Pin Parvati Pass Trek

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About Pin Parvati Pass

The Pin Parvati Pass is a high altitude mountain pass in Himachal Pradesh, India and it is the shortest route connecting the lush Parvati valley in Kullu with the Pin valley in Spiti. The trek is a popular one because once across the Pin-Parvati Pass (5319m), there is a complete change in landscape and the mountain slopes immediately turn barren and rugged.

The prevalent culture of the inhabitants also changes from Hinduism on the Kullu side to Buddhism in Spiti. Often referred to as the most challenging trek in the Indian Himalayas, it’s more than worth the effort.

About Pin Parvati Trek

The Pin Parvati Pass trek is one of the most enthralling and challenging trekking trails in India and is recommended for trekkers with previous experience. Although it is not for the faint hearted, don’t be deterred. You’re good to go if you’re over 15 years of age, with reasonable fitness and stamina, and with prior high altitude trekking experience.

The Pin Parvati Trek is a spectacular adventure that takes you to an elevation of 17,000 feet. The journey begins from Bhuntar, 50 km before Manali on the Delhi-Manali Highway. You start from the green environs of Kullu Valley, with its flowering fruit trees and apple orchards. Then the trail rises into the starker landscapes of the upper reaches of the Himalayas.

You will be required to cross a moderately difficult pass, do a few river crossings and walk long stretches on certain days. The heavy snowfall gives an alpine feeling and experience to remember for life time. This 100 km trans Himalayan trail is rife with adventure - from trekking through hidden trails, crossing the Parvati river and traversing deceptive crevasses of the high altitude Pin Parvati Pass.

Although challenging, the valley rewards trekkers with its sheer beauty - from barren valleys, to thick forests, high waterfalls and moraines, the Pin Parvati trek is sure to delight and challenge even the most seasoned trekkers. Expect to see towering mountain ranges, craggy peaks, glaciers, ice walls, and more.

Towards the end of Pin Parvati pass trek, you will get a chance to take a dip in the hot springs at Parvati Kund at Kheerganga. After a long hard trek, you will be blown away by how good the natural hot springs feel, and it is a five star experience in the midst of the Himalayas

Best season for Pin Parvati Pass trek

This valley is closed for most of the year as the high passes around it are often blocked by snow. The Pin Parvati trek is usually undertaken during the months of July to September.

Pin Parvat Trek Summary

  • State: Himachal Pradesh
  • Nearest city: Manali
  • Total days: 9 to 12 days
  • Grade: Challenging
  • Max altitude: 17,500
  • Total trekking distance: 53-76 kms
  • Season: July to September
  • Avg temperature: 12°C to -5°C

Trek to Pin Parvati - 9 days

Sketch itinerary:

Day 1 of Pin Parvati trek: Drive from Manali and trek to Kheerganga

  • Pick-up point: Manali
  • Pick-up time: 08:00 am
  • Distance: 8 km
  • Time: 4 hours
  • Overnight stay: Tents at Kheerganga

Day 2 of Pin Parvati trek: Trek from Kheerganga to Thakur Kuwan

  • Start point: Kheerganga
  • End point: Thakur Kuwan
  • Start time: 06:00 am
  • Trekking distance: 14 km
  • Trekking time: 7 hours
  • Overnight stay: Tents at Thakur Kuwan

Day 3 of Pin Parvati trek: Fun trek from Thakur Kuwan to Ody Thach

  • Start point: Thakur Kuwan
  • End point: Ody Thach
  • Start time: 06:00 am
  • Trekking distance: 8 km
  • Trekking time: 4 hrs
  • Overnight stay: Tents at Ody Thach

Day 4 of Pin Parvati trek: Easy trek day from Ody Thach to Mantalai Lake

  • Start point: Ody Thach
  • End point: Mantalai
  • Start time: 06:00 am
  • Trekking distance: 10 km
  • Trekking time: 5 hours
  • Overnight stay: Tents at Mantalai

Day 5 of Pin Parvati trek: Rest and refresh day at Mantalai

  • Start point: Mantalai
  • End point: Mantalai
  • Start time: 06:00 am
  • Rest and enjoy the beauty of Mantalai
  • Overnight stay: Tents at Mantalai

Day 6 of Pin Parvati trek: Challenging Ascent from Mantalai to Pin Parvati base camp

  • Start point: Mantalai
  • End point: Pin Parvati base camp
  • Day start time: 06:00 AM
  • Trekking distance: 6 km
  • Trekking time: 3 hours
  • Final altitude: 14,000 ft
  • Overnight stay: Tents at Pin Parvati base camp

Day 7 of Pin Parvati trek: Summit climb to Pin Parvati Pass and descent to Base camp

  • Start point: Pin Parvati base camp
  • End point: Pin Parvati base camp
  • Start time: 02:00 am to 05:00 am
  • Trekking distance: 15 km
  • Trekking time: 9 hours
  • Overnight stay: Tents at Pin Parvati base camp

Day 8 of Pin Parvati trek: Final trek to Mudh and drive to Tiya-Kaza

  • Start point: Pin Parvati base camp
  • End point: Kaza
  • Day start time: 06:00 AM
  • Trekking distance: 15 km
  • Trekking time: 8 hrs
  • Overnight stay: Hotel at Kaza

Day 9 of Pin Parvati trek: Drive to Manali via Kunzum pass and Rohtang pass

  • Start point: Kaza
  • End point: Manali
  • Start time: 06:00 am
  • Pin Parvati Trek ends here

Detailed itinerary:

Day 1:

Start your day in Manali with a scenic drive to Barsheni to begin your trek towards Pin Parvati Pass. Day 1 is a relatively easy walk from Barsheni through the woods for a few hours to reach the scenic meadows of Khirganga. This will be your first campsite where you will stay in tents surrounded by quaint dhabas and sulphur springs! Rest well for the real deal begins tomorrow.

Day 2:

Day 2 takes you through more forested trails and greens challenging you with a terrain of ascents and descents. Once you manage to navigate these trails you will reach the vast meadows at Tunda Bhuj nestled amongst towering granite cliffs. An unforgettable river crossing over the mighty Parvati River via a pulley bridge locally known as Jhula Pull will be etched in your memories. You will end the night at Thakur Kuwan campsite in tents.

Day 3:

Today marks a fun day of river crossings over steps carved into giant boulders with a bit of help from your guides and ropes to navigate upwards. The majestic Kullu Eiger peak awaits you overlooking the Ody Thach meadows. You could meet some local shepherds on their way from the Pin Parvati Pass and get advice on the condition of the trails. You will be camping at Ody Thach in tents overnight.

Day 4:

Day 4 will begin with an easy walk beside the river leading to a trek up across a lateral moraine and work yourself up for a good dinner! You can find some respite at a small temple on reaching the top and then head downwards towards your campsite crossing several rivulets on your way. You will be camping in tents overnight.

Day 5:

You will be relieved to know today is a rest and recharge day. Post the hard work you have been doing the last few days to get here, spend your time in tranquillity and peace! Take in the majestic views of the silent snowy mountains surrounding you for tomorrow you begin the steep ascent towards summit. Enjoy your freshly prepared hot meals and you will be camping in tents overnight

Day 6:

Today you begin the most awaited part of the journey, your first ascent towards summit and reach an altitude of 14,000 ft. The terrain today will vary from crossing several rivulets to climbing steep terrain and then eventually opening up to a snow covered field as you go over ancient moraines.

This beautiful location in the midst of moraines and glaciers and snowy mountains will be your campsite for tonight. The reverberations of distant avalanches across the mountain ranges will be an experience to sleep in. If the weather is right, your campsite may be right on top of snow! While you are busy setting up camp, your guides will continue further to survey the pass crossing and the feasibility there.

Tonight will be an early sleep at night as you will need to begin your final climb towards the pass in the wee hours of the morning tomorrow. Enjoy your snowy campsite in warm tents.

Day 7:

Depending on the weather and trail conditions, today is an exciting day that starts somewhere between 2:00 am to 5:00 am. You will be starting your day with a steep ascent towards a col all the way up in snow. Right across the col lies vast snowy fields with the Pass an hour’s climb away.

Once you have made your way through this difficult final climb, you will be rewarded with views that will make all the effort worth it. Catch your breath and congratulate yourself for successfully reaching the Pin Parvati Pass that few in the world achieve each year. Once you have relished the panoramic views you will begin your descent towards the Spiti Valley.

Crossing moraines and rocky terrain you will reach the Pin river and your next campsite where you will be thankful to find warming cups of hot tea waiting for you. Relive the summit stories with your fellow trekkers and stay overnight in camps.

Day 8:

Today you will begin your descent further towards Kaza as the terrain gets easier and greener right along the Pin river. They day includes views of colourful mountains and large grasslands, few streams, guided by the Pin river which are the signature views of the Spiti landscapes.

Enjoy some insightful conversations with passing shepherds with their huge flocks of herd. Vehicles will be waiting for you at Mudh to zip you up to your hotel rooms at Kaza. Hot showers, fresh rooms and celebratory summit success parties await you. If you manage to stay through the exhaustion and the party, you will find your warm and soft beds welcoming you for an early night in.

Day 9:

Finally after a hearty breakfast, vehicles will take you across the magnificent Kunzum and Rohtang passes towards Manali. After a long drive, you will end your journey of the Pin Parvati Trek at Manali by evening. It is time to head home with the surreal memories of this majestic trek experience.

Inclusions:

Transport will be provided Manali to start point and back from the end point as per the itinerary. Accommodation arrangements will be in hotels at Kaza. There will be 2 guides for the group of maximum 15 trekkers provided. Camping arrangements will be of high quality. All meals as specified in itinerary.

The porter/mule charges for carrying camping equipment and rations are included. Forest entry charges, permits and camping fee (if any) are also a part of the package charges paid.First aid and medical kit will be available in case of emergencies.

Exclusions:

There will be additional porter/mule charges in case you want them carry your personal bags (can be arranged at an extra cost of Rs.4000) Accommodation and meals in Manali are not included and will be at your personal expense. Any meals/services not mentioned in the itinerary will not be included in the costs paid.

Any charges for video cameras, still camera photography, etc. to be paid will not be included. Alcohol, soft drinks, beverages, etc. are not included. Personal expenses like tips, telephone calls, laundry, etc. are to be borne by individuals. Any costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances like landslides, road blocks, bad weather, etc. will be additional. Insurance is not included.

Pin Parvati Pass Trek 11 days

Sketch itinerary:

Day 1 of the Pin Parvati trek: Drive from Manali to Barsheni – Trek to Rudranath

  • Pick-up point: Manali
  • Pick-up time: 08:00 am
  • End point: Rudranath
  • Distance: 4 km
  • Time: 3 hours
  • Overnight stay: Tents at Rudranath

Day 2 of the Pin Parvati trek: Trek from Rudranath to Kheer Ganga

  • Start point: Rudranath
  • End point: Kheerganga
  • Start time: 07:00 am
  • Trekking distance: 4 km
  • Trekking time: 3 hours
  • Overnight stay: Tents at Kheerganga

Day 3 of the Pin Parvati trek: Ascent from Kheerganga to Tunda Bhuj

  • Start point: Kheerganga
  • End point: Tunda Bhuj
  • Start time: 07:00 am
  • Trekking distance: 3 km
  • Trekking time: 5 hours
  • Overnight stay: Tents at Tunda Bhuj

Day 4 of Pin Parvati trek: Easy trek day from Ody Thach to Mantalai Lake

  • Start point: Tunda Bhuj
  • End point: Thakur Kuan
  • Start time: 07:00 am
  • Trekking distance: 4 km
  • Trekking time: 5 hours
  • Overnight stay: Tents at Thakur Kuan

Day 5 of the Pin Parvati trek: Short and easier trek to Mantalai

  • Start point: Thakur Kuan
  • End point: Mantalai
  • Start time: 07:00 am
  • Trekking distance: 8 km
  • Trekking time: 5 hours
  • Overnight stay: Tents at Mantalai

Day 6 of the Pin Parvati trek: Rest and refresh day at Mantalai

  • Start point: Mantalai
  • End point: Mantalai
  • Start time: 05:30 am
  • Rest and refresh day
  • Overnight stay: Tents at Mantalai

Day 7 of the Pin Parvati trek: Ascent from Mantalai to Parvati base camp

  • Start point: Mantalai
  • End point: Parvati base camp
  • Start time: 07:00 am
  • Trekking distance: 4 km
  • Trekking time: 8 hours
  • Overnight stay: Tents at Pin Parvati base camp

Day 8 of the Pin Parvati trek: Summit day to the Pin Parvati Pass

  • Start point: Parvati base camp
  • End point: Pin Valley base camp
  • Day start time: 06:00 AM
  • Trekking distance: 12 km
  • Trekking time: 8 hrs
  • Overnight stay: Tents at Pin Valley base camp

Day 9 of the Pin Parvati trek: Descent to Wichkurung Thatch

  • Start point: Pin Valley base camp
  • End point: Wichkurung Thatch
  • Start time: 07:00 am
  • Trekking distance: 8 km
  • Trekking time: 5 hours
  • Overnight stay: Tents at Wichkurung Thatch

Day 10 of the Pin Parvati trek: Trek and scenic drive to Kaza

  • Start point: Wichkurung
  • End point: Kaza
  • Start time: 07:00 am
  • Trekking distance: 6 km
  • Trekking time: 6 hours
  • Overnight stay: Tents at Kaza

Day 11 of the Pin Parvati trek: Final journey from Kaza to Manali

  • Start point: Kaza
  • End point: Manali
  • Start time: 07:00 am
  • Pin Parvati Pass Trek ends here

Detailed itinerary:

Day 1:

Day one begins at the assembly point at Manali Bus Stand at 10:00 am today. From Manali, you will be driven to your starting point of the trek at Barsheni Village amidst lush forests of pine trees and vast grasslands. Your first campsite is situated in Rudranath which lies ahead of Kalga Village. Overnight in tents.

Day 2:

Day 2 begins with an enjoyable trek across different terrains of pine forests, vast grasslands, thrilling V turns, and challenging climbs and of course views of the mighty Parvati River. After navigating all these enchanting trails you will reach the breath-taking campsite of Kheerganga. Overnight in tents.

Day 3:

Today you will be heading towards the peak of Tunda Bhuj surrounded by majestic snowy mountains. The entire trail today will have views of snowy mountains while you cross meadows, forests, bridges and pass by a few locals along your way dotted with small tea shops enjoying quick breaks. Overnight in tents.

Day 4:

Today you will be heading towards your next campsite at Thakur Kuan through some challenging terrain. Although it starts with some relieving descents, you will be crossing the Parvati river a few times, trek over some rocky trails and cross a precarious bridge that makes the journey longer and a tad more difficult in rainy conditions. Overnight in tents.

Day 5:

Today you will head towards your next campsite at beautiful Mantalai lake through a relatively shorter and easier trekking trail. You journey will be filled with fun interspersed rivulet crossings, forests, meadows and vast fields of colourful flowers. Once you reach Mantalai, you will be camping in tents.

Day 6:

Today could be one of your most memorable days of the trek. You will enjoy doing nothing but rest and refresh and explore the surreal surroundings of the Mantalai Lake. You will be surrounded by scenery seemingly fictional. Horses grazing, flower carpets as far as the eyes could see, a mirage like lake formed out of glacial waters, big boulders double up as front row seats to enjoy this magnificent view surrounded by snowy peaks. Overnight in tents here.

Day 7:

Today you will say goodbye to this surreal paradise and start your climb towards the Parvati base camp on your way to the summit peak. The terrain changes from greens to rusty and rocky trails pushing you uphill crossing rivers till you reach green meadows again towards your next campsite.

The evening will be filled with the sounds of rumbling glaciers as you feast on hot meals for your dinner. End your night early for tomorrow is an early start towards your final climb to the summit. Overnight in tents possibly on snow.

Day 8:

Today is the day you have trekked all the way here for. The steep ascent filled with some real challenging terrains and climbs to take you towards the Pin Valley side of the trek into Spiti Valley. Once you reach the top you will be at the Pass that rewards you with breath-taking views of the entire Pin Valley all the way to Srikhand Mahadev on the Spiti side. Spend some celebratory moments at the pass before you begin your descent to the Pin Valley base camp through icy and snowy fields. Overnight in tents.

Day 9:

Today you will continue your trek towards your next campsite at Wichkurung Thatch. The trek covers wonderful flower filled paths and glaciers with rivers cutting across till you arrive at the small town of Gompa region. You will enjoy your night in tents at Wichkurung Thatch.

Day 10:

Today will be your final day of trekking as you make your way towards Kaza. It’s a 5 hour trek to Mudh where vehicles will pick you up and take you through exciting sights and visuals of the Spiti Valley till you reach Kaza. Kaza has some monasteries for a quick visit in the evening and you could also spend some time with the locals. You will spend you final night in tents in Kaza

Day 11:

Time to say goodbye to this beautiful town and hop onto a nine hour long winding drive towards Manali through picturesque views of waterfalls, mountains and lush green meadows and snowy peaks in the distance. You will finally end this journey at Manali from where you could head home or explore Manali on your own.

Inclusions:

Accommodation will be in triple sharing tents when you camp during the trek. Accommodation will be in guest houses/hotels/homestays at Kaza. Veg meals will be provided while on trek as per the itinerary. Transportation will be given till road head and return (Manali to Barsheni and return to Manali).

Any technical equipment required for the trek will be provided. Qualified and experienced trek leaders, guides and support staff will be with you. First aid medical kits, stretcher and oxygen cylinders will be available for emergencies. Entry permits and all applicable taxes are included.

Exclusions:

Accommodation in Manali will not be included. Meals during transit from and to Manali are not included. Any kind of personal expenses like tips, telephone calls, laundry, etc. are to be borne by individuals. Insurance is not included. Mules or porters to carry personal luggage are not included (can be arranged for Rs. 600/- per bag, per day). Anything not specifically mentioned under the inclusions.

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Best time to go/Weather

This valley is inaccessible for the majority of the year due to snow blocked trails. The best time to do the Pin Parvati Pass Trek is between July to September when you get to enjoy both lush green meadows with colourful flowers and several river crossings as well as snow-covered trails and camping in the snow. You will experience thick wooded pine forests, lakes, meadows, grasslands, rivers, waterfalls, ancient glaciers and snow-covered peaks.

Getting there

Manali can be reached via flights (closest airport is at Bhuntar, 50 minute drive away). It can also be reached by road via bus or car, from New Delhi, Chandigarh, Shimla or other hubs.

What to wear

During the Pin Parvati Trek you will be in terrains up in high altitudes with freezing temperatures. Ensure you pack fleece jackets, balaclava and buff, thermal tops and bottoms, day wear shirts/t-shirts, warm inners and warm socks, water and windproof jacket, water and windproof trousers and dry fit shirts and trousers as you will be crossing rivers along the trek.

What to carry

All the camping and cooking gear during the trek will be provided by the trek operator such as tents, cooking equipment etc. From your end do ensure you carry day pack (25 ltrs), gloves, toilet paper, two 1 ltr water bottles (preferably thermos flasks), lip care, torch with extra batteries.

Water purification solution/tablets, body moisturizer, down booties, body powder/antifungal (feet and body), boots, camp shoes/sport sandals, sun cap, sunscreen lotion, sunglasses, head torch with extra batteries, toiletries, small light towel and napkin, personal medicines, carry rain cover for your bags.

Keep a few poly bags or waterproof bags in your bag to store your belongings in case of heavy rains and don’t forget your camera with extra batteries

Preparation/Fitness

The Pin Parvati Pass trek is a difficult and challenging trek and suitable for those who have done at least one high altitude trek before as you will be trekking at an altitude of over 17,000 ft. There will be steep climbs at low oxygen levels and tricky river crossings and some days will include uphill climbs and steep ascents and walking for up to 8 hours at high altitude dry and freezing temperatures. You can expect some steep stretches along the trek.

FAQs about the Pin Parvati Trek

How difficult is the Pin Parvati Trek?

The trek to Pin Parvati Pass is a relatively challenging trek and requires some prior experience of undertaking high altitude treks. The trek covers some difficult terrains through river crossings, precarious bridge crossings, rocky ascents towards snowy peaks in freezing temperatures, long arduous trails sometimes for 8 hours a day. Therefore, a certain level of fitness and prior experience is required.

How should I prepare for the Pin Parvati Trek?

It is advisable to work out regularly with exercises such as cycling, running, yoga, cardio training, etc. to build up your endurance levels

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Trip Description
This trek to Pin Parvati Pass is on the top of the list for most experienced trekkers in India. You'll be in the middle of the Himalayas, far away from civilization, trekking through gorgeous landscapes for 12 days. Your trail winds through alpine forests, slopes dotted with wild flowers, and with rivers and lakes to stop by. And that's all before you get to the Pin Parvati Pass. Getting to the Pass is a real victory, and rewards you with fabulous views of the other side, the Spiti side, with rugged barren landscape.

Do note: this trek is not to be taken lightly. The Pin Parvati Pass trek is considered one of the most challenging trek in the Himalayas. This 12 day trek requires some amount of experience because you'll be crossing wide glaciers, climbing steep slopes, and trekking through thick forests. Additionally, once you begin, you'll be days away from civilization, so there's no turning back. You could say that this one is only for the true bravehearts.
    Inclusions
  • Accommodation in triple sharing tents during trek
  • Accommodation in guest house/hotel/homestay in Kaza
  • Veg meals while on trek
  • Transport till road head and return (Manali to Barsheni and return to Manali)
  • Any technical equipment required for the trek
  • Qualified and experienced trek leader, guide and support staff
  • First aid medical kits, stretcher and oxygen cylinder
  • Entry permits
  • All applicable taxes
    Exclusions
  • Accommodation in Manali
  • Meals during transit
  • Any kind of personal expenses
  • Insurance
  • Mules or porter to carry personal luggage (can be arranged for Rs 600/- per bag, per day)
  • Anything not specifically mentioned under the inclusions
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The Pin Parvati Pass trek is one of the most challenging and spectacular treks in Himachal Pradesh. It is a thrilling challenge for seasoned trekkers, not suitable for beginners. This 10-day trek covers nearly 100 km and takes you to an altitude of 17,450 feet above sea level. It offers some of the most breathtaking views in the country. It showcases the contrasting landscape and culture of the Kullu and Spiti valleys.

On this trek, you will not only trek through a constantly varying landscape but also get to see various sites like wooden bridges, high altitude lakes, streams, glaciers, etc. and you will get to sleep in tents in the remotest of areas in the middle of the Himalayas. All the while being accompanied by the towering mountain ranges and their snow-capped peaks.
    Inclusions
  • Accommodation in tents on triple/quad sharing basis
  • All meals starting from breakfast on day 1 to lunch on day 10
  • Rucksack
  • All the camping chargers including permits and feels
  • Any technical equipment required for the trek
  • Services of experienced trek leader and camping crew
  • Porters/mules to carry common camping equipment
  • Personal insurance
  • First aid kit
  • All applicable taxes
    Exclusions
  • Any personal expenses
  • Any costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances such as bad weather, road blocks, etc.
  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusions
  • Porters/mules to carry personal luggage
  • Non-veg food (can be arranged for INR 800 per person)
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The trek to Pin Parvati Pass is a challenging expedition even for seasoned trekkers as it takes you to a staggering altitude of 17,457 ft. This trek has a variety of distinctive experiences to offer: you may enjoy bathing in the hot water springs at Parvati Kund in Kheerganga, hop onto a pulley bridge in Tunda Bhuj, walk across the blossoming meadows of Odi Thatch and dense forests of Kheerganga, and trudge up the glaciers to reach the Pin Parvati Pass. Only a few Himalayan treks offer you the opportunity of trekking up a glacier; this trek to Pin Parvati Pass is among them.
    Inclusions
  • Accommodation in hotels/guesthouses on twin/triple sharing basis in Pulga and Kaza
  • Accommodation in tents while camping during the trek
  • Meals starting from dinner on day 1 to lunch on day 10
  • Transfers from Bhuntar to Pulga and Mud to Manali
  • Trekking gear such as micro-spikes, gaiters, helmets, harness, carabiners, etc.
  • Gamow bag
  • Portable stretcher
  • All permits and charges
  • Services of a certified trek leader
  • First Aid kit
    Exclusions
  • Porters to carry personal luggage (can be arranged for INR 7854)
  • Mandatory insurance (can be arranged for INR 1097)
  • Travel arrangement between your home city to Bhuntar
  • Personal expenses such as extra meals, water bottles, etc.
  • Porter to carry luggage
  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusions
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