Traveling abroad is absolutely so fun, especially when you are going with your loved ones or when it’s your first solo trip. With a certainty that you have prepared and packed everything you need, you are good to go.
When you travel, time is very important. You should be mindful when it comes to schedules and plans because every second is precious. You cannot be totally lazy, especially when you are bound to follow a schedule made by the travel agency you hired to help you or when you have an appointment with a busy person during your trip.
In this state of fun and sun, the ideal family trip is never too far from your mind’s eye: you close your eyes and visualize the beauty of the red rocks in Southern Utah, the magnificence of the Arches, or the unforgettable spreads and unique ecosystems of Montana and Wyoming. The dreams of relatively nearby getaways flutter there, just beneath the surface, but you’re so busy that you think you’ll never have enough time to make it happen.
Sometimes, after the eighth hour of staring at the same work desktop, perched upon the same desk, nestled in the same dinky office, located in the same dull building for the fifth day in the row, I experience an interesting phenomenon.
Or rather, I experience an uninteresting one. Or, closer still—I stop experiencing. Like… at all.
So, what am I experiencing, or, you know, not experiencing?
While peregrinations serve you the purpose of experiencing majestically carved natural beauties, which in turn soothe your soul, it can also lead to stringent lucrative dismal. Any unplanned expedition with the intent of eliciting inner peace may prove onus if gone the wrong way. “Mann Tracht, Un Gott Lacht” is an old saying which means, “Man (excitingly) Plans, and God laughs.” Its solution- itineraries.
Kedarkantha Summit is one of the wonderful summits of the Garhwal Himalayas and the most popular trek for the wanderlust community. It is situated within the Govind Ballabh Pant National Park. This area comes under the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand. Another name of this national park is Govind National Park.