ISBN 9788129110442,Himachal: Driving Holidays In The Himalayas

Himachal: Driving Holidays In The Himalayas


Koko Singh


Rupa & Co



Rupa & Co

Publication Year 2007

ISBN 9788129110442

ISBN-10 812911044X


Number of Pages 322 Pages
Language (English)

Travel & holiday

Driving Holidays in the Himalayas is a series of books that endeavour to give the reader a glimpse of many exciting, exotic locales that can be easily accessed by road and hopes to provide enough insight to make your trip a comfortable and memorable one. Whereas this book explores Himachal, others in the series take you through Uttarakhand, Sikkim, Ladakh and Zanskar This guide book includes: Detailed itineraries with costs Driving maps for all sectors and a large state foldout map Recommendations for accommodation and food An expert's guide to trekking Discount coupons for meals at leading hotels and restaurants About the Author: Koko Singh Koko Singh, has travelled extensively through the Himalayas for over twenty-five years. Having opted out of the corporate mainstream, he has been volunteering as a consultant to an NGO (SRUTI), for over fifteen years now. This shift allowed him the time to indulge in his love for travel and this set of books is an effort to share the beauty and adventures of Himalayan travel. Reviews: "The breezy style of Driving Holidays in the Himalayas, encompassing potted histories, insights into culture and customs, not to mention suggestions of where to take picnic breaks en route, makes for an enjoyable read".--Economic Times "It's a must-buy for the driving enthusiast".--India Today Travel Plus "This is a new sort of travel guide (at least in Indian publishing) and it has been expertly written and produced".--Hindustan Times "This is a good navigator for your journey up the hills. It has a bit of history, bit of culture and of course, travel tips".--Indian Express "Sitting in your car, cursing the traffic. Sitting in front of the television in the evening, watching soaps. If that is what your life is all about, get hold of Driving Holidays in the Himalayas".--The New Sunday Indian Express