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Old 3rd November 2016, 13:36   #16
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Default Re: Surreal Munsiyari : A Photologue

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@faithless_1984.
Very well written and paced TL.
Im looking forward to make a trip to those nearabouts sometiime soon. Will pick on your ideas when the possibility realizes! Are there any homestay options with a more remote location in the interiors that will require using a 4x4 to reach? Would want to explore that option. Thanks in advance.
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Thanks, homestays are available but a little difficult to find. You will have to ask the locals for such info.
4x4 is not really needed in these locations as most of the places mentioned in the thread are connected by decent roads so if you really want to be adventurous and go to remote places then trekking is the only option. For ex After Munsiyari a more secluded/remote location would be Milam Village which is a very long trek or you can go for a shorter one like Khaliya Top and stay midway in the KMVN guest house.
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