Adventure in The Himalayas

Manali Special with Adventure & Sightseeing

Fun filled adventure and sightseeing package with - Camping, Bonfire, Rafting, Paragliding, River Crossing, Rock Climbing and Jungle Tour. Sight Seeing of Rohtang Pass, Naggar, Manali.

5 Nights & 6 Days Package (Minimum 4 persons)

 
BeasKund Trek
Takeover Point: Delhi / Ma
nali
Maximum Elevation: 4950m
Religion: Manali
Grade: Easy/Moderate
Season: Mid Mar – End of Oct.
Duration: 5–7 Days
Malana Heritage Village Trek
Takeover Point: Delhi / Manali
Maximum Elevation: 3660m
Religion: Kullu Valley
Grade: Moderate
Season: April – October.
Duration: 5–7 Days
Hamta Pass Circle Trek
Takeover Point: Delhi / Manali
Maximum Elevation: 4275m
Religion: Kullu Valley, Lahul Valley.
Grade: Easy to Moderate
Season: Mid June – Mid September.
Duration: 13–15 Days

 

Adventure Activities in Himalayas
India is fast emerging as one of the most popular adventure sports destination in the world. India offers immense opportunities for an adventure traveller, who is looking for a varied experience. Blessed with snow-clad peaks, crystal glaciers, rolling meadows and ski slopes, beautiful valleys, meandering and roaring rivers, gushing waterfalls, thick forests rich in wildlife, swampy deltas, long coastlines and magical moonscapes - India has something for everyone looking for adventure.


1.)TREKKING:- Both mature trekkers and amateur enthusiasts are endeared to the discovery of the unique diversity of Himalayan ranges and its landscape offset by altitudinal changes. Range upon range of mountain peaks, densely forested mountain slopes, undulating foothills, large rivers and lakes, plant and animal species, Himalayas offers unparalleled challenge for climbers. the popular trekking areas in Himalayan ranges are the Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal ranges, routes over the passes between the Shimla region and the Kullu Valley, the numerous treks in the Parvati valley in Kullu, the Sangla valley trek in Kinnaur and Great Himalayan trek in Lahaul- Spiti. Trekking altitudes are between 1500-4000mtrs.


2.)MOUNTAINEERING:- The area in a radius of 3-20 km around Manali valley forms the core of mountaineering in Himachal. The Beas Kund region and the lower reaches of Hanuman Tibba (5930mtr.), the Manali and Shitidhar peaks around the source of river Beas and the Deo Tibba (6001mtr.) are usually are approached by beginners with some experience. The higher ranges are-Pir Panjal, Chandrabhaga, Dhauladhar, Kullu, Lahaul-Spiti, and Kinnaur districts.


3.)VEHICLE SAFARIS:- One of the best ways to explore the wonders of Himalayas and the remote reaches of Leh Ladakh is to take a leisurely driving tour. Immerse yourself in the vivacious beauty of Himachal Pradesh and the stark moonscape land of Lahoul vis Manali.


4.)CAMPING:-Camping is perhaps the best way to enjoy the natural outdoors of Himachal and being part of the life of its people. You can carry your own gear along or opt for any one of the several camps pitched in various parts of the state. Camps are also pitched in various parts while on the trekking route for the visitors to enjoy the wonders of nature. It cost somewhere around Rs.2000/- per day with food and guide.


5.)River Rafting:-River rafting is an exciting adventure sport. There is an unmatched thrill of shooting down the rapids. Amateur and first timers have their choice of quieter waters while the professionals can run over Himachal's river rapids in an inflatable rubber dingy. The sports is now being held on river Sutlej, Beas, Ravi and Chandrabhaga. In Kullu-Manali it will cost Rs.450/- for short rafting and Rs.750/- for long distance rafting.


6.)SKIING:-The fun, excitement and the thrill while sliding down the snow clad slopes of the Himalayans ranges in India is, in one word, 'fantastic'.  People can indulge in gentler snow activities or adventurous - Ice skating, Sledging, or Heliskiing. Narkanda, 64kms. from Shimla has comprehensive skiing facilities. Skiing at Kufri near Shimla has the advantage of its proximity to the plains and is in use during winter. Above Kufri, the Mhasu ridge also has some good skiing slopes. Solang valley near Manali also offers some skiing opportunities. with all guide and equipments/Dress it will cost Rs.1500/-.


7.)PARAGLIDING:-You can sail high above the ground and see the mountains as never before. Experience the rush of cold air on your face and have a thrill of your life. This sport is a mix of sky diving and hand gliding. Places where paragliding is regularly done are Bundla Dhar near Bilaspur, the Kullu valley, Intkali near Rohru and Bir in Palampur. For short flight it costs Rs.850/- and Rs.1800/- for half n hour flight.


8.)Rock Climbing:- Rock climbing is often seen as the basic stage for mountain climbing. It can also be treated as an independent sport, since it is climbing a rock face, using only hands and feet with a safety rope. It costs Rs.450/- per person. Group discounts are available.