Bastar is a tribal region in Chhattisgarh, blessed with an exceptional scenic beauty that beckons the lovers of nature to explore the forests, waterfalls, wildlife, ancient temples, tribal dances and music. Located at a distance of 264 km from Raipur, Bastar is one of the most significant eco-friendly destinations of the country. It has plenty to offer to its visitors with its valuable tribal art and culture that lie in and around the lush green city of Jagdalpur. One can choose from National Parks, waterfalls, natural caves, palaces, museums and places of religious significance.

Facilities Available : Transportation / Hotels & Homestays / Sightseeing







Raipur is the nearest (300kms) airport well connected to Mumbai, Delhi, Nagpur, Bhubaneswar, Kolkata, Ranchi, Vishakhapatnam and Chennai.


Raipur is the nearest railway station conveniently linked with Delhi and Nagpur. Bus services are available from Raipur for all places of tourist in the circuit.


Road is the earliest way to get to Jagdalpur – district headquarters of Bastar. A convenient way to travel in Bastar is by arranging your own vehicles or hiring a taxi.


Char Dham Yatra


Nestled among the serene heights of the great Himalayas, are four pilgrim-destinations namely Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath, collectively known as Chardham in Uttarakhand. Attracting more and more pilgrims each year, it has become one of the most important hubs of religious travel in Northern India. Traditionally, this pilgrimage tour should begin from the West and end in the East. Thus, the Char Dham Yatra commences from Yamunotri, then proceeding to Gangotri and finally to Kedarnath and Badrinath.

Access to the pilgrimage is either from Haridwar, or Rishikesh, or from Dehradun. The tradition is to visit the sites in the following order:

🙏Yamunotri, the source of the Yamuna River and the head of the goddess Yamuna.
🙏Gangotri, the source of the Ganges (River Ganga) and head of the goddess Ganga.
🙏Kedarnath, where a form of the Hindu god Shiva is venerated as one of the twelve jyotirling.
🙏Badrinath, the seat of the Hindu god Vishnu in his aspect of Badrinarayan.

Here are the opening and closing dates of Char Dham Yatra:
Gangotri Temple: 7-May-2019 to 29-October-2019.
Yamunotri Temple: 7-May-2019 to 27-October-2019.
Kedarnath Temple: 9-May-2019 to 29-October-2019.
Badrinath Temple: 9-May-2019 to 29-October-2019.

 we curate Char dham packages for families/groups /couples and for senior citizens .

 For details call us at 7892750993 or email us at






Explore Uttarakhand (Garhwal )

Tungnath Temple ~ One of the highest Shiva temples in the world and is the highest of the five Panch Kedar temples located in the mountain range of Tunganath in Rudraprayag district, in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. The Tunganath (literal meaning: Lord of the peaks) mountains form the Mandakini and Alaknanda river valleys. It is located at an altitude of 3,680 m (12,073 ft), and just below the peak of Chandrashila. The temple is believed to be 5000 years old and is the third (Tritiya Kedar) in the pecking order of the Panch Kedars. It has a rich legend linked to the Pandavas, heroes of the Mahabharata epic.Tungnath is also a well known trekking destination. The 4 km (2.5 mi) trek starts from Chopta .Trek is a moderate (and sometimes steep) climb (9,600–11,350 ft (2,926–3,459 m)), the trek path is stone paved with benches provided en route at intervals to rest and enjoy the beautiful views of the Chowkhamba, Nanda Devi, Neelkanth and Kedarnath peaks.

Location Covered : Rishikesh-Chopta-Tungnath temple-Deoriyatal
Nature of Trip : Trekking,Rafting,Sightseeing
Best time to visit : Summers/Winters
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Backpacking  Ladakh 

Ladakh which means "The Land of high passes"is a region in the state of Jammu and kashmir  of Northern India between  the Karakoram  mountain ranges to the North and Himalayas to the south.Ladakh is a dream destination for many.It is one of the coldest deserts in the world.Leh is a backpacker's  haven with numerous  trekking trails,valleys ,pictureque lakes,monks and monasteries.

Backpacking Ladakh trip 

Best Months to Visit : May,June.July,September in Summers
Duration : 6 Nights 7 days
Nature of the trips available  : Sightseeing,Cultural trip and Trekkings


MAIN ATTRACTIONS: TURTUK VILLAGE....Explore Balti culture ....!!!

HIGHLIGHTS of the Trip : Hall of fame/Magnetic Hill/Confluence of Indus & Zanskar/Alchi/Nubra Valley/Khardungla/Changla pass/Turtuk/Pangong Lake/Shey/Thiksey/Shanti Stupa/Leh market/Gurudwara pathar Sahib/Sand dunes of Hunder....and many more...!!!

1) Airport pickup and drop
2) Accommodations ( Hotels and Camps)
3) Double Occupancy
4) Breakfast and Dinner
5) Sightseeing
7)wildlife fee
8) Transportation
9) Oxygen Cylinder
1)Airfare tickets
2)Any monument entry tickets
3)Camel Rides
4)Personal expenses.
For Air bookings we are there to Assist you....!!!
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🚐....Chale Ladakh....!!!





Exotic Andaman Islands

Exotic Andaman Islands ,one of the most popular destinations for beach lovers and for water activities. Situated in the Bay of Bengal ,the islands experiences a tropical climate and heavy winds during monsoon..Best time to Visit Amazing Andaman is during summers ( March till mid -May)/ Winters ( Dec till February). Monsoons are generally not recommended.
Early November till Mid May is the peak season and best weather and best diving conditions in Andaman. 
Red Wings Trails offers tour packages :
1) Honeymoon packages
2) Adventure packages
3)Group packages
4) Friends and family packages
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Serene Sikkim


Sikkim is a north-eastern state of India that borders the Tibet Autonomous Region of China to the north and northeast, Bhutan in the east, Nepal in the west and West Bengal to the south. Sikkim's capital and largest city is Gangtok and is situated at a height of over 5000 ft. above sea level.

Nestled in the foothills of the Eastern Himalaya, Sikkim is notable for its biodiversity, lush green valleys, sparkling streams, snow-capped mountains, monasteries, hospitable and humble people and Tibetan cuisine, among many other aspects. The state is also a host to Kanchenjunga (Highest peak in India and the 3rd highest on Earth).

The whole of Sikkim is divided into 4 zones - North, East, South and West, all offering amazing and enchanting places to visit. North Sikkim covers Yumthang the beautiful flower valley, Zero Point and the largest high altitude lake Gurudongmar. East Sikkim has great attractions such as Tsomgo Lake, Baba Mandir, Nathula Pass, etc. South Sikkim has the religious and cultural tourism center - Namchi as well as wonderful places like Ravangle and Borong. West Sikkim is home to wonderful tourist places like Pelling, Yuksum, Kaluk and many more.

In the past few years, the state has become one of the most sought-after tourist destinations for offering a mystical world of friendly people, exotic flora and fauna, treks through tall pine forests and picturesque valleys.

Sikkim is one of the few states in India to receive regular snowfall. The winter season usually lasts from October till March and the temperature ranges from 8 degrees Celsius to as low as -5 degrees Celsius. The roads and mountains can be seen fully wrapped and covered in snow and is a delightful sight to behold.

Make sure to pack and carry enough warm clothes if you are visiting Sikkim in winter as the temperature may fall quite low and therefore can become quite chilly.


Best Month to visit :

Month: Summers /Winters

Nature of Trip: Sightseeing and photography.

Location covered: Gangtok/ Tsomgo Lake/ Baba mandir/ Lachen/ Latching/ Gurudongmar Lake/ Yumthang Valley/ Pelling.

Category: Standard /Deluxe/Luxurious 

Inclusions: Transportation/ Accommodation/ Meals/ Sightseeing/ Inner line and other permits/ Airport transfers.

Not included: Any airfares, personal expenses.



Valley of Flowers, Hemkund Sahib, Badrinath

Witness one of the most splendid settings of nature, right in the Valley of Flowers, wherein on one side one can catch the beauty of many different colourful and shades of flowers bloom and on the other side snow-clad mountains and meadows, in between the two, the Pushpawati river flows gently through them.


Located in West Himalaya in the state of Uttarakhand in India, the Valley of Flowers is known to renowned mountaineers, botanists, trekkers. It is known for its meadows of alpine flowers and the variety of flora.

The best time to visit and do the trek to Valley of Flowers is anywhere from the late June, July, and August, when the valley is full of flowers and greenery, right after the outbreak of the monsoon season in India.

Places that will be covered are - Delhi -  Haridwar - Rishikesh - Rudraprayag - Joshimath - Govindghat - Ghangariya - Valley of Flower - Hemkund sahib - Badrinath (depends on weather) -Delhi.


  1. Accommodation will be provided on twin sharing basis in a neat and clean hotel at Rishikesh, Joshimath, and Ghangariya.
  1. Meal provided will include  Breakfast and Dinner (veg). Lunch (packed lunch) will be provided during trekking to Valley of Flowers and to Hemkund Sahib only.
  1. Transportation will be provided from Delhi to Delhi (AC vehicle Tempo Traveller for a group of 10 people). In some places, local transportation will be used which will be reserved for the Redwings Trails team.
  1. Services of trained and experienced Trek / Tour guide and their fees are inclusive of the cost.

However, the cost mentioned does not include:-

  1. Lunch apart from the ones mentioned above i.e. except for the trek to Valley of Flowers and Hemkund Sahid, Lunch has to be borne by the member themselves.
  1. Any kind of insurance.
  1. Item of personal nature and use such as medicines, Mineral water bottle, Porter charges, Tips, Non-veg meal, etc or the item not mentioned in the inclusion.
  1. Travel arrangement to Delhi and out of Delhi.


Day 01 -  Arrival at Delhi Airport, pick up and boarding the vehicle for departure to Rishikesh, night halt at Rishikesh.

Day 02 -  Departure for  Joshimath, breakfast, and lunch en route. Arrival at Joshimath by evening and night halt.

Day 03 -  Proceed to Govindghat after breakfast. Registration of members and boarding of the local jeep to Poolna. Trek of 16 km to Ghangariya for night stay.

Day 04 -  Trek to Valley of flower ( 5km trek ). Back to Ghangariya for night halt.

Day 05 - Trek to Hemkund Sahib and trek back down to Ghangariya for night stay.

Day 06  - Departure in the morning for Govindghat, arrival, and board vehicle for Badrinath ( depends on external circumstances like road condition/weather) and back to Joshimath for night stay.

Day 07 - Departure for Rishikesh, Breakfast, and Lunch on en route. Arrival at Rishikesh by evening and night stay.

Day 08 - Leave for Delhi, arrival.

Note -

  1. Trekkers/ members to carry a copy of their government issued photo id for entry at forest check posts en route trek.
  1. No objection Form has to be compulsorily filled and signed by the members/ trekkers.

For more information on this trek and on registration and payment, kindly contact Redwings Trails as provided in the contact us page.

The Great Lakes Of Kashmir

The Great Lakes Trek commercially known as Sonamarg-Vishansar-Naranag Trek is an alpine himalayan high-altitude trek in Kashmir Valley in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.Kashmir Great Lakes Trek is one of the most beautiful treks in India. This trek is located above Sonamarg (or Sonmarg), which lies on the Srinagar-Leh highway just before the Zozila Pass.The true beauty of Kashmir lies in the hidden valleys that are not accessible by road.Many of the lakes on this trek are named after gods from Hindu mythology and come with interesting stories about the origin and existence. The most spectacular lakes on this trek are Gangabal, Vishansar, Krishnasar and Gadsar.The trek is set in an almost heavenly arena of high mountain vistas, endless pasturelands and of course, the great lakes.

Brief Itinerary :

Day 1 : Early morning start from Srinagar next day. Drive from Srinagar to Naranag (2275 m) which would be a 2 hour drive from Srinagar. We visit the Ancient temple Ruins at Naranag/ Wangath and invoke the blessings of Lord Shiva. And this will the point of starting of the Trek and we will trek to the Trunkhol Meadows (3400m) through the pristine Forests of Bhuteshwar. (6 Hour Hike). Over night stay in Camps at Trunkhol.


Day 2 : Trek to Nundkol Lake (3510m) and Gangabal Lake (3572m) via Koulsar Lake ( 3730m) which lie at the base of the sacred Harmukh Peak, which is one of the highest Peaks of the Kashmir Valley. (4 Hour Hike). Overnight Camping at Nundkol Lake.

Day 3  : Trek to Doobta Pani Meadow (3700m) through the Zajibal Pass (4000m) (6 hours Hike). Overnight Camping at Doobta Pani Meadows


Day 4 : Trek to the Gadsar Camping Site (3586m) via Satsar Lakes (Satsar Lakes are a set of 3 Small Alpine Lakes at 3764m). (6 hours Hike). Overnight Camping at Gadsar Valley.

Day 5 : Trek to Vishansar Lake (3683m) / Krishansar Lakes (3844m) via the Gadsar Lakes ( 3586m)) and the Gadsar Pass which at 4100 m is the highest point of the Trek (6 Hour Hike). Overnight Camping at Vishansar Lake.

Day 6 : Trek to Nichnai (3475m) via the Nichnai Pass (4100m). On the way we visit 2 unnamed Lakes. (5 Hours Hike). Overnight Camping at Nichnai.

Day 7 : Trek to Sonamarg through the  Shokdari Birch Forest and Table Top Meadow (5 hours Hike). Drive back to Srinagar from Sonamarg (3 hours).


Other Trek Details

Difficulty Level : Moderate

Season : July to October

Lowest Point : 2275 m

Highest Point : 4284 m

Distance : 62 kms

All Our Treks are led by local Kashmiris, all Qualified Professionals who have been Trekking in the Mountains since they were kids. Our Kashmir Trek Manager has done the Basic and Advance Mountaineering Courses as well as the prestigious Mountain Search and Rescue Course. And we dont follow the Fixed Camp format as used by bigger Trekking outfits. We do it the basic way. Camp in the evening. Decamp in the morning.


Our Schedule for the 2019 Season (Note : Our minimum size is 8 pax and the maximum is 20 pax)

Batch 1 : July 7th to 13th

Batch 2 : July 21st to 27th

Batch 3 : August 1st to 7th

Batch 4 : August 14th to 20th

Batch 5 : August 23rd to 29th

Batch 6 : September 1st to 7th

Batch 7 : September 10th to 16th

Batch 8 : September 20th to 26th

Cost Includes :  Trekking Charges for 7 days including Meals / Tent Charges / Guide Charges / Pony charges / Trek Permit / Transport charges (Srinagar to Naranag and Return from Sonamarg)

Cost does not include : Any expenses of a personal nature. / Personal Trekking Gear / Hiring of Pony by an individual for the Trek (Additional charges would be added for the same – Rs.1000/day) / Any Medical Expenses

For details contact Red wings Trails at 7892750993 or email us at



Mayong  or Mayang, also known as the Land of Black Magic is a village in Morigaon districtAssamIndia. It lies on the bank of the river Brahmaputra, approximately 40 km (25 mi) from the city of Guwahati. Once considered the cradle of black magic in India, Mayong is a tourist attraction because of its history.Mayong is a tourist and archaeological location because of its rich wildlife, archaeology pilgrimage, eco-tourismadventure tourismcultural tourism and river tourism. There are numerous archaeological relics and artefacts, including books on black magic and Ayurveda at the Mayong Central Museum and Emporium, which was opened in 2002,Very close to Mayong is the Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary. This Sanctuary has the highest density of one horned rhinoceros in the world.Mayong, a cluster of villages set on the banks of the River Bramhaputra in Assam “The Land of Black Magic,” is untouched, secluded village and is one of the oddest magical backstories on the planet.

 In Mayong one can visit an awesome village, an unexplored destination name "Sonoka village". Its a village in Mayong which is untouched. only communication to this village is trekking half an hour though hills or take a boatto reach here. This village has lot more to say as its is full of mysterious caves and magic for which Mayang is famous for.. with the sandy beach of the great Brahmaputra in view with  blues hills of Burha Mayang. It is a wonderful place for trekking and hiking and is a great place for the beginners. A great place to relax your holidays in huts...and an explore the wild life at Pobitora which is mainly famous for its great Indian One-horned rhinoceros. Besides rhinoceros, the other animals are leopard, wild boar, Barking deer, wild buffalo etc. Assam's Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary is also home to more than 2000 migratory birds and various reptiles and Bird Area.

Best time to visit Mayong : The ideal time to visit the place is from November to March since the weather remains pleasant during this time.


Welcome to Arunachal Pradesh,a beautiful North easterly Indian state located in India with Itanagar being its State Capital. Arunachal provides a host of tourist attractions with rivers,valleys,gompas and temples.The state offers scope for angling,boating,rafting,trekking and hiking.Also  there are number of wild life sanctuaries and National  parks.A home to 26 indigenous  tribes Arunachal is perhaps  the last sanctuary for  India's  natural and  anthropological heritage.

Best time to visit : 

summers ( May to June)

winters )October to February)

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Meghalaya a beautiful State in northeast India. The name means "the abode of clouds" in Sanskrit. Meghalaya is compared to Scotland for its highlands, fog and scenery. Meghalaya has some of the thickest primary forests in the country and therefore constitutes one of the most important ecotourism circuits in India. The Meghalayan subtropical forests support a vast variety of flora and fauna. Meghalaya also offers many adventure tourism opportunities in the form of mountaineering, rock climbing, trekking and hiking.Waterfalls and rivers.Sacred groves,Lakes,Caves,living root bridges are some of the popular tourist attractions out there including traditional cuisines

Customised trip packages are available.

Our packages includes - Transportation ,Stay,Sightseeing...!!!


Best Time to Visit :

Meghalaya is an all-year-round tourist destination, where even the monsoon provides the exhilaration and experience of being on the wettest place on the planet.


In summer, ranges from 15°C to 25°C; in winter, it is much colder, with temperature ranging between 4°C and 16°C. The hills are also often covered by fog during this season.

How to reach Meghalaya

Meghalaya literally means the abode of clouds. The name has been given due to the fact that this place receives heavy rainfall most of the year. Meghalaya is known for its scenic beauty, tranquility, lush greenery, waterfalls, etc. One of the villages in Meghalaya (Mawsynram) is indeed the wettest place on the Earth. When planning a trip to meghalaya do consider these best options available. Learn about how to reach Meghalaya by flight, road, and train. 

By Train :

If you are planning to travel to Meghalaya by train, the nearest railway station from Meghalaya is located in Guwahati (Assam). It lies at a distance of 180 km. Guwahati Junction is connected to New Delhi, Amritsar, Jammu and Kashmir and Bangalore. 

By Air :

Major airport from Meghalaya is located in Guwahati (Assam) at a distance of 159 km (Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport). The airport is well- connected to  Indian cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai and Calcutta. Traveling to Meghalaya by flight is a unique experience in itself.

By Road:

Meghalaya is well-connected to major cities through roads. The roads are mostly smooth and well-frequented with traffic. Many travelers find monsoon as the best month for traveling to Meghalaya for the love towards unlimited rain. However, it will be ideal if you could take precautions while driving in heavy monsoon season. Some of the roads get slowed down due to heavy rain.



Bhutan, a Buddhist kingdom on the Himalayas’ eastern edge,  known for its monasteries, fortresses (or dzongs) and dramatic landscapes that range from subtropical plains to steep mountains and valleys.



The Lagoon paradise : "LAKSHADWEEP ISLANDS"with its turquoise lagoons, gorgeous beaches and hospitality of people are some of the things which makes tourist undertake a tour of the Lakshadweep Islands. Lakshadweep Islands are located nearly 250 miles away from the southern western coast of India in the middle of the Arabian Sea. A bunch of thirty six islands comprises the Lakshadweep Islands, which appears to form the image of green jewels scattered in the sea. A beautiful destination in the India's smallest Union territory. So travel and pack to this exotic location with your friends and family. For details contact us.