Visiting the places that have been seen already has never come with much fun. While exploring hidden gems of a country never fails to amaze the travellers. Nowadays, when working people’s lives have become all digital and technology-focussed, most of them prefer hippiedom and adventure. And, the best way to explore mountains, rivers, jungles, valleys, and offbeat trails is through camping. That’s why we have shortlisted some of the camping spots, so that you may push your adrenaline rush perfectly.
- Pangong Lake, Ladakh (Jammu & Kashmir)
Pangong Tso or Pangong Lake has become extremely famous because of the unmatchable beauty it proposes. Due to being located at an altitude of 4,350 meters, this place offers cold weather conditions, which are enjoyed by all in the season-time. Here’ you can literally camp near the glacial water lake that shares its water between China and India both.
- Laka Glaciar (Himachal Pradesh)
If you love camping and trekking, then you must have heard of Triund trek. Laka Glaciar is actually a point that is above Triund top (5kms away). The place brings allurement to you in its truest form along with the Rocky Mountains all around. You can actually plant yourself in Nature’s lap while camping at Laka Glaciar. If you intend to push yourself more, you can trek to Indrahar situated nearby.
- Har ki Dun (Uttarakhand)
This trek is preferred the most during summertime. This place is famous because of a mythological story related to Pandavas, that says that they ascended to heaven through this place. The beauty all around definitely justifies the story. This trek offers you an opportunity to back into the time while passing through Garhwal villages. Camping while trekking to Har ki Dun will prove to be a lifetime experience for you.
- Sarchu (Himachal Pradesh)
Have you ever been on the Manali-Leh highway? If yes, then the surreal views would have mesmerized you for sure. Also, you would have definitely chosen a stopover on the same route by the name Sarchu. This place exists between Baralacha La & Lachung Pass. While camping at Sarchu, you can actually be nowhere but feel full of life.