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Har Ki Dun Trekking Tour
Duration : 14 Days / 13 Nights
Destinations :
Dehradun - Mussoorie - Sankari - Taluka - Osla - Har Ki dun - Borasu Pass - Har-Ki-Dun - Dev Sach - Ruinsara Lake - Foot of Bali pass - Yamunotri - Janki chatti - Hanuman chatti - Rishikesh - Delhi

Day 01 / Delhi
On arrival at IGI Airport in Delhi, meet our representative in Indian traditional manner. The representative will transfer you to check in at hotel for overnight stay.
Day 02 / Delhi - Dehradun - Mussoorie
Our representative will pick up you from the hotel early morning after breakfast and drop you at the railway station to catch the express train to Dehradun. On arrival, just transfer to Mussoorie near about 34kms. Mussoorie is nestled in the circuit of Shiwalik ranges in the Himalaya foothills, presents the unbelievable beauty and snow clad peaks of Western Garhwal Himalaya also Dun Valley below. On arrival, proceed to check in at hotel. Residual time is at leisure to explore. Dinner & overnight stay will be at hotel.
Day 03 / Mussoorie
In the morning you will be perambulated the sightseeing of Mussoorie after your breakfast. Thereafter, visit Gun Hill by ropeway to have a panoramic view of Himalayan massif of Western Garhwal regions and walk along the crumple. There is also a Tibetan settlement in Mussoorie with Tibetan Bazaar. Dinner & overnight will be at hotel.
Day 04 / Mussoorie - Sankari - Taluka 160kms
This day you will be transferred to Sankari which is the trekking point. The route goes down to Yamuna Bridge at Yamuna River and further to Natwar at Ton valley which is way in of The Govind Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in Purola tehsil of Uttarakashi district of Garhwal. Natwar is the doorway and starting point of the sanctuary, at a distance of 200kms from Dehradun. This wildlife sanctuary has several mammal species for instance Snow leopard, Black bear, Brown bear, Musk deer, Bharal, Himalayan Thar. The rare birds are Monal pheasant, Koklas pheasant, Western Tragopan, Himalayan Snow cock, Golden eagle, Bearded vulture, cuckoos, owls & bulbuls and many more. The thorp of Taluka altitude 1900m, you drive to a point just past Sankri and spend the late afternoon walking the last 8-10kms. Dinner & overnight will be at the camp.
Day 05 / Taluka - Osla (2559mtrs) Trek 13kms
This day after your breakfast, you cross the Siyan Gad by bridge, further trail climb to Dhatmir thorp. Thereafter, cross the river towards right side of Ton river. The route goes through tea - shops and local Dhabas. Osla has very dense forests of Walnut, Chestnut, Willows and Chinars. On the way, explore the Ghangore Village & local temple. There are fairly 42 well populated villages in the territory of sanctuary, some are at height of 2900mtrs. The people are living a prehistoric life and still in several ways depend of forest for many of their basic needs. Dinner & overnight will be at camp.
Day 06 / Osla - Har Ki dun (3506mtrs) trek 14kms
After taking flavorful breakfast at the camp at Osla, you keep on your trekking to Har-Ki-Dun. The trail as well as surroundings is the most picturesque. By crossing a little stream your alleyway, the trail climbs gradually by way of lush-green terraced mountain fields and spotted with varied wild flowers. Har-Ki-Dun has a back drop of snow mountain peaks. On the way, you visit mesmerizing view towards east of Ruinsara Gad. The foremost are Kalanag peak (6387 mtrs), (Bandar punch 6316 mtrs), Swargarohini (6252 mtrs), Juandar glacier towards North and dense forests. It is one of the most picturesque spot in the Garhwal Hills. This is because it's called DEV BHOOMI (valley of Gods). Dinner & overnight will be at camp.
Day 07 / Har-Ki-Dun - Borasu Pass - Har-Ki-Dun 6kms
After taking your flavorful breakfast, continue trek for visiting the valley. Trek ascends slowly but surely towards Borasu Pass divides Har-Ki-Dun with Sangla Valley in Himachal Pradesh. You wind your way high above the valley to pass and enjoy the exquisite surroundings. In the afternoon you capsize down to camp for dinner and overnight stay.
Day 08 / Hari-ki-Dun - Dev Sach 14 kms
After taking your delicious breakfast, you capsize down the trail but then take the route to Dev Sach (height above sea level 3000m), a large meadow where local Gujar shepherds graze their buffalo. Dinner and overnight stay will be at camp.
Day 09 / Dev Sach - Ruinsara Lake 12Kms
After breakfast from Dev Sach you cross towards to Ruinsara Lake. The trail takes you via mixed forest and meadows of flowers as well as some exquisite waterfalls. This is a pleasurable walk through the pine, fir, and juniper to the Lake, considered sanctified through the local villagers. Enclosed by rhododendrons and shadowed by the exciting Swargarohini range, it is an ideal picnic spot. Dinner & overnight will be at camp.
Day 10 / Ruinsara Lake - Foot of Bali pass 8kms
Throughout day you steadily climb to foot or base of Bali pass - a majestic trio of Kalanag, Bander Punch and Swargarohini peaks stands in front of base camp. Dinner and overnight will be at camp.
Day 11 / Foot of Bali pass - Bali pass (4800mtrs) - Yamunotri (3165mtrs) 9kms
This morning after breakfast, set out trek for an exhilarating day for crossing the pass. Bali pass is about 4800m, and it is not a glaciated pass. Nonetheless, it is a rocky. A pass is between the Tons valley and the Yamunotri valleys; from pass a magnificent view of Swargarohini peak and below Ruinsara Gad. The route descends by way of opening meadows and later through forests to lead near Yamunotri temple. After crossing pass the trail is usually downhill to Yamunotri as the source of the river Yamuna. One of the four Dhams Shrines of Hindu pilgrims is subjugated by Bander punch (6361mtrs.). There is a hot spring at Yamunotri in which pilgrims submerge potatoes and rice in a piece of cloth. Dinner and overnight will be at the camp.
Day 12 / Yamunotri - Janki chatti (2575 mtrs) - Hanuman Chatti (2400 mtrs) 14 kms
This day after Yamunotri trekking by the side of Yamuna River fairly downhill to Janki Chatti than further to Hanuman Chatti is the last motor point before heading to Rishikesh. It's also a confluence of two sanctified rivers Yamuna and Hanuman Ganga. Dinner & overnight will be at hotel.
Day 13 / Hanuman chatti - Rishikesh
After breakfast, you will be driven to Rishikesh. On arrival; check in at hotel. Rest of the day is at leisure to explore the Ganga Aarti. Dinner and overnight will be at hotel.
Day 14 / Rishikesh - Delhi
Morning time is at leisure and after breakfast visit Temples and Ashrams. Thereafter drive to Haridwar railway station to catch the train for Delhi. On arrival, transfer to the airport to catch the flight for onward destination.
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