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Himtrek riverside Camps, Kasol - Tour
Himtrek riverside Camps, Kasol
₹ 999
1 Night 2 Days
05 Feb, 06 Feb, 07 Feb, and more
Kasol, Himachal Pradesh
Himtrek riverside Camps, Kasol
₹ 999
DAY 01: KASOL Himtrek riverside camps are located 2km before Kasol main volvo bus stand. Here,on your first day, you can enjoy the majestic views from your camps, soak in the sunshine, have a fulfilling breakfast and getenergized for the day! Nearby attractions: Chalal Trek Kheerganga Trek Malana village Manikaran Sahib Gurudwara Kasol Main market Cafes and local food joints Day -2: DEPARTURE Get ready to say goodbye to this beautiful place, but there's always an option to extend your trip. We provide a lot of treks and camping experiences all-over Himachal. Check-out our website and explore like a traveler with Himtrek.   read more read less
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Hampta Pass Trek With Chandrataal - Tour
Hampta Pass Trek With Chandrataal
₹ 7,000
4 Nights 5 Days
Available on request
Manali, Himachal Pradesh
Hampta Pass Trek With Chandrataal
₹ 7,000
Hampta Pass trek with Chandrataal Back in the days, Hampta Valley was a mere passage for horse-herders and shepherds to travel between Kullu Valley and Spiti Valley. But of late, it has become one of the popular trekking destinations. Connecting Manali and Chandratal, it has become one of the best-selling treks for tourists visiting Manali.  But it wasn’t until 2018 and most of the popular adventure tour companies started organizing Hampta Pass tours. Soon, tourist inflow increased in the valley and it became one of the most popular tourist places in Himachal Pradesh. The Hampta Pass trek is particularly popular among tourists coming from Delhi and Chandigarh. Located in the Pir Panjal range, the top point of Hamta Pass lies at an altitude of 4270m above sea level. As mentioned above, it is a small corridor that bridges Manali in Kullu Valley to Chandratal in Lahaul and Spiti Valley. Other than seasonal trekkers, the meadows and grasslands Hampta Pass are used by shepherds too, seeking high altitude grasslands in summer. Uniqueness of Hampta Pass trek with Chandratal Hampta Pass is not just splendid in its charm but a rare spectacle at that. It is a narrow pass that climbs out of the Kullu valley and overlooks Lahaul valley’s long, desertous and scenic stretches. There is a vast difference in landscapes that this trek packs. Traverse through alpine forests, huge rock formations and exotic flora-fauna to reach the glistening Moon Lake, a mythicized beacon of nature. Not only does this trek offer Lahaul’s vegetation and cold deserts, it provides the best views of Dhauladhar ranges. What’s more is that you get to closely observe the culture of the inhabitants of nature’s high altitude marvels. Why travel? Experience read more read less
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Triund Trek - Tour
Triund Trek
₹ 999
1 Night 2 Days
Available on request
Triund Trek
₹ 999
Triund is one of the most attractive tourist places. It is a very popular and perhaps the easiest trek in Himachal Pradesh to go from Delhi and Chandigarh. Triund is a hilly valley in Kangra district in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Located at the foot of the Dhauladhar ranges, there are two routes to reach Triund, one via Dharamkot and second route via Bhagsu fall. Triund is considered as one of the crowded trekking sports as it is always in the list of favourites of trekkers but one can experience a true calmness at the top of Triund. “Life is all about searching for the peace of your soul, exploring the beautiful nature can give you that satisfaction.” read more read less
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Kheerganga Trek - Tour
Kheerganga Trek
₹ 999
1 Night 2 Days
01 Mar, 02 Mar, 03 Mar, and more
Kheerganga Trek
₹ 999
Kheerganga is one of the beginner's treks in the Himalayas and the most attractive trekking point in Parvati Valley, Himachal Pradesh. It is a unique Himalayan trek in which you are rewarded with excellent meadows, forested ways with pine trees, a couple of cascades, and crossing villages on reaching the summit at almost 9700 feet from MSL. If you are religious or if you enjoy going to places with having religious history, this would be the perfect choice for you. The place holds a breathtaking site – Parvati Kund– The holy hot water spring, just what you need to experience when the weather is too cold. If you are a solo traveler, Kheerganga, located in Parvati Valley (Kullu Valley), is one of the best choices for you. Barshiani is a small village (4 km before Tosh) and is the starting point of the Kheerganga Trek. The distance from Barshaini to Kheerganga is 12 km and it takes approximately 5-6 hours. One should not miss these places while visiting Himachal Pradesh.  Trek starts and ends from Barshaini and we suggest you take all the trek essentials from Barshaini. read more read less
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KedarKantha Trek - Tour
KedarKantha Trek
₹ 5,750
4 Nights 5 Days
06 Feb, 07 Feb, 08 Feb, and more
KedarKantha Trek
₹ 5,750
What should you consider before committing to the Kedarkantha Trek? As the temperature ranges from 15°C to -5°C here, you shouldn't hesitate to pack warm clothes if you are heading on the Kedarkantha trek in December, or any other month. It is recommended that you bring trekking shoes, slippers, sunscreen lotion, a windcheater, raincoat, UV-protected sunglasses, water bottles, personal medications, a walking stick, a torch, and first aid equipment on your trek. In the case of the flashlight and the torch, carrying extra batteries will be advantageous since batteries may not work properly due to low temperatures. Kedarkantha Trek You should carry a proper pack of moisturizer with you to keep your skin healthy when the weather outside is cold and chilly. It will be convenient to be able to keep extra food and dry foods Carrying more than 10 kg of luggage or weight will be difficult, so do not exceed this limit It is highly recommended that you keep an appropriate amount of money with you during the trekking tour in order to avoid running out of money. Do not set out on such treks if you suffer from breathing problems or you are afraid of heights You should avoid this trip if you have high blood pressure, heart problems, or legs that have ellipses. Due to its religious significance, Kedarkantha is believed to be the throat of Lord Shiva. Do not upset the local people's religious sentiments. Dehydration is one of the reasons for altitude sickness so keep yourself properly hydrated. Kedarkantha trek Located in the Western Garhwal region in the state of Uttarakhand, the Kedarkantha Trek is one of the most popular winter treks all around. This is also one of the few treks where a less experienced trekker can get a winter trek experience in less than a week’s time. Kedarkantha trek package The trip commences from Dehradun, from where you drive to the small, but pretty village of Sankri. The village is inside Govind Wildlife Sanctuary, which is home to diverse species of flora and fauna. Hiking towards Juda Ka Talab – the highlight of the Kedarkantha trekking tour – come across Saud Village and witness the traditional way of life without modern technologies. Kedarkantha trek height Juda Ka Talab is a mesmerizing pond, surrounded by lush pastures, and forests of maple, oak, and Morinda spruce trees. The trek route offers a breathtaking view of snowy mountains, peaks, deodar & pine forests, waterfalls, bugyals (high-altitude meadows), wildlife, and rare Himalayan birds. One can view the majestic peaks of Swragarohini, Bandarpoonch, and Kala Nag from close range.  For ages, the land has been known for temples and shrines with sacred mythological attachments. Duryodhana, the oldest of the Kauravas, is worshipped here. Kedarkantha trek difficulty Botanists, bird watchers, photographers, nature lovers, footloose trekkers, and anyone who is interested in exploring and learning in an unusual way will find this trek route to be a paradise. With the charming and captivating sights of the snow-covered Himalayas, verdant greenery, lush landscapes, myriad species of plants, frozen ponds, and majestic peaks, this trek has all the delightful marvels that a trekker wishes to view and experience during his journey. Kedarkantha Trek is an ideal destination not only for adventure seekers and trekkers to enjoy thrilling challenges but also for nature lovers to bask in the beauty of undisturbed nature and enjoy blissful moments with exhilarating experiences. Folk tales of Kedarkantha At the trek top, there is a stone-sheeted shrine of Lord Shiva, which is bordered by snow-covered mountains all around. On the floor of the shrine, a Trishul is positioned, pointing up to the vast blue sky. Every once in a while, locals visit the top to pay their respects to the shrine. Below, a small temple contains a statue of Lord Ganesha that is displayed during peak summer. It is believed that if the summer is dry, laying Ganesha's statue on the ground will bring abundant rain. Lord Shiva and the Bull story According to the Kedarkantha legend, Lord Shiva sat at the summit to meditate but was disturbed by a bull, which was running below. So he headed to Kedarnath, a town in Uttarakhand, to meditate afterwards. The Pandava legend Another local myth relates to the Pandavas, who went to the Himalayas to seek Lord Shiva’s blessings. However, he hid from Bheem and disguised himself as a bull. But Bheem recognized him and rushed after him. So Shiva hid underground. When he rushed out of his hiding place, he let his body parts get divided, and each part fell at a different place. His throat fell on Kedarkantha, thus earning the peak its name- transliteration- “the throat of Lord Shiva”. The myth resembles the story of Panch Kedar, a set of five Shiva temples- Kedarnath, Tungnath, Rudranath, Madhyamaheshwar, and Kalpeshwar- located in Uttarakhand’s Garhwal region. Kedarkantha Peak According to this legend, the Pandavas, on the advice of Lord Krishna, sought Lord Shiva to pardon them for their sins of killing their kin during the Mahabharata. But, Shiva was angry with them for their conduct and avoided them by taking the form of a bull and leaving for the Garhwal region. The Pandavas sighted Shiva grazing as a bull in the hills of Guptakashi and tried to grab its tail and legs forcibly. However, the bull disappeared into the ground and later reappeared in the original form of Lord Shiva at five places- the bull’s hump at Kedarnath, legs at Tungnath, face at Rudranath, stomach at Madhyamaheswar and hair at Kalpeshwar. It is believed that the Pandavas built five temples at these places. Kedarkantha Trek location Kedarkantha Peak is located in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand, in the picturesque Garhwal Himalayas. This imperial peak lies close to Har ki Dun valley in Govind Wildlife Sanctuary. Its elevation is 12,500 ft (3,800 m). Kedarkantha is located within the Govind Wildlife Sanctuary in Uttarkashi district. Kedarkantha trek route map A trek to the peak of Kedarkantha usually starts from Sankri, a small village, and takes four days to complete. Altitude of Kedarkantha Trek At a towering height of 3800 meters, Kedarkantha is a majestic peak located in the Govind Wildlife Sanctuary of Uttarkashi district in Uttarakhand. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, Kedarkantha is one of the most popular treks in Uttarakhand due to its relative ease of access and gradual inclination. Trek distance: The overall Kedarkantha trek distance is around 20 km, from start to finish. The trek begins from a village by the name of Sankri located at a height of 6,500 ft. From Sankri, trekkers have to climb 6,00 ft uphill and cover a distance of 10 km. Kedarkantha Trek Best Time A trek with distinct beauty in every season, Kedarkantha captivates you all year long. Spring and summer boast clear skies and fresh landscapes that treat your senses to the fragrance of blooming flowers. The glossy green pine forests look inviting and the green landscape allures you with a magical freshness that is simply irresistible. The fall season offers a unique experience; trekking on a trail bedecked with dried multi-hued leaves is an amazing experience. However, winter is still considered the best time to visit Kedarkantha. The snowy trails lined with tall snow-drifted trees, frozen mountain lakes incandescent in the moonlight, and snowy peaks glittering at dawn and dusk in amazing hues of golden and red; the panorama of winter landscape leaves an indelible impression on your mind. Kedarkantha peak at an elevation of 12,500 feet shimmers beautifully in the winter sun and at night the moonlight casts a magical glow on the lofty mountain. The panoramic view of the stunning mountain ranges of Swargrohini, Bandarpoonch, Kalanag, Gangotri, Yamunotri, and DhaulaDhar from the Kedarkantha summit looks ethereal in winter. During winter, Kedarkantha makes an ideal ski destination because of its picturesque slopes covered in snow. 1. Kedarkantha Trek from December to February  The temperature during the day is usually 13-18 degrees. After the sun sets, the temperature might drop as low as -7 degrees Celsius. Higher altitude results in a lower (minus) temperature. Kedarkanta campsites may have chilling winds blowing so make sure you carry enough warm clothes. 2. Kedarkantha Trek March to May The temperature during the day will be around 16-20 degrees. During the night, the temperature drops to 3-4 degrees, plus during snowfall, the temperature could drop to zero degrees. We advise our trekkers to take the Kedarkantha trek in winter to enjoy the complete benefits of the trek in the natural environment.  Kedarkantha Trek distance The overall Kedarkantha trek distance is around 20 km, from start to finish. The trek begins from a village by the name of Sankri located at a height of 6,500 ft. From Sankri, trekkers have to climb 6,00 ft uphill. They also have to cover a distance of 10 km.  The weather for the Kedarkantha trek Kedarkantha Peak is an all-year trek and however, the views you will get to see depend on the weather conditions. The temperature during the summer months varies from 10 – 20 degrees Celsius. Kedarkantha Trek During winter, the Kedarkantha trek is covered in heavy snow and you'll get to see stunning views of Himalayan peaks. The sun's reflection on the snow-covered mountains makes the mountains glow. Kedarkanta Trek The weather becomes extremely cold in winter and the actual temperature dips to -5 degrees in winter. Kedarkantha Trek Due to wind gusts, the temperature feels like -10 to -15 degrees. Best season to visit: This trek in itself is a beautiful trek, but the experience varies with the changes in the season. Kedarkantha Trek For people who enjoy hiking in a green environment with comfortable temperatures, summer is the right time to do this trek. But if you are looking for some excitement winter is the time to go. Kedarkantha Trek Winter in the mountains is an incredible time to visit because of the fresh snow and trees covered in snow. Things to Carry for Kedarkantha Trek Backpack 30/60 L External straps and loops and easy access to compartments. Water bottle A reusable water bottle/hydration flask – 1.5-2L. Energy bars Nutrient-dense with oats, nuts, seeds, and fruit. Weather appropriate clothing Warm and waterproof clothing for winter, windproof and waterproof jackets Flashlight A textured grip with rechargeable batteries. Sun protection Sunscreen, a wide-brim hat, and sunglasses. Rain protection During winter, opt for a windproof & waterproof rain jacket. Trekking boots They have a sturdy grip, flexible sole, comfortable ankle support, and a snug fit and are easy to put on and take off. Extra Pair of Clothing When the weather changes in the mountains (as it does every few hours), you can take off or put on layers as required. Towel Lightweight – cotton/bamboo/linen/microfiber easy to dry. Personal hygiene kit Hand sanitizer, biodegradable soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, cotton washcloth, toilet paper, a menstrual cup (if necessary), or feminine hygiene products, and a sealable plastic bag to carry them out. Mini First Aid Kit First aid for emergency. Trash Bag Normal kitchen garbage bags keep the trails you trek beautiful, clean, and free of garbage. Slippers With a flexible sole and sturdy grip, water-resistant. Kedarkantha Trek How to reach Dehradun? Dehradun by Air/Road Located around 22 km southeast of Dehradun, Jolly Grant Airport, also known as Dehradun Airport, connects the city to almost all major domestic destinations. The airport also has easy access to the holy towns of Rishikesh (20 km) and Haridwar (30 km). By road  Dehradun is well-connected by road to other major cities of the country via NH 72. Regular deluxe and normal buses to the city are easily available from ISBT Kashmiri Gate, Delhi. By rail Dehradun Railway Station connects the city to all major cities of the country such as Delhi, Mumbai, Lucknow, Kolkata, Varanasi, and Vadodara. From outside the railway station, you can take an auto-rickshaw or hire a private taxi to reach your desired destination. read more read less
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Kasol Kheerganga Trek - Tour
Kasol Kheerganga Trek
₹ 2,499
2 Nights 3 Days
Available on request
Kasol Kheerganga Trek
₹ 2,499
Kasol Kheerganga Trek always been that has got to have site on the explorers list and therefore the always crammed with the gorgeous landscapes and overflowing great thing about nature. The Kheerganga trek is found at the peak around 2,956m or 9700ft above water level as making it descent trekking site for beginners and therefore the tourists. The trek is that the perfect combination of trilogy mountains and which makes it even more luxurious with the character . The site is being much hyped amongst backpackers because it caters all what a trekker expects from a trekking site. Temperature at Kheerganga moves consistent with the month during which you are going to go to . within the winters & subsequently in season that’s from October to the February the temperature ranges between the three degrees to 10 degree celcius, and normally its been 32 degrees. During July to September its not best time to go to this site due to the monsoon season hits the ground . Kasol Kheerganga Trek is best for the solo and for the couples to trek on the Kheerganga and simultaneously trekking on Kasol too is far comfortable read more read less
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Bhrigu Lake Trek - Tour
Bhrigu Lake Trek
₹ 4,800
2 Nights 3 Days
08 Apr, 09 Apr, 15 Apr, and more
Manali, Himachal Pradesh
Bhrigu Lake Trek
₹ 4,800
Bhrigu Lake Trek Bhrigu Lake Trek is a trek to a sanctified lake located at a height of 4300 meters in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. The lake is in a shape of an oval and lies near the Rohtang pass. The name of the lake is derived from the name of Sage Bhrigu. According to the village people, Sage Bhrigu spent his time meditating near the lake and that is how the lake got its name. The Bhrigu Lake trek begins from a point called Chaudda More, which is around 20 km from Manali. The trek moves by green forests, immense meadows, and hilly ridges where one finally gets the sight of Bhrigu lake. Bhrigu Lake Trek lasts for about three days starting from Manali. The Bhrigu lake lies at an enormous height of 14,100 feet. Bhrigu lake trek’s history is quite interesting. It is believed that son of Lord Brahma -Maharishi Bhrigu used to meditate near the lake thousand of years ago. Therefore, this pure and blessed lake is named after him. Bhrigu lake trek itinerary also includes going to Rola Kholi. From here, you’ll move on to Gulaba. This village has beautiful snow. The journey will take you through lush, green meadows and virgin forests. These lead you to the open camping site of Rola Kholi with pretty amazing views. Rola Kholi lies at the foundation of the trek and is considered as the Advance Base Camp of the trek. Night camping here provides an amazing experience.  It is a perfect destination for shutterbugs as the entire sky lights up with millions of stars at night. Nature lovers will definitely enjoy love this peaceful view. Bhrigu lake has come a long way in tourism due to its mesmerizing views. While on your journey, you’ll get to watch Seven Sisters peaks and Hanuman Tibba. Along with this, you can also have a look of Deo Tibba. You will also be travelling all the way up to the lake. read more read less
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Hampta Pass Trek - Tour
Hampta Pass Trek
₹ 5,000
3 Nights 4 Days
Available on request
Manali, Himachal Pradesh
Hampta Pass Trek
₹ 5,000
Hampta Pass trek with Chandrataal Back in the days, Hampta Valley was a mere passage for horse-herders and shepherds to travel between Kullu Valley and Spiti Valley. But of late, it has become one of the popular trekking destinations. Connecting Manali and Chandratal, it has become one of the best-selling treks for tourists visiting Manali.  But it wasn’t until 2018 and most of the popular adventure tour companies started organizing Hampta Pass tours. Soon, tourist inflow increased in the valley and it became one of the most popular tourist places in Himachal Pradesh. The Hampta Pass trek is particularly popular among tourists coming from Delhi and Chandigarh. Located in the Pir Panjal range, the top point of Hamta Pass lies at an altitude of 4270m above sea level. As mentioned above, it is a small corridor that bridges Manali in Kullu Valley to Chandratal in Lahaul and Spiti Valley. Other than seasonal trekkers, the meadows and grasslands Hampta Pass are used by shepherds too, seeking high altitude grasslands in summer. Uniqueness of Hampta Pass trek with Chandratal Hampta Pass is not just splendid in its charm but a rare spectacle at that. It is a narrow pass that climbs out of the Kullu valley and overlooks Lahaul valley’s long, desertous and scenic stretches. There is a vast difference in landscapes that this trek packs. Traverse through alpine forests, huge rock formations and exotic flora-fauna to reach the glistening Moon Lake, a mythicized beacon of nature. Not only does this trek offer Lahaul’s vegetation and cold deserts, it provides the best views of Dhauladhar ranges. What’s more is that you get to closely observe the culture of the inhabitants of nature’s high altitude marvels. Why travel? Experience. read more read less
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Sar Pass Trek - Tour
Sar Pass Trek
₹ 5,999
4 Nights 5 Days
01 Apr, 02 Apr, 03 Apr, and more
Kasol, Himachal Pradesh
Sar Pass Trek
₹ 5,999
Sar Pass Trek   Sar pass trek is been counted amongst the most scintillating and most amazing places located in the astounding Parvati Valley. Sar Pass trek is been widely cherished and adored for its mesmerizing snowy landscapes making the place a true destination for trekking and Exploration activities. Sar pass trek is that ideal place to let come out all your fantasies related to snow and the snow-capped mountains.  The place is having an eternal touch of nature which gives it an edge over other trekking sites. The place is calming and drenched in a wave of optimism making it more interesting.   How long is Sar Pass Trek? Sar pass Trek is almost 48km form Kasol to Barsheni  Sar Pass Trek Height   · Height Sar pass trek has been blessed with a humongous and prestigious height which spans around 13,780 feet giving sheer goosebumps to the trekkers and backpackers. The height does have a pivotal share in terms of trekking activities and tourism ones. And Sar Pass having such a magical number which can easily allure any trekking undoubtedly. The Sar Pass Trek has always been that A listed name when it comes to trekking in Kullu valley and the height factor does play a much bigger role in setting up this feat.     Best Time for Sar Pass Trek   The best time to go for Sar pass Trek is also one of its highlights and it truly justifies the title of the highlight as such it falls during the vacations making it even more enjoyable. The Best time starts in the month of April and the season ends in the month of October making it a perfect outing destination to get relaxed and refreshed. The months themselves portray the story of amusement and the interesting energies which make any tourist site blissful and soulful. read more read less
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