What is your idea of tourism? A family trip to the nearest hill station? A lovely walk by a lake while staying away from social media and phone? A weekend where your dopamine levels are off the charts as you are in a freefall, shouting at the top of your voice, knowing fully well that the parachute will engage in milliseconds and you will descend onto the......
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Northeast India indeed needs qualified trainers and adventure tour operators. I completely agree with Tayeng ji and Anshu Jemshenpa and Mr. Pegu. We need more individuals from the mountaineering sector as well. But the high course fee and the availibility of seats are one issue that deters many interested individuals. And as Gogoi said, approaching the institutes is the right option to find the qualified instructors.
For Har Ki Dun Trek you must check out, https://banbanjara.com/tours/har-ki-dun-trek
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