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» Golf in India
   Duration :20 Nights / 21 Days 
» Complete South India Tour
   Duration :3 Nights / 4 Days
» Golden Triangle Tour India
   Duration :6 Nights / 7 Days 
» Mysteries of Himalayas
   Duration : 09 Nights / 10 Days 
» North India Pilgrimage Tour
   Duration : 12 Nights / 13 Days

Golf in India
Duration : 20 Nights / 21 Days 
Destinations : Delhi - Chandigarh - Shimla - Delhi - Calcutta - Chennai - Coimbatore - Ooty - Bangalore - Mumbai

Day 01: Arrive Delhi
golf-in-india On arrival you will be met by our representative and transferred to hotel, where we will be holding the rooms on ready occupancy basis. Overnight at hotel.

Day 02: Delhi
After breakfast transfer to Delhi Golf Club. The 6972 yards, PAR 72, 18 Hole Golf Course was redesigned by Peter Thompson in 1977 - 78 and got a major fillip when it was chosen to host the first ever golf tournament at the Asian Games in 1982. More than 500 Golfers walk into History every day, as they play in the country's busiest course. The Club also has a Nine Hole B Course used primarily by beginners. The first hole on the main course is a 522 yards, PAR 5, which doglegs to the left around a thorny bush rough. Afternoon return back to Hotel.

Day 03: Delhi
Optional sightseeing tour of Delhi visiting Old and New Delhi both. Overnight at hotel.

Day 04: Delhi - Chandigarh
Drive to Chandigarh. On arrival in Delhi, check in into hotel. Afternoon half-day city tour. Overnight at hotel.

Day 05: Chandigarh
Have breakfast and proceed to Golf Club. Starting a Golf Course in Chandigarh was conceived in the 50's, it took almost 10 years for it to take shape. In 1960 a piece of land was allotted and the club was established with an initial membership of just 10 Golfers. The 09 Hole course was enlarged to 12, when the benevolent governor - who surrendered a major chunk of land from his official resident - granted additional land to the club in 1966. It was only as late as September 1983 that a regular 18 Hole PAR 72 Course was finally laid out over Sprawling 132 Acres. Afternoon return to hotel. Overnight at hotel. 

Day 06 - Chandigarh - Shimla
After breakfast drive to Shimla. Afternoon city tour of Shimla. Overnight at hotel.

Day 07 - Shimla
Shimla was summer capital during British Raj & no English Township could be completed without a golf course. A suitable site was finally chosen at Naldehra which is 23 KMS away from Shimla. Course is carpeted by a fine spirgy turf, which requires little maintenance. The PAR 68 Course is basically located in a bowl & has 09 Holes, which can be back played to 18. Come back to hotel for relaxing, dine and overnight stay.

Day 08 - Shimla - Delhi
Today we enjoy train journey from Shimla to Delhi. On arrival transfer to hotel. Overnight at hotel.

Day 09 - Delhi - Calcutta
Transfer to airport for flight to Calcutta. On arrival transfer to hotel. Afternoon city tour. Overnight at hotel.

Day 10 - Calcutta
After breakfast transfer to Royal Calcutta Course. This course was originally paddy field hence consequently is very flat. Successive Committees have built mounds and planted thousands of trees and shrubs. But the Royal's conspicuous features are its strategically located water tanks and natural water hazards. The most significant are the two large tanks across the tenth Fairway, the 457 yards PAR 04 hole. From the tee, the tiger line is over the first tank and must carry all of 230 yards. The after route to the right leaves a very long second shot over the second tank, a good 100 yards wide, to a small undulating green wickedly trapped all around. Return back to hotel to relax, dine and overnight stay.

Day 11 - Calcutta - Chennai
Morning transfer to airport to connect flight to Chennai. On arrival transfer to hotel. Afternoon sight seeing tour of Chennai city. Overnight hotel.

Day 12 - Chennai
After breakfast transfer to Madras Gymkhana Club, it was founded in 1886. Unique in that it is situated within the 2400metre oval of the guindy racecourse, it offers a challenging game. The fairways at guindy are flat and fast and encircled by the out of bounds racetrack. The greens are lush and well maintained and also strategically located, mostly along the track. Hazards on the course include not only thick rough, bunders and water tanks, but also unpredictable obstructions like the racehorses on their workouts. The first hole on this course is a heavy looking PAR 04 at 415 yards, it however takes a calculated and well lofted drive to avoid the bunkers placed on the fairway, 130 yards from the tee. The second hole is an easy PAR 03 at 170 yards, with a tricky green, at the gradient of almost 30 degrees. Overnight to be spent at hotel.

Day 13 - Chennai
golf-in-india Free day to explore Chennai city, optional tour to Mahabalipuram or revisit to golf club. Overnight Chennai. 

Day 14 - Chennai - Coimbatore - Ooty
Transfer from hotel to airport for flight to Coimbatore on arrival at Coimbatore, three hours drive will take you to Ooty, a hill stations in South India. On arrival check in into the hotel. Dinner and overnight at hotel.

Day 15 - Ooty
After breakfast proceed to Ooty Golf Course, it follows the soft contours of downland, with it's tonsured effect of tree - bare heights, ringed with gorse and thickly wooded copses of Eucalyptus, Oak Rhododendron and fir in the Hollows. The altitude of 7600 feet a few degrees above the equator, provides a combination of light/thin air which is near intoxicant, and the ball travels much further than it would in plains because of the rarefied atmosphere. The Ooty Golf course is not only scenic but also quite tiring and it would be wise for the visitor to play only 09 of the 18 holes on the 01st day. Dinner & overnight at hotel.

Day 16 - Ooty - Bangalore
Drive from Ooty to Bangalore, visiting beautiful country - side. Overnight at hotel in Bangalore.

Day 17 - Bangalore
After breakfast transfer to Bangalore Golf Club. The 18-hole course, started with browns, which were later converted to greens. Scarcity of water in the area is a major constraint and the course has very few water hazards. Besides trees and deep ditches, the major hazard on the course is the Bangalore crow, which often picks up the ball, mistaking it for an egg. It is therefore, not surprising that the logo of the Bangalore Golf Club depicts a crow with a ball in its beak. Overnight at hotel.

Day 18 - Banglore - Mumbai (Bombay)
Transfer to airport for flight to Mumbai. On arrival transfer to hotel. Afternoon city tour. Overnight at hotel.

Day 19 - Mumbai
After breakfast transfer to Bombay presidency Golf Club, A green heaven amidst a concrete jungle. The 110 acre founded in 1827, the PAR 70, 18 hole course was redesigned by Peter Thompson to International Standards. Presidency's fairways are narrow and tight, but its greens are undoubtedly the best in the country, the real test at presidency, however, is the variable and shifting sea breeze, which could fox even the most experienced player. It is not a difficult course, it's not too long, not too narrow, and yet not an easy course to break par. The 5th hole is one of the most challenging on this Mumbai Course. A 480 yard, PAR 05, a dog leg to the right, with a fairway trap strategically placed to catch the long hitter trying to cut the corner. Afternoon drive back to hotel. Overnight to be spent at hotel.

Day 20 - Mumbai
Day free for personal activities. Overnight at hotel.

Day 21 - Departure Mumbai
Transfer to International Airport for flight back home. 


Complete South India Tour
Duration : 3 Nights / 4 Days 
Destinations : Alleppey- Quilon- Kovalam- Kanyakumari- Trivandrum

Day 1 : Chennai
On arrival, you will be received by our representative at the international airport and transferred to a hotel for overnight stay.

Day 2 : Chennai - Mahabalipuram (Mammalapuram)
On your second day at Chennai, go for a sight seeing tour at the major attractions of Chennai including Fort St. George, San Thome Cathedral and the museums. Later on drive to the ancient city of Mammalapuram, now regarded as a world heritage site. Check in at a hotel for overnight stay.

Day 3 : Mahabalipuram - Kanchipuram - Mahabalipuram
Start the day with an early breakfast, and leave for a sightseeing tour covering Shore Temple, Arjuna's Penance and Five Rathas. Later, drive to Kanchipuram and explore this temple city. Drive back to Mahabalipuram for overnight stay.

Day 4: Mahabalipuram - Tanjore - Departure
Drive to Tanjore early in the morning and visit the Brihadeshwara temple. Later in the afternoon, our representative will drop you to the nearest airport to catch flight back home.


Golden Triangle Tour India
Duration : 6 Nights / 7 Days 
Destinations : New Delhi - Jaipur - Agra - Delhi

Day 1 : New Delhi
Golden Triangle Tour India Arrive New Delhi - The Capital of India. Assistance on arrival and transfer to hotel. Special welcome at the hotel. Afternoon proceed on sightseeing of New Delhi - a metropolis with a rich cultural background - visiting the historical landmarks. In the evening, enjoy a theme dinner to set the mood for an exciting tour. Stay overnight at the hotel in Delhi.

Day 2 : In New Delhi
During the morning - sightseeing of Old Delhi. See the Red Fort, Jama Masjid and explore the famous market of Chandni Chowk. Return to your hotel for a theme dinner and overnight stay.

Day 3 : New Delhi - Jaipur
In the morning leave by coach for Jaipur - the Pink city, founded in the late 19th century passing through the countryside. On arrival check - in at the hotel. After a buffet lunch, proceed for sightseeing of the Capital city. In the evening you have a choice of theme parties suited to Rajasthan.

Day 4 : In Jaipur
Morning excursion to Amber - the ancient capital of the state until 1728. Ascend the fort on a gaily decorated elephant back. Visit the palace buildings. Afternoon free for shopping around the bazaars where one can choose from precious gems to variety of handicrafts. Yet another evening for a theme Party/Dinner.

Day 5 : Jaipur - Agra
In the morning leave by coach for Agra, the city of world famous Taj Mahal. Enroute visit Fatehpur Sikri, the erstwhile capital of the Mughal Empire built by Emperor Akbar in 1569 and abandoned after 15 years due to scarcity of water. On arrival check-in at the hotel. After a buffet lunch, visit the Taj Mahal built by Emperor Shah Jahan Later visit the 16th century Red Fort containing the halls of private in the evening - Mughal theme Banquet. 

Day 6 : Agra - Delhi
In the morning after breakfast leave for Delhi enroute visiting Sikandra the Tomb of Akbar. On arrival, check-in at the hotel. Afternoon free for last minute shopping. Farewell Banquet or Gala Dinner in the evening

Day 7 : Leave Delhi
Early morning transfer to the airport to connect flight for onward destination (or back home). 


Mysteries of Himalayas
Duration : 09 Nights / 10 Days 
Destinations : Delhi – Srinagar – Pahalgam – Chandanwari – Sheshnagh trek – Baltal – Srinagar - Delhi

The cave of Amarnath, lying at an height of 3952 Mtrs. is a famous holy place of pilgrimage for the Hindus and is held in the same veneration as Mount Kailash in Tibet. The sacred cave contains a Shiva Lingam formed of ice, the size of which increases or decreases according to the position of the Moon. This tour is a combination of driving and trekking through this rugged terrain and test of ones skill and endurance. We drive from Srinagar to Chandanwari from where we start our 32-kms trek through the mountains to reach the cave. This is a tour not just to off reaching the Amarnath cave but the journey itself as taken by many Indian pilgrims

Day 1 : Arrive Delhi
Welcome on arrival at Delhi international airport and transfer to hotel.

Day 2 : Delhi
After breakfast, guided tour of historic city of Delhi. The city where one can experience the influence of the many rulers who ruled this region, a city built and destroyed and re-built over seven times. The tour includes the magnificent Red Fort, the Jama Masjid, Asia's largest mosque, Humanyun Tomb, Birla Mandir, Qutab Minar, drive through India Gate, President’s House and Connaught Place. Evening, see Son-et-Lumerie at Red Fort (optional). Overnight at hotel.

Day 3 : Delhi – Srinagar (by flight)
Breakfast at Hotel. Transfer to the domestic airport to catch a flight to Srinagar. On arrival at Srinagar, you will be met by our representative and transferred you to the houseboat. Afternoon free for personal activities. Overnight at Houseboat.

Day 4 : Srinagar – Local sightseeing (50 kms)
Half day tour of world famous Mughal Gardens visiting the Nishat Bagh (The garden of pleasure) and Shalimar Bagh (Abode of love). Return to houseboat for hot lunch. In the afternoon Shikara ride on The Dal Lake to enjoy the beauty that God has graced this city with which is often compared to Venice. You will get a view of some very interesting places around the Lake. Overnight at houseboat.

Mysteries of Himalayas - Amarnath Cave with Pahalgam Day 5 : Srinagar – Pahalgam (93 kms- drive)
Leave Srinagar by cars/coach 93 kms half day drive to Pahalgam (2440 mtrs) enroute visit Saffron fields, Avantipur ruins and Mattan Temple. On the way see some beautiful more villages. Pahalgam is the most famous place for Indian Film Industry. Enjoy the nature charm of the valley. Overnight at hotel.

Day 6 : Pahalgam – Chandanwari (2895 M) (16 kms drive) – Sheshnagh (12 kms trek)
Leave after early breakfast from Pahalgam to Chandanwani by cars immediately start trekking ascending towards Sheshnagh, which is 12 kms trek. Steep ascending towards Pishoo Ghati pass at 13000 feet. Overnight in tents at Sheshnagh.

Day 7 : Sheshnagh (3377 M) – Panchtarni (14 kms trek)
Start early morning for a steep ascent upto Mahagunas (The great viper at 3377 mtrs) then an easy descend to Panchtarni situated at the foot of mount Bhairva. Overnight in tents.

Day 8 : Panchtarni (3657 M) – {Amarnath (3953 M) 6 kms trek – Baltal 4 hrs trek}
Start after breakfast steep ascent towards Amarnath Holy Cave where you can see Ice Lingam. This is the holy cave for Hindus & thousands of people visit the place during full Moon day. From Amarnath steep descend towards Baltal 3/4-hrs walk. Overnight in tents.

Day 9 : Baltal – Sonmarg – Srinagar (113 kms drive)
From Baltal it is 15 kms drive to Sonamrg. Sonmarg (2690 mtrs) which is the most beautiful spot of Kashmir valley. Sonmarg is known as Gateway of Ladakh. Continue drive to Srinagar, which takes 3 hrs from Sonmarg. Overnight at houseboat.

Day 10 : Srinagar – Delhi (by air)
Leave after breakfast for Srinagar airport to connect flight for Delhi. On arrival in Delhi, transfer to the hotel for wash 'n' change and proceed to international airport for connecting flight to onward destination. 


North India Pilgrimage Tour
Duration : 12 Nights / 13 Days 
Destinations : Delhi – Varanasi – Allahabad – Ayodhya – Lucknow – Agra – Mathura – Delhi – Haridwar – Rishikesh – Delhi

Day 01 : Delhi
On arrival our representative shall meet you at the airport to welcome you and transfer you to hotel. Overnight hotel.

Day 02 : Delhi
Morning after breakfast enjoy city tour covering Laxmi Narayan Temple – The Place of Gods, India Gate - The memorial of martyrs, Parliament House – The Government Headquarters, Jama Masjid - The largest mosque in Asia, Red Fort - The red stone magic, Gandhi memorial – The memoir of father of the nation beside these some other places to visit are - Qutab Minar Complex and Humayun’s Tomb. Overnight stay.

Day 03 : Delhi - Varanasi
Morning transfer to airport to connect flight for Varanasi. Arrive Varanasi met with and transfer to hotel. In the afternoon take an excursion to Buddhist town of Sarnath – The hallowed spot where Lord Buddha preached his first sermon after enlightenment. Overnight stay.

Day 04 : Varanasi
Morning half day city tour of Varanasi - Evening Aarti performance at the bank of the River Ganges. Overnight at hotel.

Day 05 : Varanasi – Allahabad
Morning depart by surface to Allahabad 125 Kms. 3 hrs. drive approx. Arrive and check-in to Hotel. Afternoon tour of Allahabad - visit The Sangam, Maha Kumbh Mela (after every 12 years), Allahabad Fort, Patalpuri Temple, Ashoka Pillar, Akshaya Vat. Overnight stay.

Day 06 : Allahabad - Ayodhya – Lucknow
Morning depart by surface to Ayodhya 167 Kms. 4 hrs. drive approx. Visit the major attractions of Ayodhya are the Ram Janmabhumi (birthplace of Lord Rama) where he spent most of his childhood, Lakshman Ghat, Kala Ram Temple, Kanak Bhavan Temple and several Jain shrines. Evening proceed to Lucknow 134 Kms. 3 hrs. drive approx. Arrive and check-in to hotel. Overnight stay.

Day 07 : Lucknow - Agra (overnight train)
North India Pilgrimage Tour Morning city tour of Lucknow covering Bara Imambara, Chhota Imambara, Rumi Darwaza, Hussainibad picture gallery, Clock Tower, Jama Masjid, Lucknow Residency. Evening transfer to railway station to connect overnight train to Agra. Dep. 2335 Arr. 0550 (next morning) Overnight at train.

Day 08 : Agra
Arrive Agra railway station met with and transfer to Hotel (Early check-in subject to availability) morning at leisure. Afternoon visit Red Fort – a visit to the fort in ‘Agra’ is a must since so many of the events which lead to the construction of the Taj took place here, Itmad-ud-Daula’s Tomb – The tomb is of particular interest since many of its design elephants overshadow the Taj.

Day 9 : Agra-Delhi – via Mathura
Morning we shall take you for a city tour covering -Taj Mahal – a poem written in white marble, the most extravagant monument ever built for love. Later this morning depart by surface to Delhi via Mathura & Vrindavan sightseeing 205 Kms. 5 Hrs. drive approx. Arrive and check-in to hotel. Overnight stay.

Day 10 : Delhi – Haridwar – Rishikesh
Morning depart by surface to Rishikesh 230 Kms. 6 hrs. drive approx. en-route visit Haridwar.
The list of attractions in Haridwar - Har-Ki-Pauri, the sacred ghat was constructed by King Vikramaditya in the memory of his brother Bhartrihari. The golden reflection of floral diyas in the river Ganges is the most enchanting sight in the twilight during the Ganga Aarti ceremony at the Ghat. The temple of Chandi Devi atop the Neel Parvat on the other bank of river Ganges was constructed in AD 1929 by Suchat Singh, the then King of Kashmir. The Chandi Devi Temple is now also accessible by a ropeway, which starts near the Gauri Shankar Temple. The temple atop the Bilwa Parvat is dedicated to Goddess Mansa Devi. One can have a panoramic view of Haridwar, the Ganges, and the countryside from this place. Later continue drive to Rishikesh. On arrival transfer to the Hotel.

Day 11 : Rishikesh
Morning city tour of Rishikesh – visit Ashrams & Temples – evening Aarti ceremony at the bank of the river Ganges. Overnight stay.

Day 12 : Rishikesh – Delhi
Early morning drive to Delhi 230 Kms. 06 Hrs. drive approx. On arrival check-in to the hotel. Evening at leisure. Overnight stay.

Day 13 : Delhi
Early Morning departure transfer to International airport to connect flight for your onward destination.

Lamayuru to Padum to Darsha Trek
Its reputation is well established and well deserved. It is perhaps the hardest route because of the great number of ups and downs. The best period is from the mid June to October. Allow 22 days. There is another options, which is move from Baralacha-la and Phirtse-la, after the Padum and can be covered in 24 days.

1st Day: Lamayuru to Wanla, 3 hours
Go up the Shillakong along the right bank, cross it, and then arrive in Shilla. Pass the village, go to a broad chorten then follow a narrow and dry gorge as far as the Prinkiti-la 3726 metres. Easy ascent, then pass an escarpment. Cross the river and go towards the village of Wanla. Short decent from the monastery which is the most photographed in Ladakh.

2nd Day: Wanla to Hanupatta, 5 hours
From Wanla, continue across the slope until entering the gorges. At the junction of the rivers, chorten and religious banners on a flat. Pass a ridge across the Yapola. Then, some easy, some difficult stretches until Phenjila 3 hours. A little beyond the village, cross again onto the left bank.

3rd Day: Hanupatta to Sirsir-la to Photoksar, 6 hours

From the village, gentle climb up to a large chorten, then long ascent of the Sirsir-la. The last third is steep. Pass is situated at 4800 metres. Easy descent to the river. Cross onto the left bank, then, long descent into a stony valley. Good campsite a short distances before the village of Photoksar.

4th Day: Photoksar to Foot of the Sengge-la, 7 hours
Rather steep climb to the Sengge-la taking from 2 hours, then a short slope leads into a broad valley. Easy going then gentle climb towards the Bumiktse-la 4200 metres, beautiful view, descent towards Photoksar 3750 metres, splendid village at the base of the huge mountain walls. Abandoned gompa 20 minutes away above the village.

5th Day: Foot of the Sengge-la to Lingshed, 6 hours
Easy climb of 4 hours up to Murgum-la 4100 metres. Continue climbing, pass an escarpment then go along the slope. Wonderful landscape, view of the valley of Nierag, on the other bank of the Zanskar. Gentle descent towards the villages of Gongma 3840 metres and Skiumpata. Then very steep climb as far as the Kiupa-la 3850 metres. Then climbing down gradually along the mountain side up to the foot of the Sengge-la.

6th Day: Lingshed to Hanuma-la Snertse, 7 hours

Long gradual descent from the Hanuma-la. Through gorges first, then easier. After 2 hours, pass a sheep fold. A further 2 hours to reach the summit of the Hamuma-la 4700 metres. A 1000 metres steep descent, then a 300 metres climb along the mountain side. From this small pass.

7th Day: Snertse to Hanumil to Parti-la, 6 hours

Still on a good and easy path 4 hours beyond Hanumil, small stream on the left. Take on a supply of water. The path leads away from the edge of the Zanskar, up to the plateau, then to the foot of the pass. Steep and difficult climb for the animals as far as the Parfi-la 3900 metres. Rather steep descent until reaching the Oma-Chu River. Good bridge, then up a 500 metres sandy slope. Wonderful lookout. Then along the slope as far as the sheep folds of Snertse.

8th Day: Hanumil to Pishu, 5 hours
Continue left bank. Easy going sometimes along the river, sometimes across the morainic plateau. A bridge before Pidmo, then another 2 hours until Pishu. Very good campsite 100 metres past the 2 houses.

9th Day: Karsha to Pishu, 5 hours
Easy stretch on the often hot and dusty bank of the Zanskar river. Above Rinam, small stream and shelter formed by the rocks. Before Pishu, make a little detour to see the longest hanging bridge over the Zanskar. It leads to Zangla. Attractive campsite below the village of Karsha.

10th Day: Karsha to Padum, 4 hours
From Karscha, head towards Pupating, then a dusty plain towards the Doda river and reach to the Padum.

11th and 12th Day: Padum
Two days kept for the rest at Padum and local sightseeing of padum Villages. The Padum is the major centre of Zanskar region. The preparation will be completed for the next operation.

13th Day: Padum to Mune, 5 hours
From the monastery, go down a steep incline to the main trail. After two hours, you arrive at Bardan Gompa, a Kagyupa monastery famous for its prayer wheel 180-cm height. From Bardan, a dusty road suitable for motor traffic leads to Padum without difficulty. Several quite beautiful villages on the opposite bank. Padum 3650 metres

14th Day: Mune to Ichar, 5 hours
Cross back over to the left bank, then a gradual climb before coming to a major tributary. Gradual descent down towards Reru, then quite a beautiful plain covered with flowers as far as Mune.

15th Day: Ichar to Purne, 6 hours
Go back down, cross the bridge, then go up the left bank. The trail overhangs the Tsarap is sometimes tricky and hard going. Frequent small canyons of pudding stones. Pass bit above a hanging bridge, which leads to the village of Cha. Two hours later, you arrive at Kaydang, a small village in popular groves. Carry on until Hamuni. Pass below the village of Surle. The Trail is still not good, several stretches difficult for the horses. Very good camp. Interesting fortified village.

16th Day: Pkuktal to Purne, 4 hours
Leave the horses in Purne. Go up the left bank of the Tsarap into splendid gorges. After 2 hours, cross a bridge in good condition. Fifteen minutes later, you arrive at a small tributary to the Tsarap, beautifully clear water cascading down. A ledge leads to a small plateau sprinkled with Chortens and religious banners from there, you can see the Phuktal monastery, one of the most spectacular sights in Zanskar. Phuktal belongs to the tradition of the Gelupas. The spring that gurgles deep in the cave is still out of bounds to women. The Hungarian historian Cosma de Koros stayed here over the winter of 1825-26. It is possible to find food and lodging at the monastery.

17th Day: Purne to Table, 6 hours
From Table, continue on the right bank along an easy path 2 hours before Tanze, you cross in front of narrow gorge where the route joins up with Hiking Tour. Tanze is small village, gompa on ruins bit higher up. A short distance beyond Tanze, there is a bridge across to the left bank. Monotonous going across morainic terrain. Slight rise leading to Kuru, major village of livestock breeders. Afterwards, an excellent path leads steadily lower. Arrival in Teta 3 hours, beautiful village. The path continues downward near the river. Stay on the left bank, then climb gentle slope up to Jal. Next comes a steep descent towards a large bridge which you cross to get to Table. You can either set up camp somewhere before the house.

18th Day: Camp at the Gumburanjon, 6 hours
Climb down a mass of fallen rocks, then cross several streams. After one hour, you pass beneath the face of the Gumburanjan, then an easy descent towards Kargyak 4100 metres on the right bank, no problem. Two hours after Kargyak, you reach Table. Good camp.

19th Day: Shinkun-camp at the Gumburanjon to Ramjak, 9 hours
From the camp, climb moderate slopes to the foot of the pass. Several easy stream crossing. The ground flattens out and the path zigzags through a moraine as far as the Shinkun-la 5090 metres, 5 hours. The decent is steep and dangerous for horses. Cross a final firm to reach the first meadows. Cross several easy streams, then go down an escarpment towards a small plateau. Nice view of the Gumburanjor. Good camp between two streams.

20th Day: Camp-Ramjak, 7 hours

Continue on the left bank until reaching second major ford, then go up the right-hand valley. There are good paths on both sides of the stream, but both are hard going. Good camp at Ramjak in small meadow, spring.

21st Day: Darsha- camp, 5 Hours
From Ramjak follow the track until the last hamlet, then a good footpath. Pass a spectacular gorge. Continue along the left bank, then cross a first ford. Good camp 1 hour beyond the ford, groves and reach Darsha.

22nd Day: Darsha

Relax till afternoon and move towards Manali via Rothang pass. Transfer to the hotel.

Cost of the tour is EURO 65 per day per person

  • Transportation by Car / Jeep through out the tour,
  • All pick up and dropping facilities
  • Sightseeing as per the itinerary
  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis.
  • All meals
  • Services of English Speaking guide
  • Services of Porter / helper / Cook
  • Mobile kitchen
  • Permission for this Trek
  • All climbing and camping gear
  • Camera Fee / Camping Fee,
  • All trekking equipment
  • All taxes.
  • Drivers T.A. – D.A.
  • ALL fuel, and state taxes, parking fee.

For this High altitude trek we will be provide as following and we suggest to do and trekkers to bring with them


WHAT TO BRING WITH YOU: Personal Clothing and Equipments: You need at least 3 pair of change of your clothing for this trip. Shorts, skirt or lightweight trousers are ideal in the heat of the day along with T-shirt, long sleeved cotton shirts and sun hat. During the evening and the higher altitudes warmers clothing will be needed, breeches, track.

Well fitting, comfortable trekking boots are to be preferred over training shoes for the actual trekking and clothing will be required for both extremes of climate, for hot sun when trekking through the lower foothills to freezing temperatures at night when camping in the high valleys

  • DUVET JACKET: Down or synthetic
  • WATERPROOFS: Jacket and trousers
  • SCARF: Silk/Nylon, useful for keeping the sun off the back of your neck
  • SUNGLASSES / GOGGLES: Essential to get a pair, which cuts out 100% UV rays
  • SUN CREAM: High protection factor [15 or higher] or high altitude glacier cream
  • LIP SLAVE/LABISAN: Protection for the lips. Get one with a sunscreen
  • WATER BOTTLE: 1-2 liter metal
  • IODINE: 2% SOLUTION [TINCTURE OF IODINE] obtained from most chemists put into a small glass dropper bottle. 8 drops of iodine will sterlise 1 litre of water in 20 minutes.
  • Toilet Items: Soap, Towel, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Shampoo, Comb, Sanitary protection, Toilet rolls [2], etc. Toilet paper is provided on Trek
  • HEAD TORCH: [Petzl recommended] -spare batteries and bulbs
  • SMALL KNIFE: Swiss army style - has many uses
  • SMALL PLASTIC BAGS /STUFF SACS OR PILLOW CASES: To separate and keep the gear in your kit bag in orders CIGARETTE LIGHTER: for burning toilet paper and rubbish.
  • OPTIONAL: SKI STICK: Telescopic for easy carrying
  • THERMAREST: Or similar self-inflating mattress, gives decadent luxury
  • WET WIPES: Or similar
  • SLEEPING BAG: Good quality feather sleeping bag.

Insurance & Emergency Expenses:

We suggest that clients insure themselves against a comprehensive claim policy. Which should also include Helicopter Evacuation if necessary. Please note that our any trek Package does not include any rescue or evacuation expenses in emergencies. Any Emergency arrangement other than regular straightforward tour itinerary service should be borne by the clients themselves.

Guide and Staff: A local English-speaking guide will escort the group throughout the trip including few local staff and porters for the camping.

Insurance: We highly recommend all clients to be insured against Medical, accidents & necessary emergency evacuation, if needed.

Precautions: As Garhwal Himalayas get very bright sunlight due to thin air, so taking photographs can be quite glare. We recommend you to take the advise from the photographic shop while purchasing the film rolls for Himalayas. Please ask your guide before taking photographs inside the temples,

Medical Kit: We suggest you to bring your own first aid kit with adequate medication regarding altitude sickness, nausea, dehydration and some painkillers.

Elastoplasts, Adhesive tape, 4" crepe bandage, Elasticated knee and /or ankle support if you experience strain these joints, Blister dressings, e.g. moleskin, compead, spenco dressings, Nasal Decongestant, Throat lozenges/ glucose sweets, * Wide spectrum antibiotic [Ciproxin recommended], Anti -diarrhea - Imodium or Lomita, * A course of Flagella [treatment of giardia], * Codeine Phosphate - constipate, cough suppressant and pain killer, Cold and flu suppressant, Aspirin / paracetamol., Rehydrate powder - useful for adding to your water bottle and for fluid replacing purposes.' Small pair of scissors, Any special medicines you require.

Physical Fitness: Before booking for this trip with us, clients should be in sound good health preparation for this trip. We advise bit of exercise like morning or evening walk or jogging.

These changes plus the effect of intense sunlight, walking hard & dehydration may cause a number or mild vague symptoms such as Loss of appetite, fatigue, headache, nausea, dizziness, palpitations, sleeplessness, mild shortness of breath with exercise.

Tourist is advised is not to carry any precious items while in tour.
Tourist can enroll his/her names for the tours by paying initial advance. The balance amount must reach Delhi Office at least 5 days before scheduled departure of the tour without waiting for reminder from our side. If the full amount is not paid in the time the company reserves the right to cancel the bookings with consequent loss of deposit and apply the cancellation charges.
Tourist travel at their own risk. Neither the tour operator nor their representative or staff accept any liability or responsibility for an kind of risk, theft, delay, damages, loss, injury, accident, death etc. during their tour howsoever it might have caused.
The operator has also right to cancel at any time any or all the tours announced without assigning any reason whatsoever. In such case the operator's responsibility will be only to refund the amount by such passengers, without any compensation whatsoever.
The hotels are subject to change without prior notice.
The seats in the bus are allotted on "first comr first serverd basis" at the time of booking of the tour.
If there is any loss or damage by any passengers to the property of the hotel, bus, tour, operator or any other concerned parties or person during the tour then such passengers have to compensate the concerned parties or person for the same immediately.
During sightseeing we will take the bus /car up to the point it is allowed or can be taken. There offer if any vehicle or other arrangements are to be made then the expenses should be paid by the passengers only.
Timings mentioned in the itinerary for the bus/car tour are only estimated time for the sake of knowledge. There are always chances of delay in arrival at the destination due to various reasons.
Refunds, if any, will be given after a periods of ten days from the date of claim. Refunds will be paid only by cheque and only against receipts.
Due to unavoidable circumstanmces, if there is aloes in the stay of hotel or sightseeing or missed then no refund will be granted to the passengers in this respect.
If any passengers decide to break their journey after commencement of the tour, they can do so, but no refund for the balance periods of the tour will be granted to them and their all onwards journey arrangements will be the sole responsibility of such passengers only.
All disputes /legal claims subject to Delhi Jurisdiction only.
20 Days or More days before departure of Tour 10% on Full amount
10 days before departure tour 25% on full amount.
06 days before departure of tour 40% on full amount.
Within 04 days before departure of tour :No Refund. 


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