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Friday 17th Sep 2021
Travel Packages : Trekking Manali (India)

Trekking Manali (India) (12 Days)

Trekking Manali (India)

 Trekking Manali (India)

Situated on the upper Kullu Valley on the lakes, apple orchards, blossoming pastures and small villages. Trekkers can experience the abundance of rich flora and fauna as one takes the popular trails through the Beas Kund, Manali-Hampta Pass, Pin Parvati Pass, Kinner Kailash circuit, Sar pass, Chanderkhani Pass, Deo Tibba Base Camp, Chandertal Lake, banks of the river Beas, at an altitude of 1,830 meters, Manali offers numerous trekking routes through the rocky terrain, alpine meadows or even the dense forests and sanctuaries.

 The trails in Manali pass by the untouched Bal Taal lake, and Barlachala.

 Some of the popular treks from Manali include a 7-day trek into the Malana Valley through which one gets an amazing view of Deo Tibba mountain peak. The 11 day trek from Manali to Chandratal is one of the finest in Himachal. This trek passes through high mountain passes like the Hamta and Baralacha la Pass. The Solang Valley trek takes just seven days to complete and takes the trekker to Beas Kund, the source of the river Beas.

 Manali also offers high altitude trekking for the experienced trekkers. One such track starts in Manali passes through Marsu, Balu Gyra, Shea Gharu, Chhatru, Chhota Dara, Bataal Lake, Chandra Taal Lake, Topko Yongma, Topko Gongmo, Baralachala and ends in Manali. This route takes one to a height of 4, 800 meters above sea level. The route is blessed with admirable breaks, wide-ranging scenery and amazing glacial views.

 The best time of the year to engage in Manali trekking is between the months of June and October. Due to the extreme frigid conditions and snow, trekking in Manali during the winter months is very tough.

 Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek

 Overview

A fairly technical peak set in the Manali valley, Deo Tibba is popular among climbers who have good mountaineering knowledge. It is a pleasant trek that leads us to the grazing pastures of the Gaddi shepherds and the emerald blue waters of the Chandertal Lake (4,480 m) with magnificent views of Deo

 Deo Tibba trek is a congenial trek that will take us to the grazing grounds of the Gaddi shepherds and the Chandertal Lake (4,480 m) with an outstanding view of Deo Tibba peak (6,001 m) and its huge lynching glaciers. This is a stunning sight that excites every trekker, giving it an exclusive experience.

 

The normal route to deo tibba base camp starts from Jagat Sukh, 6 km south of Manali, on the way to Naggar. It is an ancient village. We will also, either at beginning or end, take a side tour to the top of Rohtang Pass for fine views into the arid vastness of Lahaul. We will observe a panoramic view of Pir panjal range.

 

We will trek above the Jobri Nallah and descend to Chikka and continue along the Hamta nallah. Pass bears den and cross Hamta Pass (4268 m). We will continue trekking to Chatru, small hamlets; from here we will drive by jeep to Manali over Rohtang pass. It is an easy trek with some of the most beautiful walks in Manali region unfolds the most magnificent mountain scapes. It’s an absolute delight for nature lovers, flora enthusiasts, trekkers & adventure seekers.

Program Itinerary (Short)

Day 1: Drive from Manali to Sethan village (1 hour drive)

On the first day we will trek to Chhika, with a magnificent waterfall nearby, which takes 2 hrs. Take an acclimatization walk for 3 hrs. Take an over night stay at camp.

 

Day 2: Chikka to Hampta base camp (5 hrs)

After breakfast, we will walk up to Hamta base camp. Over night stay follows at camp.

 

Day 3: Hampta base camps to Marhi (5-6 hrs)

From Hampta base camp, we will proceed further to Marhi. There is a meadow with extensive views. Over night halt at camp.

 

Day 4: Marhi to Deo tibba base camp (5 hrs)

Start from Marhi and reach to Deo Tibba Base camp. Our goal of trekking will elevate us to 4020 meters. We will observe spectacular natural settings at the mouth of the glacier.

 

Over night halt at camp.

 

Day 5: Begin our trek to Manali

We will begin our trek to Manali. By a little-known alternate route in order to avoid back trekking. Continue to explore new territory as we move down to the grazing meadows, take a 5hrs trek up to Shayaphoo. Stay over night at camp

 

Day 6: Shayaphoo to seathan (3 hrs)

Last day, get back to Sethan and Manali, which will take 1 hour.

 

Note: The timings mentioned are only for planning purposes and are approximate.

 

Rates

Price inclusive of all taxes.

 

Package excludes

·         Price/person for min 4 pax is 16,840

·         Price/person for min 2 pax is 30,312

·         Time to visit: July to September

Terms & Conditions

·         Per person rates applicable on 2 persons staying together sharing the same room.

·         Package rates are subject to change without prior notice.

·         The packages can not be combined with any other offer.

·         Refund on cancellation strictly depends upon concerned hotel's cancellation policy.

·         This package tour is operated by Thrillophilia. Any complaint will be forwarded to them.

·         Must See India reserves the right to change/modify or terminate the offer any time at its own discretion and without any prior notice.

 

 

Spiti Trek with Homestays

 

 

 

  

 

Overview

Spiti Trek is a mixture of Spitis rich cultural heritage and natural splendors. This region is out-of-the-way for most of the year due to snowed out mountain passes and extreme cold temperatures.

 

This trail provides an exclusive insight into the Spitian way of life. The traditional hospitality of the villagers provides the trekker a comfortable home environment including friendly faces. The best season to visit this trek is in Monsoon - July to September.

 

Our journey will take place from Delhi to Manali. On first phase; we will visit Manali - a famous hill station of Himachal. After this, while going further we will visit Langza, it has a famous temple called “Lang”. Staying in local homes will make your journey memorable.

 

After this we will visit Mulchey, meaning of the name ‘Mulchey’ is Battle chief. There are lots of unique spots close to this village. The two villages Lhalung and Saglung, reveal the customs of these villages. Moving further to Dhankar lake, is one of the most spectacular spots. Then we will get back to kaza, which is a district headquarter of Lahual-Spiti district in Himachal Pradesh.

 

From:

 

 

Delhi

Destinations:

 

 

Manali

Package includes

·         Group medical kit Pick up from the Airport / Railway Station

·         Breakfasts, lunches and dinners

·         Airport transfers

·         Good quality accommodation

·         Trek pack including sleeping bag, down or fiber filled jacket and insulated mat

·         Private transportation

·         All park entrance fees and trekking permits

·         Porters to carry all personal and group equipment

 

Itinerary

Day 1: Delhi to Manali

On the very first day we will drive from Delhi to Manali, which takes 10-12 hrs.

 

Day 2:

Early in the morning, after having light food, we will go for Sight-Seeing around Manali. Manali is a small little hill station filled with tourists. We will start the day early with a drive on the left bank of the Beas to the village of Naggar, which is famous for the Russian artist Roerich’s gallery. Naggar also has a famous castle and the views around the area are spectacular. We will be back to Manali and move further to Solang, which is the paragliding and skiing zone of the area. After this, we will drive back to Manali to stay at night in the hotel where we can have our dinner.

 

Day 3:

On third day we will drive to Kaza (3686m) - a run of 8-9 hrs.

 

Day 4:

On this day a run of an hour will take us to Langza. This day is relatively easy day in order to acclimatize us to the altitude. There is no need to wake up early on this day. We can start after a leisurely breakfast and reach Langza by noon to visit to the Lang (temple), before lunch. The Lang is regarded to be the headquarters of all the deities of the valley and houses some old frescos and thankas (paintings on silken canvas). Relish your dinner and stay overnight in the homestays.

 

Day 5:

From Langza, we will move to Jureley. It is a journey of around 5 to 6 hrs. Here, it is wise to start early as it’s the first day of trekking and should be taken gradually. This track traverses along a natural vestige center with the opportunity to spot some rare remnants of Spiti’s geological history. The trail runs equivalent to the stunningly striking Pasham Range with the peaks of Chau Chau Khang Nilda and Chau Chau Khang Namo forming a striking backdrop. Besides a host of floral variety, we will find blue sheeps around.

 

Day 6:

A 4 to 5 hrs run will take us to Mulchay. The track slowly breezes itself over pasturelands. The day can be spent marveling at the magnificence and imposing stature of the grazing yaks and horses. The night is spent camping at a summer settlement of the villagers.

 

Day 7:

On seventh day we will move to Demul (4357m) – a run of 2 to 3 hrs. As soon as we leave Mulcahy, there is a sagacity of eagerness that builds before approaching Demul. It is located in one of the most remote areas of Spiti, this village has a very attention-grabbing legend associated with its foundation. After a warm lunch in a homestay, there are lots of unique spots close to this village which shouldn’t be missed. The village guides are a good source of information for not only the places but also the inimitable history surrounding this village.

 

Day 8:

On this day we will move to Lhalung, it is a journey of 4 to 5 hrs. This route goes downhill. We will have our lunch at a village called Saglung, housing all of 2 houses. This village is amazingly picturesque and for a minute it’s hard to believe one is in a cold desert. The oldest temple and possibly one of the oldest trees (dating back to over a 1000 years) in Spiti are famous here.

 

Day 9:

A 4-5 hrs drive will take us to Dhankhar. This route winds itself along the road for a while before a gradual ascent up the mountain side brings one to one of most picturesque spots in Spiti. Dhankhar Lake has its own story to tell cradled in the lap of stark mountains reflecting heaven and earth in its crystal clear waters. Packed lunch can be had here and thereafter a steep descent brings one to the ancient capital of Spiti. Sketched along stone-mud pillars and cliffs, it’s hard to describe Dhankhar as words are inadequate for this village, balanced precariously amidst geological relics.

 

Day 10:

Then after on this day, in morning we will visit Kaza which takes 1 hr 30 mins. We can spend the morning visiting the old & new monasteries, the remains of the Dhankhar Fort and a museum of cultural artifacts. In homestay we will have your lunch. Get back to Kaza after taking lunch.

 

Day 11:

On this day we will drive back to Manali.

 

Day 12:

Last day, drive from Manali to Delhi.

Program Outline
  • Trekking Days -› (12)
  • Total Days -› (12)
  • Min. Altitude -› (0m./0ft.)
  • Max. Altitude -› (0m./0ft.)
  • Walking Per Day -› hrs
  • Route Nature -› Tour
  • Difficulty -› Medium
  • Season -› All.

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