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Kipling’s Trail – A Journey Through Central India Forests


Climate in India varies greatly, from the arid deserts of Rajasthan to the cool highlands of Assam, allegedly the wettest place on earth. But basically India has a three-season year – the hot, the wet and the cool. The heat starts to build up on the northern plains around February and by April it becomes quite hot. The first signs of the monsoon appear in May, with high humidity, short rainstorms and violent electrical storms. The monsoon rains begin around June in the extreme south and sweep north to cover the whole country by early July. The main monsoon comes from the southwest, but the southeastern coast is affected by the short and surprisingly wet northeastern monsoon, which brings rain from mid-October to the end of December. The main monsoon ends around October, and India’s northern cities become crisp at night in December. In the far south, where it never gets cool, the temperatures are comfortably warm rather than hot.



The trail follows a winding serpentine path with the Himalayan foothills on one side and spectacular views of the Dehradun valley on the other side.

The path first takes one through a steep jungle trail followed by small villages exhibiting remnants of the colonial era. The path thus appeals to nature-lovers as well as those interested in history and heritage.


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from INR140,000.00

    INR140,000.00 For Foreign Nationals: @ USD 2100/- per pax INR140,000.00 Per Standard
    INR160,000.00 For Foreign Nationals: @ USD 2350/- per pax INR160,000.00 Per Deluxe
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