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Trek to Karadi Kallu Betta - Tour
Trek to Karadi Kallu Betta
₹ 1,299
1 Day
25 Sep
Ramanagara
Trek to Karadi Kallu Betta
₹ 1,299
Trek to Karadi Kallu Betta Karadi Kallu Betta is one of the least explored hills in Ramanagara. It has 3-4 caves at the top and also a beautiful lake. Kayaking, Zipline, and other adventure activities at the resort are the highlights of this trek. Here's a detailed photoblog on our trek to Karadi Kallu Betta COVID Pandemic Preparedness and Protocols: Nomads with no travel history 14 days before the departure will be allowed.  Screening of all nomads at the entry point for symptoms of COVID-19 such as temperature (using no-contact type thermometer/ thermal guns), cough, cold, etc.  Only asymptomatic tourists shall be allowed.  Those with temperature more than 37.5 °C (99 °F) and/or flu-like symptoms shall not be permitted to travel.  Nomads in the age below 10 and above 60 will not be permitted.  Before the commencement of Travel, all nomads to mandatory submit a self-declaration form. Travelers to provide basic personal information when traveling, including name, phone number, Govt. ID type and ID number. Consent for sharing of their details with the administrative / health authorities will be taken from visitors, as and where required for contact tracing related activity. All nomads shall be briefed on the safety measures taken before onboarding. All the nomads shall be briefed on the Dos and Don’ts to be mandatorily followed while traveling and during the trip. Nomads are recommended to carry their own sanitizer and wet wipes for personal use.  We highly recommend using your own transport for travel. However, transport in a Tempo Traveller will be restricted to 7 + 1 Trek Lead.  Transport vehicles will be thoroughly disinfected prior to boarding.   Click here to read our detailed guidelines on trekking in Karnataka amidst COVID-19 read more read less
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Day Trek and Adventure in Kaggalahalli - Tour
Day Trek and Adventure in Kaggalahalli
₹ 1,499
1 Day
26 Sep
Kanakapura
Day Trek and Adventure in Kaggalahalli
₹ 1,499
Premium Day Trek and Adventure Retreat Indulge your family and yourself in a one-day adventure and day outing in Bangalore. Enjoy activities such as trekking, hitting the wave pool, and other adventure activities at this premium retreat and experience a one-day rejuvenation like never before.    This one-day outing near Bangalore is perfect for you to unwind with your partner and kids and reconnect with your inner self away from the noise of the city.    Covid Pandemic Preparedness and Protocols: Nomads with no travel history 14 days before the departure will be allowed.  Screening of all nomads at the entry point for symptoms of COVID-19 such as temperature (using no-contact type thermometer/ thermal guns), cough, cold, etc.  Only asymptomatic tourists shall be allowed.  Those with temperature more than 37.5 °C (99 °F) and/or flu-like symptoms shall not be permitted to travel.  Nomads in the age below 10 and above 60 will not be permitted.  Before the commencement of Travel, all nomads to mandatory submit a self-declaration form. Nomads to provide basic personal information when traveling, including name, phone number, Govt. ID type and ID number. Consent for sharing of their details with the administrative / health authorities will be taken from visitors, as and where required for contact tracing related activity. All nomads shall be briefed on the safety measures taken before onboarding. All the nomads shall be briefed on the Dos and Don’ts to be mandatorily followed while traveling and during the trip. Nomads are recommended to carry their own sanitizer and wet wipes for personal use.  We highly recommend using your own transport for travel. However, transport in a Tempo Traveller will be restricted to 7 + 1 Trek Lead.  Transport vehicles will be thoroughly disinfected prior to boarding.    Click here to read our detailed guidelines on trekking in Karnataka amidst COVID-19   read more read less
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Trek to Kurinjal Betta - Tour
Trek to Kurinjal Betta
₹ 3,999
2 Nights 2 Days
24 Sep, 01 Oct, 08 Oct, and more
Chikmagalur
Trek to Kurinjal Betta
₹ 3,999
Kurinjal peak is one of the popular hiking trails located in the Kudremukha National Park in Chikmagalur district, Karnataka. Bavikonda peak is one of the non-commercial destinations in Kudremukha National Park range, this trek starts over the foothills of the Mullodi village. The beautiful part of Bavikonda is trekking on the open face of the mountains while enjoying the view of the nearby peaks. Here's a photo blog of our previous trek to Kurinjal Peak. Altitude: 5,751ft (1,753 mt) Distance from Bangalore: 332 km Trek Difficulty Level: Moderate Trek starting point: Balegal and Mullodi Time to Trek: 5-7 hours Trek Distance: 10-12 km read more read less
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Trek to Kudremukha - Tour
Trek to Kudremukha
₹ 3,999
2 Nights 2 Days
24 Sep, 01 Oct, 08 Oct, and more
Chikmagalur
Trek to Kudremukha
₹ 3,999
Kuduremukha is a mountain range and name of a peak located in Chikkamangaluru district, in Karnataka, India. The name Kuduremukha literally means 'horse-face' (in the Kannada language) and refers to a particularly picturesque view of a side of the mountain that resembles a horse's face. It was also referred to as 'Samseparvata', historically since it was approached from Samse village. Kuduremukh is Karnataka's 3rd highest peak after Mullayangiri and Baba Budangiri.Check out a photoblog of our trek to Kudremukha here. read more read less
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Trek to Hosahalli Betta - Tour
Trek to Hosahalli Betta
₹ 2,899
1 Night 2 Days
25 Sep, 02 Oct, 09 Oct, and more
Sakleshpur
Trek to Hosahalli Betta
₹ 2,899
Hosahalli Betta is a mountain peak in the Sakleshpur region which makes for an easy trek. Click here to check out a photoblog on our trek to Hosahalli Betta Covid Pandemic Preparedness and Protocols: Nomads with no travel history 14 days before the departure will be allowed.  Screening of all nomads at the entry point for symptoms of COVID-19 such as temperature (using no-contact type thermometer/ thermal guns), cough, cold, etc.  Only asymptomatic tourists shall be allowed.  Those with temperature more than 37.5 °C (99 °F) and/or flu-like symptoms shall not be permitted to travel.  Nomads in the age below 10 and above 60 will not be permitted.  Before the commencement of Travel, all nomads to mandatory submit a self-declaration form. Nomads to provide basic personal information when traveling, including name, phone number, Govt. ID type and ID number. Consent for sharing of their details with the administrative / health authorities will be taken from visitors, as and where required for contact tracing related activity. All nomads shall be briefed on the safety measures taken before onboarding. All the nomads shall be briefed on the Dos and Don’ts to be mandatorily followed while traveling and during the trip. Nomads are recommended to carry their own sanitizer and wet wipes for personal use.  We highly recommend using your own transport for travel. However, transport in a Tempo Traveller will be restricted to 7 + 1 Trek Lead.  Transport vehicles will be thoroughly disinfected prior to boarding.    Click here to read our detailed guidelines on trekking in Karnataka amidst COVID-19   read more read less
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Valley of Flowers and Hemkund Sahib [Premium] - Tour
Valley of Flowers and Hemkund Sahib [Premium]
₹ 19,999
8 Nights 9 Days
25 Sep
Joshimath
Valley of Flowers and Hemkund Sahib [Premium]
₹ 19,999
Valley of Flowers is one of the most beautiful treks in India, this also happens to be one of those treks where a lot of trekkers begin their journey of exploring the Himalayas. Located in the Nanda Devi Biosphere, Valley of Flowers is a UNESCO World Heritage site and also India's largest natural botanical garden. One of Uttarakhand's most scenic destinations are the two adjoining treks, Valley of Flowers and Hemkund Sahib conveniently positioned between Joshimath and Badrinath. Visit the abode of Flowers! The Valley of Flowers National Park opens up in a floral splendor from June up until September every year. A good 500 different species bloom and carpet the valley during this time. The riot of colors that trekkers get to see during this time period is beyond what words can describe. (Here's a detailed photo album of our trek to Valley of Flowers). For us, the best time to visit the Valley of Flowers is anywhere between mid of July - August end.  Acclimatize in Auli Visit India's most popular and one & only ski destination - Auli on the first two days of the trek. Head out to the beautiful Gorson Bugyal for an acclimatization trek. Check the photoblog here. Have hot langar by an Alpine Lake at 15,200 ft (4,633 m) The Valley of Flowers trek is incomplete without an exhilarating climb to the world's highest Gurudwara Shri Hemkund Sahib. Nestled in the backdrop of the pristine Hemkund lake is the holy Gurudwara that is visited by over thousands of devotees and trekkers every year. (Click here to read a detailed photoblog on our Hemkund Sahib Trek) Panch Prayag Travel via the five sacred river confluences in the Garhwal Himalayas. Devprayag, Rudraprayag, Karnaprayag, Nandaprayag and Vishnuprayag in the ascending flow sequence of their occurrence. Devprayag is the confluence of the two holy rivers, the Bhagirathi - the chief stream of the Ganges and the Alaknanda. It is the first Prayag on the way to Badrinath. Beyond this confluence, the river is known as the Ganges. Rudra Prayag is the confluence where the river Alaknanda meets the Mandakini River. The confluence is named after god Shiva, who is also known as Rudra. Karn Prayag is the location where Alaknanda River is joined by the Pindar River that originates from the Pindar glacier, below the Nanda Devi Mountain range. Nandaprayag is the confluence where the Mandakini River joins the main Alaknanda River. Vishnuprayag - The Alaknanda River, which originates from Satopanth glacier is joined by the Dhauli Ganga River near Joshimath (on Joshimath - Badrinath route). Alaknanda flows in front of the Badrinath temple, one of the most revered Hindu shrines. The Views! The trail to Gorsan Bugyal gives you a good close up view of the revered Mt. Nanda Devi along with other peaks such as Mt. Chaukamba, Mt. Dronagiri, Hathi Parvat, Ghoda Parvat and many more. All of this makes this trek a perfect escapade from the monotony of daily life. The landscapes will surely make you fall in love with photography. Animals that reside in the Biosphere Endowed with a diverse range of endemic flora, it is picturesque in its beauty. This lush region is also home to some rare and endangered animal species. You may spot animals like Asiatic Black Deer, Snow Leopard, Musk Deer, Red Fox, Brown Bear, and Blue Sheep. Important Valley of Flowers Links: For queries regarding the trek: Go to our Valley of Flowers FAQs page and find answers to all your question. For a detailed guide on Valley of Flowers: Read this comprehensive Valley of Flowers Guide to help you understand all you need to know about the Valley of Flowers trek! To see how the Valley looks during the monsoons: Check out this photoblog of 45 stunning pictures captured during the monsoon trek to Valley of Flowers. How to get fit for the Valley of Flowers trek: Click here to read a detailed blog on preparing for the Valley of flowers trek. Wondering what to carry for the trek: Read this blog with a detailed list of things to carry for the Valley of Flowers trek. COVID-19 Information: After due considerations and after understanding the guidelines and precautions set by the respective State Governments and the Government of India, we have decided to resume our operations and reopen our treks, ensuring the full safety and security of our Nomads and our on-ground staff. Click here more about the safety protocols followed by TrekNomads before, during and after the trek. Cancellation Policy: With the changing travel advisories and newer regulations coming into the picture, we understand that deciding and booking a trek can get tricky. We have relaxed our cancellation policy, read our new terms and conditions for cancellation here read more read less
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Trek to Kuari Pass [Premium] - Tour
Trek to Kuari Pass [Premium]
₹ 16,499
7 Nights 8 Days
25 Sep, 26 Sep, 02 Oct, and more
Joshimath
Trek to Kuari Pass [Premium]
₹ 16,499
If you’re looking for an easy trail to start your Himalayan journey, look no further, Kuari Pass is the just the right trek for you. This easy to moderate trail was discovered back in early 1900s by the then Viceroy of India, Lord Curzon.  The trail then got named after the keen trekker and has been called the Lord Curzon trail ever since. Located at an altitude of 13,989 ft (4,264 m), this trail is blazing with gorgeous views of the surrounding mountains, mystical forests and breathtakingly gorgeous meadows. Situated in the heart of the Garhwal region in Uttarakhand, this trail offers a diverse terrain that is perfect for a beginner to explore the Himalayas and fall in love with it. Snow Trekking The winters are a great way to explore the Garhwal region when it is drenched entirely in snow. The forests would be making way to the autumn and the meadows would be carpeted in snow. For a first-timer, this is a brilliant opportunity to trek through the thrilling terrains of the Himalayas. If you’ve trekked to the Himalayas before, this trek will surely be an epic snow adventure waiting to happen. Rhododendron Forests: All through the trail, you get to trek through the mystical and ancient forests adorned with Oak and Rhododendron trees. The forests are a perfect treat for photography lovers with tall trees touching the sky, the rays of the sun making its way through the canopy to the ground and a trail with a clearing leading to a magical meadow. The Views! The trail to Kuari  Pass goes through Nanda Devi Sanctuary. The entire trek route gives you a good close up view of the revered Mt. Nanda Devi along with other peaks such as Mt. Chaukamba, Mt. Dronagiri, Hathi Parvat, Ghoda Parvat, and Trishul Parvat. All of this makes this trek a perfect escapade from the monotony of daily life. The landscapes will surely make you fall in love with photography. Picture Perfect Campsites Ever imagined what it would feel like to wake up with a view of the snow-capped mountains? This trek is all about picture-perfect campsites and great camping experiences. Cozy up in your camps with blankets or brave the snow and chat the night away in front of a bonfire, make new friendships and be a true nature’s nomad. When you camp in the Himalayas, you’ll get to experience what a nomadic life feels like. Making this wild enough for an unforgettable experience. Panch Prayag Travel via the five sacred river confluences in the Garhwal Himalayas. Devprayag, Rudraprayag, Karnaprayag, Nandaprayag, and Vishnuprayag in the ascending flow sequence of their occurrence. Devprayag is the confluence of the two holy rivers, the Bhagirathi - the chief stream of the Ganges and the Alaknanda. It is the first Prayag on the way to Badrinath. Beyond this confluence, the river is known as the Ganges. Rudra Prayag is the confluence where the river Alaknanda meets the Mandakini River. The confluence is named after god Shiva, who is also known as Rudra. Karn Prayag is the location where Alaknanda River is joined by the Pindar River that originates from the Pindar glacier, below the Nanda Devi Mountain range. Nandaprayag is the confluence where the Mandakini River joins the main Alaknanda River. Vishnuprayag - The Alaknanda River, which originates from Satopanth glacier is joined by the Dhauli Ganga River near Joshimath (on Joshimath - Badrinath route). Alaknanda flows in front of the Badrinath temple, one of the most revered Hindu shrines. COVID-19 Information: After due considerations and after understanding the guidelines and precautions set by the respective State Governments and the Government of India, we have decided to resume our operations and reopen our treks, ensuring the full safety and security of our Nomads and our on-ground staff. Click here more about the safety protocols followed by TrekNomads before, during and after the trek. Cancellation Policy: With the changing travel advisories and newer regulations coming into the picture, we understand that deciding and booking a trek can get tricky. We have relaxed our cancellation policy, read our new terms and conditions for cancellation here read more read less
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Trek to Har Ki Dun - Tour
Trek to Har Ki Dun
₹ 17,999
8 Nights 9 Days
25 Sep, 02 Oct, 09 Oct, and more
Mussoorie
Trek to Har Ki Dun
₹ 17,999
Har Ki Dun is easily one of the most sought after treks in the Garhwal region of the Indian Himalayas. When it comes to Himalayan treks, this one stands out for its picture-perfect campsites, it's sheer beauty and also because, at one point, it will remind you of a scene from Lord of the Rings.  Also known as the "Doorway to Heaven", this little valley is a trek away from the Sankri village and is located at an altitude of 3,566 m (11,600 ft) and remains carpeted with snow from October up until the end of March. The meadowed wonderland is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful treks in the Western Himalayas.   The Valley is home to villages that are more than 3000 years old that makes this a gateway to a cultural extravaganza. The trail takes you to a world that is untouched by modern technology and will definitely transport you back to simpler times.  The Story of Osla: When translated, Har Ki Dun means - Valley of God Har (Shiva). The story dates back to the time of Mahabharatha when a clan that was extremely loyal to Duryodhana resided in Osla. Their loyalty for the eldest of the Kauravas was so strong that they built a temple to worship him and the clan is devoted to preaching to Duryodhana to date. The village works with its own set of rules and regulations and forms it's own Government. The attire of the village differs from the rest of Uttarakhand and depicts the culture and traditions of the clan. There are roughly about 250 houses in the village and they have close to 600 inhabitants. They also have a king who visits them once every month. The villages grow potato and wheat which is one of the major sources of food and income here.  Stay at a Homestay in Osla: Not only do you get a glimpse of the culture of Osla, but you also get to live their culture for 2 days when you stay here. The village is an eye-opener to how people can live with sheer happiness with such limited resources setting an example of how staying happy is something that you can be in control of.  Camping with a View: If there's one thing that you must not miss on a Himalayan trek, it's to camp on the trail. Right from camping amidst the valleys with streams flowing beside them to waking up to grand views of the revered peak - Swargarohini I, II & III, Bandarpoonch and Black Peak all in the same frame. It is also said that Har Ki Dun is the valley & pathway that the Pandavas took to reach Heaven through the Swargarohini peak. Trek via the Jaundhar Glacier Jaundhar is considered to be one of the largest sources of the Tons River. The majestic Jaundhar glacier lies in the trail to Har Ki Dun. Standing at a mighty altitude of 4,300 m (14,107 ft), the glacier is located close to the Swargarohini peak and is breathtakingly beautiful with impressive rock formations that are as huge as a mountain itself. The terrain here will be made of ridge-sand rubbles and rocky terrain.    COVID Pandemic Preparedness and Protocols: Screening of all nomads at the entry point for symptoms of COVID-19 such as temperature (using no-contact type thermometer/ thermal guns), cough, cold, etc.  Only asymptomatic tourists shall be allowed.  Those with temperature more than 37.5 °C (99 °F) and/or flu-like symptoms shall not be permitted to travel.  Nomads in the age below 10 and above 60 will not be permitted.  Before the commencement of Travel, all nomads to mandatory submit a self-declaration form. Travelers to provide basic personal information when traveling, including name, phone number, Govt. ID type and ID number. Consent for sharing of their details with the administrative / health authorities will be taken from visitors, as and where required for contact tracing related activity. All nomads shall be briefed on the safety measures taken before onboarding. All the nomads shall be briefed on the Dos and Don’ts to be mandatorily followed while traveling and during the trip. Nomads are recommended to carry their own mask, sanitizer, wet wipes and cutlery set for personal use.    COVID-19 Information: After due considerations and after understanding the guidelines and precautions set by the respective State Governments and the Government of India, we have decided to resume our operations and reopen our treks, ensuring the full safety and security of our Nomads and our on-ground staff. Click here more about the safety protocols followed by TrekNomads before, during and after the trek. Cancellation Policy: With the changing travel advisories and newer regulations coming into the picture, we understand that deciding and booking a trek can get tricky. We have relaxed our cancellation policy, read our new terms and conditions for cancellation here   read more read less
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Sandakphu and Phalut Trek [Premium] - Tour
Sandakphu and Phalut Trek [Premium]
₹ 28,999
9 Nights 10 Days
25 Sep, 02 Oct, 09 Oct, and more
Sandakphu
Sandakphu and Phalut Trek [Premium]
₹ 28,999
When it comes to trekking in West Bengal, one of the most popular names that come up is the Sandakphu trek. Boasting spectacular views of the world's highest peaks from Nepal to Bhutan and all the way up to Tibet, Sandakphu is your one-stop trek that covers all major 8000ers in the Himalayan region. Sandakphu, located at an altitude of 3636 m/11926 ft is West Bengal's highest point in the District of Darjeeling. Phalut is the second highest peak in the Singalila range right after Sandakphu and is more or less like a tabletop on the same ridge. Phalut also shares the border with Nepal, Sikkim, and West Bengal. The major difference between the Sandakphu trek and the Sandakhphu + Phalut trek is the extra day's trek to Phalut top and Gorkey which is not included in the regular Sandakphu trek itinerary. Phalut and Gorkhey offers one of the most beautiful views of the Singalila National park. A wondrous adventure for naturists The Sandakphu-Phalut trek route trails along the Singalila Ridge and into the Singalila National park. You can expect to find charming wildlife along this patch which may be of interest to naturists. The birds, animals and even the flora found on this trail are extremely diverse and incredibly fascinating to explore. Some of the exquisite species you can expect are - Red Panda, flowers such as Rhododendrons, Magnolias in all hues and shades.   Views of the mighty giants Undoubtedly one of the reasons The Sandakphu trek is super famous is because of the front row seats you get to view the world's highest mountains. The spectacular panoramic view of Mt. Everest, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Janu, Chamlang, Baruntse, and Mt. Kanchenjunga is what you get to see when you do this trek. Need more to reason to do this trek? You also get to see the famous Sleeping Buddha, a stretch of peaks in Sikkim that have been formed as a Buddha sleeping peacefully. You can also clearly get a glimpse of the Kanchenjunga massif from the Sandakphu trek!  Dreamy villages along the trail Ever dreamt of running away and settling in one of those peaceful villages with a nice small hut and smoke coming out of a chimney? Well, the villages of Samanden and Gorkhey are just that. Not to mention, when you set your eyes on them you'll feel like you're looking at a quaint wallpaper. With small patches of pine trees, wooden huts, small farm lands, you'll definitely fall in love and want to stay back here. Tucked away from civilization, this will reintroduce you to a simpler, minimalistic life that we all dream of.  Long trails that reach the horizon Ever thought of long roads that you can see for kilometers? Well, imagine that but in the mountains. The Sandakphu and Phalut trek gives you long-distance views as far as the eyes can see. You'll notice the clouds touching the horizon and the sun setting below you. Now that's a trek we wouldn't you to miss! You get to be in two countries at the same time!  Ever heard of this saying before? Due to it's extremely close proximity to Nepal and no actual border, you keep going back and forth from India to Nepal making you tick Nepal off your bucket list. You end up camping in India, having dinner in Nepal or vice versa. The only way you'll know when you've passed a border is old pillar which mark the boders along the trail. Now isn't that interesting? Important Links: COVID-19 Information: After due considerations and after understanding the guidelines and precautions set by the respective State Governments and the Government of India, we have decided to resume our operations and reopen our treks, ensuring the full safety and security of our Nomads and our on-ground staff. Click here more about the safety protocols followed by TrekNomads before, during and after the trek. Cancellation Policy: With the changing travel advisories and newer regulations coming into the picture, we understand that deciding and booking a trek can get tricky. We have relaxed our cancellation policy, read our new terms and conditions for cancellation here read more read less
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