Rapid Action Expedition
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Trekking Tour



Duration 6 Nights / 7 Days
Destination Covered Manali,Spiti
Price (Starting From) On Request

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Highlights
Witness the Pandu Ropa, where the Pandavas supposedly resided
Cross over rivers like Deo Tibba and Hampta, on the way to Hampta Pass
Revel in majestic views of Indrasan, Deo Tibba and Indra Killa peaks from Hampta Pass
Catch a glimpse of the Bara Shigri Glacier at Batal on the way to Chandratal
Camp by the lake at Chandratal
Start of Tour
Manali
End of Tour
Manali

Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Manali - Jobra - Chikka

Start the morning with a scenic drive towards Jobra and then a trek to Chikka. Following a sumptuous breakfast and a strong cup of tea, we hit the road for a drive towards Jobra, via Sethan. While driving, we get views of the Pandu Ropa, where the Pandavas are believed to have resided during their exile and harvested wheat. A short trek later, we find ourselves in Jobra, which sits at an elevation of 2,987 metres. Here, we are provided with spectacular views of clouds hovering above the valley below. Our path ahead is lined by a thick cover of deodar, oak and maple trees – all of which are around 30 metres tall! Along the way, we can marvel at fabulous views of the snow-capped peaks around us. A bridge over Rani Nallah leads us to Chikka, which sits at an altitude of 3,360 metres. Our home for tonight is a campsite that is replete with greenery.Start the morning with a scenic drive towards Jobra and then a trek to Chikka. Following a sumptuous breakfast and a strong cup of tea, we hit the road for a drive towards Jobra, via Sethan. While driving, we get views of the Pandu Ropa, where the Pandavas are believed to have resided during their exile and harvested wheat. A short trek later, we find ourselves in Jobra, which sits at an elevation of 2,987 metres. Here, we are provided with spectacular views of clouds hovering above the valley below. Our path ahead is lined by a thick cover of deodar, oak and maple trees – all of which are around 30 metres tall! Along the way, we can marvel at fabulous views of the snow-capped peaks around us. A bridge over Rani Nallah leads us to Chikka, which sits at an altitude of 3,360 metres. Our home for tonight is a campsite that is replete with greenery.

Meals : Dinner

Day 2: Chikka - Juara - Bhalu Ka Ghera

After a hearty breakfast and some comforting tea, we set off towards Bhalu Ka Ghera, which translates to 'Bear's Den'. Our trail takes us through Alain Nullah, whose origin can be traced back to the Hampta Pass and flows through Chikka. After a steep ascent, we find ourselves in Juara, which sits at an elevation of 3,530 metres. Here, we enjoy spectacular views of the Tokru Shakru Peaks. While walking, we are also treated to the impressive views of the Dhauladhar Range, which is known for its beautiful waterfalls. At Bhalu Ka Ghera, we experience marvellous views of landscape with a few small streams. If we are lucky, we may also get to see

Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Bhalu Ka Ghera - Hampta Pass - Shea Goru

We wake up to the melodious sounds of gushing streams before indulging ourselves in a delicious breakfast that is accompanied by gorgeous views. Then, we hit the trail to Shea Goru that will take us across Hampta Pass, located at a height of 4,268 metres. Our path starts off with a gradual slope and is adorned with views of verdant green landscapes and snow-covered mountains. On the way, we will cross the scenic Deo Tibba and Hampta rivers. At Hampta, we enjoy picturesque views of peaks like Indrasan, Deo Tibba and Indra Killa. From here, we descend towards Shea Goru (4000 metres), which means 'a cold place' in the local dialect.

Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Shea Goru - Chhatru

A really cold morning is followed by a fulfilling breakfast with fantastic views of the snowy mountains. Then, we pack up and head towards Chhatru, which is 3,370 metres below Shea Goru. Our trail for the day takes us along the Manali-Spiti road for around five hours. The path to Chhatru is in a rain shadow area, where we can soak in the spectacular colours of the rugged terrain. While the jagged landscape can lead to tired legs, the roaring River Chandra gives us enough strength to continue. We make our way across the Chandra River on a suspension bridge to reach Chhatru, where we camp in close proximity to the river.

Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Chhatru - Batal - Chandratal

Our day starts with a fulfilling breakfast with a side of fantastic views of the snowy mountains. Then, we board our vehicle and head back on the same path as the previous day to continue our ascent towards Chandratal, which is located at an altitude of approximately 4,300 metres. Our trail on this unmetalled road takes us to a point of bifurcation. From here, one road will lead us to the Kunzum La in Spiti Valley, and the other takes us to the magical Chandratal, or 'Lake of the Moon'. At Batal, we stop for some time and treat ourselves to the gorgeous views of the Bara Shigri Glacier. On reaching Chandratal, we are treated to scintillating views of the Himalayan ranges. We camp on the banks of this tranquil lake.

Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: Chandratal

Experience a pleasant morning that allows us time to enjoy the scenic views of the lake and the Himalayas. As this is a rest day, we are free to enjoy and explore the lake at our own pace. Learn about the lake's significance, which is held sacred by the Hindus because it is believed Yudhisthira, the eldest Pandava, was taken to heaven from here. Later, we explore nearby areas that include the Chandra River and Samudra Tapu. During spring, the entire landscape around the lake is covered with a wide range of wildflowers - a truly magnificent sight to behold. In the evening, we enjoy ethereal views of the sun setting over the snow-covered Himalayan peaks, giving it a warm reddish glow

Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7: Chandratal - Grampo - Rohtang La - Manali

An air of sadness looms over us on the last day of the trek. We chow down our breakfast while admiring views of the sun's golden rays kissing the Himalayas. Afterwards, we board our vehicles that will take us to Manali via Grampo and Rohtang La. While passing through Grampo, we can enjoy views of lush green landscapes and looming mountains. Then, we drive over the Rohtang La Pass, which has a reputation of being dangerous because of regular blizzards and snowstorms. Rohtang literally means 'pile of corpses', as numerous people have died here due to bad weather while attempting to cross the pass. Once we reach Manali, a long awaited soft, comfortable bed and hot water bath will be waiting for us.

Meals : Breakfast


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