Dras is a town in the Kargil District of Jammu and Kashmir,India. Horizontal to several military incursions and crossfire of bullets, this is the second coldest habitable area in the world! It is often called ‘The Gateway to Ladakh‘.
Accommodation some of the best forests and rivers, Bastar is a small town in the Chattisgrah district. The danger level of this place is that it is frequented by naxals! The liberal forests are not manned enough and therefore they are perfect locations for revolutionary activity. Venture in the woods at your own risk!
3. Khardung La
The name is very identical with trekkers and adventure enthusiasts. Khardung La is the world’s highest motor able road! Located in Ladakh, the long revolving roads, extremely high altitude are not everyone’s piece of cake! The oxygen level in this place is tremendously less making it all the more risky!
4. Pamban Bridge
One of the most perilous sea bridges is the one that connects Rameshwaram to central India. It is 100 years old, allows ships to pass underneath (requires 12 people to physically draw levers to change the ascent), and the loquacious winds are known to grounds quite a stir!
5. Kailash Mansarovar Pilgrimage
visualize a trek that requires you to climb 18000 feet! The mount Kailash can be viewed in all its tranquility after you have taken the vertical climb to glory. If you are an amateur, this is not the place to be even thinking. Elevation sickness, nausea and blurred hallucination are just some of the issues you will come across if you do think to take this up!
6.Kishtwar Kailash Road
Take a drive up the mountains and man oeuvre 70 hairpin bends to take the ride of your life span. It is taxing and absolutely thrilling, but keep in mind that legend has it that there is a maiden who charms travelers with her looks and beauty and kills them. So much for the saying, “if looks could kill….:”
There is a strange lake full of skeletons in Uttarakhand by the name of RoopKundLake. Skeletons dating back to the 9th century have emerged from this lake and the Roop Kund trek that you have to clamber up to 16000 feet will land you at mystery’s wheel!