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Himalayan Treks Manali-Leh Jeep Safari

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10 days

Himachal Pradesh

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+ 5% GST


Trek Itinerary


The Leh-Manali Highway is a roadway in northern India interfacing Leh in Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir state and Manali in Himachal Pradesh state. It is open for just around four and a half months in a year in summer between May or June, when the snow is cleared, and mid-October when snowfall again obstructs the high passes. It associates Manali valley to Lahaul and Spiti valleys and Zanskar valley in Ladakh.Leh-Manali Highway was composed and manufactured and is kept up totally by the Border Roads Organization (BRO) of Indian armed force. It is fit for supporting the heaviest of armed force vehicles.The normal rise of Leh-Manali Parkway is more than 4,000 m (13,000 feet)[1] and its most astounding height is 5,328 m (17,480 ft) at Tanglang La mountain pass. It is flanked by mountain runs on the two sides including some staggering sand and shakes regular formations.The street between Leh-Manali in Ladakh.The interstate crosses numerous little floods of super cold water from snow-topped mountains and ice melts without a scaffold and it requires driving aptitude to arrange quick streaming streams. The scene changes promptly in the wake of moving beyond Rohtang Pass and going into Chandra stream valley in Lahaul locale that lies in rain-shadow. The greenery on the southern side of the mountain pass vanishes and the mountain inclines on the leeward side wind up noticeably dark colored and bone-dry. Be that as it may, the mountain crests are canvassed in snow and sparkle splendidly in sun.Leh-Manali Thruway is by and large two paths wide (one path in either bearing) without a street divider, however, has just a single or one and a half paths at some extends. It has over twelve Bailey scaffolds and the greater part of them are in run down condition. The interstate has many harmed extends and under-support divides where even a little precipitation can trigger avalanche making it extremely risky to cross that extent of the street. The riding quality is bad at many places and quick speeds can cause uneasiness.

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A great deal of preparation has gone into the planning of the trek route ensuring safety. Our camp and group leaders have been constantly visiting the area to check all details. You should, therefore not deviate from the set rout without first informing your group/ camp leaders and getting their consent in writing to that effect. While every care has been taken to ensure the safety of the participants, Blue Meridian cannot be held responsible for any death, accident, illness and such other unforeseen eventualities. For the duration of the trek, group unforeseen eventualities. For the duration of the trek, group insurance will be done. Cost is included in the participation fees.

What you should bring?

Each participant is advised to bring the following personal equipment for the trek.

  • Ruck sack(If available)
  • Cotton shirts
  • Wollen Pant(rough)
  • Wollen Scarf/ Muffler
  • Chappals
  • One pair wollen socks
  • Gloves
  • Water Bottle
  • Mug and plate
  • Sleeping bag or one blanket
  • Cotton pants/ Jeans
  • Two wollen Jerseys
  • Trekking Boots
  • Light raincoats
  • Two pairs cotton socks
  • Torch(with new cells)
  • Lunch Box
  • Spoon
  • Pen
  • dark sun glasses(Other that blue colour)
  • Spare buttons
  • Note Book
  • Cold cream
  • Vaseline
  • Knife
  • Thread
  • Needle
  • Ball point pen with refills
  • Petroleum Jelly
  • Toilet material
  • Small and big plastics bags.

We will provide a sack and blanket or sleeping bag. Arrangements will be made to keep your extra luggage at the base camp.

Rules for cancellation

The cancellation charges are as under.

  • Cancellations prior to 30 days from the start of the tour - 5% deduction.

  • Cancellation between 30 days and 15 days to the start of the tour - 10% deduction.

  • Cancellation less than 15 days to the start of the tour - no refund.