Kuari Pass :
DAY ONE: ARRIVE DELHI
Arrive Delhi. Afternoon sightseeing tour of Delhi combined with a visit to Akshar Dahm Temple.
DAY TWO: DELHI – RISHIKESH 225 Kms (6-7 Hours)
“Rishikesh- The gateway to the Himalayas”. Located at a height of about 408 mts. above sea level it rests in the laps of the lower Himalayas and is surrounded by the scenic and unparalleled beauty of the hills on the three sides with holy Ganga flowing through it.
DAY THREE: RISHIKESH – AULI (2800 M / 9185 ft) 296 kms ( 8-9 Hours)
Early morning drive to Auli . Auli is the most famous skiing destination in India. Enjoy the enchanting view of the Nanda Devi peak and other Himalayan giants from here. Overnight in a Tourist Rest House.
DAY FOUR: AULI – CHITRAKANTHA (3310 M)
We start trekking from Auli, today’s trek is of 15 kms and will take us 7-8 hrs. We will en route cross the famous bugyals (meadows) of Gurson and will also get views of the route leading to the famous Nanda Devi sanctuary, along the Rishi Ganga. Overnight in tents..
DAY FIVE: CHITRAKANTHA (3310 M) – KUARI PASS (3640 M) – DAKHWANI (3300 M)
Today’s trek of 14 km will take us about 4-5 hrs. You will get to see some of the most popular Himalayan peaks while hiking today. Overnight in tents.
DAY SIX: DAKHWANI (3300 M) – PANA (2450 M)
Today’s hike of 14 km is mostly through forests and will take us about 6-7 hrs. Overnight in tents.
DAY SEVEN: PANA (2450 M) – RAMNI (2550 M)
Today’s trek of 17 km will take about 6-7 hrs. Overnight in tents.
DAY EIGHT: RAMANI (2550 M) – GHAT (1330 M) – RUDRAPRAYAG/SRINAGAR
Trek 15 km (4-5 hrs) to reach Ghat. From Ghat drive down to Rudraprayag or Srinagar (5-6 hrs). Overnight in a tourist rest house.
DAY NINE: RUDRAPRAYAG/SRINAGAR – HARIDWAR
After breakfast drive to Haridwar (4 hrs).
Afternoon visit the city of countless Temples and hermitages. A gate way to Lord, it is one of the four places where drops of ‘Amrit’ elixir accidentally get spilled over from the pitcher being carried by bird Garuda.
DAY TEN: HARIDWAR-DELHI 225 Kms (6-7 Hours)
Morning drive to Delhi.
Evening tour of New Delhi- India Gate. Drive past the President’s estate and Parliament buildings, through Diplomatic Enclave and Connaught Place.
DAY ELEVEN: DEPART DELHI
Transfer to International airport to connect the flight to onward destination.
LIST OF ESSENTIALS
1. Shirts / T-shirts
2. Trousers / Track Pants
3. Windproof jacket
4. Fleece / Full-sleeve Woollen sweater
5. Thermal inner wear (upper & lower)
6. Woollen cap
7. Mittens (Woollen gloves)
9. Woollen socks (extra pairs to be carried)
10. Comfortable Trekking/Hiking shoes (shoes with a thick sole are recommended)
11. Raincoat / Poncho ( provided by us too, if need be)
13. Water bottle
14. Medicines, if requiring any specific medication
15. Camera (with extra film rolls)
Carry your stuff in a duffel bag, soft shoulder bag or a rucksack. Avoid suitcases, trolleys or any other hard luggage. Also carry a small knapsack to carry your personal items like cameras, water bottles, etc. while walking during the day. Each person should carry a maximum of 15 kgs of luggage on the trek.