Ram Bagh Chowk is a popular landmark in Manali.
The Manali-Jobri trek is a circuit trek from Chidiyari till Prini that takes you through steep slopes and a number of cliffs.
The second day brings you to the village of Setan - home to the Khampas, natives of the Kham region of Tibet.
This is an easy trek and is perfect for newbies and trekkers looking for a quick weekend getaway in the Himalayas.
IMPORTANT: This is not a fixed departure trip, so a minimum group size of 5 pax is required to make a booking. This will be a private trip, just for your group.
Please note that non-veg/Jain food can be made available only on prior request.
In the northern state of Himachal Pradesh, standing high above Manali at 9000 feet, Jobri is surrounded by the unworldly landscape of spires of bare rock, so high that they seem to pierce the sky. The trail takes you through the Himalayan alpine forests of cedar, oak and pine.
Explore the gorgeous landscape and enjoy views from 9000 feet above sea level | Trek in the Himalayas through dense forests | Camp in tents under the stars | Capture sweeping views of the Himalayan valley
Participants meet at the pick-up point in Manali and make their way to the start point of the trek. They start the trek from the beautiful village of Chidiyari on the road to on the road to Vashishth. Climbing steadily through pine and cedar forests they come to the Chidiyari cliffs. Participants enjoy views of the valley while walking along the cliffs till they reach a point where the trail turns and flattens out to a traverse. Traversing the slope they reach their campsite at Jobri, nestled amidst pine, deodar and oak trees.
Sleep in clean and comfortable tents, in the lap of nature.
Lunch | Dinner
Refund and cancellation:
If you cancel 45 days before the trip begins, 30% of the trip cost will be charged.
If you cancel 30 days before the trip begins, 50% of the trip cost will be charged.
If you cancel less than 30 days before the trip begins, or, are not present when the trip begins, no amount shall be refunded.
The trip leader's decision is final.
Participants have to respect the local culture and should not litter or deface natural structures/monuments.