Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Beas Kund Trek

Nisarga Bhraman has organized a trek to Beas Kund near Manali on 21st April 2015.

A place of historical significance, Beas Kund is one of the most beautiful places in the Dhauladhar range of the mighty Himalayas. Besides being regarded as sacred, Beas Kund is where the river Beas originates from and offer spectacular views of the nearby located Shitidhar, Ladakhi, Friendship and Hanuman Tibba peaks. One of the most alluring treks in the Kullu region, the trail offers panoramic views of the Pir Pangal range as well, and follows the banks of the river Beas. This is one of the most popular short treks through the Solang valley and takes you through an expanse of picturesque mountain landscapes. Beas Kund area might be full of snow at the time of this trek. This trek is enjoyable and easy going trek, suitable for people for all age groups with no prior trekking experience required to join in.





Age Group: 16 Years and above.


Group Size: 30 Trekkers only

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Lakeside Camping at Salter, Lonavala on 31st January 2015

Nisarga Bhraman invites you to Car/ Bike ride & camping near Lonavala on 31st January & 1February 2015.

Place: Saltar Lake (Ambay Valley)
Ride: ~ 200 km
Meeting Point: Lonavala @ 2:00 pm near Kumar resort




Around 50 km drive from Lonavala will take us to the camp site, we will pitch up the tents on the bank, followed by cleaning activity and introduction. Campfire and barbeque will add to the flavor of star gazing.
Next day post breakfast we will start our journey back to town.

Friday, January 2, 2015

Wildlife trip to Kanha National Park in April 2015

Nisarga Bhraman brings you a Wildlife trip to fabulous Kanha in the month of April 2015. 

Utilize the holiday of Mahavir Jayanti and Good Friday and join us for fabulous Kanha to get a memorable wildlife experience.

Duration: 3 Days & 2 Nights
Dates: 2nd April to 4th April 2015



Photographer - Sameer Patel
About Kanha - 

The Kanha National Park, situated in the eastern sector of the central Indian Highlands, ranges over an area of 940 sq km in the Mailkal chain of hills. Kanha Tiger reserve consists of the National Park which forms the Core Zone and a Buffer zone around the core bringing the total area up to 1945 sq. km.


Friday, December 12, 2014

Trip to the Gavilgad, Narnala & Melghat on 21 Feb 2015

Nisarga Bhraman has arranged a trip to visit Gavilgad, Narnala Fort and Melghat Tiger Reserve in Amravati District of maharashtra on 21st and 22nd February 2015.

Gavilgad Fort: It is located near Chikhaldara hill station in Amravati district, Maharashtra. Gavlis, who were rulers of the shepherd community in the 12th /13th century built the fort. Then came on the hands of Gond community till the time they were defeated by the Mughals. The fort is at present under the Melghat Tiger Project.

Some beautifully carved idols, which is believed to carve during the period of the Nizams, when Elichpur was their capital are worth to see. Elephants, bulls, tigers, lions and Hindi, Urdu and Arabic scripts comprise the carvings on the walls of the fort. Idols of Lord Hanuman and Lord Shankar are also seen in the fort. 10 cannons made of iron; copper and brass are also there inside the fort.


Narnala Fort: Narnala Fort; also known as Shanur Fort is located in Akola district in Maharashtra. The fort is still in a good condition and is located amidst forest. 

It consists of three small forts: Zafarabad (or Jafarabad) fort on the east, Narnala in the centre and Teliagarh to the west. The lake within the centre of the complex is said to possess healing properties.