A serendipitous road trip to the Himalayas!

Mountains are calling.
This Road Trip is your answer.

Cities Covered

Pune – Mumbai – Delhi

We begin our long journey to the mountains from 3 major cities.


First, take a walk around the holy and serene Harminder Sahib (Golden Temple), immersing yourself in a pool of calmness. The Punjabi hospitality shall set you up for the long journey ahead.


You then enter the heart-warming Himachal through Dalhousie. Revel in the hill-station’s beauty and let the cold breeze blow over you, welcoming you to the mountains.


Take a stroll through the Mini Switzerland of India. Khajjiar, a gorgeous hill station housing a lake, open greens, and dense forests, plays host to us before we enter the Kangra district.

Dharamshala – McLeodGanj

Nestled in the shadow of the Dhauladhar ranges are the towns of Dharamshala and Mcleodganj. Feel the mystic air of Buddhism descend upon you even as you walk through the busy markets.


We then enter the perfect holiday destination in the mountains, Manali. As you travel from the old town to the new, you’ll see how life unfolds in the mountains. This is where Kullu bids you a hearty farewell into the unbelievable Spiti.

Spiti Valley

The inviting and frigid Spiti Valley then welcomes you. As you look out of the window, you’ll see serenity and mountains spread across as far as the eyes can see. This is unlike anything you’d have ever seen before.

Parvati Valley

The calm Parvati Valley waits for you with open arms. Walk through the lovely landscapes of Kullu, amidst throngs of other tourists exploring the unbelievable wonder that’s Parvati.


Our time in the mountain comes to an end with a halt in the apple of everyone’s eye – Shimla. As you explore this town in the Himalayan foothills, you’ll see nature’s serenity meeting the modern world.

Delhi – Mumbai – Pune

We conclude our journey as we visit the both the rustic and the exuberant capitals of India, with our final stop in the Oxford of the East.

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Why should you go on this road trip?


A road trip to the mountains is must

Forget the cliches. When the mountains call you on a road trip, there’s only one possible answer.


You Have to see this to believe it

While photos from all these places look so mesmerizing, nothing quite compares to heading out there and immersing into these sights through your own two eyes.


The hospitality of the mountains

Since not all of us can stay in the mountains forever, you should go, stay there, and bring back some mountain memories to last you the year.


A culinary delight

Devour a bowl of warm maggi, a plate of Rajma Chawal, or sip on a cup of hot tea, with the mountains in the background. Nothing beats how this feels!


The #Tripanians experience

A road trip this epic needs meticulous planning, strong will, warm clothes, and amazing company. We’ve got it all covered for you.

Route map

What Our Fellow Tripanians Have to Say

In 2016, I did the Pune to Kanyakumari road trip with Tripanians. From conceptualization and planning to execution, these folks knew exactly what they were doing.
The best thing about traveling with them was that even when hiccups were encountered on the trip due to unforeseen circumstances, they swiftly and calming resolved them.
I’d recommend Tripanians as a travel partner and would love to join them on their future trips!

– Manjari Upmanyu

In the first week of July, we planned for a 2N3D trip to Udupi,Karnataka (from Pune). Everything about the trip was spot on! Be it the accommodation, travel timings or budget. We left from Pune at 4am and checked in to Udupi by 3pm. A visit to some of the best waterfalls in that region were also included in this trip – Kunchikal Falls, Hidlumane Falls, Dabbe Falls, Jog Falls, Shivaganga Falls. Kudos to the team as they knew exactly how to extract the most of the time in hand.

-Rahul Basak

Tripanians. Both of these trips have been Fun, Adventurous and really well planned. I had not done any road trips before I met these guys and my first experience has been fantastic. I recommend Tripanians to people who share the love for the road as much as these guys do.

– Mayank Saran