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Why should you do Hampta Pass trek? The answer is pretty simple. Because it takes you through everything the Himalayan terrain has to offer.  Hampta Pass Trek is a moderate trek with landscape variations from vast grassland to raging rivers, from high rock mountains to snowy patches. dense forests of Jobra, open grasslands of Chika, rolling meadows in Jwara, the sandy domain of Balu Ka Gera to the snow laden Hampta Pass, it is like a buffet of landscapes. On no other trek will you find such variety. Hampta Pass is a narrow pass between Lahaul Valley which has been used by shepherds since centuries to guide their cattle to high altitude pastures, when the cold desert of Lahaul-Spiti lays barren in winter. Hampta pass trek gives you a rare glimpse into this ancient route.


Day 1: Reach Jobra

The base camp for the Hampta Pass trek is Jobra. The picturesque drive from Manali, along with 42 hairpin turns, has panoramic views of Kullu valley. The Rani Nallah, which you will trek alongside till it disappears under the snow of Hampta Pass, starts accompanying you from here. From the road head at Jobra, the campsite is a  30-minute trek through a mixed forest of pine, bright green maple trees and luminescent silver birch.

Altitude: 9,379 ft (2,859 m)

Time taken: 2 hours drive from Manali to Jobra; 30-minute trek to Jobra campsite.

Cross the road where you get off from the vehicle and take the small path into the forest. The forest is mostly Pine with an occasional Maple tree with its new lush green leaves – a pleasant change in the vegetation. It’s an easy slope and after 20 minutes into the forest, you come to a bend with a huge rock which overlooks a meadow strewn with small rocks.

Camp in the meadows for the night to acclimatise better.

Day 2: Jobra to Jwara

Altitude: 9,379 ft (2,859 m) to 11,194 ft (3,412 m)

Time taken: 5 hours, 5 km

The meadow near Jobra has the Rani Nallah or Rani river flowing in between and on either side, you will see hills with rock faces. Some cows and sheep graze in the meadow which is lined with Maple and Pine trees. Early in the season one may find some snow by the side of the river.

You can traverse on the meadow or climb up the left hill. The climb makes the path slightly shorter. The river flows right in the middle and water is no issue. You can take a break here – Chika.

Day 3: Trek from Jwara to Balu Ka Ghera

Altitude: 11,194 ft (3,412 m) to 12,411 ft (3,783 m)

Time taken: 4-5 hours, 4.5 km

The river has snow flows melting and feeding it while numerous sheep and mules feed on the green grass. In front are snow-clad mountains beyond which lies the Hampta Pass.

Walk along the Rani river heading into a rectangular valley. On your way, you will find a variety of tiny flowers – purple, yellow, pink etc. The trees are now left behind. You won’t find them anymore for quite some time. It takes about half an hour to cross the valley. After you come out of Jwara, you need to walk further along. The terrain flattens as you reach Chota Balu ka Ghera where you can rest for a bit and have a quick snack. Then continue further along the river, crossing small snow flows and jumping across rocks.

Towards the end, the rocks are quite far apart and jumping across gets tricky. Soon after, you will reach the destination for the day – Balu Ka Ghera or the bed of sand. The ground is formed mainly by the sand and dust brought down by the river.

It is level ground and behind you are the mountains you will traverse the next day to cross the Hampta Pass. Pitch your tent and enjoy a beautiful sunset behind the Hanuman Tibba peak. You are now close to 12,500 ft above sea level.

Day 4: Balu Ka Ghera  to Shea Goru via Hampta Pass

Altitude: 12,411 ft (3,921 m) to 12,864 ft (3,735 m) via 14,065 ft (4,287 m)

Time taken: 9 hours,  5 km

Today’s trek can be broken into two stages – the climb to Hampta Pass which is moderately steep followed by a steep descent to Shea Goru. You will want to take a small break at the top of the pass to make it your target to reach the pass by lunchtime, have lunch there and then start the descent.

You begin your day by heading towards the mountains from Balu Ka Ghera.

Day 5: Shea Goru to Chhatru; drive to Chandratal* and back to Chhatru

Altitude: 12,864 ft (3,735 m) to 10,898 ft (3,322 m) to 14,100 ft (4,298 m)

Time taken: 4 – 4.5 hours; 6 km

* depending on the condition of the roads and weather

As you move closer to the road, the descent gets a little tricky. You will need to traverse by the edges of rocks and sometimes it might just be easier to get down into the river/glacier bed below to skip the rocky section and get back up.

If you have some energy to spare, walk up the hill next to Chandratal.

Please note that as a part of the Hampta Pass trek, you’ll not be camping at Chandrataal. After a late afternoon-early evening visit to Chandratal, you’ll come back to Chattru and camp there for the night before heading to Manali the next day

Day 6: Drive from Chhatru to Manali

After an early morning debriefing, bid the Spiti valley goodbye and head back to Manali. The journey from Chhatru to Manali passes through Rohtang Pass and can take up to 4 hours. The scenery all through the route is a treat in itself.


Difficulty : Easy

Best time to visit : June To September

Temparature : 2°C-15°C

Hightest Altitude : 14,100 ft

4 Days

3 Nights

Trek price-



Kedarkantha Trek  Snow Trek12500 feet.

Kedarkantha is a beautiful peak situated at Uttrakhand in a Utterkashi district. This trek is famous for winter trek.People can do this trek in winter or summer also.This is a safe and beautiful trek through dense forest. You can see magnificent view of “Har Ki Dun” valley, bandarpunch peak, green grassy patch.

Dehradun—-saankri—-judaa ka taalab——basecamp—-Kedarkantha.

Duration – 5night  6Days

Region –Sankri district  uttarkashi Uttrakhand

Grade – Moderate.


Day 1-Arrival Dehradun by 5 am. Dehradun to Saankri by taxi /bus 8 hour journey. Overnight stay at hotel/ camp.

Day 2-Saankari to Judaa Ka Taalab(9100feet) is a 5 hour trek. Here you can see beautiful lake surrounded by oak forest.

Day 3-Judaa ka taalab to base camp (3 hour trek). From here you can see snow peaks towards Har Ki Dun and stay at tent.

Day 4-After breakfast with pack lunch base camp to Kedarkantha top(12500 feet).time to check your limits. From here you can see, Bandarpunch peaks and Har ki dun to base camp you  will take 2 and half hour .after wind up camp move to judaa ka taalab. Overnight stay at judaa ka taalab.

Day 5-Judaa ka taalab to saankri(roadhead) desend is 2 and half hour trek. Evening stay at camp/hotel.

Day 6-After breakfast drive back to Dehradun 8 hour journey. Evening departure to respected places.

Trek Fee-


Cost included.

(Guest house, Home stay, Camping)

Veg Meals while on trek .

Trek equipments-Tents on sharing basis / Sleeping bags / Sleeping Mats

Forest Permits

Porters/mules for carrying common equipments (like rations/tents/utensils/)

First aid medical kits and oxygen cylinder.

Qualified & experienced trek Leader, Guide and Support staff.

Transport from Dehradun to Sankri back to Dehradun.

Cost excludes.

Any kind of personal expenses.

First Day breakfast and lunch and last Day lunch not included .


Porters/mules for carrying common equipments (like rations/tents/utensils/) Top of Kedarkantha 12500 feet.

About Of Chopta Chandrashila Trek

Keeping away the clamour of the city life, Chopta valley is perched at an elevation of 2,680 meters and is surrounded by an imposing forest of Oak, deodar and rhododendron that shadow a rich bed of flowering plants. The spell bound Chandrashila Summit Trek is characterized by grandeur of its Himalayan Peak. One of the most beautiful treks in the Garhwal Himalayan region, the Chandrashila Summit Trek, maneuvers through beautiful meadows and the unpaved trails. At reaching the summit, feast your eyes on the spectacular view of the Himalayan peaks like Nanda Devi at 7,817 meters, Trishul at 7,120 meters, Kedarnath at 6,831 meters, Bandarpunch at 6,316 meters and Chaukhamba at 7,138 meters.

Where is the Chopta Chandrashila?

Chopta is a village located some 36kms from Gopeshwar and 254 kms from Rishikesh and approximately 450 kms from the capital Delhi. From Chopta, a trek of approximately 3kms leads to Tugnath and from there a kilometer trek further terminates at Chandrashila peak. An ideal route Chopta Chandrashila from Delhi would be:

Delhi > Haridwar > Devprayag > Rudraprayag > Ukhimath > Chopta > Tungnath > Chandrashila

Day 1: Chopta Arrival & Acclimatization

  • Start from Delhi by 9 pm.
  • Pit stop at Devprayag – Witness the beautiful Sangam of Bhagirathi & Alaknanda.
  • Breakfast stop at Srinagar.
  • Reach Chopta by noon & check in to the camps.
  • Freshen Up & relax in the lap of nature.
  • DIY – Baniyakund Trek
  • Dinner & sleep overnight.

Day 2: Trek to Tungnath & Chandrashila

  • Wake up early & witness the beautiful sunrise.
  • Have breakfast.
  • Start your trek to Tungnath.
  • Reach Tungnath & pay your respect at the highest abode of Lord Shiva.
  • Enjoy your packed lunch & start your journey to most astonished Chandrashila peak (if weather permits)
  • Come back to the campsite by evening, dinner & sleep overnight.

Day 3: Deoria Tal Trek | Departure

  • Wake up early & witness the beautiful sunrise.
  • Have breakfast.
  • Head to Sari Village(Starting point for Deoria Tal Trek)
  • Start your trek to astonishing Deoria Tal.
  • Reach Deoria Tal & enjoy the stunning view.
  • Trek back to Sari village & depart for Delhi.
  • Reach Delhi next morning by 07:00 AM (tentatively)

Accommodation Type

Cost (per person)

Quad Sharing

INR 7499/-

Triple Sharing

INR 8000/-

Double Sharing

INR 8499/-


Things to Carry

Gear and Extra:
• A rucksack bag and a day pack.
• 3-liter water bladder or water bottle

• A sun cap and a woolen cap
• UV protected sunglasses
• At least 1 pair of inner thermals
• One cotton long sleeves and 2 short sleeve t-shirt
• 1 flees jacket
• 1 heavy Thick jacket/down jacket
• 1 pair of gloves
• At least 2 long pants (trek pants and cargo pants are favorable)
• 4 sets of undergarments
• 2 pair of socks
• A small towel
• A rain jacket or a poncho

• Above-the-ankle waterproof and breathable hiking boots with good grip
• Flip flops/sandals

• One strip of Diamox
• Glucose powder
• medicines for headaches, diarrhea, motion and altitude sickness
• Dettol
• Bandages
• Cotton
• Sprain relief spray
• Crepe bandage
• Any personal medication advised by the doctor

Personal & accessories:
• Toothpaste, toothbrush
• Paper soap, or sanitizer
• Sunscreen minimum of spf40 , lip balm, cold creams
• Body spray
• Led torch light



Sandakphu is not only the most popular trek in West Bengal but it is also one of the best treks in Eastern India. At an altitude of 3636 meters or 11930 feet, this is the highest point in Bengal.
Sandakphu epitomizes the wild elemental grandeur of the snows. Nature here is at her pristine best, and the vista at the top is worth all the hardship endured on the way. Aptly called the Paradise of Trekkers, the peak is a vantage point from where one can see four of the world’s five highest peaks – Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makalu, and Lhotse – in a continuous snow-clad arc.

The trek is relatively easy and can be enjoyed by young or older people with reasonably good fitness. Sandakphu is also accessible by Jeep, though the road condition is quite poor and the Jeeps are very old vintages.

The trek to Sandakphu passes through the Singalila National Park which is home for the unique Red Panda. The trek follows a mountain ridge which is also the international border between India and Nepal.

The name Sandakphu means the ‘Height of the Poison Plant’, a direct reference to the profusion of the poisonous aconite plants that grow near the peak. The loftiest peak of the Singalila Range, it is the culminating point of many trekking routes in the Darjeeling – Sikkim region.


Day 1: Reach Manebhanjan; 4-5 hours drive from New Jalpaiguri. Transport will be organised  from NJP Railway station at 9.30 am. 
Day 2:
Manebhanjan (6,400 ft) to Tumling (9,450 ft); 11 km, 6-7 hours
Day 3: Tumling (9,450 ft) to Kalipokhri (10,400 ft); 13 km, 7 hours
Day 4: Kalipokhri (10,400 ft) to Sandakphu (11,950 ft); 6.5 km, 3 hours
Day 5: Sandakphu (11,950 ft) to Sabargram (11,807 ft); 14 km, 7 hours
Day 6: Sabargram (11,807 ft) to Gorkhey (7,546 ft) via Phalut; 21 km, 6 hours
Day 7: Gorkhey (7,546 ft) to Sepi (6,234 ft); 15 km, 5 hours. Depart from Sepi after lunch. It takes 6-6.5 hours to reach NJP.

Trek Fee



Includes all costs while on the trek:

  • Expert trek leader and support team
  • Accommodation
  • All meals (delicious and vegetarian)
  • Quality trekking & safety equipment
  • Permits & camping charges

Does not include:

  • N.A

You’ll need to bring or rent:

  • Backpack
  • Trekking shoes
  • Suitable clothing



Route overview:

Delhi-Manali-Jibhi-Rampur-Chitkul-Kalpa-Nako-Tabo-Kaza-Key-Hikkim-Komic-Langza-Chicham-Losar-Kunzum La-Chandrataal-Chattru-Manali-Delhi    

DAY 0: (Delhi-Manali)

  • Depart from Delhi in the evening and an overnight ride to Manali in a traveler.
  • Reach manali in the morning, relax yourselves and have breakfast.

DAY 1: (Manali-Jibhi)

  • Depart from Manali and reach Jibhi by evening.
  • Check in into hotel and relax .
  • You can go for a walk to explore the lush green beauty of tirthan valley.
  • Get back to hotel and have your dinner while experiencing the bon-fire night.

Day 2: (Jibhi-Chitkul)

  • After having breakfast we will start our journey to Kinnaur valley.
  • It will take around 8-10 hrs to reach Chitkul- the last inhabited village of India.
  • After reaching chitkul by evening we will check in into the campsite.
  • Dinner followed by campsite bonfire and overnight sleep.

Day 3: (Chitkul-Kalpa)

  • Wake up early in the morning to witness the beautifull sunrise at Chitkul village.
  • After breakfast explore the local village, and beauty after that leave for Kalpa by noon.
  • It will take round some 3-4 hrs from Chitkul to reach Kalpa.
  • Enjoy the beautiful view of sunset through Kinner kailash range from kalpa village.
  • Check in into the campsite or homestay and overnight sleep followed by dinner 

Day 4: (Kalpa-Kaza)

  • Wake up early in the morning as this stretch is going to be a long one.
  • After having breakfast leave Kalpa to enter the mesmerizing Spiti Valley.
  • We will reach Nako by afternoon and have lunch at the Nako village.
  • After then we will be leaving Kinnaur valley and entering Spiti valley from sumdo checkpost.
  • Now we will be heading to Kaza via Tabo village and reach Kaza by evening.
  • It will take around 9-10 hrs to reach Kaza.

Day 5:(Kaza-Key-Hikkim-Komic-Langza-Kaza)

Places to visit:

  • Key monastery
  • Hikkim(The highest post office in the world)
  • Komic(The highest village in the world connected via motorable road)
  • Langza(The fossil village of spiti valley)

Day 6: (Kaza- Chandrataal lake via Kunzum pass)

  • Wake up in the morning, have breakfast and depart for Chandrataal lake via Kunzum pass.
  • Ready to witness Kunzum-la on our way and the most scenic views of spiti valley this day.
  • Dinner & overnight stay at Chandrataal lake.

Day 7: (Chandrataal-Manali)

  • Depart for Manali after having breakfast in the morning.
  • On this day you are going to experience immense offroad trails and stream crossings.
  • As you go further towards Manali, you are going to cross one more famous pass i.e Rohtang pass.
  • Reach Manali by evening , check in to the hotels,dinner and overnight stay.

Day 8: (Manali-Delhi)

  • Wake up in the morning, and leave for local sight-seeing of manali.
  • You can visit to Hadimba temple,Manu temple and various cafes to chill out at Mall road.
  • Depart for Delhi from Manali by the evening, and reach Delhi next morning.



 Tempo Traveler

INR 23,999/-

RE Classic 350(Solo)

INR 31,999/-

RE Classic 350(With Pillion)

INR 26,499/-

RE Classic 500(Solo)

INR 32,999/-

RE Classic 500(With Pillion)

INR 26,999/-

RE Himalayan(Solo)

INR 34,999/-

RE Himalayan(With Pillion)

INR 27,999/-

                    Self Bike                                       

                                           INR 18,999/-


Motorbike Tours



Day 1: Siliguri to Gangtok( 120 K.M.)

  • After reaching the Bagdogra airport/ NJP station , meet your trip captain, finish documentation and start riding to Gangtok.
  • You will be given your bikes there itself.
  • On the way,you will be following mesmerizing Teesta river along your way to gangtok
  • Stop for rafting (if weather permits) Enjoy the first day of your scenic ride.
  • Reach the homestay. Overnight stay and dinner at the hotel.

Day 2: Gangtok Local Sightseeing ( Approx 60 K.M.)

  • Post breakfast, start your bike engines and start for a full day city tour.
  • Covering Tashi view point, Ganesh Tok, Hanuman Tok, Dro-dul Chorten, Enchey Monastery & Banjakhri Falls.
  • Overnight stay and dinner at the hotel in Gangtok.

Day 3: Gangtok to Lachen (Total 118 K.M.)

  • Start riding to Lachen. Lachen is a town situated in North district f Sikkim.
  • The name Lachen means “ Big Pass”. On the way to Lachen, enjoy the scenic and breathtaking view of high paas mountains.
  • Overnight stay and dinner at Lachen homestay. Which feels like home.

Day 4: Lachen – Gurudongmarg – Lachung(Total 90 K.M.)

  • Early morning post breakfast, ride to Gurudongmar Lake and Chopta Valley.
  • Chopta Valley lies sprawled at an altitude of 4023 mts and falls on the way to Gurudongmar.
  • Gurudongmar lake, is one of the highest lakes in the world and in the Indian State of Sikkim.
  • Then start riding to Lachung.
  • Overnight stay and dinner at Lachung homestay.

Day 5: Lachung sightseeing and ride to Gangtok (Approximately 160 K.M.)

  • Post breakfast, start riding to Gangtok.
  • In mid way, Visit Yumthang valley of flowers sanctuary which is a nature sanctuary with river, hot spring, yaks and grazing pasture. Zero point situated at an altitude of 15300 feet is very close to the China Border. Then ride to Gangtok.
  • Overnight stay and dinner at the hostel in Gangtok.

Day 6: Gangtok to Nathula and Zuluk (Total 110 K.M.)

  • After covering up north sikkim ,Transit for East sikkim Tsomgo Lake, Baba Mandir, Nathula Pass(Baba Harbhajan Singh temple is popularly known as Baba Mandir and Nathula is a mountain pass in East Sikkim).
  • This is the three open trading border posts between China and India .
  • Then ride to Zuluk which consists of some beautiful hairpin bend roads.
  • Overnight stay and dinner at Zuluk.

Day 7: Zuluk to Siliguri (Total 140 K.M.)

  • After breakfast, start riding to Siliguri.
  • On the way, enjoy silk route beauty in Sikkim.
  • After reaching Siliguri, get dropped at the airport for your flight. Depart with memories galore!



Route overview:

Delhi-Manali-Rohtang Pass-Chattru-Batal-Kunzum La-Loasar-Kaza-Key-Kibber-Hikkim-Komic-Langza-Chichcham-Losar-Chandrataal-Manali-Delhi

DAY 0: (Manali-Delhi)

  • Depart from Delhi in the evening and an overnight ride to Manali in a tempo traveler.
  • Reach Manali in morning, relax yourselves and have breakfast.
  • After breakfast you can leave for local sight-seeing in manali.
  • You can visit to Hadimba temple,Manu temple and various cafes to chill out at Mall road.

DAY 1: (Manali-Kaza)

  • Depart for Kaza post breakfast in the morning.
  • Time to witness two great passes on the way – Rohtang pass & Kunzum la.
  • Reach Kaza by evening, dinner and overnight stay.

Day 3: (Kaza-Key/Kibber-Kaza)

  • After breakfast we will leave for one of the most beautiful monasteries of ever, the ‘’Key Monastery’’.
  • Key Monastery is located at the top of a hill at an altitude of  (13,668 ft) above sea level and is the biggest monastery of Spiti valley.
  • After Key Monastery we will head towards the Kibber village of Spiti valley which is at an altitude of (14,010 ft ) above sea level.
  • This village is considered to be among the highest village of Spiti and dur to its terrain landscape it is often resembled to Ladakh.
  • Key village has its own monastery and a wildlife sanctuary named as “Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary” which is home to some beautiful species like Ibex,snow leopards,red fox and blue sheep.
  • After enjoying the scenic landscapes of Kibber village we will head back to Kaza.
  • Over night stay in camps/homestays followed by dinner.

Day 4: (Kaza-Hikkim-Komic-Langza-Kaza)

Places to visit:

  • Hikkim(The highest post office in the world)
  • Komic(The highest village in the world connected via motorable road)
  • Langza(The fossil village of spiti valley)

After riding to all the highest ascents of Spiti valley we will be heading back to Kaza for the overnight stay.

Day 5: (Kaza-Chicham-Losar-Kunzum La-Chandra Taal Lake) 

  • On day 5 we will be riding back towards Manali via Kunzum Pass.
  • This day we are going to witness the magnificient “Chandrataal Lake” located at an altitude of 14,000 ft above the sea level.
  • After that we will hike up to have a look of the beautiful lake from the top.
  • Later we will check in into the campsite and an overnight stay under the blanket of stars and Milky way.


Day 6: (Chandrataal-Manali)

  • On the last day we are going to ride back to our base Manali .
  • We cross through some amazing landscapes and terrains this day riding through various stream crossings
  • We will be crossing Rohtang pass after we cross Lahaul valley and continue riding to Manali.
  • Reach Manali by afternoon, and you can a break and relax yourself.
  • We will be departing from Manali by evening and reach Delhi by next morning.



                 Tempo Traveler

INR 18,999/-

RE Classic 350(Solo)

INR 26,999/-

RE Classic 350(With Pillion)

INR 21,499/-

RE Classic 500(Solo)

INR 27,999/-

RE Classic 500(With Pillion)

INR 21,999/-

RE Himalayan(Solo)

INR 29,999/-

RE Himalayan(With Pillion)

INR 22,999/-

Self Bike                                       

INR 13,999/-