11N/12D Gangotri Trek

Gangotri Trek

Experience the spiritual allure and rugged beauty of the Himalayas on this exhilarating 12-day trekking expedition.

Tour Overview

Beginning in Delhi, you’ll journey to Haridwar, the gateway to the sacred Ganges River, where you’ll witness the mesmerizing Aarti ceremony. Trek through Uttarkashi, an adventure hub, and visit the renowned Nehru Institute of Mountaineering. Your trail continues to Gangotri, the holy origin of the Ganges, where you’ll soak in the divine atmosphere and participate in puja at Gangotri Temple. Trekking towards Bhojbasa, you’ll marvel at the stunning vistas of Shivling and Bhairathi mountains.

An excursion to Gaumukh, the source of the Ganges, offers a chance to connect with spiritual pilgrims and serene sadhus. Traverse the challenging terrain to reach Tapovan, an idyllic high-altitude meadow offering panoramic views of Shivling, Meru, and Bhaghirathi peaks. Spend leisure time exploring or opt for a trek to Kirti Bamak, the Base of Kedar Dome. The journey takes you back through Chirbasa, Gangotri, and Uttarkashi before concluding in Rishikesh, where you’ll visit ashrams and witness the soul-stirring Ganga Aarti.

Your adventure ends with a return to Delhi, enriched by the serenity and grandeur of the Himalayas.

Gangotri Trek – Uttarakhand Himalayas
Best  Season for trekking : May, June and September
Total Duration: 12 Days
Trekking days: 6
Trek grade: Easy to moderate
Max altitude: 4460 m

Destinations Covered

Delhi: Start your journey in the vibrant capital city of India, where ancient history blends seamlessly with modernity. Explore historic landmarks like India Gate, Humayun’s Tomb, and Qutub Minar, while also experiencing the bustling markets and cultural diversity that define Delhi.

Haridwar: This sacred city on the banks of the Ganges River is a spiritual haven for pilgrims. Witness the enchanting Ganga Aarti on the ghats and immerse yourself in the serene atmosphere of ashrams and temples.

Uttarkashi: A gateway to adventure, Uttarkashi is known for its picturesque landscapes and serves as the starting point for your trek. Visit the Nehru Institute of Mountaineering and soak in the stunning natural beauty of the region.

Gangotri: The holy source of the Ganges River, Gangotri is a revered pilgrimage site. Participate in puja at Gangotri Temple and take in the awe-inspiring vistas of the surrounding mountains.

Bhojbasa: As you trek towards Bhojbasa, you’ll witness the rugged beauty of the Gangotri Glacier and the majestic Shivling and Bhairathi peaks. The serene Alpine-style tents offer a rustic yet comfortable retreat.

Gaumukh: The source of the Ganges, Gaumukh is a captivating destination where you’ll interact with pilgrims and sadhus while surrounded by the raw beauty of the glacier and the mountains.

Tapovan: A high-altitude meadow with breathtaking views, Tapovan offers a chance to immerse yourself in the grandeur of the Himalayas. The panoramic vistas of Shivling, Meru, and Bhaghirathi peaks create a mesmerizing backdrop.

Chirbasa: Nestled beside the Bhagirathi River, Chirbasa provides a peaceful setting for reflection and relaxation as you wind down from your trek.

Rishikesh: This spiritual town on the banks of the Ganges River is known for its yoga and meditation centers. Visit ashrams, attend Ganga Aarti, and experience the tranquility that attracts seekers from around the world.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 01: Arrive Delhi – You will be met on arrival and transfer to your hotel for the night.

Day 02: Delhi – Haridwar – Transfer to New Delhi railway station early in the morning. Met on arrival at Haridwar railway station and transfer to your hotel (The hotel is located close to Ganges ghats. The approach to the hotel is through narrow lane where the vehicle cannot go. So you will reach the hotel on cycle rickshaw. The hotel offers vegetarian food only and there is no bar)(Haridwar is the city of temples, ashrams, ghats and sage. According to Hindu mythology, Haridwar is believed to be one of the seven holiest places) Witness the ceremonial Worship with oil lamp (Aarti) on the ghats of the Ganges.

Day 03: Haridwar – Uttarkashi – Drive to Uttarkashi in the morning. Stay in the resort for a night. Uttarkashi is the last major town in the Gangotri valley. En route, you can visit Nehru Institute of Mountaineering – a premier training institute for mountaineering and other adventure sports at Uttarkashi.

Day 04: Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Drive to Gangotri in the morning (Gangotri is the starting points for Gaumukh trek. Here you will meet your trekking crew and proters). Stay overnight in a guest house. In the evening, witness the puja and aarti at Gangotri temple – one of the four sacred dhams for Hindu in the Himalayas.

Day 05: Gangotri – Bhojbasa – Start your first day of trek to Bhojbasa. The trek to Bhojbasa follows the right bank of Bhagirathi (Ganges) over beaten trail.  From Bhojbasa, you get the first view of majestic Shivling and Bhairathi group of mountains. Beyond Bhojbasa, the terrain becomes really desolate and barren. Overnight stay in simple Alpine style tents.

Day 06: Bhojbasa – Enjoy excursion to Gaumukh today. ‘The Source of Ganges’ – literally meaning ‘Cow’s Mouth’, Gaumukh is snout of Gangotri glacier from where Ganga emerges. From Gaumukh, the scene is fascinating, with praying pilgrims and half-naked sadhus meditating along the banks of the tumultuous stream that pours out of the Gangotri glacier.

Day 07: Bhojbasa – Tapovan – Today is probably the toughest day of this trek. From Gaumukh the trail leaves its way through the terminal moraine before cutting across the Gangotri glacier and climbing steeply up to the grassy slopes to Tapovan (4400 m / 14432 ft). Tapovan is a large high altitude meadow, furrowed with streams and scattered with flowers. It offers the panoramic view of Shivling (6543 m / 21460 ft), Meru (6450 m / 21156 ft) and the Bhaghirati-1 (6856 m / 22488 ft).

Day 08: Tapovan – Day at leisure to explore the area. You may choose to an optional full day trek to Kirti Bamak – Base of Kedar Dome (6830 m / 22402 ft).

Day 09: Tapovan – Chirbasa – Trek back to Bhojbasa and continue further to Chirbasa – a grassy meadow beside the Bhagirathi (Ganges) for overnight stay.

Day 10: Chirbasa – Gangotri – Uttarkashi – Trek back to Gangotri and drive to Uttarkashi. Stay overnight in a resort / guest house.

Day 11: Uttarkashi – Rishikesh – Drive to Rishikesh in the morning. Stay in a hotel for the night. Visit ashrams and also witness the Ganga Aarti in the evening.

Day 12: Rishikesh – Delhi – Drive to Delhi in the morning. Check into a hotel for wash/change. Later in the night you will be transferred to international airport for your flight to next destination.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

What is the duration of this tour?
Answer: The tour spans over 12 days, allowing you to explore the spiritual and natural wonders of the Himalayan region.

How physically demanding is the trek to Gaumukh and Tapovan?
Answer: The trek to Gaumukh and Tapovan involves moderate to challenging levels of physical activity. It includes uphill climbs and rugged terrain. Proper fitness preparation and acclimatization are recommended.

What is the significance of Ganga Aarti in Haridwar and Rishikesh?
Answer: Ganga Aarti is a mesmerizing ritual of worshiping the Ganges River. It involves lamps, prayers, and devotional songs. Witnessing this ritual is believed to cleanse the soul and bring spiritual upliftment.

Are vegetarian meals available throughout the tour?
Answer: Yes, the tour primarily offers vegetarian meals, in line with the cultural and spiritual ethos of the destinations. Non-vegetarian options may not be available in certain places.

What kind of accommodations can I expect during the tour?
Answer: Accommodations range from hotels in urban areas to guest houses and tents during the trekking portion. These accommodations provide comfort and basic amenities.

Is the tour suitable for solo travelers?
Answer: Yes, the tour is open to solo travelers who are physically fit and interested in experiencing the spiritual and natural beauty of the Himalayan region.

Can I participate in the trek even if I have limited trekking experience?
Answer: Some trekking experience is recommended, as the trail involves varying levels of difficulty. It’s advisable to be in good physical condition and consult a medical professional before embarking on the trek.

Is there any free time for personal exploration during the tour?
Answer: Yes, the itinerary includes leisure time in certain destinations, allowing you to explore and immerse yourself in the local culture, visit nearby attractions, or simply relax.

Are there any age restrictions for the tour?
Answer: While there are no strict age restrictions, participants should be in good health and physically capable of undertaking trekking activities.

23N/24D Zanskar Trek

Zanskar Trek

Embark on an awe-inspiring 24-day journey through the mystical landscapes of Ladakh and Zanskar.

Tour Overview

Begin in Delhi, where you’ll be met and transferred to your hotel. Fly to Leh, the heart of Ladakh, and immerse yourself in its vibrant bazaar. Explore ancient monasteries like Hemis, Thiksey, and Shey, discovering the spiritual riches of the Indus Valley. Traverse through a mesmerizing tapestry of terrains, from arid valleys to lush meadows, as you embark on a trek of a lifetime.

Trek through quaint villages like Hanupatta, Photoskar, and Yulchung, each with its unique charm. Experience the boundless serenity of Lingshed and the unparalleled beauty of the Hanumala Pass. Follow the majestic Zanskar River, visiting remote villages and monasteries like Karsha and Pishu. Traverse the stunning landscapes to Purne, witness the architectural marvel of Phuktal Monastery, and journey through valleys adorned with vibrant flowers.

As you bid farewell to Zanskar, trek through the enchanting Shingula Pass and enter Himachal Pradesh. Your journey concludes in the tranquil embrace of Manali, where you’ll enjoy a day at leisure before returning to Delhi. This extraordinary adventure unveils the essence of Ladakh and Zanskar, promising memories to cherish for a lifetime.

Trek Region: Ladakh – Indian Himalayas.
Best  Season for trekking : June to September
Total Duration: 24 Days
Trekking days: 18
Trek grade: Moderate to strenuous
Max altitude: 5020 m

Destinations Covered

Delhi: India’s vibrant capital city offers a mix of historical grandeur and modern vitality. Explore iconic landmarks like the Red Fort, Humayun’s Tomb, and Qutub Minar, as well as bustling markets and diverse neighborhoods.

Leh: Nestled in the picturesque Ladakh region, Leh is a charming town known for its Tibetan Buddhist monasteries, bustling bazaars, and stunning landscapes of rugged mountains and clear blue skies.

Indus Valley Monasteries: Hemis Monastery, Thiksey Gompa, and Shey Monastery showcase the spiritual and artistic heritage of Ladakh. Their intricate architecture, vibrant murals, and serene surroundings offer an immersive cultural experience.

Hanupatta: A remote village in the Zanskar region, Hanupatta provides a glimpse into traditional Zanskari life. It serves as a starting point for your trek, surrounded by enchanting landscapes.

Photoskar: This village presents stunning views and an insight into local agriculture. The trek here takes you through the scenic Sirsir La pass.

Yulchung: As you ascend Singala La, the highest point of your trek, you’re rewarded with breathtaking panoramic views. Yulchung offers a serene atmosphere amid the majestic mountains.

Lingshed: Discover the authenticity of village life and visit the Lingshed Monastery, an essential spiritual center in the Zanskar region.

Nyetse: The trekking route leads you to Hanumala Pass, offering breathtaking vistas. Nyetse’s tranquil surroundings and fresh air make it an ideal campsite.

Hanamur: Trek through steep terrains to reach this small village, gaining insight into the local way of life and their resilient spirit.

Pishu: Rest by the Zanskar River in Pishu, a quaint village where you’ll experience the simplicity and warmth of the local community.

Karsha: The oldest and largest monastery in Zanskar, Karsha Monastery is a cultural treasure. Camping nearby provides an intimate connection with the surroundings.

Padum: The administrative hub of Zanskar, Padum showcases the intersection of ancient traditions and modern life. Explore its market and interact with locals.

Phuktal Monastery: An excursion to Phuktal, a monastery built into a cliff, offers a unique spiritual experience amidst awe-inspiring natural beauty.

Testa: En route to Himachal Pradesh, Testa presents a peaceful village setting for you to explore.

Kargiak: The last village in Zanskar, Kargiak’s rural charm and untouched landscapes create a memorable experience.

Lakhang: Trek through a valley adorned with vibrant flowers and camp at the base of Shingula Pass, enjoying the serene atmosphere.

Chumik Nagpo: Crossing Shingula Pass, you enter Himachal Pradesh, with Chumik Nagpo providing a gentle descent and splendid surroundings.

Palamo: Transitioning from Zanskar to Himachal Pradesh, Palamo introduces you to a new landscape before you head to Manali.

Manali: A renowned hill station, Manali offers relaxation and exploration opportunities, showcasing its natural beauty and vibrant markets.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 01: Arrive Delhi – Meet on arrival and transfer to your hotel.

Day 02: Delhi – Leh – Early morning fly to Leh. Enjoy orientation walk of Leh bazaar in the afternoon.

Day 03: Leh – Enjoy full day sightseeing of monasteries of Indus valley (including Hemis Monastery, Thiksey Gompa and Shey Monastery)

Day 04: Leh – Hanupatta (5-6 hour drive, 2 hr trek) – Drive to Alchi in the morning (3-4 hr.). Visit Alchi monastery. Drive on to Lamayuru (1 hour). Visit Lamayuru monastery. Drive further up to Wanla (1 hour) and trek for 2 hr. to reach Hanupatta. Overnight in the camp.

Day 05: Hanupatta to Photoskar (6 hr. trek) – Begin trek after breakfast. It is a gradual ascend towards Sirsir La (4500 m). Then descend down to Photoskar village. Overnight in the camp

Day 06: Photoskar to Yulchung (6 hr. trek) – Today begin a gradual ascend to Singala la (5500 m). This is the highest point of your trek. You will have spectacular views from this point. Continue trekking to Yulchung. Overnight in the camp.

Day 07: Yulchung to Lingshed (5 hr. trek) – Today’s trek will be a winding train crossing two minor passes with plenty of ups and down. Arrive Lingshed village and camp overnight. Time permitting, visit the Ligshed Monastery.

Day 08: Lingshed – Nyetse (6-7 hr. trek) – Begin trek after breakfast. It will be a gradual ascent to Hanumala pass (5000 m). You get excellent views from this pass. Later descend to Nyetse. Overnight in the camp.

Day 09: Nyetse – Hanamur (6 hr. trek) – Today’s trek is a steep climb with many ups and down to Parfila pass. Continue trekking to Hanamur – the first village with only four houses! Camp overnight.

Day 10: Hanamur – Pishu (5 hr. trek) – After breakfast begin the trek. Today’s trek will follow Zanskar River until you arrive Pishu village – with about 30 houses. You will camp beside Zanskar River

Day 11: Pishu to Karsha (5 hr. trek) – Continue trekking beside Zanskar River until you reach Karsha monastery. Karsha is the oldest monastery in Zanskar. You will camp beside the monastery.

Day 12: Karsha to Padum (3 hr. trek) – Today morning you will do a three hours trek to Padum village. Padum is the headquarter of Zanskar region. Afternoon visit Padum market. Overnight in the camp.

Day 13: Padum – Raru (5 hr. trek) – Today’s trek is a walk along Tserap River until you reach to Raru Village. You will visit beautiful Barden gompa and Mune gompa en route. Overnight in the camp.

Day 14: Raru to Surle (5 hr. trek) – You will continue trekking along Tserap River until you reach Surle village. You will enjoy a dinner with local family. Overnight in the camp.

Day 15: Surle to Purne (4 hr. trek) – Today’s trek is a gentle walk of 4 hours along Tserap River until you reach Purne. Overnight in the camp.

Day 16: Purne – Phuktal – Purne (4 hr. trek) – Enjoy an excursion to Phuktal, about 2 hours walk each way, to see spectacular monastery. It is an amazing monastery which is built on a bridge between two cliffs. You can spend few hours here, have tea and snacks. Return back to Purne. Overnight in the camp.

Day 17: Purne – Testa (4 hr. trek) – Today’s trek is a 4 hours walk to Testa village. Overnight in the camp.

Day 18: Testa – Kargiak (6 hr. trek) – Today’s trek is through villages of Kuru, Tanzay and Raltak to reach Kargiak. This is the last village of Zanskar. Overnight in the camp.

Day 19: Kargiak – Lakhang (5 hr. trek) – Today’s trek is through a beautiful valley full of flowers. You will pass by a sherpherd camp to reach Lakhang. You will camp at the base of Shingula pass.

Day 20: Lakhang – Chumik Nagpo (5 hr. trek) – Today’s trek is a gradual ascent of about 2 hours to reach Shingula pass (5300 m). Then a gradual descent to reach Chumik Nagpo. Overnight in the camp.

Day 21: Chumik Nagpo – Palamo – Manali (6 hr. trek/ 5 hr. drive) – Today you leave Zanskar and enter Himachal Pradesh. About a 6 hours trek will take you to Palamo. You will be met and driven to Manali.

Day 22: Manali – Day at leisure.

Day 23: Manali – Delhi – Early morning, drive to Chandigarh railway station to board train to Delhi.

Day 24: Depart Delhi for onward destination.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

Q: What is the duration of this tour?
A: The tour spans 24 days, offering an immersive exploration of Ladakh and Zanskar regions.

Q: What is the level of physical fitness required for this trekking tour?
A: This tour involves moderate to challenging trekking, requiring participants to be in good physical condition and accustomed to walking on uneven terrains.

Q: Are there any cultural highlights included in the itinerary?
A: Yes, the tour includes visits to monasteries like Hemis, Thiksey, and Shey, providing insights into Tibetan Buddhist culture and art.

Q: Is altitude acclimatization a concern during this tour?
A: Yes, the tour begins in Leh to allow for gradual acclimatization to the high altitude. However, participants should still be mindful of altitude-related health considerations.

Q: What type of accommodations are provided during the trek?
A: Accommodations include a mix of hotel stays in Leh and camping in tents during the trek, offering a blend of comfort and adventure.

Q: Is vegetarian food available during the tour?
A: Yes, the tour provides vegetarian meals. Special dietary requirements can be accommodated with prior notice.

Q: How physically demanding is the trekking portion of the tour?
A: The trekking involves varying degrees of difficulty, with some steep ascents and descents. Participants should have a reasonable level of fitness and be prepared for challenging terrain.

Q: What are the highlights of the trekking route?
A: The trek offers stunning views of mountain passes, visits to traditional Zanskari villages, interaction with local communities, and exploration of ancient monasteries.

Q: Are there any cultural interactions planned during the tour?
A: Yes, the tour allows opportunities for cultural interactions with local villagers and visits to monasteries, providing insights into the unique way of life in Ladakh and Zanskar.

Q: Is this tour suitable for solo travelers?
A: Yes, solo travelers can join this tour and share the experience with like-minded adventurers. Group dynamics and camaraderie often develop during the trekking journey.

14N/15D Markha Valley Trek

Markha Valley Trek

Embark on an exhilarating journey through the enchanting landscapes of Ladakh with our meticulously crafted 15-day adventure.

Tour Overview

From the moment you touch down in Delhi, you’ll be transported to a realm of awe-inspiring beauty and cultural marvels. Your voyage begins with an early morning flight to Leh, where the majestic Himalayan panorama will leave you spellbound. Take your time to acclimatize to the high altitude, while exploring the charming Shankar Monastery and the serene Shanti Stupa. Traverse the Indus Valley, visiting iconic monasteries like Hemis, adorned with ornate gold statues and priceless Thankas, and the imposing Thiksey Gompa. Behold the grandeur of Shey Monastery and its captivating 17.5 m Maitreya Buddha.

Embarking on a thrilling trek, set forth from Spituk, the gateway to the Markha Valley. Your journey into the heart of Ladakh’s rugged terrain is a gradual ascent, passing through picturesque Rumbak and Ganda La Pass with breathtaking vistas. Traverse the stunning landscapes, crossing rivers and discovering hidden villages like Skiu and Markha, each with its own unique charm and ancient monastic legacies. As you press onward, marvel at the towering Kang Yatse Peak and find respite at Nimaling’s tranquil pastures.

A rest day at Nimaling offers a chance to acclimatize further, setting the stage for your crossing of the dramatic Gongmaru La Pass. Prayer flags flutter in the wind as you stand at 5100m, gazing upon the panoramic Ladakh and Zanskar Ranges. Descending into the Indus Valley, rejuvenate at the Churikimo campsite, nestled near a soothing hot spring.

As your adventure draws to a close, follow a clear track through Shang Sumdo village, relishing the final moments of your trekking odyssey. Return to Leh for a well-earned respite, exploring the town’s wonders at your leisure. Your journey culminates with a return flight to Delhi, leaving you with cherished memories of Ladakh’s stunning landscapes, rich heritage, and the indomitable spirit of the Himalayas.

Trek Region: Ladakh – Indian Himalayas.
Best  Season for trekking : June to September
Total Duration: 15 Days
Trekking days: 9
Trek grade: Moderate
Max altitude: 5100 m

Destinations Covered

Leh: Nestled in the lap of the Himalayas, Leh is a high-altitude desert town that serves as the gateway to Ladakh. Its breathtaking landscapes and Tibetan-Buddhist monasteries, such as Shankar Monastery and Shanti Stupa, offer a serene introduction to the region’s spirituality and natural beauty.

Hemis Monastery: This iconic monastery, set against a stunning backdrop of mountains, is a must-visit in Ladakh. Home to impressive gold statues and priceless artifacts, Hemis Monastery is not only a spiritual hub but also a repository of Ladakh’s rich cultural heritage.

Thiksey Gompa: A remarkable 15th-century monastery belonging to the Gelugpa order, Thiksey Gompa stands as a towering architectural wonder. Its impressive murals and sculptures provide insights into the region’s religious and artistic traditions.

Shey Monastery: The former royal palace of Shey houses a magnificent 17.5-meter tall copper and gemstone-studded statue of Maitreya Buddha. The intricate craftsmanship and historical significance of this monastery make it a fascinating stop on the journey.

Skiu Village: A quaint village along the Markha River, Skiu is a charming pitstop where trekkers can experience local Ladakhi culture and hospitality. Its ancient Skiu Gompa adds a touch of spirituality to the serene surroundings.

Nimaling: Nestled beneath the towering Kang Yatse Peak, Nimaling is a breathtaking high-altitude pasture. This tranquil haven offers trekkers a chance to rest and acclimatize, surrounded by awe-inspiring Himalayan scenery.

Gongmaru La Pass: Standing at an elevation of 5100 meters, this pass offers panoramic views of the Ladakh and Zanskar Ranges. The fluttering prayer flags and sweeping vistas make it a spiritually uplifting and visually stunning experience.

Churikimo: Located near a rejuvenating hot spring, Churikimo provides trekkers with a unique opportunity to relax and unwind in nature’s embrace after their challenging mountain journey.

Shang Sumdo Village: As the trek nears its end, Shang Sumdo offers a glimpse into the lives of the local residents. The village’s simplicity and the warmth of its people provide a fitting finale to your adventure.

Detailed Itinerary: –

Day 01: Arrive Delhi – Met on arrival at Delhi and transferred to your hotel for overnight stay.

Day 02: Delhi – Leh – Early in the morning, you will be transferred to airport to board your flight to Leh. Passing over many Himalayan mountain ranges, this Trans Himalayan flight is one of the most spectacular and breathtaking flights in the world. You are advised to take rest during the day for high altitude acclimatization. In the afternoon, proceed for short sightseeing of Shankar monastery and Shanti Stupa. Walk back to your hotel through busy and colourful Leh Bazar.

Day 03: Leh – Enjoy full day sightseeing of monasteries of Indus valley. Visit Hemis Monastery – built on a hillside surrounded by spectacular mountains, Hemis is the biggest and the most important monastery in Ladakh. This wealthiest monastery contains gold statues and stupas decorated with precious stones and many priceless old Thankas. Also visit Thiksey Gompa – one of the most imposing monasteries belonging to the 15th century, the monastery belongs to Gelugpa order (Yellow sect). Before returning to your hotel, visit the beautiful Shey Monastery – a former Royal Palace. There is a 17.5 m / 58 ft high blue haired Maitreya Buddha of copper, brass gilded and studded with precious gemstones.

Day 04: Leh – Spituk – Jingchen (Trek starts. Night stay in tented camps)- Drive to Spituk in the morning. Spituk is one of the starting points for Markha Valley trek. Here you will meet your trekking crew and horsemen. Visit Spituk Monastery and start your first day trek to Jingchen. It is important that you take today slowly in order that you acclimatise well. Cross the bridge over the Indus River and continue along an undulating path following the left hand bank of the Indus until it meets with the Jingchan River.

Day 05: Jingchen – Rumbak – Initially follow the river which flows from Stok Kangri (6121 m / 20082 ft) then trek gradually up to the camp near Rumbak. Rumbak is situated about 1 km below Ganda La Pass (4820 m / 15814 ft).

Day 06: Rumbak Ganda La – Shingo – Follow a good path along the right hand side of the valley, through Yurutse (4180 m / 13710 ft) then take the right hand fork in the path and ascend up to yak pastures where there are Buddhist chortens (shrines). Trek steeply up to Ganda La Pass (4800 m / 15748 ft).  If conditions permit, you may wish to climb higher from the pass. There is then a long, easy descent down to Shingo where you will camp for the night.

Day 07: Shingo – Skiu – Trek south through a narrow gorge. You will have to cross the same river several times for about 2 hrs until you reach the Markha River. This confluence is marked by Skiu Gompa (3380 m / 11090 ft). Start heading east along the river for about 1km until you reach Skiu village where you will camp for the night.

Day 08: Skiu – Markha – Continue to follow the river along the stunning valley to Markha. You will pass through the little settlement of Chaluk (3620 m / 11875 ft) before descending into the valley floor. Ascend briefly up to the pretty town of Markha where there is an impressive Gompa and derelict fort. Camp here near the river.

Day 09: Markha – Nimaling – Leave the campsite at Markha and head up to the main valley. You will have to cross the river a number of times. Pass the monastery of Humlung (3850 m / 12630 ft) which you could stop to visit and also look out for Kang Yatse Peak (6400 m / 21000 ft). Pass through the Hankar settlement (3980 m / 13057 ft) which is one of the highest settlements in the Markha Valley. The valley will start to narrow and increase in altitude before one final river crossing taking you to the pastures at Nimaling where you will spend the night.

Day 10: Nimaling – Rest day to aid acclimatisation before crossing the second pass. Mt Kang Yatse dominates the background of this beautiful pasture of Nimaling.

Day 11: Nimaling – Kangmaru La – Churikimo – Trek over Gongmaru La Pass at 5100 m / 16730 ft. The pass will be marked by numerous prayer flags and you will be able to look onto the spectacular views of the Ladakh and Zanskar Ranges to the north and south. Descend down on other side of the pass into the Indus Valley. The trek descends steeply through a narrow gorge before opening near a hot spring at Churikimo – our camp site for today.

Day 12: Churikomo – Hemis – Leh – There is a clear track which you can follow along the valley and over a bridge into Shang Sumdo village (3450 m / 11318 ft). Drive back to Leh for a well deserved rest!

Day 13: Leh – Day at leisure. You can spend the day exploring Leh town

Day 14: Delhi – Leh – Early morning, you will be transferred to airport to board your return flight to Delhi. Met on arrival and transferred to your hotel for overnight stay. Remainder of the day at leisure. (Optional: You can visit monuments of Delhi in the afternoon on direct payment)

Day 15: Depart Delhi – Transfer to airport in time for your departure for onward destination.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

Question: What is the starting point of the tour?
Answer: The tour begins in Delhi, the capital city of India.

Question: How do we reach Leh from Delhi?
Answer: You will take an early morning flight from Delhi to Leh, providing stunning views of the Himalayan mountain ranges during the journey.

Question: What makes Hemis Monastery special?
Answer: Hemis Monastery is the largest and most significant monastery in Ladakh, renowned for its gold statues, precious stones, and priceless Thankas, showcasing deep spiritual and cultural heritage.

Question: Could you elaborate on the Markha Valley Trek?
Answer: The Markha Valley Trek is a multi-day adventure through picturesque villages, river crossings, and high mountain passes, offering a unique immersion in Ladakh’s natural beauty and local culture.

Question: What experiences can we expect during the trekking part of the tour?
Answer: The trek encompasses varied terrains, river crossings, visits to ancient monasteries like Skiu Gompa, and awe-inspiring passes like Ganda La and Gongmaru La, creating an unforgettable exploration of Ladakh’s rugged landscapes.

Question: Is acclimatization considered in the tour plan?
Answer: Yes, the itinerary includes rest days and gradual altitude gain to ensure proper acclimatization to Ladakh’s high altitudes.

Question: What are the highlights of Leh town?
Answer: Leh town boasts Tibetan-Buddhist monasteries like Shankar Monastery and Shanti Stupa, as well as the captivating Shey Monastery with its towering Maitreya Buddha statue.

Question: Why is Gongmaru La Pass notable?
Answer: Gongmaru La Pass, at an elevation of 5100 meters, offers breathtaking panoramic views of the Ladakh and Zanskar Ranges, accompanied by fluttering prayer flags that enhance the spiritual experience.

Question: Is the tour suitable for beginners in trekking?
Answer: The tour requires a moderate level of fitness due to the trekking involved. While not overly strenuous, having some prior trekking experience would be beneficial.

Question: What items should I pack for this tour?
Answer: Recommended items include warm clothing, comfortable trekking shoes, a high-quality backpack, a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, a water bottle, and any personal medications or essentials you may need.

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9N/10D Kumaon Village Trek

Maral Village Rishikesh Uttrakhand

Embark on a captivating 10-day journey through the heart of Uttarakhand, where every step leads you deeper into the region’s rich cultural tapestry and breathtaking landscapes.

Tour Overview

Starting in Delhi, you’ll traverse from the bustling city to the tranquil Kumaon hills. After an overnight train journey to Kathgodam, the adventure unfolds with an easy walk to Chittai, where the mesmerizing Chittai Bell Temple stands as a testament to devotion. The exploration continues with a trek through dense oak and rhododendron forests in Binsar Sanctuary, where Zero Point’s panoramic view leaves you in awe. As you venture to Deora Village, time seems to stand still, revealing the beauty of ancient temples, traditional Kumaoni cuisine, and heartfelt interactions with villagers.

Further along, the path to Paliu Village unveils the vibrant tapestry of local life, highlighted by terraced fields, charming flour mills, and picturesque villages. The journey ascends to Sokyatal, offering breathtaking valley vistas and unforgettable sunsets. Your footsteps lead to the timeless Jageshwar Temples, an architectural marvel that echoes with tales of the past. Finally, returning to Delhi, you’ll have the option to extend your adventure by adding a visit to Corbett National Park, where encounters with majestic tigers and diverse wildlife await, creating a perfect finale to this enchanting journey.

Best  Season for trekking : Round the year except July & August
Total Duration: 10 Days
Trekking days: 5
Trek grade: Easy
Max altitude: 1650 m

Destinations Covered

Kathgodam: Your train journey takes you to the gateway of Uttarakhand, Kathgodam. Nestled amidst picturesque hills, it serves as the starting point for your adventure.

Almora (Kalmatia Sangam): Settle into the tranquil embrace of Almora’s Kalmatia Sangam, a haven of serenity. Embark on an easy walk to Chittai, where the Chittai Bell Temple’s unique petitions and stunning views reveal the area’s spiritual and natural beauty.

Binsar Sanctuary: Traverse through dense oak and rhododendron forests, reaching Zero Point for breathtaking vistas. The downhill trek to Shiva Temple and the scenic path to Kangarchina unveil the sanctuary’s diverse landscapes.

Deora Village: Journey to Deora, where ancient temples, intricate carvings, and warm hospitality create an authentic Kumaoni experience. Immerse yourself in local life, savor traditional cuisine, and relish tales of bygone eras.

Paliu Village: Walk through charming villages, terraced fields, and forests, connecting with Kumaoni culture along the way. Paliu Village’s vibrant traditions and friendly residents offer an intimate glimpse into rural life.

Sokyatal: Ascend through pine forests and terraced fields to reach Sokyatal, where stunning Himalayan panoramas and awe-inspiring sunsets paint the sky with vibrant hues.

Jageshwar Temples: Delve into the past at Jageshwar, where ancient temples narrate stories of centuries gone by. Marvel at the intricate architecture and absorb the spiritual ambiance of this sacred complex.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 01: Arrive Delhi – Meet on arrival and transfer to your hotel for overnight stay.

Day 02: Delhi – Kathgodam – Enjoy sightseeing of of Delhi. Late evening transfer to railway station to board overnight train to Kathgodam. Overnight onboard train.

Day 03: Kathgodam – Almora (Kalmatia Sangam) – Met on arrival at Kathgodam railway station and transfer to Kalmatia Sangam. After breakfast start an easy walk to Chittai. The Chittai bell temple is dedicated to Golu Devta (god of justice and peculiar to Kumaon). The temple is hung with petitions and bells of all shapes and sizes brought by grateful devotees. The walking path starts from the resort through Chir (pine) forests via Sintola with good views into the valley and Himalya range. After temple visit walk back to the resort. Overnight stay at Kalmatia Sangam

Day 04: Kalmatia Sangam (Binsar Sanctuary Walk) – After breakfast drive to Binsar. Walk up to Zero Point through dense oak and rhododendron forests. Enjoy the view and hike downhill to Shiva temple. From there trek initially further downhill and then follow the western Binsar ridge towards Kangarchina. A very scenic walk with good views of the Himalaya on one side and the terraced valley on the other side. On route enjoy a packed lunch. Drive back to resort.

Day 05: Kalmatia Sangam – Deora Village – After breakfast start the village walk through picturesque villages along terraced fields, waterfalls, along a winding stream and Chir (pine) forests. This gentle walk through valleys then takes you up to the village of Deora. Before reaching Deora you visit the 1000 year old temples of Kali and Vishnu. Overnight at Deora. A lovely village with wonderfully carved doors and windows overlooking the valley with the the ancient temples. Freshen up and enjoy a welcome drink while the traditional and delicious Kumaoni dinner is cooked by the villagers, where the landlord while preparing it hops in and out of his fields to get fresh veggies and herbs for your meal.  Guests are welcome to watch and help! Relax, chat with the locals listening to tales of the past.

Day 06: Deora – Paliu Village – Today walking on the old village trails you pass through several villages which gives you a fantastic impression of Kumaoni local life, where the old traditions and culture are still part of their daily routine lives. You pass villages where the castes are strictly segregated, walk through terraced fields then along traditional irrigation channels and finally climb up to Paliu village. As everywhere in the Kumaon the people are friendly, curious in a childlike manner and more than happy to answer questions and be photographed. The walk takes you past ancient flour mills, where you can stop and see how they work.

Day 07: Paliu – Sokyatal

Walking through chir pine forest along terraced fields and a few scattered small villages the path now climbs steadily up to Sokyatal amidst forests of oak and rhododendron. (If you can make it between mid Feb. and Apr. you will be rewarded with the lovely sight of the rhododendron flowers in bloom, a blaze of colour). The Himalayan and panoramic valley views from the top of this ridge are magnificent. The grand finale is the setting sun covering the peaks with fire. Stretch out with refreshment in the quaint, stone courtyard looking down into the Jageshwar valley.

Day 08: Sokyatal – Jageshwar Temples – Kalmatia Sangam – Walk from Jawalbanj to Jageshwar through terraced fields, villages and magnificent cedar forests. At Jageshwar you can visit the ancient temple complex built by the Chand and Katyuri rulers between 8th. and 12th. Century A.D. Drive back to the resort you can see the prehistoric rock art at Lakhudiar. Overnight stay at Kalmatia Sangam.

Day 09: Kalmatia – Delhi – Day at leisure. Later evening you will be transferred to Kathgodam railway station to board overnight train to Delhi.

Day 10: Arrive & depart Delhi – Arrive Delhi in the morning. Transfer o a hotel for wash/ change. Later you will be transferred to international airport for onward journey.

Add on suggestion: Corbett National Park – Corbett National Park is known for its tigers and a host of other animals including 600 species of birds; it is one of the few parks in the North that is home to wild elephants. From Kalmatia Sangam, you can drive to Corbett for 2-3 days of Jungle activities before returning to Delhi.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

Q: How can I reach the tour’s starting point in Delhi?
A: Delhi is easily accessible by air, train, or road from major cities in India.

Q: How long is the train journey from Delhi to Kathgodam?
A: The train ride from Delhi to Kathgodam takes around 8-9 hours overnight.

Q: Are the walking paths suitable for beginners?
A: Yes, the paths are designed to accommodate participants of various fitness levels.

Q: What’s the experience of the walk to Chittai from Kalmatia Sangam?
A: The walk to Chittai offers serene paths through forests, leading to the unique Chittai Bell Temple with beautiful valley views.

Q: How challenging is the trek through Binsar Sanctuary?
A: The trek is moderately challenging, passing through oak and rhododendron forests. Zero Point rewards with panoramic views.

Q: What can I expect from the cultural experiences in Deora Village?
A: Deora Village immerses you in Kumaoni culture, ancient temples, and traditional cuisine for an authentic encounter.

Q: What’s special about Sokyatal?
A: Sokyatal offers stunning Himalayan views and sunsets. Walking through pine forests provides a natural connection.

Q: What can I explore at the Jageshwar Temples?
A: The historic Jageshwar Temples showcase intricate architecture and spiritual heritage, offering a glimpse into India’s past.

Q: Is the Corbett National Park extension recommended?
A: Yes, the extension provides an exciting wildlife experience, encountering tigers and diverse wildlife in a renowned national park.

Q: How do I plan my departure from Delhi after the tour?
A: The tour ends with a transfer to a hotel in Delhi for freshening up before departing from the international airport, ensuring a comfortable conclusion to your journey.

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8N/9D Roopkund Trek

roopkund trek

Embark on a mesmerizing 9-day expedition through the captivating landscapes of the Garhwal Himalayas.

Tour Overview

Commencing in Delhi, you’ll be transported to the spiritual haven of Rishikesh, where the tranquil Ganges River flows. From there, the journey leads to Mundoli, traversing scenic routes via Dev Prayag, Rudra Prayag, and Karanprayag. As the adventure unfolds, you’ll trek through awe-inspiring paths from Mundoli to Bedni Bugyal, a lush green meadow adorned with diverse flowers and a serene lake. A day of rest and exploration at Bedni Bugyal grants insight into its spiritual significance and natural beauty.

Continuing the trek to Bagubassa, you’ll encounter the enchanting Bhram Kamal flowers, a true wonder of the Himalayas. The path then leads to Roopkund, a destination shrouded in mystique, where alpine pastures meet snow fields and the remnants of a centuries-old mystery come to light. The journey retraces to Bedni Bugyal and onward to Wan, where the final leg of the expedition begins. Returning to Rishikesh, memories of breathtaking landscapes and the allure of the Himalayas will remain etched in your heart as you depart from Delhi, bidding farewell to an unforgettable odyssey.

Trek Region: Uttarakhand – Indian Himalayas.
Best  Season for trekking : June, September and October
Total Duration: 09 Days
Trekking days: 5
Trek grade: Moderate to strenuous
Max altitude: 5030 m

Destinations Covered

Delhi: Your journey commences in Delhi, a bustling metropolis that seamlessly blends ancient heritage with modern vibrancy. As the capital of India, Delhi offers a glimpse into the country’s rich history and diverse culture.

Rishikesh: Nestled on the banks of the sacred Ganges River, Rishikesh is a haven for spirituality and wellness. With its tranquil ambiance and iconic suspension bridge, it’s a perfect starting point for your Himalayan adventure.

Mundoli: This picturesque village, accessed via Dev Prayag, Rudra Prayag, and Karanprayag, offers a scenic drive through charming landscapes. Mundoli serves as a gateway to the Garhwal Himalayas, setting the stage for your trekking expedition.

Wan: As the road head for your trek, Wan welcomes you with its serene beauty. The quaint village provides the starting point for your trekking adventure, leading you into the heart of the Himalayas.

Bedni Bugyal: This captivating green meadow is adorned with a myriad of blooming flowers, creating a spellbinding vista. The serene lake and the small temple add a spiritual touch to the natural beauty, making it an idyllic resting place.

Bagubassa: True to its name, Bagubassa is a flowery park amidst the Himalayas. This unique location showcases the rare Bhram Kamal flowers and offers a glimpse of the region’s diverse and vibrant flora.

Roopkund: The enigmatic Roopkund Lake, nestled at a high altitude, reveals its eerie secrets as you trek through alpine pastures and snow fields. The sight of ancient human and equine skeletons provides a mystifying connection to history.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 1: Arrive Delhi – Rishikesh (224 Kms 6-7 hrs drive) – Early morning arrival at Delhi international airport ,  meet to us at airport and drive to Rishikesh and on arrival check-in into the hotel. Evening you will be free to explore the area. Dinner and overnight stay in hotel/camp

Day 2: Rishikesh – Mundoli ( 215 kms/ 7-8 hrs) – After an early breakfast drive to Mundoli via Dev Prayag, Rudra Prayag and Karanprayag. Arrival at Mundoli by evening. Dinner and overnight stay in Camps.

Day 3: Mundoli – Wan – Bedni Bugyal (3350 mts/11000 ft) – In the morning drive 10 kms to Wan, which is the road head for the trek. Today we will trek 11 km (5-6 hrs) to reach Bedni Bugyal, probably one of the best camping sites in the Garhwal Himalayas. Dinner and overnight stay in Camps.

Day 4: Bedni Bugyal – Rest day for acclimatization/Exploratory day. Bedni Bugyal: Bedni Bugyal is a charming green meadow adorned with flowers in a spell binding varieties, in full bloom. There is a small lake situated in the midst of the meadow, where Tarpans are offered by the devotees. Situated nearby is a small temple where the devotees pay there obeisance, during their halt at Bedni Bugyal. Overnight in Camp.

Day 5: Bedni Bugyal – Bagubassa (4100 mts/13450 ft) – After breakfast trek to Bagubassa. Bagua means flowery park and Basa means place. And rightly the place was full of variety of flowers including the rare Bhram Kamal, a special godly lotus found at only and between the altitudes of 14000 – 15000 ft. Today we will trek 10 km, taking about 4-5 hrs to reach today’s campsite at Bagubassa. Dinner and overnight in Camp.

Day 6: Bagubassa – Roopkund (4450 mts/14600 ft) – Bedni Bugyal – Bhagubasa to Roopkund is easy walking in the flat but in morens ½ hour climbing with same view as last day. (4-5 hours). Kaluka Vinayak (pass) descending till to patar nachwani. The trek to Roopkund passes through delightful alpine pasture lands and snow fields, offering magnificent views of the Trisul, Nanda Ghunti, Badrinath peaks when the snow melts, human and equine skeletons remains can be seen. Some of them with flesh attached. These remains have been preserved in the alpine condition for centuries. It is believed that these are the remains of about 300 persons who died about 500 -600 years ago. In the afternoon trek back to Bedni Bugyal for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 7: Bedni Bugyal – Wan (2436 mts/8000 ft) – Retrace your steps towards Wan. This will take 3-4 hrs. Dinner and overnight in tents.

Day 8: Wan – Rishikesh (2200 mts /7200 ft) – After an early breakfast drive to Rishikesh. Lunch en-route and on arrival at Rishikesh check into hotel/Camp for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 9: Rishikesh – Delhi Departure – After an early breakfast drive to Delhi and arrival directly transfer to airport to take late evening flight to home

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

Q: How do I reach the starting point of the tour in Delhi?
A: You can reach Delhi by air, train, or road, as it is well-connected to major cities in India.

Q: What is the total duration of the tour?
A: The tour spans over 9 days, allowing you to immerse yourself in the beauty of the Garhwal Himalayas.

Q: What is the highlight of Rishikesh on this tour?
A: Rishikesh, known for its spiritual ambiance and the Ganges River, serves as the serene starting point for your Himalayan adventure.

Q: What kind of terrain can I expect during the trekking part of the tour?
A: The trekking terrain varies from picturesque meadows like Bedni Bugyal to alpine pastures and snow fields around Roopkund.

Q: Are there any rest days during the trek?
A: Yes, a rest day is allocated at Bedni Bugyal, allowing for acclimatization and exploration of the surroundings.

Q: What is the significance of Roopkund?
A: Roopkund is a high-altitude lake with ancient human and equine skeletons, offering a glimpse into a centuries-old mystery.

Q: Are there opportunities for cultural experiences during the tour?
A: While the focus is on natural beauty and trekking, the tour does pass through charming villages and towns like Rishikesh, providing cultural interactions.

Q: Is this trek suitable for beginners?
A: The trek involves moderate to challenging terrains, so some prior trekking experience and a reasonable level of fitness would be beneficial.

Q: What kind of accommodations can I expect during the tour?
A: Accommodations range from hotels in Delhi and Rishikesh to campsites in picturesque locations like Bedni Bugyal and Bagubassa.

Q: How should I plan my departure from Delhi at the end of the tour?
A: The tour concludes in Delhi, where you will have a transfer to the airport for your departure, allowing you to fly back home with cherished memories.

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10N/11D Kuari Pass Trek

Kuari Pass Trek

Embark on an exhilarating 11-day journey that takes you from the vibrant streets of Delhi to the serene landscapes of Rishikesh and beyond.

Tour Overview

Begin your adventure with a scenic train ride to Rishikesh, the Yoga Capital of the world, where spirituality and meditation converge. Immerse yourself in the soothing vibes of the Ganga as you attend the evening aarti by the riverbanks. The next day, your trekking escapade commences as you drive to Ghat, the gateway to an enchanting expedition.

Traverse through picturesque villages, lush terraced fields, and dense jungles of wild silver oak and rhododendron, each step revealing the captivating allure of the region. As you ascend towards Kauri Pass, be captivated by panoramic vistas of snow-capped peaks, including Nanda Devi and Kamet. Savor the tranquility of Chitrakantha meadows, granting you a day to adjust and explore.

Descend to the skiing haven of Auli, where wide-angle views of the Himalayan giants unfold before your eyes. Conclude your odyssey back in Rishikesh, carrying the memories of awe-inspiring landscapes and the enriching experience of the Himalayas.

Trek Region: Uttarakhand (Kumaun) Indian Himalayas.
Best  Season for trekking : February to May, September to November.
Total Duration: 11 Days
Trekking days: 7
Trek grade: Moderate
Max altitude: 4270 m

Destinations Covered

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 1:  Delhi –  Rishikesh (245 Kms 6 Hrs) – Board the early morning train departing from New Delhi to reach Haridwar/Rishikesh. Transfer to a hotel in Rishikesh, a pilgrim township, a spiritual hub and a favourite meditation centre which also happens to be the Yoga Capital of the world. After lunch, there is a choice to raft on the Ganga till short of Rishikesh. In the evening explore the township and attend the aarti (evening prayers) by the banks of the river Ganga. Stay overnight in the hotel.

Day 2: Drive Rishikesh to Ghat 7-8 hrs. – Morning drive to Ghat,the starting point to begin our walk.Enroute witness the holiest confluences of  the area namely Deoprayag,Rudraprayag,Karnprayag & Nandprayag. Arrive  the campsite in the evening where you will be welcome by our Trek staff.

Day 3: Ghat – Ramni / Ghunni 6-7 hrs – Today we begin walking, and memorable walking it is ! The trek is gradual with ascending and descending. The countryside is fascinating green and dramatic with distant peaks always in view.We go through enchanting little villages of thatched mud houses, terraces and lush agricultural scenery. The people here are immensely attractive.Meals and Overnight in camp.

Day 4: Ramni/ Jhenji 4-5 hrs – Its a beautiful walk through the jungle of wild silver oak and rhododendron to village Jhenji. Enroute enjoy the view of snowcapped peaks from Ramnipass.

Day 5: Jhenji/ Pana 5-6 hrs – The country now is wild and lovely with more descending and ascending to village of Pana and the impressive suspension bridge.Meals and overnight in camp.

Day 6: Pana – Dhakwani (3341m) 6-7 hrs
Today a long but immensely satisfying climb on up towards Kauri pass brings us to Dhakwani. Its high and chilly and isolated and very impressive. In the distance we will see peaks of up to 6000mtrs. Meals and overnight in Camp.

Day 7: Dhakwani/ Chitrakantha  4-5 hrs
Over the Kauri Pass today, with unforgettably beautiful mountain view, considered by some to be among the finest in the world. Here are we on the edge of the great divide between the Lesser and the Greater Himalaya. After the pass trek passesthrough beautiful alpine meadows. We always have spectacular view of mighty Himalayan peaks of Nanda Devi (7817mtrs),Kamet(7756mtrs),Dronagiri(7066mtrs)Kedarnath (6940mtrs)Hathi Parbat(6727 meters) & Neelkanth(6596mtrs).Arrive and camp in beautiful meadows.Meals and overnight in camp.

Day 8: Chitrakantha
Day free to adjust or to explore. Meals and overnight in camp.

Day 9: Chitrakantha/ Auli – Morning enjoy the stunning wide angled view of mighty Himalayan peaks and then we walk down to the skiing resort of Auli.Meals and overnight in Camp.

Day 10: Auli/ Rishikesh – Board our waiting vehicle and drive back to Rishikesh. Stay overnight in the hotel.

Day 11: Rishikesh/ Delhi 7-8 hrs- After an early morning breakfast, set out for Delhi. Tour ends upon arrival at Delhi.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

Q: How do I reach Rishikesh, the starting point of the tour?
A: You will board an early morning train from New Delhi, which will take you to Haridwar/Rishikesh.

Q: What can I expect to experience in Rishikesh?
A: Rishikesh is a spiritual hub known for its meditation centers and the evening aarti (prayers) by the Ganga. You’ll have the option to explore the town and even go rafting on the Ganga.

Q: What are the highlights of the trekking portion of the tour?
A: The trek encompasses enchanting villages, lush landscapes, and stunning views of the Himalayan peaks, culminating in the Kauri Pass experience.

Q: How challenging is the trekking terrain?
A: The trek involves gradual ascents and descents, providing a mix of moderate to slightly challenging paths through forests, villages, and meadows.

Q: What is the significance of Kauri Pass?
A: Kauri Pass offers unforgettable views of the Himalayan peaks and marks the division between the Lesser and Greater Himalayas.

Q: Is there any free time during the tour?
A: Yes, you’ll have a day at Chitrakantha to adjust or explore the surroundings.

Q: Can I expect comfortable accommodations during the tour?
A: Yes, you’ll stay in hotels in Rishikesh and camps in various scenic locations, ensuring a comfortable and immersive experience.

Q: Are there any special activities or attractions on the itinerary?
A: The itinerary includes attending the evening aarti in Rishikesh, trekking through captivating villages, exploring stunning meadows, and witnessing panoramic Himalayan views.

Q: How does the tour conclude?
A: The tour ends with your return to Rishikesh, where you’ll have the chance to unwind and reflect on your Himalayan adventure before departing for Delhi.

Q: What are the main takeaways from this tour?
A: This tour offers a unique blend of spiritual experiences in Rishikesh, exhilarating trekking through scenic landscapes, and the opportunity to witness the majestic Himalayan peaks up close, creating lasting memories of natural beauty and cultural exploration.

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7N/8D Valley of Flowers Tour

Valley Of Flowers

The Valley of Flowers, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, unveils a captivating kaleidoscope of rare wildflowers against the majestic backdrop of snow-crowned peaks, offering an enchanting sanctuary for nature enthusiasts and trekkers alike. This 10-kilometer long valley is a paradise of vibrant colors and fragrances, showcasing nature’s artistic brilliance.

Tour Overview

Embark on a captivating journey from the bustling city of Delhi to the serene town of Rishikesh. Indulge in an early morning drive through picturesque landscapes to reach Rishikesh, where you’ll unwind in a pre-booked hotel. Your adventure continues as you proceed to the charming hill station of Auli, relishing a hearty breakfast en route. Immerse yourself in the beauty of Auli, surrounded by majestic mountains, and settle into your hotel. From there, you’ll trek from Joshimath to the tranquil village of Ghangaria, your gateway to the breathtaking Valley of Flowers.

Discover a myriad of rare wildflowers set against the dramatic backdrop of snow-clad peaks during your 5 km trek to the valley. Another day brings a 6 km trek to the spiritual Hemkundsahib, where a serene lake and Gurudwara await amidst the mountains. Return to Ghangaria to rest. As your journey continues, you’ll retrace your steps to Govindghat before driving to Rudraprayag for a well-earned break. Experience the tranquil vibes of Rishikesh once again before bidding farewell and returning to Delhi, where your memorable expedition concludes.

Destinations Covered

Rishikesh: Nestled along the banks of the holy Ganges River, Rishikesh is renowned for its spiritual significance and natural beauty. A haven for yoga and meditation enthusiasts, it offers serene ashrams, picturesque ghats, and the iconic Laxman Jhula suspension bridge, providing a tranquil escape.

Auli: Situated amidst the Garhwal Himalayas, Auli captivates with its snow-capped peaks and lush meadows. A paradise for skiers in winter, it transforms into a panoramic landscape during summer, inviting trekkers and nature enthusiasts to revel in its breathtaking vistas.

Ghangaria: A quaint village that serves as the gateway to the Valley of Flowers and Hemkundsahib, Ghangaria is a place of serenity. Surrounded by towering mountains, it offers a comfortable stay for adventurers embarking on treks to these magnificent sites.

Valley of Flowers: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Valley of Flowers unfolds like a vivid tapestry of colors and fragrances. With its rare and diverse floral species, set against the backdrop of towering peaks, this valley is a hiker’s dream and a photographer’s paradise.

Hemkundsahib: At an impressive altitude, Hemkundsahib is a revered Sikh pilgrimage site. The crystal-clear lake and the Gurudwara by its shores exude a spiritual aura amidst the grandeur of the surrounding peaks, offering a unique blend of devotion and natural beauty.

Govindghat: The starting point for the trek to Ghangaria, Govindghat is a bustling hamlet located at the confluence of the Alaknanda and Lakshman Ganga rivers. It’s a vital stop for pilgrims and trekkers alike, offering a glimpse into the vibrant local culture.

Rudraprayag: Named after Lord Shiva, this town is nestled at the confluence of the Alaknanda and Mandakini rivers. The town’s spiritual significance, combined with its scenic setting, makes it a serene spot to unwind and reflect.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 01:Delhi – Rishikesh

Early morning we will start our journey to Rishikesh by Car. Arrive at Rishikesh. Check-in at a pre booked hotel.

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Day 2: Rishikesh– Auli(250kms/ 09hrs)

After a hearty breakfast we will check-out from hotel and drive to Auli. Reach and check in at hotel. Overnight stay.

Day 3: Auli- Govindghat–Ghangaria (01 hrs drive/14 hrs trek)

Early morning at 0600 hrs we leave from Joshimath for Govindghat, which is the starting point for the trek. From Govindghat there is a gradual ascent along a well – maintained pilgrim trail to the camp at Ghangaria – the base from where day walks can be made into the valley of flowers.

GovindghatArrange porters and prepare for the trek. After a light breakfast, 14 km trek up to Ghangaria. On arrive check in hotel. Overnight stay in Ghangaria hotel.

Day 4 : Ghangaria – Valley Of Flowers – Ghangaria

After breakfast 5 km trek to Valley Of Flowers (3858 m ) from Ghangaria.

The valley is an enchanting sight with an impressive array of rare wildflowers like brahma kamal, fane Kamal with range of small multicolored flowers make it a delight for travelers. The snowclad peaks including Nilgiri Parbat (6474 m) stand in bold relief against the skyline.

Pushpawati stream valley of flowersThe valley is 10 kms long, 2 kms wide, and is divided by the Pushpawati stream, into which several tiny streams and waterfalls merge. After enjoying the beauty of valley we come back to Ghangaria. Overnight stay in Ghangaria hotel.

Day 5: Ghangaria – Hemkundsahib – Ghangaria

After breakfast 6 km trek to Hemkundsahib (4329 m) from Ghangaria.

Hemkund SahibThis is quite a steep climb. In the Sikh holy book, the Granth Sahib, the Sikh Guru Gobind Singh recounts that in a previous life, he meditated on the shores of a lake surrounded by seven snowcapped mountains now recognized by Hemkund. We visit Lake & Gurudwara. Again 6 km trek back to Ghangaria. Overnight stay in Ghangaria hotel.

Day 6: Ghangaria – Govindghat–Rudraprayag (05 hrs)


After breakfast leave for Govindghat on the trek of 14 kms to reach Govindghat and we drive to Rudraprayag. On arrive check in at hotel.

Day 7: Rudraprayag – Rishikesh (165 Kms /05-6hrs)

After a hearty breakfast we will check-out from hotel and drive to Rishikesh. Reach and check in at hotel. Overnight stay.

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Day 8: Rishikesh – Delhi

Today is the last day of the tour. After Breakfast we will start our journey to Delhi. Arrival at Delhi. Drop at Hotel/Airport.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

Q: What is the duration of the tour?
A: The tour spans over 8 days, allowing you to explore various destinations in and around Rishikesh.

Q: What is the highlight of Rishikesh?
A: Rishikesh is known for its spiritual ambiance, yoga retreats, and the iconic Laxman Jhula bridge over the Ganges.

Q: What can I expect in Auli during the summer?
A: Auli in the summer transforms into a picturesque landscape with lush meadows, offering great trekking opportunities and breathtaking mountain views.

Q: How do I reach the Valley of Flowers from Ghangaria?
A: The Valley of Flowers is accessible by a 5 km trek from Ghangaria. This trek takes you through a stunning variety of wildflowers against the backdrop of towering peaks.

Q: Is Hemkundsahib accessible year-round?
A: Hemkundsahib is typically accessible during the summer months. The steep 6 km trek takes you to a serene lake and a revered Sikh Gurudwara, offering spiritual and natural beauty.

Q: What is the significance of Govindghat?
A: Govindghat is the starting point for the trek to Ghangaria and acts as a vital stop for pilgrims and trekkers. It’s located at the confluence of the Alaknanda and Lakshman Ganga rivers.

Q: What makes the Valley of Flowers a UNESCO World Heritage Site?
A: The Valley of Flowers is a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its unique collection of rare and diverse floral species, creating a stunning natural spectacle.

Q: What are the accommodation options in Ghangaria?
A: Ghangaria offers various hotels and lodges, providing comfortable accommodation for trekkers and nature enthusiasts.

Q: Can I experience skiing in Auli during this tour?
A: This tour primarily covers the summer season, during which skiing opportunities in Auli might be limited. Auli is more known for its skiing activities during the winter months.

Q: What can I explore in Delhi on the last day?
A: In Delhi, you can explore historical sites like the Red Fort, India Gate, Qutub Minar, and markets like Chandni Chowk before concluding the tour.

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3N/4D Chopta Tungnath Chandrashila Trekking Tour


Tour Overview

Embark on a captivating journey to Chopta, a picturesque haven nestled amidst nature’s splendor. Our adventure commences with an early start, leading us to Chopta by evening. Upon arrival, we’ll settle into our hotel, immersing ourselves in the tranquility of the surroundings and the local market’s vibrancy. As the sun graces Chopta with its rays the following morning, we’ll savor the breathtaking views before embarking on the Tungnath and Chandrashila Trek.

This enchanting trek, though short and easy, promises to be a visual delight. With altitudes ranging from 8,790 ft. to 7,841 ft., the journey takes approximately 4 hours, rewarding us with captivating landscapes. Evenings invite us back to our hotel for dinner and a serene overnight stay. The adventure continues with the Deoria Tal Trek, offering a 3-4 hour journey to a stunning lake surrounded by nature’s splendor. After a hearty lunch at the hotel, the remainder of the day unfolds for exploration.

As the sun sets on this remarkable journey, we embark on our homeward path, cherishing the memories of Chopta’s beauty and tranquility until we reach home by evening.

Destinations Covered

Chopta: Nestled amidst the breathtaking natural beauty of the Himalayas, Chopta offers a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of urban life. With lush green meadows, dense forests, and clear skies, Chopta is a paradise for nature enthusiasts. The local market adds a touch of vibrancy, offering glimpses into the local culture and traditions.

Tungnath and Chandrashila Trek: The Tungnath and Chandrashila trek promises a mesmerizing journey through enchanting landscapes. The trek, though relatively short and easy, is a treat for both beginners and experienced trekkers. The sacred Tungnath Temple, nestled amidst the mountains, offers a spiritual and scenic experience. The trek to Chandrashila Peak rewards with panoramic views that are especially magical during sunrise and sunset.

Deoria Tal: Deoria Tal, a pristine alpine lake, captivates with its crystal-clear waters surrounded by lush forests and lofty peaks. The trek to Deoria Tal is gentle and inviting, making it an ideal choice for those looking to explore nature at a relaxed pace. The tranquility of the lake’s surroundings and the mirror-like reflections on its surface create a captivating ambiance.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 1 : To Chopta

We will start our journey early in the Morning.

chopta Reach Chopta by Evening. Hotel check-in and rest. Explore the natural surroundings and the local market.


Overnight at Hotel

Day 2 : Tungnath and Chandrashila Trek

Wake up early to enjoy the beautiful morning view of Chopta. After Breakfast We will start the Tungnath & Chanddrashila Trek. Its fairly and easy & short Trek but very beautiful.


Chandrashila Trek ChoptaAltitude : 8,790 ft.(2679 m) to 7841 ft. (2390 m)

Time Taken : 4 Hours.

By evening, back to hotel

Dinner & Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 3 : Deoria Tal Trek

After breakfast we will start our trek to the scenic Deoria Tal. It is an easy trek and will take about 3-4 hours.

Deoriya Taal

We will be back to hotel for Lunch. Rest of the day free to explore the beautiful natural surroundings.

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Day 4 : Journey Back Home

We will start our journey early in the Morning. Reach home by Evening.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

Q: What is the Chopta tour all about?
A: The Chopta tour is a nature-centric journey to explore the serene beauty of Chopta, its picturesque surroundings, and the exhilarating treks to Tungnath, Chandrashila, and Deoria Tal.

Q: How do we reach Chopta?
A: The journey to Chopta begins with an early start, and we travel by road to reach this charming destination.

Q: What can we expect during the Tungnath and Chandrashila Trek?
A: The Tungnath and Chandrashila Trek offers a short and easy trekking experience with breathtaking views. It includes a visit to the sacred Tungnath Temple and rewards trekkers with panoramic vistas from Chandrashila Peak.

Q: How long does the Tungnath and Chandrashila Trek take?
A: The trek takes approximately 4 hours, allowing participants to enjoy the natural beauty and capture stunning landscapes along the way.

Q: What is the altitude range during the trek?
A: The trek covers altitudes from 8,790 ft. (2679 m) to 7,841 ft. (2390 m), allowing trekkers to experience a gradual change in the landscape and scenery.

Q: Tell us about the Deoria Tal Trek.
A: The Deoria Tal Trek is an easy and scenic trek that takes around 3-4 hours. It leads to a beautiful alpine lake surrounded by lush forests and towering peaks.

Q: What is the accommodation like during the tour?
A: Accommodation is provided in comfortable hotels with serene surroundings. The hotels offer a peaceful stay to rejuvenate after the day’s adventures.

Q: Can beginners participate in these treks?
A: Yes, both beginners and experienced trekkers can enjoy the treks. The Tungnath and Chandrashila Trek is relatively easy, making it accessible for various fitness levels.

Q: How do we start our journey back home?
A: The journey back home begins with an early morning departure, allowing us to reach our homes by evening, carrying with us memories of the tour.

Q: What is the best time to embark on this tour?
A: The best time to undertake this tour is during the months when the weather is pleasant and the treks are accessible, typically from spring to autumn.

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