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Manali Trek Tour

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Duration :
07 Days
Places Covered :
Delhi - Manali - Rohtang Pass - Batal - Kunzum Pass - Chander Tal - Kunzum Pass - Manali - Delhi
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Day 1 : Delhi - Manali
Transfer to Palam Domestic airport for flight IC-475 to Kullu at 0900 Manali  Trek Tourhrs to arrive Kullu (Bhuntar airport) at 1030 hrs. Transfer from Bhuntar airport to Manali and check into Hotel Holiday Inn or similar. After lunch, we drive down to Manali town for self exploration of town. Overnight at hotel.

Day two : Manali - Rohtang Pass - Manali
Right after early breakfast, we drive to Rohtang Pass for sight seeing. This day is should for acclimatization. Return back by lunch time and day cost-free at leisure. Overnight in hotel.

Manali
Manali, according to legend, was born once the waters with the Terrific Deluge receded along with the seventh Manu's ark came to rest on the hillside during this valley. Because the earth dried up there came up a location of breathtaking elegance which was named soon after the excellent sage. Over the final 10 years Manali has grown from a back of the past Himachali town to a chaotic tourist vacation destination bustling with as quite a few as 400 hotels. It is actually the centre of the flourishing orchard industry, a well-liked honeymoon vacation destination and trailhead for several treks.

Day three : Manali - Rohtang Pass - Batal
Soon after early breakfast, generate over Rohtang Pass for Batal. Attain Batal by lunch time. Night absolutely free at leisure & overnight in tents.

Rohtang Pass
Situated about 51 km from Manali city at an altitude of 4,111 meters (13,400 ft.) on the highway to Keylong, is Rohtang Pass. Here one sees the majesty of the mountains at its height and splendour. At the top from the Pass the air seems to glitter against the snow as you look down more than herringboned ridges into the Lahaul Valley. There is a beautiful Doshohar Lake left to the pass, where pilgrims go every year on the auspicious day of 20th Bhadon. This will be the only access to Lahaul valley. The pass is open from June to September each year although trekkers can across the pass a little earlier. Rohtang pass is the gateway to Lahaul valley just as Zojila pass in between Kashmir valley and Ladakh.

Batal
Batal is situated at the foot of Kunzum pass, which provides the main approach to Spiti from Lahaul. The panorama as viewed in the top with the pass is enthralling and inspiring. On the way is Bara Shigri glaciers. Bara meaning big and Shigri meaning glacier in Lahauli dialect. The view from the Shigri Stream emerging from beneath a huge iridescent archway of solid ice is a never-to be forgotten sight. Behind the archway lies theShigri glacier climbing up to dizzy height. The glacier is mountainous mass of solid ice, more than a kilometer wide and extending over a distance of ten kilometers.

Day 4 : Batal - Kunzum Pass - Chander Tal
Following breakfast, we generate 10 kms to Kunzum Pass and start trekking 12 kms to Chander tal. A pleasant 4 hrs walk along with the Chandra tal appears. Overnight in tents.

Kunzum Pass (4551 m)
110 from Manali,Kunzum provides chief access to Lahaul valley by the good Kunzum range. The lofty Shigri Glacier is seen in front in all its grandeur. The crest of the pass has been marked by a chorten of stones erected ages ago. The Panorama as viewed from the top of the Pass is enthralling and inspiring. There is a temple dedicated to Kali, acknowledged as Kunzum Devi. Rahul was the son of Buddha and the name Lahaul is drived from Rahul.

Day 5 : Rest Day

Day 6 : Chander Tal - Kunzum Pass - Manali
Immediately after early breakfast, trek back again to Kunzum Pass and generate back again to Manali to arrive late in the night. Check into Hotel Holiday Inn. Overnight.

Day 7 : Manali - Delhi
Transfer to Bhuntar airport for flight no. IC 475 to Delhi 1110 hrs to arrive Delhi at 1240 hrs. Transfer to hotel.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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