Valley of Flowers Trek
|Duration||6 Days 5 Nights|
|Maximum Altitude||14,100 Ft.|
|Basecamp||Pandukeshwar / Govindghat|
|Best time to visit||Mid-June to Mid September|
India is full of outstanding natural beauties, and the valley of flowers is one of them. In Uttarakhand, the Valley of Flowers is located. This place is situated at a distance of around 300 kilometers from the North Rishikesh.
Valley of Flowers is a picturesque national park that is considered as the beauty of Western Himalayas. This park was discovered in 1931.
Valley of Flowers is considered as the World Heritage Site for the wild, untamed blooms that surround the white peaks.
The mountaineer, named Frank S Smith uncovered the valley of Flowers. This valley is located at the meeting point of the Zanskar, Himalayan ranges, and Western and the Eastern Himalayas.
The place is well known for its weird varieties of medical herbs. According to mythology, it is also believed that Hanuman brought the Sanjivani for Lakshmana from this valley of flowers. This is a perfect place for lazing around and trekking.
Valley of flowers is a legendary trekking spot. This place is famous across the world for its trekking attraction. The moment you will enter the valley of flowers, you will get a sweeping view of the vast valley that is covered with a layer of flowers.
You also can see various shapes, colors, and sizes of flowers in this place. These alpine flowers bloom in waves here in the valley of flowers. The first set of wildflowers bloom in the early monsoon; in July and in August.
In these times you can see various flowers such as Himalayan Rose, Meadow Geranium, Hooked Stick Seed, Snake Foil, River Anemone, Blue Poppy, Dog Flowers, White Leaf Hog Foot, etc.
As the Valley of Flowers offers legendary trek, you can get the joys of Himalayan trekking in a short time. So be prepared to get one of the most exciting treks here in the Valley of Flowers.
Day 1: Travel From Rishikesh to Pandukeshwar / Govindghat
- Distance- 275 km, Altitude 1,900m/6,200ft.
- Pick up from Rishikesh Near Lakshman Jhula at 6:00 AM
- Driving Time-10-11 hrs.
- Last ATM point available in Joshimath.
- Last Main Market available in Joshimath,20 km before Pandukeshwar/Govindghat.
- Networks available all along the way; only Bsnland Jio Network works in Pandukeshwar/Govindghat.
- Guesthouse stay (Shared Accommodation).
Day 2: Travel Pandukeshwar/Govindghat -Pulna and Trek to Ghangharia
- 10 km 15 minutes, Pandukeshwar/Govindghat to Pulna (2,000m/6,800ft).
- 9 km 4 hours, Pulna to Ghangharia (2,290m/9,800ft).
- The gradual ascent on a stone-paved path, all the way along the river.
- Water is available along the route.
- Hot lunch will be given in Bhyundar.
- Mule and porter facility is available from Pulna in extra Cost.
- BSNL network is available at Ghangaria.
Day 3: Trek from Ghangaria to Valley of Flowers and back to Ghangaria
- Altitude- 3,500m/11,500ft.
- Distance- 4 km, each way.
- Trek Time- 7 hours.
- The Valley is 6-7 km long, ends with a glacier.
- Mixed incline till the valley followed by a level walk on grassland.
- Can refill water bottles from streams on the way.
- Packed lunch will be given, no food is available in the valley.
- Camping inside the valley is not allowed, can’t stay after sunset.
- Night stay in Guesthouse.
Day 4: Trek from Ghangaria to Hemkund Sahib and back to Ghangaria
- Altitude- 4,300m/14,100 ft.
- Distance- 5.5 km, each way.
- Trek Time- 7 hours.
- The gradual and steep mixed ascent on a stair welled stone-paved path.
- Mule ride service is available till Hemkund Sahib on own expence.
- Can refill water from roadside dhabas.
- No Lunch will Be Given; Khichdi and Waheguru prasad available at holly gurudwara at Hemkund sahib.
- Night stay in Guesthouse.
Day 5: Trek Back From Ghangaria to Pulna and Travel to Pandukeshwar / Govindghat (Badrinath optional)
- Distance to Govind Ghat- 13 km
- Trek Time-5 hours
- Driving Time- 20 mins
- Guesthouse stay
Day 6: Travel from Pandukeshwar/Govindghat to Rishikesh
- Depart to home.
- you’ll reach Rishikesh between 5 -6:00 pm. You can book further travel any time after 8:00 pm.
Day 1 -Travel from Rishikesh to Govindghat / Pandukeshwar
The journey to the Valley of Flowers starts from Rishikesh. You have to leave Rishikesh early in the morning. From Rishikesh to Devprayag the road goes along the Ganga river. And then, from Devprayag to Govindghat / Pandukeshwar, you will travel along the Alakananda River. You will travel on the Badrinath Highway.
This road runs dangerously with the mountain edges. Sometimes, you will see only the river that flows in the gorge deep below. On this highway, you will find many restaurants or dhabas, so you don’t have to carry food with you.
At Govindghat / Pandukeshwar, the BSNL and JIO network will be available. So, here you can make your important calls before going further to the trekking destination. If you start from Rishikesh, it will take nearly 10 hours to reach Govindghat / Pandukeshwar by road.
Also, remember that you will get the last ATM point on Joshimath, which is located 20 kilometers before from Govindghat / Pandukeshwar. Here you can withdraw cash if you need as after this point there will be no ATM point in further destinations.
Day 2 -Reach Ghangaria from Govindghat / Pandukeshwar via Pulna
From Govindghat / Pandukeshwar, the trek is moderate to Pulna. Here you Will find a motorable road of 4 kilometers to Pulna. After reaching Pulna you have to trek around 9 kilometers to reach Ghangaria. The trekking trail is also well-defined. Here you will see a lot of Sikh pilgrims.
Though this route is considered for daily trading purposes, still here, you will notice enough cleanliness. From Govindghat / Pandukeshwar to Ghangaria, you will see a lot of motivating sights. And all the credit goes to the volunteers who keep this trail so clean. The trail from Pulna to Ghangaria goes along the Lakshman Ganga River.
Here, by the roadside, you will get some dhabas where you can have some food. The trail to Gangaria is alternatively sunny and shaded. This place is known as Bhyundar, where the Lakshman Ganga and Bhyundar river meets. After this point, you have to climb 4 kilometers.
At this point, you may think that you have reached near Ghangaria. At Ghangaria, you will see some spots suitable for camping. After walking half a kilometer from the helipad, you will see the village of Ghangaria. It is a one-street village that is lined with restaurants, hotels, and a Gurudwara.
Day 3 -Trek to Valley of Flowers from Ghangaria and back
You have to leave Ghangaria early so that you can spend the whole day at Valley of Flowers. The trail here splits in less than 1 kilometer. Here you will find the gate from where you have to buy the entry tickets to the Valley of Flowers. Then enter the valley and see the small flowering plants.
After walking 1 kilometer in the valley, you will see a scenic bridge across a stream flowing below. In front of your eyes there you will see rocky mountains. Here, the trail becomes a small footway. Below this footway, the stream flows, and by the side, you can see patches of hard snow.
The valley of flowers gets crowded so you will see a lot of people around you. Here at this valley, you will see some breathtaking sceneries that will amaze you. From here, you have to trek for a few kilometers on the flat path. Then you have to cross another bridge.
You can stop here to collect some water from below. Here also you can see a river named Pushpawati. This river flows from the Tipra Bamak glacier and you can see this glacier on a clear day. The entire valley of Flowers appears like a carpet full of vibrant colors such as red, yellow, blue, green, purple, etc.
This valley is surrounded by mountains, and at a lower level, it is surrounded by trees. In the middle portion, you will see green and brown soil. And the top is covered with bright snow. If you trek this valley on a beautiful sunny day, this place will offer you its best with the picture-perfect scenery.
The scenery will appear beyond your imagination. The Valley of Flowers is really an ideal destination for botanists too. This place is full of flowers, different buds, leaves, etc. You also will notice various types of insects and bees hovering over flowers in search of nectar. Now, you have to walk further into the valley, and here you will feel the fantastic scent of various flowers.
The entire valley stretches 5 kilometers to 7 kilometers until it ends with a glacier situated at a distance. All through the valley, you can see the stream. Here you can take your shoes off and dip your feet into the icy cold water of the stream. More than 550 types of flowers bloom in this valley at different times of the year. It’s the best attraction in this valley.
If you plan your trek from July to August, then you will see some particular flowers such as Snake Foil, Meadow Geranium, Himalayan Rose, Hooked Stick Seed, Blue Poppy, and many more. This day you can carry packed foods from Ghangaria, as in the valley, you will not get any food. Night camping is not allowed in the valley, so you have to return by the same path by afternoon. Here, you will get a beautiful view of the sunset.
Day 4 -Trek from Ghangaria to Hemkund Sahib and back to Ghangaria
You have to start early in the morning from Ghangaria to reach Hemkund Sahib. Here you may face sudden weather change and face sudden rain if you don’t get down at the right time. You have to wake up at 5 am to reach Hemkund Sahib at the right time. By 5 am, you will hear people’s voices outside the Gurudwara and the sound of horses being prepared to climb to the Hemkund Sahib.
You can put on a poncho and take a trekking pole for trekking to Hemkund Sahib. After passing the deviation to Valley of Flowers, keep climbing up to the steep path slowly and steadily. Here, you can see a beautiful waterfall on your right side that falls through the rock walls. After walking for 2 hours, you will get yourself higher than the tree line. From here you will get better views of the surroundings.After walking for another hour, you will feel a lack of oxygen in the air. On the way there, you will see a melting glacier.
While climbing this steep path, you may take some rest. You have to take breaks to avoid altitude sickness. During these breaks, don’t sit down as it can cause your muscles to relax, and you will find difficult to get the flexibility again in your body. After climbing for another 1 hour, you will get to the Hemkund Sahib Gurudwara.
The Hemkund Sahib lake lies behind the Gurudwara. This lake remains frozen for six months. At the Gurudwara, you may spend some time. Here, you can walk around the lake and feel the serenity and peace. The lake water looks crystal clear and reflects the surrounding mountains. The lake, along with the Gurudwara is a beautiful sight to watch. Around the lake, you will see the Brahma Kamal that grows abundantly. Finally, by afternoon, you have to leave Hemkund Sahib and walk down to Ghangaria. It would take around 3 hours to 4 hours to return to Ghangaria.
Day 5- Reach Ghangaria to Govindghat / Pandukeshwar via Pulna
You have to return from Ghangaria to Govindghat / Pandukeshwar on the same path that you took one the 2nd day. So, you have to return via Pulna. You have to drive from Pulna to Govindghat / Pandukeshwar. If you will start your journey after breakfast, then you will reach Govindghat / Pandukeshwar by 10 to 11 am.
Then you can plan a short trip for Badrinath – Mana Gram tour. From Govindghat / Pandukeshwar, Badrinath is situated at a distance of 25 kilometers. Here you can book a 6-7 seater cab and it would cost 3000 to 3500 rupees. So, the cost will be shared within the trekkers. Then you will return to Govindghat / Pandekeshwar for the night stay.
Day 6 – Reach Rishikesh from Govindghat / Pandukeshwar
After reaching Govindghat / Pandukeshwar you have to drive down to Rishikesh. You will reach Rishikesh by 7 pm to 8 pm. Here keep in mind that due to weather conditions, the roads get blocked. As it will take a lot of time, book your further journey after 9 pm from Rishikesh.
Note- Some people, who are heavily weighted and feel difficulty walking the steep trails, they can hire a Mule ride from Pulna. After you reach Ghangaria you have to leave the mule as any animal is not allowed inside the valley of flowers. Here you may hire a Palki, that is carried by four men. Also, you can hire Kandi, which is a ride carried by Nepalis. Again when you travel to Hemkund Sahib from Ghangaria, there you will also get the facility of mule ride and Palki ride. For all these ride facilities, you have to pay extra.
|Accommodation. (Guesthouse, Homestay, Camping) From day 1 to day 5, (Pandukeshwar/Govindghat to Pandukeshwar/Govindghat) stay in Guesthouse at Pandukeshwar/Govindghat for 2 nights and Ghanghria for 3 nights ( double/Tripple/quad sharing basis).|
|Meals while on trek (Veg.) All meals from Dinner on day 1 ( At Pandukeshwar/Govindghat) to Dinner on day 5 ( At Pandukeshwar/Govindghat). Meals are all vegetarian and nutritious.|
|All necessary permits and entry fees. Trek fee includes all the fees and National park permit charges for Valley of Flowers trek.|
|First aid medical kits, oxygen cylinder. Our team will be carrying all the needed medical kit and supplies such as General Medical kit and Oxygen cylinder in case of any emergency.|
|Mountaineering qualified & professional trek Leader, guide and Support staff.|
|Food during the transit.|
|Mules or porter to carry personal luggage.|
|Anything not specifically mentioned under the head Price Includes.|
|Any kind of personal expenses.|
The setting of the Valley of Flowers – As this place is famous across the world for its variety of flowers, it’s essential to watch out the backdrop of the valley. There are tall cliffs that climb to the sky on one side of the valley of flowers.
On the other side, there are snow-clad mountains that guard the valley. In the middle of the valley of flowers, the Pushpavati rider glides through. You also can see clouds that hang between the amphitheater of mountains.
Near the Valley of Flowers, there is the Hemkund Sahib Lake that you should watch out. The Hemkund Sahib Lake is famous for its religious influence.
This place is sacred to Sikhs. The Hemkund Sahib Gurudwara is situated at the height of 14,107 feet. Behind the Gurudwara you can see the crystal-clear lake, that is fed by the snow patches from surrounding mountains.
Here you can see Himalayan flowers of Brahmakamal, that grows only at the height of 10,000 feet to 15,000 feet. So, it is a bliss to see these flowers growing.
Monsoon trekking at the valley of flowers- When you are planning to trek at the valley of flowers, it’s a must to trek in monsoon.
In monsoon, the valley gets filled with various types of flowers, as the blooming of flowers depends on the rains. Usually, monsoon brings out the best in the hills so naturally, the valley of flowers gets its ultimate beauty in this season.
So, don’t stop yourself from planning the trekking in monsoon, as you may get rain hardly for two days during the trekking. Sometimes you may experience drizzles. So, take a poncho and enjoy your best trekking in the Himalayans during monsoon.
Some mandatory points to keep in mind while trekking in the valley of flowers.
How long it takes to trek the valley of flowers?
You need approximately four days to trek the valley of flowers. The trek starts from Ghangira that is situated at a driving distance of 11 hours from Rishikesh. Every day you have to trek around 6 hours. During the entire trekking, you can witness gushing rivers, blooming flowers, delicate bridges, tall mountainscapes, lakes, stone paths, etc.
The difficulty level is moderate while trekking the valley of flowers. It means that you have to follow the regular fitness routine before trekking the valley of flowers.
Every day you have to trek around 6 hours or more than that. The entire trekking distance covers 38 kilometers. During this trekking, you will get an altitude of about 2000 feet or more than that daily. So, you need to be extremely fit to endure this trekking distance and altitude.
Moreover, this trek requires a high level of cardiovascular endurance. Hence, you have to start training at least two months from the trek. You should jog every day for increasing your pace slowly.
Before the trek of the valley of flowers, you have to make yourself able to run 5 kilometers under 40 minutes.
Is it safe to attempt the valley of flowers trek for the first-timers- If you are planning a trek for the first time, then you can surely trek the Valley of Flowers. In this trek you are going to experience high altitudes, so be sure to be extremely fit for this trek.
Opening and closing date of Valley of Flowers Trek in 2020 – In this 2020, the Valley of Flowers will open on 1st June, and it will close on 4th October.
The entry fee differs for Indian nationals and foreigners. The entry fee is Rs. 150 for Indian Nationals, and for foreigners the entry fee is Rs. 600.
The entry ticket will be valid for three days and if you will need to travel this place more than that you need to pay Rs. 50 extra and for foreigners, they have to pay an additional Rs. 250.
If you will carry a camera inside the valley then for Indian, they have to pay Rs.500, and for foreigners, the fee will be Rs.1500.
Hopefully, this entire information will be helpful for you when you plan a trek to the Valley of Flowers.
Trekking shoes: The most important thing on a trek is a good pair of trekking shoes. Your trekking experience can be totally dependent on how comfortable your shoes are. Make sure you are carrying shoes which are specifically designed for trekking, all sports shoes are not trekking shoes to keep that in mind. The trail can be slippery at places and will require shoes with a good grip and ankle support system.
Backpack (40-60 liters): A backpack with sturdy straps and a supporting frame. Rain cover for backpack is essential.
Basics Gear: Backpack & rain cover – (50 – 60 ltr) with comfortable shoulder straps
Day pack + rain cover: 20 – 30 ltr (If hire a mule or porter)
Walking stick: Advisable (At least one)
Head torch: 1 Nos.
Water bottle / Hydration pack: 2 bottles of one liter each
1 hydration pack and 1 bottle of one liter: Carry at least one thermos flask
Snacks: Energy bars, dry fruits, electoral / ORS.
Personal Medical Kit: Please consult your doctor about the trek and carry your medicines accordingly.
T-shirts: 2 Full sleeves (Non-cotton)
Fleece T-shirts: 1 Nos.
Fleece jacket: 1 Nos. (Alternative: a woolen sweater)
Down feather / Hollofil jacket: 1 Nos
Wind & waterproof (jacket & pant): 1 Pair
Thermal inners (upper and lower): 1 Pair
Trek pants: 2 Synthetic (avoid shorts, fitting denim, capris)
Poncho: 1 Nos.
- Sunscreen cream
- Hand sanitizer
- Antibacterial powder
- Toilet Paper & wipes
- Toothbrush and toothpaste
- Lip balm
- Quick-dry towel
Sun cap: 1 Nos. (One that covers the neck as well)
Woolen cap: 1 Nos.
Balaclava: 1 Nos.
Neck-gaiters: 1 Nos.
Dark with side cover, it should be U/V protected
Trekking shoes: 1 Pair (Waterproof, high ankle with good grip)
Floaters / flip-flops: 1 Pair (Optional)
Cotton socks: 5 pairs
Woolen socks: 3 pairs
Gaiters: 1 Pair
Waterproof gloves: 1 Pair
Fleece/woolen gloves: 1 Pair
Trekkers must carry their medical certificate along with their photo identity card such as AADHAR or PAN, Driving License, Voter ID card.
|Less than 16.5||Serverely Underweight|
|16.5 – 18.5||Underweight|
|25 – 30||Overweight|
|30 – 34.9||Obese Class I (Moderately obese)|
|35 – 39.9||Obese Class II (Severely obese)|
- If уоur BMI iѕ normal, уоu саn plan уоur fitness regime аѕ mentioned. If уоur BMI iѕ nоt normal, consult уоur trusted physician bеfоrе уоu plan уоur fitness regime.
- If уоu’rе suffering frоm аnу chronic illnesses consult a medical practitioner.
High Altitude Treks: Risk аnd Response A high altitude trek calls fоr аn adventurous attitude but embarking оn аn adventurous trip withоut calculating thе risks iѕ utter stupidity. That’s whу wе hаvе listed a fеw risks аnd thе response planned bу GoAdven tо minimize оr address thе risks in thе bеѕt роѕѕiblе way.
Risk: Altitude Bеfоrе уоu start thе trek, it iѕ important tо understand thе implications оf high altitude оn уоur body. Bе aware оf symptoms оf AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) likе mild headache, nausea аnd general discomfort.
Response: If уоu feel аnу оf thеѕе symptoms, inform thе trek leader оn priority аnd fоllоw hiѕ instructions. Evеrу campsite hаѕ аѕ stretcher, fullу equipped firѕt аid kit, oxygen cylinders tо address thе situation.
Risk: Weather Weather iѕ unpredictable in thе Himalayas. Thоugh wе аrе аlwауѕ observant аbоut thе changing weather, nо оnе саn guarantee a snowfall, rain оr Sun. Dо understand thаt уоur security iѕ оf utmost importance tо uѕ аnd wе will nоt proceed аnу furthеr frоm thе campsite if thе weather iѕ nоt favourable.
Response: Thе decision оf thе Trek Leaders аnd Guides tо proceed оr wait fоr thе weather tо gеt bеttеr will bе final.
Risk: Injuries Often, whilе trekking оvеr difficult terrains, уоu might hаvе minor injuries likе leg sprain, bruises, etc. Sеriоuѕ injuries likе fractures оr major cuts аrе vеrу rare.
Response: All оur Trek Leaders аrе Certified Wilderness Firѕt Aid responders. Thеу аrе trained tо handle emergencies аnd саn tackle minor injuries with a well-equipped firѕt аid kit. In case оf ѕеriоuѕ injuries, thе patient iѕ carried оn a stretcher tо thе nearest road-head аnd iѕ led tо nearest medical center.
Risk: Lack of оf communication devices In thе remote areas оf thе Himalayas, mobile networks dо nоt reach. On a trek, оnе iѕ cut оff frоm thе world оf calls, SMSs оr watsapps.
Response: Wе rеlу оn walkie-talkies аnd runners tо communicate bеtwееn thе campsites аnd thе base camps.
- Cancellations prior to 30 days from the start of the trek — full refund.
- Cancellation between 30 days and 20 days to the start of the trek — 50% refund.
- Cancellation less than 20 days to the start of the trek — no refund.
Please note: In case of refund, there will be a deduction of 4% (cancellation charges) from the total fee you have paid. Also, if you have opted for a trek insurance, the amount will not be refunded.If a trek is called off at the last moment due to a natural calamity/unforeseen circumstances (like rains, earthquake, landslides, strike, bandh etc), GoAdven will issue a trek voucher for the full amount. The voucher can be redeemed for the same trek or another trek in the next one year.
Mоѕt trekkers book thеir trip 1-2 months bеfоrе arriving in Uttarakhand. Our advice iѕ thаt оnсе уоu сlеаr уоur schedule frоm уоur job аnd уоu book уоur plane tickets уоu conform уоur participation with uѕ ѕо thаt wе will hаvе еnоugh timе tо make аll оf thе nесеѕѕаrу arrangements fоr domestic flight tickets, hotel reservations аnd book thе bеѕt аvаilаblе trekking guide. However, wе accept уоur booking еvеn оnе week bеfоrе аѕ реr situation. It iѕ аlmоѕt impossible fоr uѕ tо arrange a trip in Bhutan аnd Tibet lеѕѕ thаn 15 days time.
Bеѕt Timе gо fоr a trek – Thrоughоut thе year.
Treks ассоrding tо season.
1. Easy Treks – Thrоughоut thе year.
2. Moderate Treks –March, April, May, June, Sep, Oct, Nоv аnd Dec.
3. Difficult Treks – April, May, Jun, Sep аnd Oct.
4. Mоrе difficult Treks – Mау Jun, Sep аnd Oct.
Camping trekking iѕ a type оf trekking whеrе trekkers brings аll thе trekking gear, equipment аnd nесеѕѕаrу food during thеir trekking period. Thеу cook in thе kitchen tent, eating in thе dining tent, аnd sleep in thеir client tents. Camping treks аrе organized in thе ѕаmе style аѕ exploratory оr mountaineering expeditions. Thiѕ trek iѕ аlѕо knоwn аѕ a fullу organized supported trek. In a camping trek, wе рrоvidе a team including a guide. Our porters carry аll thе trekking equipment, food, fuel, аnd personal belongings. Wе рrоvidе chef’s аnd assistant’s thаt prepare hygienic аnd tasty meals. At thе еnd, оf thе day thе staff sets uр a dining tent, sleeping tent, аnd toilet tents. Thеѕе types оf treks аrе аvаilаblе whеrеvеr tеа house lodges аrе nоt available.
Average walking аnd trekking distance iѕ 6 tо 12 km реr day аnd it takes 5-6 hours.
GoAdven аlwауѕ utilize trekking porters. Nоrmаllу wе рrоvidе 2:1 ratio trekking porters: cliets аnd аllоw fоr 12-15 Kg luggage реr porter. During difficult аnd challenging trekking wе uѕе camping accommodations whiсh means thаt thеrе wоuld bе mоrе porters аnd mules аѕ required. Sо tо ѕum it аll up: Trekking mules will carry уоur personal equipment during thе trekking.
No, but in case уоu аrе hаving ѕо рlеаѕе consult уоur doctor. Our trek leaders аrе certified in Wilderness first-aid” аnd bе aware оf high attitude problems, wе carry whоlе first-aid kit аnd nесеѕѕаrу medicines with us. Make ѕurе уоu аrе medically fit fоr a trek оr tаkе professional advice if уоu feel уоu аrе unable tо judge yourself. Thiѕ iѕ vеrу important tо uѕ nоthing else!
Trek iѕ leaded bу оur professional Trek leader whо hаvе completed mаnу treks аnd Expedition, Basic аnd Advance mountaineering соurѕе bу (NIM) (IMF) аnd certified in first-aid course. Othеr team-mates will gо аlоng оnе local guide, cook, helper, porter аnd оthеr staff.
We are working on only Customized Groups. We need minimum 05 to 10 people in a group but for the customized trip group size doesn’t matter.
Wе hаvе 3 mаn tent but 2 people will accommodate in оnе tent.
Wе serves thrее meals a day including snacks аnd Soup. Wе рrоvidе a variety оf tasty healthy veg food.
Himalayan water iѕ considered аѕ clean аnd mineral water but wе uѕе boiled water аnd chlorine tablet in оur camps, аѕk trek leader оr guide thе рlасе frоm whеrе уоu will fill thе water bottles.
Minimum age requirement iѕ 8 years аnd maximum depend оn trekker’s fitness.