Highest post office in the world

Excerpt from the article “Highest post office in Europe and the one in the world” by Gerhard Freund, published in the Berner Briefmarkenzeitung The Hikkim post office in India is at 4,440 m Hikkim is a village in the district of Lahaul and Spiti in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh and lies at […]

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Ultra Racing on the Manali Leh Highway

Our bike tour “The Manali-Leh Highway – one of the highest pass roads in the world” is one of our most popular tours and is a true classic! Within nine days we manage the 577 km and five passes – three of them are over 5000 meters high. The tour is of course designed in […]

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5 travel tips for India

You want to make your trip to India very special and not just follow the beaten tourist paths? Do you want to experience India as it is and get in touch with the people on the outskirts? Do you love nature and like to move? Then  these 5 travel tips are perfect for you to make […]

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Financing your holiday trip with credit – that’s how it works

Sometimes the holiday cannot be postponed despite a tight cash register. A holiday loan is cheaper than using the MRP. Everything you need to know: Travel on credit: This is important! The stressful everyday life makes everyone ready for a holiday at some point. Sometimes, however, the money is not enough to spend an extended […]

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Post from Gracy- a report of a Solo Traveler

Namaste lovely Chalo! Travels friends, I’ve been in India for five weeks now and I can report a lot. I have experienced many things and have gone through ups and downs. In India, holidays are until July and this is particularly noticeable on the roads in the mountains. The beautiful landscape with the relatively cool […]

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Chalo! Travels and Frosch Sportreisen are Partners

For Chalo! Travels it is not only a great opportunity, but above all an honour to work with such an experienced sports tour operator as Frosch Reisen. Since February 2018 we sat together to develop the perfect experience trip for Rajasthan. The result is a multi-active trip with many bike tours and hikes, wildlife safaris, […]

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Life and Yoga in Indian Ashrams

Three ashrams- three very different experiences. One Ashram and another Ashram can be 2 complete different things. If you plan to stay in one for a while in India, you should know exactly what to expect from an ashram stay in India and then make the right decision. I have published an article on the […]

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My trip to India and to myself- advice from a spiritual seeker

“A guest post by Lisa, who started her trip to India with a trek in the Himalayas with Chalo! Travels. Lisa did a yoga teacher training at Shri Jasnath Ashram, a small ashram in Rajasthan where Chalo-Travels offers yoga and Ayurveda retreats and Sarah teaches as a yoga teacher. In addition, Sarah met Lisa again […]

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Tourism as an economic factor in India

Around 6 million people spend their holidays in India every year. 140,000 holidaymakers are Germans. In comparison, around 12 million people fly to Thailand every year, and in Malaysia there are around 25 million tourists. Indian tourism accounts for just 1 percent of annual gross domestic product, or about 7 percent in Thailand. But if […]

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Traditional Indian martial arts

If you travel to Kerala, you not only have the opportunity to attend an impressive Kalari (Indian martial arts) show, but you can even learn this sport in an ashram. In the following guest article by Raphael Gorschlüter you can learn more about Kalari and that it is much more than just a martial art! […]

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Travelling with children in India – is that possible?

Here is another guest post from me. This time on the topic of travelling with children in India on Julia’s blog TravellingKinder. In the article you can read about my opinion about travelling with children in India and how best to travel with the little ones through the big subcontinent. Read here an article from […]

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Mountaineering in India…

Finally, the time has come! My article about our Deo Tibba (6001 m) adventure is  published on the open air blog. Oh, what beautiful memories of this unforgettable experience! This year, by the way, Hanuman Tibba (5932 m) is waiting for us in June! […]

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Yoga Ayurveda Retreat in Rajasthan

We all had a great time during our two-week yoga and Ayurveda retreat in the small Shri Jasnath Ashram in the desert city of Rajasthan. Beautiful yoga classes, pleasant Ayurveda treatments, delicious and healthy food, some spirituality, lots of peace and beautiful excursions. But read more about it on the Asanayoga.de blog. […]

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Three weeks as a clinical trainee in the countryside of Tamil Nadu (India)

Article by Lea Kübler (former travel participant) I have been studying medicine for five years now. I have gained my practical experience so far in Hungarian and German hospitals, in health systems that meet a high standard in international comparison. CT and MRI devices are now part of our basic equipment in Europe. Efficiency and […]

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Yummy! An Indian Okra Dish

Interested in a delicious Indian okra recipe from our ashram chef Pappu? During our Ayurveda Yoga Retreat we not only had beautiful yoga classes and Ayurveda treatments, but also very good food! But it’s best to read through the recipe yourself. In addition to my Indian recipe, you will also find many great other recipe […]

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Women’s safety in India

Unfortunately, the issue is always present and the question arises again and again among women travelling alone: How safe am I in India? India is a great country to travel and it is a pity that India was so negatively conoted by the news some time ago – and of course not without a profound […]

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Travel Safe as a woman in India

Bärbel has published my article on her blog “Woman on Travel” with tips for single travelers women in India, with 10 tips for a safe travel in India! A Podcast Episode on that topic at the Chalo India Podcast […]

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Guided Meditation on the Universal Sound of the Om

Namaste At the moment I am back in a yoga/meditation phase and have just returned from a week-long yoga retreat in Leh to Manali. The publication of my “Om-Meditation” on the Asanayoga.de blog fits really well! In the article I explain step by step how you get into meditation on the sound of the om […]

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Fighting digestive problems with yoga

The Christmas season with the many snacks and lavish meals is already a bit behind us, but some of us may still have some problems with the excessive calorie intake. Who doesn’t know them: full feeling, abdominal pain, bloating, bumping, etc. On Aanayoga.de’s blog, I’ve published an article that introduces yoga exercises to get digestion […]

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Living dreams

It was not an easy step to venture into a self-employment as a tour operator for tours in India. But despite my age, some objections of my family and many uncertainties I dared! The decision was 100% right. Time will tell how Chalo! Travels will do in future, but for now t I enjoy India, […]

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Guest articles on my blog

I am happy to publish your  articles on my blog, but please follow the following guidelines: – your theme should relate to India, travel, yoga, adventure sports or the Himalayas – write an article with at least 300 words – per 300 words you may set a backlink – your articles should have unique content, […]

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