Kasol Trip, Trek to Kheerganga and Tosh Valley
Kasol Trip, Trek to Kheerganga and Tosh Valley
Kasol Trip, Trek to Kheerganga and Tosh Valley
Kasol Trip, Trek to Kheerganga and Tosh Valley

Kasol Trip, Trek to Kheerganga and Tosh Valley

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Kasol, Himachal Pradesh

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What will you experience


Certified Instructor


High Quality Safety Gear


Wildlife Exploration


Good Endurance


Team Work


Amazing Sunrise and Sunset

About the Activity

Start PointNew Delhi
End PointNew Delhi
Start and End Time06:00 PM to 7:00 PM (Day 1) and round 8:00 AM (Day 6)
StayAlpine tents on sharing basis
MealsBreakfast and dinner
Transportation Delhi to Kasol and Kasol to Delhi in a semi sleeper AC Volvo bus and inner transfers(As according to the version selected)
ActivitiesTrekking & Camping
Maximum Altitude9600 ft.
TemperatureDay: 8┬░C to 15┬░C; and Night: 0┬░C to 3┬░C
Avg. Hiking Distance 14 KM
ATMLast ATM is in Kasol
Mobile NetworkBSNL works the pleasant in those areas
Trekking GradientEasy to moderate

About the trek:

  • Relax in the calm settings of Kasol and Kheerganga, which are two of Himachal Pradesh's most revitalising tourist destinations.
  • The Kasol expedition, which includes a walk to Kheerganga and Tosh valley, begins in Delhi and travels through Bhuntar, Rudra Nag, and Barshini.
  • You may visit the pilgrim centre of Manikaran while on the trip, and you can also take in the extraordinary beauty of the captivating Parvati valley and the snow-capped Himalayas.

How to Reach:

  • The starting line of this excursion is New Delhi that is without problems available thru trains, flights, and different methods of transport.

Package Option


6 Days 5 Nights

0 per person

6 Days 5 Nights
  • Meals on all Days of Trek
  • English and Hindi speaking Guide
  • Safety Equipments also included
  • Treking Equipments also included
  • Transportation also included
  • Wildlife Exploration
  • Any Personal Expenses
  • Any Travel Expenses
  • Any Damage to Equipments
  • Anything Else than Inclusion

Detailed Itinerary

Know before you book

  • Keep your bags to a bare minimum; the more you have, the more trouble you'll have.
  • Bring dry snacks/meals from home (you'll be carrying a lot of cash). Carry water bottles so you may refill them.
  • Any non-public charges, private devices, food no longer listed, and so on will no longer be included in the programme.
  • Mobile and computer charging points may or may not be available on campsites at any given time.
  • Camping may be an easy activity. It is no longer possible to rely on luxuries. Some areas have the best access to electricity.
  • All sports are affected by the weather.
  • For the journey, a good and functional vehicle with an experienced driver is required, especially for hilly terrains.
  • Professional manual(s) are available to provide high security, proper statistics, and private activities, all of which are required to complete a trek.
  • Following your reservation, you may be given access to the actual region.
  • At the time of check-in, please present a valid photo ID.
  • Guidelines provided by the state government must be followed. Distancing from others must be maintained. Hand sanitisers and masks should be used often.
  • If the trek is to be cancelled, the government must be notified ahead of time.
  • Avoid using plastic luggage to preserve the destination's ecological stability.
  • During the walk, avoid using earphones since this may reduce your audibility.
  • Do not encourage midnight trekking unless it is a part of the schedule and you have a manual with you; this may result in unexpected catastrophes.
  • Water is a valuable resource, hence conservation is encouraged.
  • The walk passes through a green zone; polluting the neighbouring websites or campsites is not encouraged. Travellers who litter may face fines.
  • To have a safe and enjoyable walk, pay attention to the trek publications and teachers.
  • It is recommended that you bring enough warm clothing and appropriate footwear for the journey.
  • Before embarking on the journey, see a doctor. Throughout the walk, carry minimal pharmaceutical medications and a first-aid kit.
  • The command retains the right to alter the trek in the event of any emergency or natural disaster.
  • Climate conditions at high altitudes differ from those at lower altitudes; allow adequate time to acclimate to high elevations.
  • The trek is not recommended for children under the age of seven.

Things to Carry

  • Water Bottle
  • Snacks
  • Appropriate Clothing
  • Comfortable Footwear
  • Backpack
  • Flashlight
  • Sunscreen
  • UA Voucher