A Journey to Moon Lake
    Tucked away in the craggy folds of the Himalayas is a land that few people know about, fewer still have crossed this way, for it has been one of the world's best kept secrets for thousands of years. We find the amazing Chandratal Lake (14,220 ft) and high valleys that until recently were forbidden lands. Access to Spiti, North India, this remote and rugged corner of the world has only been possible since 1992.



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
Day exploring Naggar.
O/n hotel in Manali.

Day 4
Trek to Sethan.

Day 5

Trek to Chikha.

Day 6  
Trek to Bhalu ka kera.

Day 7

Trek over Hampta Pass to

Day 8

Trek to Chatru and
Chandratal Lake.

Day 9

Day at Chandratal Lake.

Day 10
4WD Jeep transfer to Manali.
O/n hotel in Manali.

Day 11
Day to relax and enjoy Manali.
Optional tandem paragliding.
Optional Indian cookery course.
O/n hotel in manali.

Day 12

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

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

Day 14


When: June - September

Level: 2


     Our camp at the base of the Hampta Pass is named Bhalu ka kera (12,320 ft); brown bears are said to hibernate in the nearby rock caves during the winter. From the Hampta Pass (14,320 ft) we have a panoramic view of some of the most spectacular peaks of the Himalayas including Deo Tibba (20,000 ft) and Indrasan (20,710 ft).

     From the enchanting forests we climb upwards through lush meadows, with wild flowers nodding in the breeze, to stunning camps, one of which is set beneath refreshing waterfalls.

     We witness an ever-changing panorama within the world's highest mountain range, from the lush alpine valleys to the high altitude deserts and you really do feel ieon top of the worldld. Relatively few travellers visit this pristine area, a factor that greatly adds to its appeal The trek finishes at Chandratal Lake (14,220 ft) which tells us the love story of the meeting of the Hindu Gods, Chandra and Bhaga, but also marks the confluence of the Chandra and Bhaga Rivers. Here with spectacular scenery of the surrounding snowy peaks reflected in crystal clear waters, you will have time to celebrate your achievement and reflect on a journey in a part of India quite removed from the rest.