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Manali Camp – 12 days

Manali is a quite popular hill station nestled in the mountains of the Himachal Pradesh near the northern end of the Kullu Valley, at an altitude of 2,050 m (6,726 ft) close to the river Beas. The Kullu region is known as the Valley of Gods. It is situated at the beginning of an ancient trade route to Ladakh and from there over the Karakoram Pass on to Yarkand and Khotan in the Tarmin Basin. The climate in and around Manali is predominantly cold during winters, and moderately cool during summers. Snowfall often takes place between November end to early February.

Apart from regular Tourists, Manali has become much more happening place in recent times because of the camping opportunities, ski-ing, river-rafting, trekking and such other adventure activities it has to offer.

Remark: This region has harsh climatic conditions, with temperatures often going below 0ºC. The programme requires patience, endurance and ability to cope with changes in fluctuating environments.

Highlights on this journey

  • Camp stay, campfires and stargazing
  • Exploring potential, stretching limits
  • Bird watching
  • Introductory mountaineering activities, including rock climbing, rappelling, river crossing, trekking
Rs1450012 days
Rs1550012 days
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Batch No.1Departure from Mumbai: May 02 – Manali Camp Dates: 04-11May – Arrival in Mumbai: May 13 – Concession Rs.300 (Last Date): March 03

Batch No.2Departure from Delhi: May 10 – Manali Camp Dates: 12-19 May – Arrival in Mumbai: May 21 – Concession Rs.300 (Last Date): March 10

Batch No.3Departure from Mumbai: May 18 – Manali Camp Dates: 20-27 May – Arrival in Mumbai: May 29 – Concession Rs.300 (Last Date): March 19

Batch No.4 – Departure from Mumbai: May 26 – Manali Camp Dates: 28-04 June – Arrival in Mumbai: June 06 – Concession Rs.300 (Last Date): March 26

If you wish to travel at a different time or/and if you wish to travel with a group of your friends or family, Wild Holidays is happy to customize this trip to your specific needs and requirements. Just drop us a line!

Starting point – Mumbai or Delhi; or direct reporting at Manali
End point – Mumbai or Delhi; or direct departure from Manali

Day 1: Reporting at the camp; orientation and instructions
Day 2: Rock Climbing, Rappelling
Day 3: River Crossing, Fly Over
Day 4: Short Trek
Day 5: Long Trek
Day 6: Free half day — summary
Day 7: Transfer to dormitory in Manali town. Free day – shopping, etc.
Day 8: Local sightseeing. Departure afternoon.

Tent accommodation on campsite
One day dormitory stay in Manali

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are provided, with tea interludes wherever possible.
Meals include unlimited vegetarian simple food with fixed menu (locally available).

Warm clothes (appx. 3 pairs), good warm sweaters / jackets, inner thermal wear, windcheater / raincoat, sleeping bag / blanket, cap, gloves, sunglasses, torch, towel, sanitary requisites, Vaseline / sun cream, plate, bowl, spoon, mug, small shoulder bag, personal medicine if any, note pad, pen, camera, binoculars, etc if you can take proper care.

Note  :

You are responsible for your own belongings, though everything is safe at the camp site in your tents.

Important  ( do not forget ) :

Smiling Face and Willingness to face every obstacle  !

Use of Mobile Phones not allowed during camp activity dates (allowed for travel purpose only)

Alcohol, smoke, pan-gutkha, tobacco, tape recorders, transistors, walkman, video games, playing cards, mobile phones, lap tops, wireless, valuables, paper plates, etc or any such things which can create distance between you and yourself or rift between you and nature
Important ( please leave these away) :
Negative Attitude and Fear !

What is included

  • Transport to reporting point (from Delhi or Mumbai)
  • Unlimited vegetarian food + Tea
  • Accommodation in tents
  • Orientation meeting prior to departure
  • Personal expenses – laundry, mineral water, soft drinks, shopping, medicine
  • Emergency situation costs
  • Food during the journey Mumbai-Manali and back, and during last day at Manali town

Cancellation Policy:

Rs. 1,000 deduction for cancellation more than 95 days before departure
Rs. 2,000 deduction for cancellation 95-11 days before departure
Rs. 3,000 deduction for cancellation up to 10 days before departure

I can say that, I became a trekker for life after being part of Wild Holidays Himalayan camp near Manali. The pristine camping site in the lap of Himalayas with Solang glacier in the front was just surreal. The experience with Wild Holidays was a memorable one, so much so that I took my family members and friends once again me! Now, every year we all crave for Himalayas with Wild Holidays. Very warm and friendly are Himanshu Sir and Louie Sir, and all the group leaders.
Dr. Ajay Pradhan
I always say “it is not a luxury trip”, but having said that it is the right way to travel and live in nature. Food is healthy, clean, and always freshly made by the loving kitchen staff of Manali camp. Stay at camp site is always warm and comfortable. Even in worst of weathers, best care is always taken. All the activities move around the fact to make one stronger and ready to face all odds. The group I was traveling with was very friendly, and river crossing was a real fear-breaker for me! I would very much recommend traveling with Wild Holidays, and I always love to promote activities that bring people closer to nature, and support its conservation.
Miss. Nirva Desai
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