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Mountianeering

 

Overview 

Destination: Delhi - Leh - Kargil - Pandum - Reru - Bipul - Bipul - Kargyak - Lhakhang - Sumdo - Palmo - Manali - Delhi

Duration: 15 Nights / 16 Days

Per PAX (INR): 29999/- Per Pax on Twin Sharing

Per PAX (USD): $ 699 /- Per Pax on Twin Sharing

BEST TIME - JULY, AUGUST, SEPTEMBER

 

Trekking in India India offers some incomparable trekking and hiking trails that are overpoweringly attractive to any mountain enthusiast. The number of pilgrimage places that are located in lone, out of the way hill summits, with trails that are entwined with beautiful mountain slopes, and you have a veritable hiker’s paradise in India. Nature in India attracts people to its beauty from all over the world. The beauty and purity of the surroundings are most enjoyed when you are trekking at your own pace in these beautiful environs. Nothing can match the peace of mind and the joy felt deep inside the heart while trekking the high hills of the Himalayan range in India. No wonder then that tourists flock here not only for spiritual guidance but also to quench their thirst to travel to the unexplored.

 

Season for trekking: Nature walks and low altitude trekking can be undertaken by anyone. For high-altitude trekking like the mountaineering and climbing the person should not be suffering from high/low blood pressure or obesity. Anyone between the ages of 16 and 60, who is mentally sound and physically fit can participate in this adventure sport. Amateur trekkers must avoid the monsoon months. The months of February/March are best suited for low-altitude, and April/May for high-altitude trekking in the Himalayas. You may head towards the Western Ghats anytime from December to April since the weather is clear and lush greenery provides a picturesque backdrop to these regions. The Western Himalayas covering the states of Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, and Uttaranchal form a major trekking area in India. It is followed by the Eastern Himalayas covering Darjeeling in West Bengal, Sikkim, and Arunachal Pradesh. The treks in the area around Gangotri and Yamunotri and the areas beneath the Kumaon region are also renowned. In the east the area with the tea gardens and the green environs is provided in the states of Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, and West Bengal.

Itinerary

Itinerary

Day 1 Delhi - Leh

Fly from Delhi to Leh. On arrival at Leh ( 3,521 m) , transfer to hotel. Because of the altitude, activities are kept to a minimum for the first couple of days. Afternoon at leisure

Day 2 In Leh

After breakfast at leisure, sight seeing trip of Spituk monastery, which is about 8 km from Leh. This monastery standing on a hill with three chapels was founded in the 11th century and is the seat of the head lama of the Yellow Hat sect. Return to the hotel for lunch. In the afternoon visit to the Leh Palace. O/n At Leh Hotel

Day 3 Around Leh

Drive to Hemis monastery visiting enroute Shey Palace and Thiksey Monastery. On return optional rafting trip from Karu to Choglamsar on the Indus River. O/n at Leh Hotel.

Day 4 Leh - Kargil

Drive from Leh to Kargil (2740m), located on the bank of River Suru. Kargil was an important trading post on the Srinagar - Leh route. The drive is spectacular dotted with monasteries, bare plateaus and different hued bare hills. O/n in camp set up en route.

Day 5 Kargil to Padum drive

Drive from Kargil to Padum, the capital of the Zanskar valley. This valley was opened up for tourism even later than the rest of Ladakh but in a short while became very popular with trekkers. O/n in camp set up en route.

Day 6 Padum to Reru trek

Trek from Padum to Reru. About 4 easy hours along the Tsarap Lingti river. Visit Bardaan and Mune monasteries enroute. O/n in tents.

Day 7 Reru-Bipul trek

Trek from Reru to Bipul. About 6/7 hours. Fairly long, but easy trek. O/n in tents.

Day 8 Bipul - Purni trek

About 5/6 hours of easy walk. Purni is a quaint little village with about two families. O/n in tents.

Day 9 Purni - Phuktal - Purni

From Purni go on a five-hour excursion to Phuktal monastery located in a spectacular site. It has been carved out of the mountainside round a limestone cave and has about 30 monks in residence.

Day 10 Purni - Kargyak

The 7 to 8 hour-trek leads through villages to Kargyak, the last of the villages of Zanskar before the Shingo La Pass (5,200m). The mountain scenery.

Day 11 Kargyak - Lhakhang

This is 7 to 8 hour long but easy flat walk. River crossing before Lhakhang.

Day 12 Lhakhang - Sumdo

The six-hour trek involves the ascent to Shingkum la (5100 m) which is steep but the descent on the other side is gradual and easy.

Day 13 Sumdo - Palmo

The entire trek takes about 7 hours. Gradual descent upto Zanskar sumdo. From Zanskar sumdo to Palmo is a 3 hour easy trek.

Day 14 Palmo - Darcha

Day 15 Manali

Day 16 Fly Manali – Delhi

End of Tour- With happy memories, we hope that you must have collected uncountable memories to cherish for the life time and will praise of our service assistance and hospitality at all times.

 

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