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SUGGESTED PROGRAM FOR ADVENTURE TOURS:

PHOTOGRAPHER’S GARHWAL TREK

Duration : 16 nights / 17 days

Cities covered :
Deelhi - Dehradun - Dhanolti - Gangotri - Bhujwasa - Gaumukh - Gangotri - Gaurikund - Kedarnath - Chopta - Mandal - Joshimath - Badrinath - Chamoli - Rishikesh - Delhi

Highlights
: There are very few places in Indian Himalayas known for their pristine beauty of  alpine forests, deep river gorges, white waters, snow capped peaks and endless glacier terrain as seen here in Garhwal through the eyes of your camera.
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[Best suitable for minimum 6 travelers]

Day 1 - DELHI / DEHRADUN
Arrive Dehradun at 0845 by an overnight train journey from Delhi. Meeting and transfer to Hotel. Rest of the day free to explore the interesting town of Dehra Dun or to visit the five interesting museums of the Forest Research Institute.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 2 – DEHRADUN / MUSSOORIE / DHANOLTI
In the morning drive to Mussoorie “Queen of Hills” enroute visiting a Deer Park. We spend about three hours in this beautiful hill resort and after lunch drive to the lovely view point of Dhanolti at 7000 ft. Overnight at tourist bungalow.

Day 3 – DHANOLTI / SURKANDA / DHANOLTI
Three hours return trek to Surkanda Devi temple at 8500 feet for a glorious view of the entire Garhwal Himalayas stretching to over 350 km. Rest of the day to enjoy short walks in the woods. Overnight at Tourist Bungalow.

Day 4 – DHANOLTI / GANGOTRI
10 hours drive to Gangotri at 9500 feet through several villages. The route from Tehri (site of the biggest Dam in Asia under construction) is along the legendary Bhagirathi river. Overnight at tourist Bungalow.

Day 5 – GANGOTRI / BHOJBAS
Early morning spend about an hour after breakfast in the Gangotri temple dedicated to the holi Ganga, visited by hundreds of Hindus from all over the country and abroad every day. Then walk on a well made almost levelled path for about 6 hours to Bhojbas at 11000 feet. The entire route provides spectacular views of the Mt. Matri, Bhagirathi and Shivling group of peaks.
Overnights in tents.

Day 6 – BHOJBAS / GAUMUKH
Day to make a 4 hours return trek to the Source of holi Ganga (Bhagirathi) river at 12700 feet at snout of Gangotri glacier. It is a walk providing close views of Mt. Bhagirathi and Shivling. Overnight in camp.

Day 7 – BHOJBAS / GANGOTRI
5 hours return trek to Gangotri. Rest of the day to spend visiting the saints and sages and watching people performing various religious rites by the side of the holi Ganga. This provides an extraordinary experience.

Day 8 – GANGOTRI / TEHRI
7 hours drive to Tehri via Uttarkashi. Overnight at Tourist Bungalow.

Day 9 – TEHRI / GAURIKUND
9 hours drive through very pretty landscape covering villages, pine forests and terraced town bustling with pilgrims for take off to Kedarnath. Overnight at Tourist Bungalow.

Day 10 – GAURIKUND / KEDARNATH
13 km. Trek on Ponies to the Kedarnath shrine at 11000 ft. dedicated to Lord Shiva - the Annihilator on way we shall meet hundreds of pilgrims men, women, children, young and some bent with age trekking, riding and some even being carried either on the back of porters or in a palanquin.

The route is lined with tea shops, eating places and beggersand Sadhus blessing people. A magnificent close view of Mt. Kedarnath and Bhartekunta both above 21000 feet high awaits us about 4 km. Short of the temple.
Overnight at tourist bungalow.

Day 11 – KEDARNATH / GAURIKUND / SONAPRAYAG
Spend about two hours after early breakfast photographing the spectacular sites and visiting the temple. Later walk down to Gaurikund which takes about three hours. After lunch drive to Sonaprayag for overnight stay at Tourist Bungalow.

Day 12 – SONPRAYAG / CHOPTA
Four hours most enjoyable drive through very pretty country side, occasionally providing grand mountain Panoramas to Chopta, one of the most beautiful view points of Indian Himalayas at 8000 feet. Overnight in Tents.

Day 13 – CHOPTA / MANDAL
During the forenoon we make a 6 km. Return trek to Tungnath at 11000 feet for a glorious view of Mt. Nandadevi (Third highest peak in India), Mt. Chaukhamba and Kedarnath group of peaks.
It is an unforgettable site. In April - May the route will be lined with different kinds of Rhododendron flowers in bloom and in October the beautiful pale yellow autumn colour will feast the eyes. After lunch we drive to Mandal enroute visiting the Muskdeer breeding farm where we may also see the beautiful Monal Pheasants.

Day 14 – MANDAL / BADRINATH
8 hours via Gopeshwar, Chamoli and Joshimath to Badrinath at 10200 feet. Overnight in a simple tourist Bungalow. In the evening visit the Badrinath shrines dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the preserver. It is one of the four most sacred hrines for Hindus visited by hundreds of devotees every day. The beautiful Mt. Neekanth 21 645 feet high peak provides a spectacular view. A visit to the temple and the town is a rewarding experience.

Day 15 – BADRINATH / CHAMOLI
After viewing the morning sun shine on Neelkanth and perhaps one more visit to the town we drive to Chamoli for overnight in a tented camp.

Day 16 – CHAMOLI / DEHRADUN
8 hrs return drive to Dehradun via Rishikesh. After early dinner, transfer to railway station to board Mussoorie Express departing at 19550 hrs.

Day 17 – DELHI
Arrive Delhi at 0700 hrs. Meeting and transfer to hotel.

Afternoon you will start sightseeing tour of Old and New Delhi. An aura of history is everywhere in Old Delhi. Red Fort with its majestic ramparts and Jamia Masjid one of the Asia’s largest mosques from the hub. Emperor Humayun’s Tomb and Qutub Minar complex, dating back to the 12th century. You will also make a stop at Rajghat - Mahatma Gandhi’s final resting place.

New Delhi is well planned with wide tree lined avenues, fountains and parks. Colonial architecture dominates this part of the city; you will drive along the ceremonial avenues of Rajpath and view the splendid Presidential Palace, the circular Parliament House and impressive diplomatic enclave.

Your India Adventure experience comes to an end as you are transferred to the International airport to board your homebound flight.

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