Dates: Every Thursday
Duration: 3 Nights / 4 Days
Highest Altitude: ~ 7700 feet
Start Day from Location:
|April – 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th|
|May – 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th|
|June – 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th|
About this trek:
This 3N/4D extravaganza is easy on the pocket but heavy on the views. Ideal for beginners and advanced trekkers alike – the Kareri Lake is one of the most special excursions simply because of its approachability and beauty.
Day 1 – Mcleodganj
Arrive at Mcleodganj by 9.30 AM and check-in at The Hosteller. Head for local sightseeing and witness the beauty unfold right in front of your eyes.
Things to do: Local sightseeing, Bhagsu Waterfalls, etc. Dalai Lama Monastery, Gallu Devi temple
Inclusions: Stay, Dinner, Bonfire, S’mores
Stay Type: Triple occupancy rooms /dorms
Day 2 – Kareri Village
Start your day with breakfast and post breakfast get transferred to Kareri village. Start a 4-5 hr trek to Rioti campsite through dense pine forest. Stay in camps for the night.
Things to do: Trek to Rioti.
Inclusions: Breakfast, camp stay, dinner, cab charges
Stay Type: Triple occupancy camps
Day 3 – Kareri Lake
Post breakfast at Rioti, Trek (4-5 hrs) towards Kareri lake. Campsite for this night will be another enchanting meadow.
Things to do: Look for a relaxed spot by the river. Relax near the magnificent Kareri lake
Inclusions: Breakfast, camp stay, dinner, guide
Stay Type: Triple occupancy camps
Day 4 – Mcleodganj
Post breakfast around 9 AM, enjoy the lake. Bid adieu and descend to Ghera. Drive to Mcleodganj. Trip ends.
Things to do: Last day of the trip. Collect as many memories as you possibly can
Inclusions: Breakfast, cab charges
Stay Type: N.A
Things to carry
Valid ID Proofs, NDA & Trek Invoice (received from our end earlier)
Sufficient cash as it is difficult to find ATMs in the mountains
Waterproof trekking shoes & jacket
Camera & other trekking accessories like Torch, Lighter & Trekking stick
The Unseen Trail comprises of one day in Kasol and Grahan each. This is an extremely good choice for first-time trekkers wanting to experience hiking in the lower Himalayas. The trek is widely popular for its dense pine forests, natural hot water springs, Grahan waterfall, lush flora, and fauna, etc. Grahan gives the travelers an opportunity for a peaceful retreat without any of the humdrum of typical civilization. One of the most unique things about Grahan is how secluded it is. Not a lot of people know about this small village and there is also not a lot of information to go around. Coming to this place will ensure that you have some brilliant memories that cannot be tarnished by time. A short hike ahead of the village leads to the Pir Panjal mountain range, which is a great thing to do if you have spare time on your hands.
Jibhi is a charming unexplored hamlet in the Himalayas, be prepared to be pleasantly surprised by the overwhelming beauty of this place and the meadow nature walks surrounding it. And if you want to step out of your comfort zone you can trek across to ‘Chehni Kothi’ an abandoned 17th Century wood & stone fort with an architecture straight out of a fairy tale. If you need an escape, this is your calling!
If you are anywhere near McleodGanj, then the Triund trek is a must do on the list. Skipping this would be like eating popcorn without butter. The trek starts from the vibrant Tibetian town of McleodGanj, makes its way through beautiful oak and rhododendron forests and finally opens up to the large open expanse of the Triund Hilltop. If the views of the entire Kangra valley are not enough to satiate you, just pitch a tent and wait till the sun drops. It will take your jaw with it. Believe us!
The Kheerganga trek is a perfect getaway for beginners looking for an adventurous trek in the lower Himalayas, is widely popular for its dense pine forests, natural hot water springs (Manikaran & Kheerganga), waterfalls (Rudranag), short hikes, serene villages (Kalga, Pulga, Tulga) and the valley’s natural beauty. The crisp mountain air coupled with delicious Himachali & Israeli food with the smell of burning herbs coursing through the otherwise unpolluted air makes Kasol the so-called “Amsterdam of India”. One should also take a short hike to Malana from Kasol to experience the centuries-old local Malana culture.
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