Wander With Mohit


Hello! I am a photographer and filmmaker from the small mountain town of Solan in Himachal Pradesh. My focus is to create video content for the internet and TV around the Himalayas primarily, but I love to explore new sights, I will be releasing a new adventure vlog every week, Documenting my travels.

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Summer Camping in Lahaul

Summer is finally here and it’s time to fully soak in the outdoors. One thing all adventure seekers have in common is having gone camping in the wilderness. Camping in the shadow of the Himalayas is the best thing you can do. I frequently get inquiries from individuals regarding camping in the Spiti Valley.

In my opinion, camping in the Spiti Valley is a must-have experience that truly stands alone. Chandaratal is the most famous spot for camping. even if you did not want to spend too many nights in a tent, doing so at least for one day at Chandra Tal is highly recommended. it is one of those things that your trip to Spiti just remains incomplete without.

Camp in Spiti Valley

  • Sangla
  • Rackham
  • Chitkul
  • Nako
  • Tabo
  • Chandratal

These are places that are best for people who were not carrying their own gear. all of them have campsites set up where you can check in for a night.

Hidden Valley in Solan (Kamal Valley)

tucked in the lap of nature, the exciting destination of the valley is an incredible place to relax in the lap of nature. Nothing but just an evening walk in the echo of the breeze is enough to make you fall in love with this place. it is the valley view and the locals that make the place such a beautiful experience. especially solo travelers. The place would be bang on with nothing but a bag pack and some guts to try the crazy. This valley is sure to keep you on your toes.

The coldest night ever in Shimla

Being a local in Shimla, I have experienced many winters here and it is an absolutely amazing time to be in Shimla during snowfall. A small town that lies in the foothills of the Himalayas. Queen of hills Shimla is based on 7 hills. I was born and raised here, so I have seen Shimla very closely. I have seen the bluest sky of summers, the terrifying lightning clouds of monsoon, and the hushed sparkling white snowy mornings in winters.


Shimla is a peaceful city where people are helpful, kind, and generous. People are more into agriculture as Himachal is one of the largest Apple Exporter in India and Shimla and uppers Shimla area (USA) gives place to largest Apple orchards of Himachal Pradesh.

Living in Shimla is totally a different experience than in any other city in India because here we still breathe Clean fresh air, we still see clear blue sky and amazing sunsets, and we still have tons of trees and greenery all around.

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