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Gaumukh and Tapovan Trek - Tour
Gaumukh and Tapovan Trek
₹ 15,500
5 Nights 6 Days
Available on request
Gaumukh and Tapovan Trek
₹ 15,500
Gangotri Glacier is a well-known glacier in Garhwal Himalayas, situated in Uttarkashi district. The glacier originates at the northern slope of Chaukhamba ranges of peaks. This is not a single valley glacier, but a combination of several other glaciers is fed to it and it forms a huge mass of ice. The river Ganges river originates from the Gaumukh glacier & ends in the Bay of Bengal after covering a distance of about 2500KM through the world-famous tiger reserve ‘Sunder Van’ which is a delta. Gangotri is the base camp for high-altitude treks to Gaumukh and Tapovan. It is a serene, beautiful place. One can reach there only by trekking. It is an out of the world experience to trek in barren mountains, with little vegetation, but you tend to turn spiritual. One thing is for sure, it is not for fun, the journey tests you physically and mentally both. As you climb higher, transformation of landscape into lush green valley is truly overwhelming. The absolute wilderness of ethereal mountains is truly fascinating. Tapovan & Nandanvan are on two oppositely directed mountains from Gomukh. You have to cross over the Gaumukh (Gangotri glacier) to reach from Tapovan to Nandanvan. The major part of the trek is fairly easy with a few steep inclines. You should consider one trek to this mountain at least once in your life and it will change or modify your perspective. Views of the Bhagirathi peak and Shivling greet the entrance to the valley. How to Reach: By Air :-  Jolly Grant Airport Dehradun, Airport is just 25 km from the main city. There are daily flights from Mumbai, Bangalore and Delhi to Dehradun By Train :-  Take night train from Delhi to reach Dehradun Nandadevi Express - Train no: 12205 (Departure 11:50pm; Arrival - 5:40am) Dehradun Express - Train no: 12687 (Departure - 9:10pm; Arrival - 5:00am) By Bus: -  There are frequent buses from Delhi ISBT Kashmere Gate. We would suggest you to take only government buses from ISBT Kashmere Gate. Usually buses drop you at Dehradun ISBT. From there you can catch an auto which will take 15/20 mins to Dehradun Railway Station.  Tata Sumo or similar vehicles will pick-up you from Dehradun Railway Station at 6:00am to 6.30am.   read more read less
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Har Ki Dun - Tour
Har Ki Dun
₹ 10,900
6 Nights 7 Days
15 May
Har Ki Dun
₹ 10,900
Har ki Dun, which means Valley of Gods, is situated deep inside Govind Pashu National park. Rich in flora and fauna, the trails are quite often covered in different shades of orchids and other wild flowers. The area was made popular by the Doon school master Jack Gibson after his Banderpunch expeditions. Har Ki Dun Valley is a cradle-shaped hanging valley in the Garhwal Himalayas. It is surrounded by snow-covered peaks and alpine vegetation. It is connected to Baspa Valley by the Borasu Pass. Har Ki Dun is one of the most beautiful valleys in the Western Himalayas. From Har ki Dun one can see the entire North Face of Swargarohini (6,252 m) peak. The legends associated with it say that Swargarohini is the path to heaven that was followed by Pandavas of the epic Mahabharata. Though, the same story is also associated with the Swargarohini steps seen from Satopanth Lake, which lies ahead of Badrinath. Har Ki Dun trek is a classy river valley trail and it has never lost its charm to trekkers all over the world. Walking through the widespread valley, the remote villages, local lifestyle, culture and hospitality are not to be missed. The sunrise and sunset at Har Ki Dun needs special mention. Ample amount of snow makes it a compelling choice. Walking towards Marinda Tal/Jaundar glacier on the exploration day ignites the adrenaline in an adventurous mind. A winter wonderland and trekkers delight, the Har Ki Dun Trek is a stairway to heaven that will make you fall for its beauty. The thing that makes it an alluring trek is its accessibility both in summer as well as winter season. Har Ki Dun catchment area is a  major source of Yamuna River System and a main source of the largest tributary of Yamuna, the Tons river. ( Har Ki Dun and Ruinsara Nallah forms the beautiful Tamosa river near Osla. Tamosa flowing beside Taluka and below to Sankri merges with Supin River near Jakhol. Rupin and Supin combined together at Netwar forms the Tons River). This glacier carved spectacular valley is an amphitheatre ringed up by high spurs of rocky Himalayan range. Summer and monsoon brings life to this National park area and remains snow-covered in winter. Accessible for a longer duration of the year and Tea-Houses at Taluka, Seema and Har Ki Dun are compelling factors for many beginners to explore this route. Other attractions include the temple at Osla which is dedicated to Duryodhana, it was built by the inhabitants of Saur. It is about 13km from Sankri which lies on the steep mountain trail to Har Ki Dun. It is a 5,000-year formation of wooden chambers that are carved elegantly. This trek is heaven for nature lovers, adventure seekers and also shutterbugs. You can even spot various species of birds that thrive in this region. A mixture of exploration and adventure, trek and capturing some thrilling pictures on the trail is an experience of a lifetime.   read more read less
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Pindari Glacier Trek - Tour
Pindari Glacier Trek
₹ 14,800
7 Nights 8 Days
22 May and 30 May
Pindari Glacier Trek
₹ 14,800
One of the best places in India to enjoy the beauty of the mighty Hiamalayas. Pindari Galcier is located in the Bageshwar distict in Kumaon region state of Uttarakhand. For those who want to try their hand at adventure, this is the right place to do it. Best thing about this trek is the terrain is without litter and crowds. Traversing through thick forests with Pine, Rhododendron and Oak trees also you can enjoy crossing revulets along the way. The trail to the glacier takes you through a string of picturesque villages, Khati is the last inhabited village on the trail. Waterfalls, hanging valleys and jagged cliffs greet you at zero point where the trek ends. read more read less
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Spiti Valley Backpacking Trip - Tour
Spiti Valley Backpacking Trip
₹ 20,500
7 Nights 8 Days
22 May
Spiti Valley Backpacking Trip
₹ 20,500
Spiti means ‘The Middle Land’ and its lies between Tibet & tourists’ favourite, Himachal Pradesh, south-east of Ladakh. The most amazing trip of your life is through this wonderful mountain desert. Everything about it is so magical. Clean and clear blue waters, vegetation free, multicoloured mountains and a patch of green around the lakes. The dominant feature of Spiti valley is its Buddhist culture. Spiti is home to some thousand-year-old Gompas (Buddhist Monasteries) and Tibetan art. The place also boasts of the world's highest motorable and inhabited villages.   Spiti is a smaller and more untouched version of Ladakh, it is truly is one of the hidden wonders of the Himalayas in many ways, but be prepared for fairly basic conditions in some parts of Spiti. The terrain is harsh, desolate & inhospitable but your final destination makes it all worth it. The naked & rugged snow top mountains, sparsely populated villages at long distances, beautiful blue sky & equally beautiful blue Spiti River are the main features of this isolated land. A place where a lucky few can still find fossils in the valleys or manage to sight Snow Leopards, Ibex etc. Spiti is the land of several perennial rivers - Spiti, Pin and Chandra, whose gurgling sounds will soothe you in the night and whose ferocity will awe you when you travel alongside them in the day time. There are beautiful green rivers formed with the melting ice through the route. Kinnaur has these beautiful green mountains while Spiti turns to these dry Rocky Mountains. The people of this place are very friendly, but this place is not for people who need luxury and comforts.  Beauty of Spiti cannot be expressed, you need to experience it. The beauty of rugged yet gorgeous terrain once you cross Spillow village,small mountainous villages, stunning blue skies, pristine lakes and above all simplicity of locals will mesmerise you. This will come with a bonus of no mobile connectivity, so no disturbances from the outer world!   read more read less
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Adi Kailash and Om Parvat Trek - Tour
Adi Kailash and Om Parvat Trek
₹ 35,800
13 Nights 14 Days
18 Jun and 18 Jul
Adi Kailash and Om Parvat Trek
₹ 35,800
Adi Kailash, also known as Chota Kailash, is located in the Indian Himalayan range near Om Parvat in Pithoragarh district, Uttarakhand, and shares its border with the Northern side of Tibet and Nepal to the east. Adi Kailash and Om Parvat are considered sacred by Hindus. Pithoragarh district is one of the hidden treasures for trekkers, visitors, mountaineers as well as religious tourists. Your journey goes through charming alpine meadows, glaciers, high altitude lakes, lush green valleys and snow-capped mountains with a stunning Himalayan sunrise and sunset. ‘Tawaghat’ is the basecamp for Adi Kailash where the confluence of river Kali and East Dhauli river. Om Parvat is located near Nabhi Dhang camp (Nepal) on Mt Kailash yatra route. You can reach the Om Parvat base only by foot and the landscape and path is very serene, you will get amazed with mesmerizing views.   read more read less
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Valley of Flowers - Tour
Valley of Flowers
₹ 10,500
5 Nights 6 Days
25 Jul, 01 Aug, 08 Aug, and more
Valley of Flowers
₹ 10,500
Valley of flowers national park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, situated at an altitude of 3352 to 3658 meters above sea level, located in Uttarakhand State known for its most captivating meadows and endemic species of Alpine flowers. The park, open from June to September, offers a fantastic panoramic view with a vibrant green background, landscapes, skylines and cascading waterfalls. This valley was discovered by Frank S Smythe in the year 1931. Nature lovers, botanist, photographers, mountaineers all come to the valley of flowers from across the globe. The clouds, the high-altitude mountains and abundant waterfalls make this place a perfect go. As the clouds start coming down, you can barely see the enormous glacier to the right of and below. While you could spot a lot of familiar flowers, you will also witness some never before seen varieties of alpine flowers. For most of the year, the valley lies coated under layers of snow. It only opens up for nature enthusiasts in summer & monsoon. It's a paradise with beautiful and rare flowers everywhere. A base camp is a place named Ghangharia, where you can stay in hotels or tents. These are just functional accommodations without any luxurious frills. Once you enter the valley, the fragrance of flowers will quickly give you relief from tiredness. The valley in itself is 4-5 km inside and there are many points to enjoy the views. This is a good trek for those interested in bird watching, botany and nature in general. The beauty of the "Valley of Flowers National Park" and "Shri Hemkund Sahib" cannot be expressed in words and hence we recommend this at least once in a lifetime experience. read more read less
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Kashmir Great Lakes - Tour
Kashmir Great Lakes
₹ 14,200
7 Nights 8 Days
01 Aug and 30 Aug
Kashmir Great Lakes
₹ 14,200
The main highlights of the tour are the alpine lakes situated in the creeks of the Kashmir Valley. Altogether this tour gives us a close view of this undaunted paradise. The Kashmir great lakes trek is indeed a treat for the eyes. Kashmir Great Lakes trek is a trekking expedition of 70-72 km which commences from Sonamarg, reaches the highest point, Gadsar Pass at 13,750 feet and concludes at Naranag at 7450 feet. The trek is full of extensive mountain walking with some steep climbs and sharp descends. As the name indicates the Great Lakes trek comprises of a trekking expedition amidst some of the major lakes of Kashmir, which includes Gadsar, Vishansar, Kishansar, Nundkol, Gangabal and so on. Pristine and untouched, the lakes over here be it Dal Lake, Vishansar Lake or Gangabal Twin lakes are surreal and a rare sight. Alpine and snow-clad mountains, green meadows, rocky terrains, gurgling streams, silver birch and other untouched beauties of Mother Earth make for a varied and complete trekking experience of around 70-72 km these days, rediscover serenity and uncover what makes Kashmir Great Lakes Trek a trove for adventure and nature enthusiasts seeking a thrilling experience of trekking in India. read more read less
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Hampta Pass & Chandratal Trek - Tour
Hampta Pass & Chandratal Trek
₹ 11,200
5 Nights 6 Days
12 Sep and 19 Sep
Hampta Pass & Chandratal Trek
₹ 11,200
Trekking in the Himalayas is always a lifetime experience, with mixed feelings, strenuous, but in the end a wonderful experience with lots of memories. The scenic landscape changes its nature gradually offering a visual delight to the trekkers. The horizon is filled with the infinities of the sky and a unique tranquility surrounds the atmosphere. You can hear the sound of the wind and feel the true power of nature which is otherwise lost in a hustling city life. All you feel at that moment is completely ‘humbled’ in front of Mother Nature. The route of the Hampta pass through delightful alpine pastures, snowfields offers magnificent views of peaks such as Mount Indrasan (6221 mtr), Mount Deotibba ( 6001 mtr ) and the other side of the valley known as the Spiti Valley in Lahaul District . The trail has a rich flora and fauna with forests of cedar, fir, walnut, oak etc. and colorful birds. read more read less
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Satopanth Tal Trek - Tour
Satopanth Tal Trek
₹ 17,200
7 Nights 8 Days
20 Sep and 10 Oct
Satopanth Tal Trek
₹ 17,200
Satopanth Tal (Lake) is a hidden treasure of Uttarakhand, Situated in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand state. The Satopanth Tal has the summit at an altitude of 4600 meters ( 15100ft ). The trek to this unique place begins at Mana Village (last village of India) near Badrinath. Many people believe that Hindu holy trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva take a bath here on auspicious days. Satopanth Lake is roughly in between 3 giant peaks Mt. Chaoukhamba, Mt Neelkanth, and Mt Balakun. This same route that the Pandavas took during their journey to heaven at the end of Mahabharata. Throughout your journey, green mountains, deep blue sky and innumerable glaciers will accompany you. During night weather is good if the sky is clear and moonlight on peaks made them more beautiful. This unique lake remains under snow from the end of September to end of June. read more read less
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