The heavy snowfall this year all around Himalayas have left people stunned with the beautiful views. Here is 6 pictures from my latest visit to the valley known for its hippie ambience and larger than life image. Indeed nothing like PARVATI VALLEY!
The villages in Parvati Valley are sleepy enough and known for its laid and chilled back lifestyle. With such heavy snowfall , people and life have come to a halt with most residents inside their home. Gives out a feel of abondoned village!
Due to heavy snowfall roads are often closed , but it's a opportunity to walk on endless snow and ice. Seems to be a frame from any dreamlike movie. Just imagine yourself in this frame! Got interested enough? Pack your backpacks for the adventure!
One of the most sought after destination in the valley is Tosh village nestled in the laps of nature and mountains. Here easily one can see how it looks like now totally under snow. Reaching it is only possible by foot but its a lifetime adventure!
The pine trees all covered under snow and curves like serpent makes up for a road trip worth to remember. Every corner and turn is scenic and I couldn't stop clicking pictures. What are you waiting for Go Now! For any information, you can always ping!
The tiny houses of Tosh has basic food and living conditions for now. So if you are a luxury freak or family tourist , I will not encourage you to go. For people seeking things out of ordinary and super special this is the right time indeed.
The sun is often missing due to snowfall, however on a day it really comes out, you are in for a treat! So to enjoy this dream like pictures for real, plan up and consult me through www.deepjyotibiswas.com
Note from the Author
" Travel made me rich and free. Magic and miracles are true , once you wander on the roads to places different and divine. Sharing with you all, those memories and stories , and wishing you all , that someday you guys travel far and wide too. I am not a great writer , so ignore my grammar and spellings, read it with feelings, and you might just be affected with the wanderlust to hit the road"