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Services Include


  • Stay on full board at our guest house Chestnut Grove Himalayan Lodge (Vijaypur), and other hotels/lodges whenever necessary.
  • Provision of all camping gear like tents (3-4-men Alpine tents on twin sharing) sleeping bags (hollow fiber bags attached with sleeping bag liners), mattresses, toilet tent, wash tent (with hot water once a day), camping furniture, ice axe, ropes and so on.
  • Provision of wholesome meals trough out the trek. Meals to comprise breakfast, lunch(which may be packed at times) and regular dinner. Breakfast and dinner would be supplied in a separate dinning tent.
  • Provision of essential support services like escort, cooks, porters, mules, one rider pony (for any emergency) and basic medical kit. Trekkers will not be expected to carry their personal belongings during any of the treks. Mules and porters will transport all bags.
  • To and fro railway reservation in air conditioned sleeper class/ by respective trains for all international trekkers and all those who desire to have this service.
  • Jeep transport from Kathgodam/nearest rail head to starting point of the trek and return to Kathgodam/nearest road head for all those selecting to follow our regular itineraries.
  • Arrangements for hotel accommodation in Delhi on request.

A Normal Trekking Day
At around 6 a.m. tea will be brought to you in your tent. The day's walk will typically begin after breakfast at 7 a.m. and you will walk for six or seven hours on average each day. Packed lunches will be served en route each day at a picturesque spot. In the afternoon, our staff will travel ahead and set up camp, so everything will be ready for you when you arrive at around 3 or 4 p.m. Dinner will be served early to make the most of the last light of evening.

Trekking Insurance


Trekking in the Nanda Devi region is a strenuous activity and all trekkers are advised to ensure for themselves that they are medically fit before they opt to trek in this region. As a matter of precaution we advise that all foreign participants must be adequately insured before arriving in India. The medical insurance policy must be obtained from an established international insurance company that has a corresponding handling agent in India (for example, Thomas Cook). The policy must cover medical and personal accidents including the cost of air evacuation from high attitudes and subsequent medical treatment. Given the high cost of air evacuation in the Indian Himalaya, we advise all trekkers to obtain medical insurance covers of at least US$ 20000 (Twenty Thousand Dollars) per person for their period of stay in India.

In addition all participants are advised to submit to us upon arrival in India an appropriate medical fitness certificate obtained from a registered medical practitioner in the country of their origin indicating that the individual is fit to go on a high altitude trek, and that he/she has no physical and medical disabilities that would limit him/her from trekking.

In order to ensure speedy and timely help during an emergency in a trek, we have contracted Goodmans Rescue to handle all road and air evacuation cases on our behalf. For more details viewers are advised to visit http://www.goodmansrescue.com. Although accidents are rare but if something happens, then it must be noted that initially it is difficult to land a helicopter at high altitudes such as Pachu, Milam or Ralam Glacier and an accident victim is generally first brought down to the helipad at Munsyari for transfer to a hospital in Delhi.

Indian trekkers are advised to co-ordinate with Goodmans Rescue for obtaining suitable medical insurance covers while deciding to trek into the Himalayas.

 
 
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