the most difficult treks in Coorg region but top of this peak is mesmerizing.

12. Hemis Festival at Leh Ladakh


Now that routes for Ladakh are open one of the most popular festivals, Hemis Festival is something that everyone wants to attend. The two-day Hemis Festival commemorates the birth of Guru Padmasambhava, who founded Tantric Buddhism in Tibet. The colourful two-day fest celebrates the victory of good over evil in which Masked Dance is a prime highlight. The festival is staged at the Hemis Gompa which is Ladakh’s largest Buddhist monastery. Dates of this festival are 18th and 19th June.

13. International Mango Festival at Delhi Haat


From June 30th to July 2nd Delhi will celebrate arrival of Summer with International Mango Festival. This festival also features an array of Mango based sports and activities in which you can participate. Dates for this festival are June 30th to July 2nd.

14. Trek to Banderpunch


Bandarpunch trek is one of the easy treks located at a height of 6000 meters and is known for its Banderpunch glacier is 12Km long and sits widely on the slopes of Banderpunch I, Banderpunch II and Khatling peak. Yamunotri glacier, Sworgarohini peak and Kalanag peak are around Bahnderpunch peak and glacier.

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