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Highlights

Experienced and Certified Trip Leaders
Opportunity to witness the scenic Himalayan ranges
Get a chance to witness the ancient villages that are 2000 years old
Visit Duryodhana Temple in Osla
Chance to spot various species of birds

About

The trek to Har Ki Dun takes you to a cot shaped valley perched at an altitude of 3400 mts above from the sea level. It is trekkers’ paradise as the valley offers a spectacular view of far off lands and mountains of Garhwal Himalayas. It is an exquisite trek to the Har Ki Dun valley with mesmerizing views of the Swargarohini group of peaks. Also, you will pass through some of the most alluring alpine meadows and pine forests which is a treat to the eyes. During winters the snow-covered trail looks captivating as and when the sun tries to peep behind the clouds. The Har Ki Dun trek also offers you an opportunity to visit some of the ancient villages that are 2000 years old. You will get to see the lives of the locals who are residing in the valley. Apart, one also gets a chance to spot various species of birds that flourish in this region. While trekking on this trail, one also gets to see the temple of Osla which is dedicated to Duryodhana. You will find people of this region very warm and welcoming. It is considered as one of the oldest treks in the Himalayas and it is also believed by some locals that this is the same route taken by the Pandavas in the Mahabharata on their journey to heaven.

Detailed Day Wise Itinerary

Day 1 : Arrival Rishikesh

    Arrive at Dehradun Airport, meet our representative and drive to Rishikesh. On arrival, check-in at the hotel. Evening, proceed for Ganga Aarti at Triveni Ghat. Overnight stay is at Hotel/Guest House in Rishikesh.

Day 2 : Rishikesh – Sankri (Drive, 230 Kms / Approx. 8 hrs)

    Morning, after breakfast, drive to Sankri and on arrival, check-in at the Camp / Guest House. Sankri is a scenic hamlet where you can discover the lushness of the Himalayan valley. It is one of the most beautiful villages in India and is the base camp to some of the famous Himalayan treks. Overnight stay is at Homestay/Guest House in Sankri.

Day 3 : Sankri – Taluka – Cheludgad (Drive, 11 Kms & Trek, 13 Kms)

    Post breakfast, drive from Sankri till Taluka, the last motorable village. Taluka village is at an altitude of 2410 mtrs above sea level. From Taluka, you will start the trek for Cheludgad. Cross the wooden bridges over streams and en-route you will also get to see different Jaunsari villages. On arrival at Cheludgad, take some rest and evening you can explore the surrounding nature. Overnight stay is at Camp in Cheludgad.

Day 4 : Cheludgad – Seematra (Trek, 07 Kms)

    Morning, continue the trek for Seematra. You will get to know about the traditional values of people living here by talking to villagers. This place has got scenic views and is extremely beautiful. The greenery is eye-pleasing and heartwarming and in the month of winters, it remains covered by snow and looks alluring. On arrival at Seematra, check-in at the camp. Overnight stay is at the camp in Seematra.

Day 5 : Seematra – Har Ki Dun (Trek, 7 Kms)

    Morning, after breakfast, start the trek for Har Ki Dun, also known as “The Valley of Gods”. On the trail to Har Ki Dun valley, you will come across many streams from where you can fill your water bottles, ascend slowly where you will find the number of pine trees on the way. From there the snow-capped mountains glimmer from a distance which attracts the eye of visitor. The views from there are fetching and captivating. Arrive at Har-Ki-Dun campsite and rest of the day will be free at leisure. As the region comes under Govind Ballabh Pant Wildlife Reserve, one can witness the variety of flora and fauna. Overnight stay is at the Camp in Har Ki Dun.

Day 6 : Har Ki Dun – Maninda Tal (3970 M) – Har Ki Dun (Trek, 6 Kms)

    Morning, after breakfast, proceed for an excursion trek to Maninda Tal. Initially, the trail will be narrow and after a kilometer it opens into a wide valley. After ascending on few more altitudes you reach Maninda, a glacial lake with crystal clear water. Spend some time there and then trek down back to Har Ki Dun. Overnight stay is at Camp in Har Ki Dun.

Day 7 : Har Ki Dun – Osla – Cheludgad (Trek, 13 Kms)

    Today’s trek from Har Ki Dun to Osla via Cheludgad is long one but descend is easy and you will reach your campsite in 5-6 hours. On your way, Black Peak and Bali Pass are visible which looks bewitching, with the views of these great mountains mesmerizing landscapes and sights make it picture perfect. This downhill trek is easy with exotic views, continue trekking and you will reach Osla village, there is a very famous temple of “Duryodhan”. The pollution-free serene environment, traditional and religious values of this place will amaze you. Later, get back to Cheludgad campsite to spend your night.

Day 8 : Cheludgad – Taluka – Sankri (Trek, 13 Kms & Drive, 11 Kms)

    After breakfast, trek down to Taluka, stopping at spring water points in between. Reach Taluka road head and drive to Sankri. Overnight stay is at Homestay/Guest House in Sankri.

Day 9 : Sankri – Rishikesh (Drive, 230 Kms / Approx. 8 hrs)

    After breakfast, check-out from the Camp/Guest House and drive from Sankri to Rishikesh. On arrival, check-in at the hotel. Overnight stay is at Hotel/Guest House in Rishikesh.

Day 10 : Rishikesh - Departure

    Morning, post breakfast, check - out from the hotel and transfer to Dehradun Airport to board the flight for your onward journey. ***Trip Concludes***

Inclusion Exclusion

  • 04 nights’ accommodation in well-appointed Guest Houses/Hotels in Rishikesh and Sankri.
  • 05 nights’ accommodation in camps.
  • Daily breakfast, lunch and dinner as per the itinerary.
  • Assistance on arrival and departure at the airport.
  • To and fro transportation from Rishikesh, as per the itinerary.
  • Transfers from Sankri to Taluka and vice versa by local jeep.
  • All necessary permits and fees for the trek.
  • Local and experienced trekking guide, supporting staff and their charges.
  • Trekking equipment like tents, sleeping bags, sleeping mats etc.
  • Kitchen tent, Utensils, Toilet tent, Camp stools etc.
  • Porterage charges (Baggage up to 10 kg per person).
  • All safety equipment, first aid kit etc.

  • Any flight or train tickets.
  • Any meals, other than the one mentioned in the above inclusions.
  • Items of personal nature like laundry, personal medication, souvenirs etc. 
  • Tips to guide, supporting staff, porters, driver etc.
  • Anything which is not mentioned in the above inclusions.
  • 5% GST