Set upon a voyage full of adventure in the ‘Valley of Gods’, popularly known as Har-Ki-Dun trek. It is located deep inside the Govind Pashu National Park dotted with rich flora and fauna, the trail covered with flowers of orchids and other wild breeds.
The trek is a treat to your eyes and soul. The route runs alongside the Tons River from Netwar Village crossing through the stunning quaint villages of Giangad and Osla. Har-Ki-Dun is one popular trekking destination in the region that offer amazing camping places, forest guest house o stay, and a clearer view of Jamadar Glacier.
Enjoy this beautiful 7 days trek experience with us to have a memorable time to cherish for life.
- This 6 Nights/7 Days Tour in Garhwal region offer easy to moderate trekking experience
- Enjoy campsite staying experience relishing spectacular views and nutritious vegetarian foods
- A week in the Valley of God takes you through national parks, scenic villages, breathtaking camping places, and more.
- Walk alongside the Tons river from Netwar Village
- Day 1: Dehradun to Giangad
The day begins early, starting from Dehradun to reach the village of Giangad. Spend the night in the campsite in Giangad, after completing 22km bumpy yet beautiful ride through the Govind National Park.
- Day 2: Giangad to Taluka/ Daatmir
Wake up early in the morning, after breakfast, start from Sankri for Taluka, walking along the river passing through forests, orchards of apple, and fields. You can see small shops on the way; you can stop as well to shop. After crossing the distance of 15 km, you reach the campsite for the day, which is located near the village of Taluka or up near the Datmir Village.
- Day 3: Taluka/ Daatmir to Seema/ Osla
After your breakfast, start the day with the trek towards the village of Seema. You walk beside the Tons River, and at some point, you also cross small streams that merge into the River Tons. The walk is a delightful one, and once you reach the village of Seema, settle-down at the campsite. You can also walk further to Osla for an overnight stay; the place is across the river and on the way to Har-Ki-Dun.
- Day 4: Seema/ Osla to Har Ki Dun
The day starts from the overnight camping site, where you cross the Tons River from the stone bridge near the village of Seema. The trail ascends and offers a beautiful view of the Ruinsara Valley and the peak of the Banderpoonch Range. The trail takes you through fields as you climb high above the confluence of the Tons and Ruinsara gad. You then reach the campsite, which is located at the meeting point of the two valleys from Jamadar Glacier and offers beautiful views.
- Day 5: Har Ki Dun- explore- back to Osla
The day begins after your breakfast, where you spend some time exploring the nearby areas of the campsite. The place offers stunning view of Jamdar Glacier, Hata Peak, and Swargarohini Peak. As per Hindu mythology, many interesting stories are associated with this place. After the exploration spree, return to the campsite and head back to the village of Osla.
- Day 6: Osla to Giangad
Get ready for the day; hence it is going to be a long one. So it starts early in the morning with an easy walk till you reach Taluka Village, and then the rest of the journey will be covered in a shared jeep ride. The evening will be spent strolling around the village of Giangad.
- Day 7: Giangad to Dehradun
Leave for Giangad after your breakfast to reach Dehradun by late in the afternoon for the journey ahead or back home.
- Required Transportation during the trek
- Accommodation in sharing tents with a sleeping bag and sleeping mat
- Vegetarian three meals during the trek
- Cook/helper and other requisite staff
- Certified mountaineering guide and skilled local staff
- Porter/ mules for carrying common equipment- tents, utensils, ration, etc.
- Basic first aid kit with a portable oxygen cylinder
- Forest permits and camping charges
- Personal Expense
- Visa Fee
- GST 5%
- Porter to carry personal luggage
- Personal, Travel or Medical Insurance
- Food other than mentioned
- Anything not mentioned under inclusion section
Good to Know
- A medical certificate is required, issued not more than 25 days before the start of the trek.
- Original and copy of ID card.
- The best month for the trekking tour: April- June, and September- October.
- The trekking schedule can be modified under unfavorable circumstances.
- Pack- comfy clothes, trekking boots, toiletries, personal medical, water bottle, flashlight, personal care product, etc.