DAY 1: DRIVE FROM MANALI TO JOBRA THEN START TREK TO CHIKA
Our Local Team will meet at Manali Bus stand and then we will drive from Manali (6000 Ft) to Jobra and after briefing session, we start our Trek to Chika (10100 Ft) our today's camp. Today's trek is a 2-hour easy ascent from 9700 Ft to 10,400 Ft through thick forest and crossing SA mall bridge. While Trekking we can see the Rainy river on one side and a big rocky hill on the other. The Trek passes through some of the most spectacular landscape. Overnight camp at Chika.
DAY 2: HIKE TO BALU KA GHERA (5 HRS EASY ASCENT)
The third day Trek is a gradual ascent. While Trekking, we will be able to see the spectacular Dhauladhar range in the background and Indrasan peak in front. The best part of today's Trek that we have to cross two rivers one at the start just near to Chikka Campsite and other at JwaraNcusa. We will have our packed lunch after crossing the jwarancusa.
DAY 3: BALU KA GERA TO SIAGURU, CROSSING HAMPTAPASS
This is the most spectacular part of the Trek as we cross the HamptaPass and then descend to our campsite in Siaguru. From HamptaPass you can see the Indrasan Peak and its gigantic glacier.T days Trek will take us approximately 8 hrs to reach Siaguru. The ascent on this part of the HamptaPass Trek will be moderate.
DAY 4: SIAGURU TO CHATRU. DRIVE TO CHANDRATAL
This day we have an easy descent through the Hampta Valley. The massive mountains of the Pir Panjal and Spiti ranges dominate the entire landscape until the campsite at Chatru. Chatru is a confluence point of paths from Rohtang Pass, Hamta Pass, and Spiti. From Chatru if road and weather condition permit we head to the Chandra Tal and camp at a suitable place according to the conditions.
DAY 5. DRIVE FROM CHANDRA TAL / CHATRU TO MANALI VIA THE ROHTANG PASS
In the morning after breakfast, we leave for Manali via the Rohtang Pass. Our wonderful Experience of Trekking in Himachal ends.
Terms and Conditions (Including age limit for entry)
Booking will be closed 3 days before the journey scheduled departure Children below 15 years are not allowed for trekking Any kind of intoxication is prohibited throughout the journey 100% Payment shall be made to reserve your seats, No Refund shall be entitled after cancellation Personal Expenses such as Laundry, Luggage Charges, telephone calls, tips & gratuity, mineral water, soft & hard drinks, rafting, rock climbing, paragliding, joy ride (Toy Train), porterage are not included in the base price and shall be charged extra. Travel Insurance, Entrance Fees & Guide charges are not included in the base price and shall be charged extra. Snow Vehicle Fare, If Road Is Block Due To Snow is not included in the base price and shall be charged extra. Any cost arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, snow-covered roads, road blockage, political disturbances (strikes), etc (to be borne by the client, which is directly payable on the spot). TripVenza shall not be responsible for any loss of articles, luggage or any other goods, during the trip All our trips will be departing as per fix schedule and TripVenza shall not be responsible for any loss of transportation due to traffic jam, natural calamity or any other reasons. Although, no refund shall be entitled TripVenza shall not be responsible for any dispute, fight or any other issues among the passengers TripVenza shall not be responsible for any accident, unfortunate incidents, unavoidable situations, paranormal activities or any other uncontrollable situations.
In the northern end of Kullu Valley, nestled among the mountain ranges is Manali. The quaint town is also one the ancient trade routes to Ladakh. At an elevation between 5,900 ft and 6,600 ft Manali is one of the scenic places along the Himalayan Valley’s. This is also one of the popular tourist spots and is also the base camp for most of the Himalayan Treks along this region. The name Manali is said to have come into existence after the Hindu lawgiver Manu. The name, originally from Manu-Alaya means abode of ... Read More
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Manali ( Hamta Pass )
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