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Abode of God:

Himachal Pradesh “Abode of Gods” is surrounded with mighty rivers, wavy valleys, dence forests, lush green orchards and steep rocky mountains which make HIMACHAL PRADESH a Tourists Paradise!

Himachal Pradesh is world famous for its picturesque hill stations and serene locations

The beautiful locations, river waters, glaciers make Himachal a fantastic destination for making movies and adding natural beauty to various themes. The lush green valleys of Kullu Manali region attract many star production houses of India particularly Bollywood

Remember Dev Anand singing Tu kahaan yeh bataa iss nasheeli raat mein on the streets of Shimla?
From black and white films to new age romance Jab We Met, this picturesque hill town continues to be a backdrop for films

indian filmmakers have typically loved scenic backgrounds and they spotted the serene locations of Himachal many years ago. And their all-time favourite has also been Manali in Kullu district. Recent releases like Govinda-starrer Naughty@40 was shot.

The hill state has always attracted big budget Bollywood film producers. Be it Subhash Ghai or Mani Ratnam or Rakesh Roshan, hundreds of films have been shot amidst the hills.

In the 1990′s, Ghai’s Saudagar, Ratnam’s Roja and R.K. Banner’s Heena were filmed in the state. Among the current lot, Imtiaz Ali shot parts of his hit romantic movie Jab We Met there; so did Raj Kumar Hirani-he shot sequences for 3 Idiots.

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan spent time in the hills for Anil Sharma’s Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo and he also shot for Sujit Sircar’s Shoe Bite there.

Himachal is captured in the reel in more than three dozen big banner films, including King Uncle, Yeh Dillagi, Badal, Gadar – Ek Prem Katha, LOC and Raju Chacha.

Apart from movies, television serial makers too trained their camera on the hills like Tera Mujhse Hain Pehle Ka Nata, Chand Chupa Badal Mein and Chotti Si Zindagi

Services :

Nature Gateway Team will Escort you throughout your visit to provide you not only one end solution for your requirements but also take you to the unspoiled and unexplored destination in himachal.

  • Location search and assistance in selection
  • End to End Transportation
  • Healthy local coordination
  • Hotels / Resort/ camp Side arrangements
  • Permissions for shooting in legal perspective
  • Providing skilled non skilled manpower
  • Generator / electricity backups
  • Adventure shoot management
  • Guiding for local traditions and culture
  • Emergency services
  • Rescue services & medical aid in emergency situations


Team building, leadership and motivational programs with adventure activities and outdoor team games.

  • Enhanding Teamwork
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Knowledge Sharing
  • Breaking Silos.
  • Taking Ownership

Overview and Objectives of Out Bound Training Programs

The outbound training workshops are very high energy programs for enhancing individual and team performance. Through these outbound management programmes skills improvement takes place in the areas of teamwork, team bonding, communication, leadership, time management, problem solving, decision making, motivation, change and personality development.

Corporate adventure programs or outdoor management development training boost organizational performance through experiential learning. The outdoor activities create an effective learning platform and challenge for the individual and the team. The adventure and exercises promote self-discovery and a powerful insight into one’s own and team’s work styles and behavior.

The debriefing sessions at the end of each activity helps in reflection, retention and internalizing of concepts. Certified facilitators seamlessly help participants to co-relate the learning from these outdoor activities to workplace issues.

The natural environment and outdoor activities add to the fun quotient of the outdoor training program which help in acceptance and participation and also openness to risk taking, moving out of comfort zones, experimentation, receiving feedback and adapting change in behavior.

The outdoor training programs are also suitable for cross-functional teams and across hierarchies.

“What we think or know or believe is, in the end of little consequence. The only consequence is what we do”

At Nature Gateway the participants engage in pre-designed games like ZIG ZAG, SHIP WRECK, TREASURE HUNT, WAR GAMES, DREAM TOWER, CROCODILE HUNT, CRICKET with a difference, BLIND FOLD, MINE FIELD, COMMANDO BRIDGE etc. They also trek hills to camp out overnight, build rafts to cross rivers and involve themselves in a wide range of experiential exercises including Valley crossing, Rappelling, Rock Climbing, Para Gliding, Scuba Diving, Bungee Jumping and Much more… All the activities will be followed by learning’s in the form of powerful debriefing by our experienced facilitators. All the Activities that we designed with Fun and Adventure are stressing upon ‘Team Work’, ‘Managerial and Leadership Skill’, and ‘Communication and Interpersonal Skill’, ‘Personal and Professional Effectiveness’, ‘Goal Setting’ etc,.. to help individuals to discover knowledge, bring about constructive changes in behavior, and commit themselves to bring out the true potential in them.

Beaskund Trek :

Duration: 4 night 5 days

  • Day 1: Manali – Solang
    On arrival in Solang,you chek in to a hotel at Solang 12 km far from Manali 2600mtr,rest for a while if you wish to and then proceed on a sightseeing trip for the day with one of our team members/guides.This could also include a village tour or similar activities, if you so choose. Solang is famous for Paragliding in Summer and in winter for skiing. And also so many adventure activities are there like ATV bike, Zorbing, Ropeway.
  • Day 2: Solang to Dhundi (3000)meters 2-3 hrs trek
    Start trekking from Solang to Dhundi,passing through alpine forests, along the Beas streams. Overnight in tent.
  • Day 3: Dhundi to Bakarthatch (3500)meters 2-3hrs trek
    Overnight in tents, Baker thatch is famous for ice training and snowcraft.
  • Day 4: Bakarthatch to Beaskund
    Beaskud is situated at 4000 mtr the source of Beas river, can see groups of peaks and very near by beaskund glacier.Peaks like,Hanuman Tibba,Ladakhi peak,Shetidhar.Friendship peak,Seven sister etc.
  • Day 5: Back to Solang
    Back to Solang

Facilities from our side
Tents,Sleeping bag, Delicious food,Guide,Porters,Kitchen team.

Trekking the Jalori Pass :

Duration: 7 days – 6 nights in the scenic Kulu-Manali region Located in the beautiful state of Himachal Pradesh.

This camp includes trekking in the lap of the Himalayas in the famous Jalori Pass, Rohtang Pass and near the Sereulsar lake plus adventurous river-crossing” across the ice cold waters of the Beas, and Rappelling in the area.
You will get to visit Jhidi, Thalot – Thatchi villages, Panjain, Jalori Pass – Sereulsar lake, Manali, Rohtang pass…in the lap of the Himalayas.

  • Day 1: Base Camp
    Reach the base camp in the Kullu valley in the morning. After breakfast leave for a short river crossing experience on the ice cold waters of the river Beas. Back to camp for lunch. In the evening we go for a Rappelling session and a short trek for acclimatization.
  • Day 2: Thalot – Panjain
    We start for the main trek from the village of Thalot. The climb to the village of Panjain is a very steep climb but very enjoyable. After the half way mark we start getting the wonderful view of the snow capped Himalayas. We reach the village of Panjain as the sun goes down. Hot meal is already ready made by our cooks. Overnight is in Tents.
  • Day 3: Panjain – Thatchi – Panjain
    Today is a day for a mild trek. We drive up to the village of Thatchi and then trek up to the Hadimba Temple. The view of the whole Kullu Valley from here is mesmerizing. Return to Panjain by evening.
  • Day 4: Panjain – Bali Chowky – Jhibhi
    We now leave after breakfast and trek down to the road head at Bali Chowky from where we take a local bus to Jhibhi. Reach Jhibhi in 2 hours and camp.
  • Day 5: Jhibhi – Jalori Pass – Sereulsar lake
    Take a bus up to the Jalori Pass after breakfast and then trek through thick Jungles to reach the holy Sereulsar lake. It is a very beautiful trek through very thick jungles. The lake lies at an altitude of 11500 feet. A trek to this area in December is a rewarding sight with the lake frozen white. Back to Jhibhi by evening.
  • Day 6: Jhibhi – Manali
    After breakfast we leave for our base camp at Jhidi by bus. Reach Jhidi by afternoon and transfer to Manali by bus. Reach Manali and camp.
  • Day 7: manali solang valley snow point
    Go up to the snow point and enjoy the snow. In the evening take the bus to Delhi.

This trek is an all weather trek and is available throughout the year.

Malana Trek :

High lights : Manali –Naggar –Rumsu –chander khani- Malana- kasol

  • Name of Trek: Malana (Kullu Valley)
  • Trek: Moderate
  • Maximum Height: 3960 Mts.
  • Period: May, June, August, September
  • Duration: 7 Days

  • Day 1:
    Arrival Manali (2950 mts) and acclimatisation walk around Manali Check In at hotel.
  • Day 2: Manali - Naggar - Rumsu Ht. 2378 Mtrs
    Drive Manali to Naggar distance 25 Kms by Jeep. Visit Museum and Roerick Art Gallary (Optional ). After that Trek will start from Naggar to Rumsu Village. Overnight stay in a Camp near Rumsu village.
  • Day 3: Rumsu- Chanderkhani (3960 mts-8km)
    After breakfast trek start to Chanderkhani Base Camp. a striking view of Deo Tibba over looking the view of Malana glen, Walk up to the base camp through the forest of Oak, Popular, Pine, Medlow of wild flowers and Rhododendron Bushes. Overnight stay at Chanderkhani Base Camp.
  • Day 4: Base Camp - Chanderkhani Pass - Malana Village (2617 mts- 7 km)
    After Breakfast trek will start to Malana village over Chanderkhani Pass), A day start with gradual climb with 360 degree view covering snowy peaks and down side the wide valley of Kullu and Parbati. Further descending trek leads to misterious village of Malam, a historical village with Greek origin setler history. Overnight stay in Malana village in a Camp.
  • Day 5: Malana- Rashol (2598 mts- 19 km )
    After breakfast visit Malana village flat walking with few ascends and descends provides Panormic view of Pin Parbati Valley stay at camp.
  • Day 6: Rashol- Kasol (1585 mts- 8 km)
    walk through deodar forests stay at hotel
  • After breakfast visit Malana village. Malana to Manikaran . the Manikaran Gurudwara Shiva Temple and Hot water spring & take natural hot (Optional ) bath then drive to Manali or Bhunter Airport.

Facilities from our side
Tents,Sleeping bag, Delicious food,Guide,Porters,Kitchen team,and during trekking dry fruit and juice.

Attracting Places to Visit

  • Attracting Places

    Chehni Kothi

    Chehni is famous for its Chehni kothi which is 1500 years old and still has its magnificence maintained. Residence of Rana Dhadhia this mansion had 15 stories but presently only 10 are left. But despite of the wear and tear the kothi speaks for itself the grandeur attached to it and the architectural skills of the artisans of that times. Chehni Kothi is in Banjar valley and is 53 KMs from Kullu.

  • Attracting Places

    Great Himalayan National Park

    The Himalayas have been a source of awe and inspiration for millennia to countless individuals. They are the largest, tallest and geographically youngest mountains on our planet. The Himalayas are also one of the most fragile mountain regions of the world and hold an enormous repository of biological diversity which is increasingly under pressure from human activities. The unique ecological aspects of the Western Himalaya led to the creation of the Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP).

  • Attracting Places

    Jalori Pass & Seolsar Lake

    Jalori Pass & Seolsar Lake Jalori Pass is the boundery of the Inner & Outer Seraj we can see the inner Seraj valley and Outer Seraj at same time from one place. Serolsar Lake 4 km walking trek from Jalori Pass. Walk to Seolsar Lake through forests full of oak, blue pine, spruce, fir and Deodar, 3 Kms. trekking from Jalori Pass