Top 3 places for trekking in South this January 2017

Trekking is one heavenly experience which once lived has to be repeated every time. There are so many enchanting places to trek that one has never ending options to choose from. Trekking is an adventure and once succeeded, it gives you a taste of achievement.

There are several places to trek near Bangalore. One is spoilt with choices if they are planning to go for a trek this New Year. Here are some exciting options.

A walk down Toda Lane: This is a trekking session which starts from 28th January 2017 at 7 AM and ends on 29th January, 2017 at 4 PM. This event is organized by the Make It Happen group and people who register have to meet at Conoor, which is outside Bangalore. To book tickets, one needs to pay Rs 4700. This is a beautiful trek scenario in the lap of nature where you are taken to visit the Toda village in Conoor. It is said that this Toda tribe is the most ancient tribe in the Nilgiri area of Tamil Nadu state. They have their own language and also their customs and traditions are unique. Some say that they are the remnants of the Dravidian tribe while others believe that they are a tribe from Sumer or Israel who lost their way years ago, and settled here.  That is why; it is definitely a special and very different experience to visit their village.

A trip to the heavenly abode of Wayanad: Block your dates from 27th January 2017 to 29th January 2017 if you want to travel to Wayanad which is a land of natural beauty and serenity. This trek is organized by the Crazy Yatra, and to book, one needs to pay an amount of Rs 1950. Visiting this place is definitely a breath-taking experience and Wayanad is said to the most beautiful district in Kerala. If one is adventurous enough, they can trek to the top of Chembrea Peak through the dense forests and grasslands. The hill adorns this place and lush greeneries are soothing to the eyes.

Kopatty Coorg Trek: This event is organized by the Plan the Unplanned, and it starts from 27th January 10 AM till 29th January, 9 PM. One has to meet at Coorg once they are registered and to book your seats, you need to pay Rs 2999. This place is popularly known as the Scotland of India and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. If you are adventurous enough, then trekking to the hills of Deccan is definitely a heavenly pick for you. Kopatty, on the other hand, is a small town which is very serene.

Trek is a pure adrenaline rush, and these trekking expeditions are the best thing to experience. You need to carry some essential things like medicines, sun block creams, umbrellas, sippers, and energy bars along with you. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes as most part of the journey is either walking or climbing. So, go ahead and enjoy.

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