Region: Manali Total Duration – 3 Nights / 4 Days Grade – Easy Best Season – April to July and December to January Accommodation – Hotel. Food – Breakfast
Prayer flags cast their mantras into the air, fluttering to the slightest icy breeze. Mighty and barren occur yellow mountains stand naked all around. Few small patches of grassland spread across in the valley. Icy, but fresh water, straight from the glaciers, flow right next to you. Majestic and peaceful gompas and monasteries stand in pride atop the barren mountains. The sky so blue; And the cotton-like clouds so white, float in the sky, kissing the snow covered peaks in the distance. No, all this is not a dream, but the land of Ladakh. You have to be there to feel it. LADAKH HAS SO MUCH TO OFFER World’s highest motor-able passes. Lot of monasteries. Pristine blue lakes. Sand dunes in the middle of nowhere. The last few of the double humped camels in the world. Kindest people you will ever meet. Delicious food. Landscapes which will make you forget everything else. And the good news is, we will be indulging in ALL these!
TRIP HIGHLIGHTS REGION: LEH Total Duration – 6 Nights / 7 Days Maximum Altitude – 3,500 mtrs. Grade – Easy Best Season – June to October Accommodation – Hotel Food – Breakfast & Dinner Distance – 700 KM
Region: Sethan, Manali, Himachal Pradesh Total Duration – 1 Night / 2 Days Maximum Altitude – 3303 m/ 10900 ft Grade – Easy Best Season – Mid January to Mid March 2019 Accommodation – Igloo Food – All meals included Distance – 0 KM Hop in for some crazy adventure this winter. Igloo camping, yes you heard it right. First time in India and the most desired adventure in Manali. Bring in your friends, family and beloved ones and spend your winters in the pleasant and serene environment of Sethan, Himachal Pradesh. Igloo is a shelter made from blocks of snow placed on top of each other. It was used by hunters or Inuit peoples called as Eskimos, when they were away from their regular homes. So igloo has a history of being made in northern and colder parts such as Central Arctic, Greenland. But that’s all going to change this winter with the brand new Igloo Stay in Manali. Now no one has to wait planning to go Arctic regions, just move off on to the mighty Himalayas for your preferred staying packages at Manali. Staying a night in winter in a camp amidst land submerged with snow, would be the moment when one’s dream comes true. Staying in an Igloo would let one to experience Nature real close with a magical experience, which is indescribable for those who spend a night inside it. So it is a new concept of building temporary and Natural shelters with snow, which is totally eco-friendly. As Igloos are temporary, they will melt as summer gets closer after the month of March. One should come with family or friends in the month of January to February to this mind blowing vacation in an Igloo, with campfire in front surrounded by snow laden mountains, barbeque, delicious meals, Skiing and other winter sports all along. This feeling of Arctic will be provided in hinterland meadows of Manali in Hamta Valley. Here snow fall is decent and is perfect place for the Igloo vacation. One will be taken by a 4x4 vehicle to the Igloo site. The drive will pass by some of the fascinating landscape of the valley villages to dense forests of Cedar, Pine and oak. Our Igloo site is surrounded by the forest and in front is the spectacular beauty of the valley below. One would be provided electricity, Hot water Bottles, All three meals, Campfire, Feather Sleeping bags with Warm Fleece. WEEKEND GATEWAY Activities (NOT INCLUDED) Snow Treading Tread into the snow laden winter forest to the white meadows of Sethan Valley. It will be a day hike on snowy terrains to tranquility. This could be a memorable time to the neophytes encountering snow and snow that is so vast heightening about 7-8 ft. Sledging Tube Sliding You can maximize your fun indulging in some snow fun activities like tube sliding. Sledging tube sliding doesn’t require experience. Slide down a snow covered hill and enjoy being in snow. Skiing, Snow Boarding Doing any winter sport like Skiing/Snowboarding on the ideal slopes of Hampta, is an exciting memoir. For this activity we will provide professional skiers and snowboarders as per of one’s designed plan. You need to inquire for the same.
Region : HaridwarTotal Duration : 9Nights / 10 DaysModerate : DifficultGrade : 1,607 Km Char Dham refers to the four holy Hindu pilgrimage sites in India, which are considered the most sacred places in the Hindu religion. These four sites are located in the Himalayan region of Uttarakhand state in North India. The Char Dham sites are Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath. Yamunotri: The first stop of the Char Dham Yatra is Yamunotri, located at an elevation of 3,291 meters above sea level. It is the source of the Yamuna River, which is considered one of the most sacred rivers in India. The main attraction of Yamunotri is the Yamunotri Temple, which is dedicated to Goddess Yamuna... Gangotri: It is a town located in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, and it is the origin of the holy river Ganges (also known as Ganga). Gangotri is located in the Garhwal Himalayas at an elevation of about 3,100 meters (10,200 feet) above sea level.The town of Gangotri is considered one of the four holy pilgrimage sites (Char Dham) in Hinduism, and it is visited by thousands of devotees every year. The Gangotri temple, dedicated to Goddess Ganga, is the main attraction of the town. The temple was built in the 18th century by Amar Singh Thapa, a Gurkha general, and it is made of white granite. Apart from the temple, Gangotri is also known for its natural beauty and trekking opportunities. The Gangotri Glacier, which is one of the largest glaciers in the Himalayas, is located about 19 km (12 miles) from the town, and it is a popular destination for trekkers and mountaineers. The best time to visit Gangotri is during the summer months (April to June) when the weather is pleasant and the snow has melted, allowing for easy access to the temple and the surrounding areas. However, the town can be crowded during this time due to the high number of visitors. The town is closed during the winter months (November to March) due to heavy snowfall, and it is not accessible by road. Kedarnatha : Kedarnath is a town located in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. It is situated in the Rudraprayag district, at an altitude of 3,583 meters (11,755 feet) above sea level. The town is named after the famous Kedarnath Temple, which is one of the four sacred shrines of Hinduism and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The Kedarnath Temple is believed to have been built by the Pandavas during the Mahabharata era, and it is considered to be one of the holiest pilgrimage sites for Hindus. The temple is located near the Mandakini River and is surrounded by snow-capped mountains, making it a popular destination for tourists. Apart from the Kedarnath Temple, the town also offers several other attractions for tourists, including the Gandhi Sarovar, Vasuki Tal, Gaurikund, and Sonprayag. Visitors can also go trekking and camping in the surrounding mountains. Kedarnath is accessible by road from major cities in Uttarakhand, and the nearest airport is the Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun, which is around 239 kilometers (149 miles) away. The best time to visit Kedarnath is from May to June and from September to November, as the weather is pleasant during these months. However, the town remains closed during the winter months due to heavy snowfall. Badrinath : Badrinath is a town located in the Chamoli district of the Indian state of Uttarakhand. It is situated at an altitude of about 3,100 meters (10,170 feet) above sea level, in the Himalayas. The town is famous for its ancient Badrinath Temple, which is one of the holiest Hindu shrines dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The Badrinath Temple is believed to have been built by Adi Shankara in the 8th century CE, and it is one of the four sacred shrines of the Char Dham Yatra pilgrimage in Hinduism. The temple is situated on the banks of the Alaknanda River and is surrounded by majestic snow-covered peaks. Apart from the temple, Badrinath is also known for its natural beauty and trekking opportunities. The town is located in the midst of the Nar and Narayana mountain ranges and is surrounded by lush green forests and valleys. The Vasudhara Falls, Mana Village (the last village before the Tibetan border), and the Tapt Kund hot springs are some of the popular attractions in and around Badrinath The best time to visit Badrinath is during the summer months (May to June) when the weather is pleasant and the snow has melted, allowing for easy access to the temple and the surrounding areas. The town is closed during the winter months (November to April) due to heavy snowfall, and it is not accessible by road.