Dodital Trek INR 16000/-

Dodital is situated at an altitude of 3024 m from sea level, north of Uttarkashi and surrounded by dense woods of oak, pine, deodar and rhododendrons. The amazing lake is full of rare fishes and the Himalayan Golden Trouts. The trek to Dodital commences from Uttarkashi to Kalyani and is accessible by motor. Kalyani to Agoda is gradual climb through woods, fields and villages on a mule track. The trek from Agoda to Dodital is steep and through dense forests with occasional views of Banderpunch peak and Dayara Bugyal on the other side.

There is a temple at Gangotri dedicated to Mother Ganges. Thousands of pilgrims and trekker’s visit Gangotri and Source of Ganges every year. The physical source of The Ganges is now 19 km from Gangotri at Gaumukh. This trek follows the river upstream to Gaumukh and its higher meadow at Tapovan. This trip starts from the holy city of Rishikesh, known as & “Gateway to Himalayas”. This exiting trek offers fantastic view of beautiful mountains like Shivling (6543m), Meru (6666m), and Bhagirathi group of mountains. Gangotri glacier is one of the largest glaciers in Indian Himalaya. There are many other notable peaks for climbing around Gangotri glacier like Choukhamba, Kedardome and Kharchakhund.

Best Time: From April – June and September – November
Cost: INR 16000/- Per Head (all inclusive)

INCLUSIONS

  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis.
  • On the trek: In camping tents on twin sharing basis including all meals (Veg).
  • AP basis: All meals included
  • Travel: Rishikesh to Rishikesh in Jeep/ Tempo traveler.
  • Govt. Service Tax (9%).
  • Local experienced guide and kitchen staff on the trek
  • Porters for personal baggage up to 12 kg.
  • All camping gears as; Tents, Mattress (Rubber + Air), camping chairs and folding table, Dinning tent and Toilet tents.
  • Entry/ Permit fee in national parks.

EXCLUSIONS

  • Items that are covered in the cost of tour price.
  • Stay and food in Rishikesh.
  • Travel from Delhi-Rishikesh-Delhi.
  • Cold drinks, Mineral water, Rider pony

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