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The abode of the Gods is how I would name this place; Swargarohini Mountain is right next to this place and looms over this Valley of the Gods (the literal meaning).
It is situated in northwest Garhwal and is surrounded by Deodar and Pine trees and covered with beautiful flowers, it literally looks like a magically woven carpet with a riot of colors filling the landscape. The famed Govind wild life sanctuary rings this Valley; it is abundant in Birds, Animals and Exotic flowers. The essence of Har-Ki-Dun can only be experienced by trekking through the cool greenery, with looming mountains and Glaciers and cool clear streams as your companions. This valley is virgin territory just waiting to be discovered.

The maximum Altitude will not exceed 4800 meters.
The recommended time is from April to June and from September to October.
The category of this trek is Moderate.


Day one: Arrival in New Delhi airport, pick up and drop to the hotel. A visit to some historical monuments is recommended and will be arranged on your request.
Accommodation: Hotel

Day two: There are two options from Delhi to Dehradun, by train or car. Upon arrival we will drive up to Mussourie where the night halt would be arranged in a hotel. It’s a quaint little town which is ringed by the famed Doon valley.
Accommodation: Hotel

Day three: Onwards to Taulka, we will be driving through picture perfect settings; we will reach the starting point of our adventure. After a short trek to loosen up the muscles and to get acclimatized we settle for the night with a dram of Rum as a night cap.
Accommodation: Tents

Day four: After a hot cuppa we move on to Osla. The trek is through dense forest of Willows, Chestnuts and Walnuts. The slope is gently going up through villages which are populated with local teashops and eating joints (here all the gossip is shared). Enroute there are locale temples to be visited, the beauty of the temples is in their carvings. On reaching Osla we will crash near a swift moving stream, which will provide the back ground music.
Accommodation: Tents

Day five: Today our destination will be Har-Ki-Dun. The trek is about 6/7 hours of leisure walking through beautiful mountain fields intersected with wild flowers all around you; we will be crossing rivulets and some glacier fed streams with a backdrop of snow covered mountain peaks.
Accommodation: Tents

Day six: This day is for getting acclimatized and to enjoy Har-Ki-Dun, we recommend that you just explore the place to your hearts content and make use of the amazing photo opportunities up for grabs.
Accommodation: Tents

Day seven: Today the trek is for about 4\5 hours to Dev Sach \Debshu Bughyal. This part of the trek is generally down hill through meandering meadows.
Accommodation: Tents

Day eight: The trek will take us towards Ruinsars Lake or Ruinsaratal as its better known locally. The trek will take us through extremely scenic beauty. The beds of flowers extending towards the horizon ringed with amazing waterfalls. Rhododendrons are plentiful, these flowers have antioxidant properties. This place is the spot to kick back your shoes and chill.
Accommodation: Tents

Day ninth: The climb to the base camp of Bali pass is a good 5\6 hours, we will be climbing steadily, the camp is ringed with the peaks Swarga Rohini, Black Peak and Banderpunch.
Accommodation: Tents

Day tenth: Early morning we will explore Kyarkoti; this will be an exciting trek, as we cross the pass it will take us through open grasslands and dense forest onwards to Yamunotri (river Yamunas source). There is a hot spring here, which is of religious importance.
Accommodation: Tents

Day eleventh: Today we will be trekking alongside the Yamuna River to its confluence with Hanuman Ganga. The onwards journey to Rishikesh would be by car and we would be reaching in the evening. Rishikesh is know as the abode of Gods and a must see is the evening Pooja (Arti). After visiting the Temples, we will arrive at our hotel.
Accommodation: Hotel

Day twelfth: Taking a taxi back to Delhi Airport.

This Itinerary can be changed to suit the Customers needs and the time available.

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