New Delhi Railway Station is well connected by means of road, rail and metro. The exact spot will be communicated to the participant upon booking confirmation.
This trek is a short, easy trek that takes you up to a spectacular 13550 feet. It runs along the high Himalayas, offering you great views all the way. The trek allows you to visit Tungnath, which is said to be the highest Shiva temple in the world.
The challenge of climbing to Chandrashila is an exciting one for any adventurer, and the 360-degree panorama of the mighty Himalayas is ample reward.
Although it takes you fairly high up into the mountains, this trek is considered to be a good trek for beginners looking for the full Himalayan experience. Chopta being a hill station, this part of the trail winds through splendid meadows filled with flowers. In spring, you'll be surrounded by the gorgeous pinks and reds of the rhododendron forest in full bloom.
Visit the highest Shiva temple in the world | Climb Chandrashila Peak to get a closer look at the Himalayas | Camp beside a lake at Devariyatal
Take the overnight NDLS DDN AC Express (11:55pm) from Delhi to reach Haridwar early in the morning (4:00am).
Overnight train journey.
Travel from NDLS to Haridwar in II or III tier AC coaches.
No meal is provided today.
Please note that the following charges will apply on cancellation:
If cancellation takes place more than 45 days prior to departure, your full deposit will be returned except a processing charge of Rs. 5000
If cancellation takes place between 45 and 30 days prior to departure, 50% of the tour price will be forfeited
If cancellation takes place less than 30 days prior to departure, 100% of the tour price will be forfeited.
Aquaterra Adventures India Pvt. Ltd. reserves the right to cancel any expedition prior to departure, in which case participants will be given a refund in full.
Aquaterra Adventures Pvt. Ltd. strongly recommends that you buy travel insurance including cancellation insurance upon booking.
The trip leader's decision is final.
Participants have to respect local culture and should not litter or deface natural structures/monuments.