Ram Bagh Chowk is a popular landmark in Manali.
This is an easy 2-day trek that is ideal for both trekking newbies or seasoned trekkers, looking for a relaxed break in the Himalayas. The trail winds through the Himalayan alpine forests of pine, deodar and oak. Spending the night in a clearing under a blanket of stars and swapping stories, makes this an ideal weekend getaway.
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.
Moji Dugh, standing high at 10,500 feet in the northern state of Himachal Pradesh, is a lush green glade – covered in snow in the winter months and a riot of wild flowers in the spring. Easily accessible from Manali with gradual ascents, Moji Dugh is surrounded by the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas.
Camp under starry skies in the wilderness of the Himalayas | Enjoy spectacular views of Manali and the snow-capped Himalayan peaks | Relax in hot water springs at the end of the trek
Participants meet at Ram Bagh Chowk and take a 20-minute drive to Solangnala, the village of Kulang, from where the trek starts.
The trail offers amazing views of Manali and the surrounding forests. Participants trek up to Moji Dugh, on a gradual trail, through forests of pine, deodar and oak. The campsite located in a clearing in midst of this beautiful forest.
Participants spend the rest of the day exploring the area around and enjoying views of the majestic mountains.
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.