Har Ki Dun Trek

Har Ki Dun Trek Package

Har Ki Doon Trek Package

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About Har ki Doon Trek :

If you are an adventurous soul, then you should try this Har ki doon trek Package. Har ki doon Trek is a paradise for those who love expedition & exploration. It is one of the famous treks of Uttarakhand, known for its charismatic views in both winter and summer. It is located at the foothill of the Swargarohini peak, which offers ravishing views of the glorious Swargarohini, Bandar Poonch, Kala Nag peaks. As per local folklore, it is believed that Pandavas went to heaven through the Swargarohini peak.

Har ki Dun Best time to Visit -

Almost 8-9 months in a year, the Hari ki dun trek can easily be done. March to May, and September to December is the best time to visit Har ki dun valley. It is a national park with wildlife that is why after December, the trail gets closed by the forest department and reopens again in March.

Trek difficulty level -

The Har-ki-dun trek distance is roughly around 45-50 km which has to be covered in 5-6 days. It is an easy to moderate level trek that goes through beautiful villages and valleys. These villages are culturally blessed and take you back in time, 100-200 years back.
The detailed Har ki Dun trek itinerary is given below.

Har ki Dun Trek Itinerary :

Day 1 Drive Dehradun to Sankri (200 kms/06 hours approx)

Pick up from Haridwar/Dehradun railway station & drive to Sankri via Mussorie, Purola, Mori, and Netwar. Sankri is a base camp for the trek. Sankri is a small village situated at a lofty hillock with magnificent views of snow-capped peaks. Evening free to explore the place. Overnight stay in hotel/Guesthouse.

Day 2 Sankri - Taluka (Drive 40 kms) & Taluka - Seema (Trek 05 hours approx)

After early breakfast, enjoy the short & scenic drive to Taluka village, base camp for trek to Seema village. It is easy to trek through the forest & terrains along with the Supin river flowing on one side. The trail is a moderate gradient with a few steep hikes but a certain section of level walks makes the trial quite easy. On the trail, you will get familiar with local life as well. Seema is a small village with few shops & houses. We will cross a few villages en route to reaching Seema, a small marketplace. We will camp ahead of Seema in beautiful fields by the riverside, overnight in tents.

Day 3 Seema to Harkidoon- (Trek - 6 hours approx)

In the morning start the trek from the campsite to Har ki doon by cross over the Supin river with the gradual rising trail passing by the meadows of Dev Thach, Ruinsara Taal, and Bali Pass. Today's trail will be an easy hike with few steep sections, but generally leisure level walks The region comes under Govind National park which houses a variety of fauna & flora. You might encounter some Himalayas ' wild species like barking deer, Bharal, Blue Sheep, Bear, or Leopard too. Near to the destination, the Kalanag (Black Peak) and Bandarpooch ranges are evident. By afternoon we will reach the campsite. Har ki doon is situated at the foothill of Swargarohini. You can enjoy the fabulous views of the Bandarpoonch and Swargarohini peaks from here. The rest of the day at leisure to enjoy the sheer beauty of nature.

Day 4 Har ki doon -Day free to Explore the valley

The entire day is free to explore the heavenly beautiful valley. Har ki Dun is acclaimed as one of the most scenic treks as it is blessed with absolute natural grandeurs which showcase in form of glittering streams, carpeted meadows with flowers, undulated mountains & jaw-dropping views of Himalayan peaks.

Day 5 Har ki dun - Seema (05 hrs approx)

After breakfast starts for a long downhill trek to Seema though an easy one through the steeper & uneven surface. Along the trek, you will find a rich forest region hosting numerous wild animals & various bird species. If we reach timely at our destination, then we can visit Osla Village for an ancient temple, here mainly temples are dedicated to Duryodhana, the Kaurava prince. Or the people who love flowers can visit Haata, where meadows are fully carpeted with alpine flowers. Within the valley, one can find Trees of Bhojpatra, the rare Bramhakamal, and many varieties of fauna

Day 6 Seema- Taluka (12 km trek/04 hrs approx) Taluka- Sankri (12 km by road)

After breakfast begins trek down to Taluka & by afternoon reach Taluka. On arrival board the vehicle for Sankri. Overnight stay in the hotel/Guesthouse.

Day 7 Drive Sankri to Dehradun

After breakfast begins the drive for Dehradun, Enroute stopover at Mussorie. After the visit continues to drive to Dehradun to connect for onward destination.

Inclusions :

  • Accommodations in Homestay/Guesthouse/Tents. 
  • All meals during treks- mainly Veg. & Egg.
  • Dinner (veg), Breakfast.
  • Lunch / Packed lunch.
  • Morning / Evening Tea.
  • Forest Permits.
  • First aid medical kits and oxygen cylinder.
  • Support Staff, Qualified & experienced Professional trek Leader/Guide.
  • Transport Ex Dehradun.

Exclusions :

  • Good & Services Tax.
  • Meals/drinks not mentioned.
  • Any International or Domestic Air or Rail Tickets.
  • Any expenses of laundry, porter, tips, camera fee, ropeway charges, entrance charges.
  • Any travel, medical health insurance, or any other expenses incurred due to bad weather, ill health, road closure, landslides, etc., or any condition beyond our control.
  • Any increase in the govt. taxes.   
  • Any service not specified in inclusions.

General Information :

  • Climatic conditions in the high altitudes vary from the plains; take adequate time to get acclimatized to high altitudes.
  • Pay heed to the trek leader or instructor in order to enjoy a safe and sound trekking experience.
  • Before undertaking the trek, consult a physician.
  • carry medical kit for headaches, cold, cough, stomach ache, etc. as you could need them during your trek.
  • This is a high-altitude challenging trek covering a distance of around 40 km, it is essential that you check your fitness level, skill, and experience in trekking before undertaking the trek.
  • The trek takes place through an eco-friendly zone; do not encourage littering the local sites or campsites.

Checklist for Personal Items :

  • A good backpack & a day backpack.
  • Trekking Shoes (comfortable, with good grip).
  • Floaters/Flip-Flop.
  • Cotton & Woollen Socks (3 pair) Light & 1 heavy woolen Jacket or Sweater.
  • A pair of gloves.
  • Trek Pants / Lower.
  • A pair of sunglasses to avoid the glaring sun.
  • Sun Screen / Moisturizer.
  • Personal Toiletries, Hand Sanitizer Towel.
  • A Water bottle & trail snacks.
  • Extra batteries for all electronic equipment.

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