Monday, 22 June 2015

Travel Tips from experience travelers and trekkers

What to carry is one of the biggest worry , while we prepare for trekking or adventure or any outing trip.

We have trekked in himalayas extensively be it India, Nepal or Bhutan, with over two decades of travel experience, our advice to fellow travelers is always travel smart, be sensible and keep a low profile. Don't flash money or jewelry around, and stay with your group or travel companion. Practice the “buddy system” and do not wander alone at night. Always pay attention to your surroundings. 

The 8 best Travel tips

#1 - Pack lightly, and only pack what you're willing to carry 

Check your packing list and follow it to the letter. Then, put half of everything away. You don't really need all that stuff, do you? 
We recommend traveling with one lightweight duffle and a backpack. Leave your big, bulky suitcases at home. Instead, carry a small lightweight backpack on your flight to Peru for day trips and hikes in the ancient sites, and a larger duffle as your checked luggage (not to exceed 55 lbs). If you a solo traveler and visiting a local crowded market, wear your backpack across your chest. It will keep your belongings safe from stray hands. Secure with a wire rope and lock when traveling by local trains, jitney's. 

#2 - Layer, Layer, Layer 
Layer clothing for warmth, hat and sunglasses (with good UV protection), pack of pens and journal or sketchbook; money belt with safety pins; zip-lock bags for liquids, a travel alarm and a flashlight are must for any travel across continents. Bring your digital pocket camera and charger. When photographing local people in traditional wear at tourist sites a gratuity is often expected. 

#3 - Book Reservations else keep them hotel numbers handy

When traveling independently and going to to any high traffic tourist areas, be sure to book your entrance tickets and transportation early. We often choose to travel in the "off season", which enables more access to the sites with less tourist activity. If you will be traveling in the high season, be advised that reservations are a must. If you are a budget traveler consider keeping number handy all the time. At the other end of the spectrum, luxury travelers might opt for the early booking to avoid last minute hassel.

#4 - Check Your Documents 
Passports should be renewed or obtained early. Your passport must be valid for (6) months from the date of travel. If it is about to expire you will not be granted entrance to Peru. Check the visa requirements for your destination. Make two copies of your travel documents including air and land itineraries and your passports, and leave one copy with friends or family at home, along with the telephone numbers for contacting you during travel. Keep a copy separate from your other documents. Carry your money, passport, and credit card with you in a money belt, inside your clothing, unless locked in a hotel safe. 
#5 - Don't exchange money in the street 

The streets have many eyes. Use good sense when transacting currency in public, and opt for a currency exchange office or bank whenever possible. Never carry a purse or wallet. For quick purchases, place a few small denomination bills in various pockets. Tuck $100 bill under the insole of your shoe as insurance against theft. Bring one or two credit or debit cards and know your PIN (use 4 digit codes for compatibility with Peru’s ATM’s). Test it before departure. Cash can be obtained at banks worldwide. Be forewarned that some ATM’s have been known to dispense counterfeit bills. Check your currency carefully. Go inside a bank or Currency Exchange office to make a transaction. 

#6 - Consume lot of water

Commercial bottled drinking water is available nearly everywhere. Drink plenty of bottled water when traveling to high altitudes. NEVER drink tap water or use ice cubes made from tap water, as they contain harmful bacteria. 

#7 - Communications 

In order to stay in touch with friends and family back home, internet cafes are the best answer. They abound in all major cities and tourist areas, and charge from $2+ per hour. Some offer wireless for those bringing a laptop. Consider buying a prepaid telephone calling card with service. If you are bringing your cellular telephone, contact your carrier for international rates and service areas. 

#8 - Travel Smart 

Unforeseen circumstances may require that you alter your trip plans. Consider purchasing a trip cancellation policy to cover any non-refundable land and air tickets, including land and air evacuations, and medical costs due to personal or family illnesses. We encourage the purchase of Travelers Insurance policy to provide coverage for unexpected medical expenses, travel cancellation, and travel related emergencies while on a trip. 
Last and best advice is simply to enjoy yourself and keep an open mind. Have a wonderful adventure because in reality it's already begun. 
let us know if you need more information drop a note to us on we will be happy to help you.

Happy Travelling

Monday, 8 June 2015

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This summer every one wants to go out and chill out with family and friends.

If you are adventure loving, want to try something different and fond of mountains.
then this season Ladakh is a perfect place to visit.
It is not only because of Mountains but also because of awesome weather, nature , wildlife and culture.

Ladakh is a superb place , mostly liked by bike riders, Himalayan CRUZERS ,Adventure sports loving people.

I remember , last year 2014 in the month of August . I was coming back to Jammu from Srinagar. On the way, in between Batote and Patnitop we crossed some RIDERS who were moving towards Srinagar. I talked to them and i found that they had planned a CIRCULAR BIKING TRIP with a map of
chandigarh to jammu, jammu to srinagar, srinagar to leh, leh to manali and finally manali to chandigarh back.

That day , i realized that LADAKH has its own craze for biking and adventure sports. I felt like i also should go and see that valley.

This year i make up my mind. I packed my Bags and ready to CRUZE...


Pardeep Singh Bali

Monday, 25 May 2015

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If you are planning about doing trekking in some Peaks of INDIAN HIMALAYAN RANGES.
THEN in this season LADAKH is the best place to chose for Trekking.

The best time to go for



Just Pack your bags, take some safety equipments and CONTACT TREKASUR
 one of the leading ladakh trekking trip organizers in INDIA.

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

Trekking in Ladakh :: ladakh trekking :: ladakh trip organizers

Jammu & Kashmir that mothers the provinces of Ladakh and Zanskar ranges, laminated with towering brown and purple mountains; perfectly calls for the most agitating and thrilling trekking opportunities. 
Trekking in Ladakh is one of the most challenging experience to be shared amidst the hard terrains and steeping valleys. One of the most secluded, lush and coldest regions of J&K, Ladakh is filled with so many natural wonders and exciting things to be explored. 
With Srinagar, in the neighboring Kashmir valley that cradles rich green valley; along with the remote Kishtwar region which appears as a sea of marigolds; the Nubra Valley is speckled with purple heather, and all these, in their resplendent beauty brings Ladakh the historic and most appealing touring routes.  
This high altitude desert region is being wide spread at an altitude of 3000 m overlooking explicit monasteries all around with prayer wheels fluttering in the breeze. Above all the most appealing magnetic hill at Leh has much affinity for the trekkers. Pangong, Zanskar and Karakoram ranges ardently bring the most stipulated views for the hard as well easy trekkers.  
Although Ladakh destination is being known for the tougher and challenging zones but it is equally pleasant for the leisure beings as well for the easy trekkers. We are pleased to bring the most exciting trekking routes for the adventurous Ladakh tours that are being shaped in different trekking options right from the easy, moderate and hard treks.
Please feel free to send us a message through CHAT. Email inquiries at  and to talk to our Travel Experts call +91 9916136465  for Customized Trips to know the most active and most comfortable zones for Ladakh trekking tour and extract the maximum fun with it to enjoy your trekking expedition at the deserted yet majestic regions of Ladakh. 
Here are the most popular and best trekking options for you to carry the most appealing trekking inLadakh. Put your fingers there and we will make your thrilling dreams into reality with many pleasing assistance.  

Monday, 18 May 2015

trekking in ladakh

Ladakh in a nice place to visit for trekking and adventure loving.
there are a lot of places to visit in ladakh.
ladakh zanskar trek is awesome.
 some glimpses of little tibet you can feel there.

once you reach in the valley only one word can come out of your mouth ladakh LADAKH  ladakh and only Ladakh.

This is the absolutely right time to visit in leh ladakh trip. 
just pack your bags, get your trekking equipments ready. and start biking in ladakh.

For RIDERS who wana experience some thing different can follow the route of 
jammu to srinagar and srinagar to kargil and then kargil to LEH - LADAKH.

then from leh to manali and end your tour at chandigarh.

by this way you will make one CIRCLE of your trip .

------------->> happy trekking ------------->> happy riding--------->> TREKASUR.COM-----

Friday, 15 May 2015

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Trek to Leh via Lahul-Spiti Jul2006

Hi all,

Finally we were team of 10 trek enthusiast who dared to trek on the high altitude of thin air.
I, Sayak and Tony, we three were from Microsoft and seven of our other team members were from different software company in Bangalore & Delhi.
I build my entire team for this trek through MS- Adventure club and BMC (Bangalore Mountaineering Club). Apart form Tony ( my gym pal) I did not know any one of my team members prior to six months.
Everything was going on the net and emails, right from collecting information about best route for trek in that range, searching and hiring guide, bookings of tickets, hotels, vehicles etc, communication with all team members, till we met just 15 days before the departure. It took me around 5 months to plan everything and prepare a confident team. A team to trek for 8 to 12 hours a day that too in tough cold terrain for 5 days in bad weather and less oxygen, with limited food, water , medicine supply and zero medical or emergency facilities.
We all started as planed on the same route (attached itinerary, trek map), on 27th July and our journey ended on 8th August, for some of us who did not fly back from Leh to Delhi it ended on 10th August.
We completed our trek of 5 days from Batal to Baralacha as plan even with bad weather. It was a true adventure trek, everyday there was new challenging experience.
An unforgettable journey, a memory which will last forever. I am writing a detailed blog, it’s taking bit time;

Free feel to ask for assistance, if you are planning trek in that region.
Thanks and Regards
Raj /
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