Naggar is a village in the Kullu District of Himachal Pradesh, located about half an hour from Manali. It is easily accessible by road.
This scenic trek takes you through the gorgeous landscape of Kullu over 4 days. In any month, this trail is beautiful, but during the winter, it turns into dreamland. The snow weighs down the branches of trees, lends a soft muffled quality to the sounds around, and caps the peaks around. You'll trek through the alpine meadows, up to the Pass.
Because of the steep incline, this trek is rated at moderate difficulty. You can expect some good climbs, but you're always free to go at your own pace and take as many breaks as you want.
Located in the Kullu Valley, the Chandrakhani Pass is a sight to behold. The trail is meandering and offers breathtaking views of surrounding snow-capped peaks. This 4-day trek is ideal for nature lovers looking to move away from the monotony of city life. You'll meet at the charming hamlet of Naggar before the trek begins, and spend the day there.
Start the trek from the beautiful village of Naggar | Walk through a trail known for its charm and appeal | Enjoy excellent views of Deo Tibba, Parbati and Pir Panjal peaks
Participants reach Naggar and are given a brief orientation by the trek leader. There's enough time to explore the surrounding areas and go shopping in the market. Naggar is famous for the ancient wood palace here, as well as being the resting place of Nikolai Roerich, a famed artist and accomplished intellectual. Overnight stay is in a guesthouse at Naggar.
Overnight in guesthouse on twin sharing basis
Tonight you'll stay in Naggar in a guesthouse. Don't forget to visit the German Bakery for a slice of chocolate cake. Today is a day for acclimatising, so take an easy stroll around the market and go to bed early.
No meals provided today
The cancellation policy is as follows: 30 days from date of departure: 25% of total amount will be refunded
Between 30 days to 20 days: 15% refund of total amount will be refunded
19 days or less: No refund
The supplier reserves the right to discontinue the trip.
The trek leader's decision is final.