A Journey into Discovery

     Explore the beauty of the Himalayas with the magnificent mountain panorama, alpine forests and snow-fed rivers. You have the opportunity to venture into a unique part of the world, to taste some adventure and be challenged by it. After a luxurious night at the 500 year old Naggar Castle our challenging trek begins.


Day 1
Arrive Delhi.
15 seater internal flight
to Kullu.
O/n hotel in Manali.

Day 2
Day to relax and enjoy Manali.
Visit to Hadimba Temple.
O/n hotel in Manali.

Day 3
Sightseeing and warm-up walk around Naggar.
O/n in Naggar castle

Day 4
Trek to Rumsu.

Day 5

Trek to base Chandrakani.

Day 6
Trek to Malana.

Day 7
Trek to Rashol.

Day 8
Trek to Kasol.

Day 9
Am. Manikeran.
Transfer to Manali.
O/n hotel in Manali.

Day 10

Day to relax and enjoy Manali.
O/n hotel in Manali.

Day 11

Optional paragliding tandem.
Optional Indian cookery course.
O/n. hotel in Manali.

Day 12

Intenal flight to Delhi.
Shopping and sightseeing in
O/n hotel in Delhi.

Day 13
Taj Mahal.
O/n hotel in Delhi.

Day 14


When: May - Oct

Level: 2

     From the Chandrakani Pass (12,150ft) we have a panoramic view of some of the most spec-tacular mountain ranges in the Himalayas , from he.
Dhaula Dhar Range in the South to Hanuman Tibba (19,740ft) at the head of the Solang Valley and North to the
Gepan Twin Peaks in Lahaul. For mountain views this is possibly one of the finest treks.

     View the world from a different level! Along the route we camp on the outskirts of Malana, an ancient and isolated village.

     A tribal community which has its own language, customs and laws; governed by a system of village elders. Until recently, the villagers resisted intrusion from the outside world and there is still much inter-marriage. It is forbidden to touch anything or anyone in Malana. The village beliefs were determined it is said by the God Jumla, who was pre-Aryan and independent of the Hindu Gods which ruled the Kullu Valley.The existence of Malana is believed to date back pre-2BC, before the time of Alexander the Great.

     The trek finishes in Kasol, a picturesque and relaxing village situated on the banks of the Parvati River. For those that wish to cool down there is a beautifully clear mountain stream running through Kasol and to soothe our tired bodies we can relax in the natural hot sulphur springs, renowned for their therapeutic properties. 

     You have time to celebrate your achievement and reflect on a spectacular journey in a part of India quite removed from the rest.