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This magnificent trek offers the ultimate combination of breath-taking scenery and fascinating culture, in the southernmost ridges of the Indian Himalayas. Starting and finishing at McLeod Ganj, residence of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama and a large community of Tibetan Buddhist exiles, this challenge promises an extra-special experience.

We trek through the friendly villages, high pastures and forests of the southern flanks of the Dhaula Dhar (White Mountains), gradually gaining height as we follow trails used for centuries by local shepherds. We’re constantly rewarded with far-reaching vistas of the beautiful Kangra valley and surrounding mountains, but with a high point of 3300m, remain at relatively low altitudes.

This trek is packed with diverse cultural discovery, exceptional trekking and magnificent landscapes – all the ingredients for an unforgettable trip!


  • Day 1: - Delhi

    Transfer to hotel. Free afternoon to relax or explore - why not take a tuc-tuc ride, out and about? In the evening we will go to see India Gate - brightly lit at night, this is a popular spot for locals to meet their friends and hang out.

  • Day 02-Day sightseeing in Delhi

    Delhi streets can be crazy, but today we have a chance to visit some of the beautiful quiet spots in Delhi, such as the serene Akshardam Temple, and the peaceful Lohdi Gardens. In the evening we catch the overnight train to Pathankot. This authentic experience is a great adventure, but don't worry, we don't travel quite in the way you may have seen in the movies! We will have individual bunks in air-conditioned carriages.

  • Day 03- Pathankot to Dharamshala

    Travel by road from Pathankot to Dharamshala through picturesque countryside, with delicious breakfast en route. On arrival in Dharamshala, take the opportunity to visit the home of the Dalai Lama and marvel at the amazing temple where he speaks to his devotees. Hotel stay and briefing, ready for the trek.

  • Day 04- Dharamshala (Macleod Ganj) to Kareri - 2,000m

    After breakfast we commence the first day of our trek which is an 11km walk towards Kareri village located at a height of 2000m above sea level. The first few kilometres covers undulating landscape until wereach Satobari Village, after that it is a descent through pine forests upto Ghere Village. The next two hours is a ascent till Kareri village where we set up camp next to the Laund River. Overnight stay in tents.

  • Day 05-Kareri to Reyot Camp - 2,600m.

    The next day's trek of 7 km from Kareri village to towards Reyot camp at an altitude of 2500 m is an easy to moderate trek with a few steep descents. This is a himalayan hamlet with a stream which arises from the Kareri Lake. Overnight stay in tents.

  • Day 06 - Reyot Camp to Kareri Lake -3,200m.

    Today's trek of 7 km leads us to the popular attraction of the entire trek that is the Kareri Lake at 3100m above sea level. The lake is fed by the melting snow of the Dhauladhar Range and remains frozen from early December to March-April. There is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and Shakti on a hilltop overlooking the lake. The views here are simply stunning! Overnight stay in tents.

  • Day 07 - Kareri Lake to Chandrala - 2,100m

    After breakfast we resume the trek and head towards Chandrala camp. The trek starts with crossing over an improvised bridge over a small stream and till Chandrala it is a gradual uphill and considered easy trekking. The 10km trek trail is along the river until we reach Chandrela dhaar. Overnight stay in tents.

  • Day 08 - Chandrala to Salli and Dharamshala - 1600m

    1600mToday's trek of 7 km leads us to Salli village where you can enjoy the spectacular views of the snow clad mountain peaks and the stunning Khauli River that flows through the valley. From here transfer to hotel at Dharamshala (65km) and overnight stay at the hotel, with a well deserved hot shower.

  • Day 09 - Dharanshala to Pathankot

    An opportunity to do a little shopping in the delightful Tibetan-influenced town of McCleodganj is followed by a transfer to the railway station at Pathankot to take the overnight train to Delhi.

  • Day 10 :- Delhi to Agra

    On arrival in Delhi, we will transfer to Agra and check into our hotel, where we can freshen up and have a tasty brunch. In the evening we will go to the Kalakriti Cultural and Convention Centre, where we will watch a fabulous sound and light show that explains the story behind the Taj Mahal, ready for our visit at sunrise tomorrow.

  • Day 11 :- Agra to Delhi

    No visit to India would be complete without a visit to the Taj Mahal, the symbol of love eternal. Be warned - it is busy! For many Indian families, a visit to the Taj Mahal is a real highlight of their lives. Sit and take photos on Diana's bench, and marvel at the intricacies of the carvings, inlaid with semi-precious stones. After brunch we head back to Delhi. Tonight we will celebrate and dance the night away in style at one of Delhi's up-and-coming nightclubs

  • Day 12 - Last Day in Delhi

    Today is free to enjoy - visit the stunning Hannuman Temple, go shopping for bargains in Connaught Place, or marvel at one of the beautifully preserved heritage buildings that Delhi is famous for. Late evening we will transfer to the airport for our flight back to Home.


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10:30 AM – 8:00 PM (Mon to Sat)


  • Height: 3300 m/11220 ft
  • Base: Mcload Ganj
  • Best time to visit: Late May to early Nov.
  • Distance: 26 KM (to and fro
  • Temperature: 1°C to 20°C
  • Difficulty : Moderate to Difficult(Requires Fitness)
  • Start Point: Dharamshala
  • End Point: Dharamshala
  • Electricity: Electricity is not available at the campsite
  • Nearest ATM: ATM is available at Dharamshala


Available Group Departures:

Note: Customization available


How to reach Dharamshala/Mcleodganj?

Gaggal Airport or Kangra Airport at Dharamshala is about 20 km away from McLeod Ganj and is well connected to Delhi, Kullu, and Chandigarh. A number of state-owned and private buses connect McLeod Ganj with other cities like Delhi, Chandigarh, and Dharamshala. Pathankot Railway Station, situated approximately 90 km away, is the closest broad gauge railhead serving those headed to McLeod Ganj.



  • Trekking Boots
  • Trekking poles (Optional)
  • Shirts / T-shirts
  • Trousers / Track Pants
  • Windproof jacket (preferably Gore-Tex)
  • Fleece / Full-sleeve
  • Woollen sweater
  • Thermal inner wear(upper & lower)
  • Mittens (Woollen gloves)
  • Woollen socks (extra pairs to be carried)
  • Raincoat / Poncho
  • Towel
  • Water bottle
  • Cap / Hat
  • Sunscreen Lotion
  • Lip Balm
  • Torch / Flashlight (with extra batteries)
  • Medicines, if requiring any specific medication
  • Cameras (with extra memory and batteries)
  • Sunglasses
  • Personal toiletries Books, if you like reading


What is the reporting time from Volvo bus?

Reporting time is 30 mins before the bus departure from Delhi or Dharamsala

What do we need to carry for this tour?

Bus ticket, Light bag pack minimal clothes, small blanket, medical kit, torch light and energy bars.

What safety measure can be taken?

Wear mask, use sanitizer, wash hands when possible, bring your own blankets

Is trekking allowed in Jan and Feb?

Yes with proper gear you can trek in these months too.

What to carry on the trek?

Carry minimum weight, torch, batteries, power bank, carry chocolates, dry fruits, candies and water to keep you hydrated.

Do we need prior permission?

No we don’t need any prior permission and there is no entry fee. But your id card and backpack is checked at the check post of Galu temple.

What are the stay options at the top?

There are couple of options to stay starting from forest guest house which can be pre booked, two private lodge and you can also rent camps too.

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Mcleodganj Top Attractions


Indrahar Pass

The distinctly varying altitudes of the trekking trail to this mesmerizing location allow you to witness the scenic beauty of various forest ranges.

Chamunda Devi Temple

Chamunda Devi Temple, or the 'Chamunda Nandikeshwar Dham,' is one of the most prestigious and renowned holy shrines of the Hindus.

St. John In The Wilderness

The church of St. John in the wilderness is an old Anglican church situated in the beautiful valley of McLeodganj