Harishchandragad is one of the most understated places to visit in India. The major attraction here is KokanKada cliff which is not just vertical, it is an overhang like a cobra's hood. It’s beyond description and one must see it to experience the nature's architecture.Find out more »
Did you ever thought of traveling to a land of peace and harmony? A place where almost everyone is happy, satisfied and warm to travelers. It’s not a dream. Welcome to Bhutan - Land of Thunder Dragon. See Bhutan like never before. DarkGreen Adventures (#DGA) invites you for the ultimate backpacking trip to Bhutan. Fees: Rs.22,000 (Ex-Bagdogra) Non-refundable advance: Rs.10,000 Remaining amount to be paid in cash during trip Expected Flight Expense from Mumbai to Bagdogra and back: Rs.14000 (flight…Find out more »
DarkGreen Adventure invites you for a thrilling one day trek to the Nakhind Ridge. Rising 2300 feet above sea level, Nakhind is a perfect adventure for trekkers wanting to take it to next level. Nakhind literally means a hollow area or a passing through rock. The trek begins with an easy hike up to a tiny village hidden in the mountains and from there, after we cross some beautiful paddy fields, the real climb begins. A steep ascent through beautiful…Find out more »
Trek to the karnala fort is an absolute beginner’s trek amidst the natural flora and fauna of the enclosed sanctuary. The relative ease of this trail also provides an excellent opportunity to introduce beginners to trekking and nature.Find out more »
Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary, known for its dense forests, is home to animals including black panthers, bisons, sloth bear, bonnet macaque, elephants, leopard cats, civets, porcupines and our national animal- tiger.Find out more »
Belum caves is the largest cave system open to the public on the Indian subcontinent. Known for stalactite and stalagmite formations, the Belum caves have long passages, galleries, spacious caverns with fresh water and siphonsFind out more »
Bundi is also known as the blue city of Eastern Rajasthan, located in a narrow valley within the Aravalli hills like a small oasis. It is mainly famous for its mansions, forts, paintings, step wells, and palaces.
Bundi was the capital of a major princely state during the heyday of the Rajputs. The region around Bundi was earlier occupied by the Mina and Bhil tribes and the area was named after a popular Mina Man named Bunda Meena. Initially, Bundi was known as "Bunda-Ka-Nal," nal meaning narrow passage between the rugged hills
The secret of Goa is finally revealed and it is not about the parties or beaches. Very few people know about this pious, refreshing waterfall flowing amidst the dense forests of South Goa.
Yes, it is perennial (flowing all year round).
Hampi, recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, will take you back in the ancient times by its magnificent architecture and the natural beauty around it. Apart from its fascinating history, this place is also known for its scenic landscapes dotted with coconut trees and paddy fields.Find out more »
Out there in the East Side of India lies a paradise, where clouds are dancing around the peaks, sky so clear that night constellations are easily visible, river keeps on chattering with the rocks and create a soundtrack, clear lake-beds and peaceful monasteries where you can attain spiritual solace. It's beautiful, it's enchanting, it's enigmatic, its Sikkim.Find out more »