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Trip Facts:
23Aug2018 Departure
Stay & Meals
Transportation
Limited Seats

Itinerary
Day 01 : Drive Delhi to Auli (2450m); 530 km, 12-14 hour.
Joshimath is a town in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, at an altitude of around 1875m, and is the starting point for a number of treks. The famous ski resort of Auli is accessible from here via a rope-way. Stay overnight in guesthouse/hotel.

Day 02 : Drive Auli to Govindghat (1828m) and Trek to Ghangaria (3050m); 1 hr drive and 4 hr trek.
Ghangaria is also known as Govind Dham. It is the base camp for visiting Hemkund Sahib and Valley of Flowers. The 13 km trek from Govind Ghat to Ghangria is a gradual ascent throughout on a well- defined trail. There are numerous waterfalls and lush green landscape all around.

Day 03 : Trek Ghangaria to Valley of Flowers (3600m) and back; 10 km, 5 hour.
The trek gradient to Valley of flowers is moderate and the entire landscape is dotted by the exotic colors of red, yellow, green and blue. The landscape is soothing to the eyes and treat for the soul. The gushing river, the mighty Himalayas and the multitude of color shades completes the alluring canvas of nature’s finest creation. Explore the mystic valley and spend some soulful time in the scent of the wild flowers. Return to Gangharia for overnight stay.

Day 04 : Trek Ghangaria to Hemkund Sahib (4632m) and back; 12 km, 6-7 hour.
The Hemkund Sahib is a religious site where Guru Gobind Singh is said to have meditated in a previous life. The World’s Highest Gurudwara is surrounded by seven snow-capped mountains and is home to Brahma-kamal, one of the rarest flowers species. The crystal clear waters of the lake reflects the surrounding Himalayan peaks, which builds an aura of peace and serenity.

Day 05 : Trek back to Govindghat and Drive to Joshimath via Badrinath; 13 km trek, 3 hour drive.
Take the same route from Ghangaria to Govindghat and from there drive for about an hour to reach the holy temple town of Badrinath. The beautiful temple of Badrinath sits on the banks of river Alaknanda with hot sulphur water pools and the backdrop of Neelkanth peak. For the spiritually inclined, there can be no better place.

Day 06 : Drive Joshimath to Delhi; 505 km, 7-8 hour.
Today we board our awaiting vehicle to drive us back to Delhi. Lunch on the way and trip finishes at the arrival in Delhi.

What is included
+ All arrangements for staying and camping while on the trip.
+ All meals while on trek (Veg | Egg).
+ Trek equipments including Tents, Sleeping bags, Mattress, Kitchen & Dining Tent and other utensils.
+ Safety equipment and Medical Kit.
+ Trek Permits and entrance fees.
+ Mountaineering qualified & professional Trek Leader, Guide and Support staff.
+ Group transportation by shared vehicle as per itinerary

What’s not included
– Transport to and from the Base camp.
– Personal Insurance and Expenses.
– Food during transit to and from the basecamp.
– Offloading charges for backpack, if required.
– Any costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances such as bad weather, landslides, road conditions and any other circumstances beyond our control.
– Anything not mentioned under the head inclusions.

What to pack
SUN ARMOUR
Sunscreen SPF 20 above | Sunglasses (UV proof/polarizer) | Hiking Hat & Scarf | Balaclava or Face mask

WATER SHIELD
Poncho | Waterproof Jacket & Trouser | Waterproof Backpack Cover | Waterproof hiking shoes

WINTER GUARD
Cold Cream & Moisturizer | Lip balm | Thermal Inner Wear | Base Layer | Sweater or Fleece | Down Jackets | Woolen Gloves & Socks | Mufflers

GENERAL ITEMS
Ruck Sack | T-shirts | Hiking Pants | Undergarments | Quick dry Towel | Paper Soap’s | Toilet Paper and Wipes | Head Lamp or Torch | Thin Multi-purpose Nylon Rope | Extra Batteries and Charger | Water Bottles or Hydration Pack | Hand Sanitizer | Toothbrush and Toothpaste | Personal Medical and First Aid Kit |Photo Identity Card

PERSONALIZED GEAR
Camera and Tripod | Day Pack | Hiking Pole or Stick | Snow Gaiters | Drone | Energy Bars or Dry Fruits or Electrols

Valley of Flowers @ 13,499/- Pp

Rate: 13499.00/person
Point Of Interest
The Valley of Flowers is a world heritage site and a part of the Nanda Devi Biosphere. The mystical fairy-land is spread over 87.5 sq. Km and flowers bloom everywhere in a riot of colors. Different flowers bloom in different months but the peak blooming period is from mid July to mid August. Almost 300 species of wild flowers bloom here undisturbed by mankind. The prominent species in the region are Brahma-kamal, Geranium, Blue Poppy, Marsh Marigold and Prinula. The rich bio diversity is also home for several species of wildlife including snow leopard, musk deer, red fox, Himalayan black bear and a huge variety of butterflies.
You’ll also be visiting the high altitude serene lake, known as Hemkund (4329m), a pilgrimage for both Hindus and Sikhs, as well as for people from other faiths. The reflection of the seven snow clad Himalayan peaks on the crystal clear waters of the lake is a sight to behold. On the way back to Joshimath after both the hikes end, you will be taken to Badrinath, one of the most revered Hindu shrines in the entire country.
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The Valley of Flowers is a world heritage site and a part of the Nanda Devi Biosphere. The mystical fairy-land is spread over 87.5 sq. Km and flowers bloom everywhere in a riot of colors. Different flowers bloom in different months but the peak blooming period is from mid July to mid August. Almost 300 species of wild flowers bloom here undisturbed by mankind. The prominent species in the region are Brahma-kamal, Geranium, Blue Poppy, Marsh Marigold and Prinula. The rich bio diversity is also home for several species of wildlife including snow leopard, musk deer, red fox, Himalayan black bear and a huge variety of butterflies.
You’ll also be visiting the high altitude serene lake, known as Hemkund (4329m), a pilgrimage for both Hindus and Sikhs, as well as for people from other faiths. The reflection of the seven snow clad Himalayan peaks on the crystal clear waters of the lake is a sight to behold. On the way back to Joshimath after both the hikes end, you will be taken to Badrinath, one of the most revered Hindu shrines in the entire country.

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