Manali Bus Stand is a popular landmark in Manali and is well connected by means of road.
This is the lake that never freezes over completely, according to local legend. At an elevation of 14,000 feet, it is accessible via Vashisht hot springs near Manali, and offers a great trek. You'll pass through the green valleys of Kullu, and pass into the more barren landscape near Rohtang Pass as you go higher. One of the attractions is your campsite that is at the same altitude of Rohtang Pass, one of the highest motorable roads in the world. Total bragging rights!
This trek is one of the easier ones in Himachal Pradesh, and is suitable for families, trekking newbies, and anyone looking for a short mountain getaway. It takes you through gorgeous forests filled with flowers and fruit trees, and into the lap of the snowy peaks of the Pir Panjal range.
Visit the pretty meadows of Khanora | Camp in tents at the same altitude as Rohtang Pass| Spend some time in the peaceful environs of Bhrigu lake
Your day begins with a beautiful drive from Manali to the tiny village of Gulaba, from where your trek begins. You'll ascend through pine and oak forests, into the higher pastures of Khanora. Look out for views of Solang Valley, Kothi village, Hanuman Tibba, and lots more. Overnight in tents.
Camping in the wilderness.
Participants sleep in clean sturdy tents on triple sharing basis.
Lunch | Snacks | Dinner
Please note that the following charges will apply on cancellation:
If cancellation takes place more than 30 days prior to departure, 100% of the tour price will be refunded
If cancellation takes place between 30 to 15 days prior to departure, 75% of the tour price will be refunded
If cancellation takes place between 14 to 8 days prior to departure, 50% of the tour price will be refunded If cancellation takes place less than 7 days prior to departure, 100% of the tour price will be forfeited.
NOTE that all cancellation will incur a processing fee of 5% on the trek fee.
The participants will have to follow the instructions given by the trek leader and guide.
Consumption of liquor, drugs, tobacco products, cigarettes etc. is strictly prohibited during the camp.
There is a zero-tolerance policy for participants who litter, deface property or monuments, or cause general disturbance. Any flouting of these rules will be dealt with seriously, and may involve expulsion from the trek or camp, and no refund is admissible in such cases.