Hampta Pass Trek


Destination: Delhi - Manali - Balu ka Gera

Duration: 03 nights / 04 days



Drive by Jeep from Manali to Jorba where a road has been built by NHPC.Trek from Jorba to Chhikka. Distance is 6 kms. Time taken is 3 hours.Stay Overnight in Tents. Food to be cooked by support staff (Cook and Porter to be carried).


Trek to Balu ka Gera.Distance is 10kms.Time taken is 5-6 hours.Stay in Tents and food cooked by support staff.


Cross Hampta Pass, reach Shea Goru.Trekking time 7 hours.Stay in Tent. Food cooked by Staff.


Start early by 6am. It takes max 4 hours to reach Chhatru.Drive back by jeep from Chhatru to Manali. It takes 6 hours and reaches Manali.Overnight at the Hotel in Manali.

Bhrigu Lake Trek

Destination: Delhi - Manali - Kothi Thel - Bhrigu Lake

Duration: 03 nights / 04 days


Day 1: Manali - Gulaba - Kothi Thel (2,900 Mt.)

Our representatives will meet you in Manali at 9:00 AM. After a quick briefing session, we drive to the meadows of Gulaba, which is the starting point of the trek. The views from the Upper Kullu Valley are quite spectacular. Today we trek for around 5 to 6 hours through rich, dense forests of Deodar to reach Kothi Thel, where we will camp for the night. Overnight stay in tents. Meals: lunch and dinner.

Day 2: Kothi Thel – Bhrigu Lake (4,240 Mt.)

After an early morning breakfast, we begin today’s trek to Bhrigu Lake. We cross a mountain stream and ascent a mountain ridge, beyond with lies Bhrigu Lake. Depending on the snow conditions, we will descend a little and pitch our tents as close to the lake as possible. Overnight stay in tents. Meals: all meals.

Day 3: Bhrigu Lake

Today is free for you to relax, unwind, maybe read a book, take pictures and explore the surrounding areas. The views are spectacular. This is one day you will not forget. Overnight stay in tents. Meals: all meals.

Day 4: Bhrigu Lake - Vashisht - Manali

After breakfast, we cross a small meadow and then descend a steep ridge to reach the village of Vashisht which is famous for its hot springs. The descent offers great views of the entire Kullu valley. Once at Vashisht, we drive back to Manali. Our services end here. Meals: breakfast and lunch.


Beas Kund Trek


Destination: Delhi - Manali - Dhundi - Solang

Duration: 8 nights / 9 days


Day 1: Delhi-Manali 

Departure from Delhi by flight / taxi / bus to Manali.

Day 2: Manali-Solang Nala-Acclimatization Day 

Arrive Manali and transfer to the Solang Nalla Base camp. After lunch, trek to Patalsu for an acclimatization walk. Evening at leisure and overnight.

Day 3: Trek to Dhundi (9000 ft)

9 kms trek alongside river Beas up to Dhundi Camp. Overnight in tents.

Day 4: Trek to Bakarthatch (10800 ft)

(Trek 6 kms/ 4 hrs) Gradual up trek up to Bakarthatch. Overnight in tents.

Day 5: Trek to Beas Kund (11500 ft)

(Trek 3 kms/ 3 hrs) Gradual up and then boulders trek up to the open field of Beas Kund area. Overnight in tents. 

Day 6: Trek to View Mt.Hanuman Tibba and back to Bakarthatch 

Easy trek up to some height to view Hanuman Tibba and Surrounding Peaks, Beas Kund parikarma and back to Bakarthatch Camp. Overnight in tents. 

Day 7: Trek to Solang

Trek back up to Solang Base.

Day 8: Solang Nalla To Manali

Trek to Manali- Free time for the participants to visit Hadimba Devi, Monastery, Mountaineering Institute at Manali. 

Day 9: Manali to Delhi

Chandratal lake Trek


Destination: Delhi - Manali - Kaza - Taglang La-Leh

Duration: 7 nights / 8 Days

This is one of the most exciting treks in Himachal Pradesh. We begin the hike from close to Suraj Tal near Baralacha la in Lahaul valley and end at Kunzum La in Spiti valley. The highlight of trek is the stay near Chandratal (Moon Lake), considered to be source of Chandra River. You get magnificent views of glacier and peaks of Mulkila & C.B. ranges from here. The Chandra River joins Bhaga River few kilometers down the valley and forms Chenab that flows into Pakistan. Crystal clear water shadows the massive glaciers. Incredibly changing colors with the passage of day, peaceful and sublime, the lake is simply enchanting.

High altitudes, cold deserts, streams, rivers and lakes make this trip a trekker’s and photographer’s delight.

Day 1:  Delhi - Manali

Take a flight or drive to Manali. You could also reach Manali by overnight Volvo bus from Delhi. Night stay in a hotel / lodge in Manali.

Day 2:  Manali Jispa (3300m)

We leave early in the morning today and drive over Rohtang la to reach Jispa by early evening. A short walk in the surrounding hills on arrival. Night stay in hotel  / lodge.

Day 3:  Jispa- Acclimatize

Today is the acclimatization day in Jispa. We go for a hike in the hills in the morning. Rest of the afternoon at leisure / prepare for the trek. Night stay in Jispa.

Day 4:  Jispa- Another Acclimatization Hike

We drive up to Baralachala (4830M) and go for a short hike in surrounding area.

Day 5:  Jispa - Suraj Tal (4800 M), Tokpo Yongma (4640 M)

On way to Baralachala is Suraj Tal. Three rivers viz Pass-Tokpa Chandra, Bhaga and Yunam originate from here. From here, we walk down to Yongma Tokpo Yongma (literally means small river). Night stay in tents.

Day 6:  Tokpo Yongma - Tokpo Gongma (4400m)

Gongma is literally large. The river has to be crossed either early morning or T Gongma over a snow bridge later in the day. Camp by the stream side.

Day 7:  Tokpo Gongma Chandratal (4270m)

Chander Tal, literally Moon Lake, offers good views of the glaciers and peaks of Chandratal, Mulkila and C.B. ranges. Also on view are some peaks on Bara Shigri. Camp overnight a little away from the lake.

Day 8:  Chandratal- Kunzum La (4551m)- Manali

Walk up to Kunzum Pass (meeting place of the Ibex). This Kunzum La-Losar pass joins the twin valleys of Lahaul and Spiti. From here, we drive back to Manali. Stay the night in a lodge.

Treking Spiti to Leh


Destination: Delhi - Manali - Kaza - Taglang La-Leh

Duration: 22nights / 23 days


Day 1: Delhi

Arrive Delhi, and transfer in a hotel for overnight stay.

Day 2: Delhi-Manali

Take a flight or drive to Manali by car / jeep / bus.

Day 3: Manali

Day at Leisure. Stay overnight at a hotel.

Day 4: Manali-Spiti

Travel by jeep over 3,978 Rohtang pass, gateway to Lahaul, then continue by jeep over 4.358 metre Kunzam la to Losar, the first village in the Spiti valley.

Day 5: Spiti-Kaza

Continue by jeep to Kaza, the modern capital of Spiti.

Day 6: Kaza

Travel by jeep to Dhankar fort, the former capital of Spiti, high above the confluence of the Pin and Spiti rivers. Then continue towards Tabo Gompa,( Monestary ) one of the greatest artistic treasures in the Himalayan region, to view its paintings and sculptures, some of which are over 1,000 years old.

Day 7: Kaza-kibber

Travel by jeep to Kyi Gompa, the largest in Spiti, and Kibber, famed as the world's highest village with electricity and daily bus service. Overnight stay at Kibber.

Day 8: kibber

Local walk around Kibber: to Gete and Tashigang, two villages among the highest permanent settlements on earth. Return to Kibber for the night.

Day 9: kibber

Begin trekking with a short but steep climb to the grazing pastures above Kibber.

Day 10: kibber-Pangrochen  

Trek to Pangrochen, the last camp before Parang la. Only a small spring sustains life at this high, rocky campsite.

Day 11: Pangrochen-Parang La

Trek over 5,577 metre Parang la and descend the dazzling Parang glacier to the lovely oasis of Kharsa Gongma.

Day 12: Parang La-Pare Chu

Trek down the valley of the Pare Chu (river) to Tarang Yogma.

Day 13: Pare Chu-Norbu Sumdo

Continue down the Pare Chu, cross the river and camp at the broad oasis of Norbu Sumdo.

Day 14: Norbu Sumdo-TSO moriri

Trek to Kiangdam, on the southern shore of TSO Moriri, the "Mountain Lake".

Day 15: TSO moriri-Kiangdam

Rest day in the incredible setting of Kiangdam.

Day 16: Kiangdam-Korzok

Trek to Korzok, the village and Gompa at the northern shore of the lake.

Day 17: Korzok-Gyama

Trek past many large nomadic encampments over Gyamsharma La to Gyama.

Day 18: Gyama-Rajung Karu

Cross the Kyamamuri La to Rajung Karu.

Day 19: Rajung Karu-Nuruchan

Trek over the low ridge of Harlam Konka to the small village and Gompa of Nuruchan.

Day 20: Nuruchan-Tso Kar

Trek to Tso Kar, another of the remarkable lakes of the Changtang plains.

Day 21: Tso Kar-Taglang La pass

Travel by jeep to over the 5,328-metre Taglang la to Leh.

Day 22: Taglang La-Leh

Explore Leh and relax

Day 23: Leh-Delhi

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