Sacred forests of Mawphlang

Monoliths in Meghalaya Mawphlang is about 25km from Shillong. This village in the East Khasi Hills of Meghalaya draws its name from nearby monolith. The word maw means “stone” and maw phlang means “grassy stone”. Sacred forests of Mawphlang The sacred forest in Mawphlang is full of medicinal plants and old trees. No one is allowed to take anything from the forest as it may upset Labasa the forest deity.

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Trek to Glow Lake

Arunachal Pradesh is a paradise for those who love to travel, for adventure enthusiasts and especially for cyclists. You hardly come across people or see any vehicles as you navigate through the roads that connect some of the most beautiful and remote villages in the easternmost part of India. In Arunachal Pradesh, almost everywhere you stop is an ideal place to set up a campsite and have a peaceful time. It is that beautiful!

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Preparing for a Cycling Tour

The key to preparing for a long distance cycling tour is being consistent. There is no need to ride 60 km every day. Even 20 minutes on the saddle is helpful. If you train for about 3-4 months you will be in great shape. Try to train by time rather than mileage. Start with a target of 5-6 hours a week and build from there. Ride a good number of hours every week up until the event.

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Rainbow Falls – Nongriat Meghalaya

About 6km walk from where the road ends at Lumsophie, Nongriat Meghalaya is this beautiful waterfall. On the way there are living root bridges. The best way to actually soak in this beautiful place is to spend a couple of days at Serene homestay by the double decker Root bridge. This gives us some time to explore the many clear water pools and water falls in the area. The network of pathways here connects about 150 families.

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Glimpses from our cycle tours