Manali Beas Kund (9Nights/10Days) By AC Train & By Flight
Age Group : 12+ years
Dates :3rd April- 12th April 2020, 1st May- 9th May 2020
Cost : 30,300/- + 5% GST
Overview- Team Tigers has a special experience about the Himachal Ranges & Dhundi- Beas Kund is a very special trek for us since the company has been incorporated. The Adventure Activities like trekking, rafting, river crossing, rock climbing & campfire with DJ night, we also go for sightseeing lie Manali Town, Mall Road, Vashisht Temple, Hot Water Spring etc. which is an added delightful to the trip!
1) Transport Charges
2) Accomodation in Room (4 in 1 sharing)
3) All Meals , Water Bottles
4) 2 Nights / 3 Days Trekking
5) Travel Insurance
6) Charges of Adventure Activities mention in Above.
1) Any kind of Personal Expenditure (Telephone, Laundry, Room service etc.)
2) Medical Expenses
3) Any other charges not mention in the "Charges Includes"
4) Cold Drinks/ Beverages during Journey
Tour Places Of Interest
Beas Kund is one of the most ideal short treks one can undertake to enjoy the grandeur of Himalayan trekking. You don't just get to witness a placid high altitude alpine glacial lake but also camp near the base of towering Himalayan peaks masked with snow and ice. The trek starts from Solang Nala / valley, a valley extremely popular with tourists for its summer "adventure" sports like zorbing, skating, paragliding, horse riding, zip lining etc. In the winters, the giant slopes of the valley turn into a popular skiing destination. The trail to Beas Kund crosses the Solang Valley and branches towards a small hamlet called Dhundi which lies about 8 kms North West. The entire 8 km stretch is on paved road and if you are lucky, you can hitch a ride on any of the numerous trucks that pass you going towards the construction site next to Dhundi.
Manali is a high-altitude Himalayan resort town in India's northern Himachal Pradesh state. It has a reputation as a backpacking center and honeymoon destination. Set on the Beas River, it's a gateway for skiing in the Solang Valley and trekking in Parvati Valley. It's also a jumping-off point for paragliding, rafting and mountaineering in the Pir Panjal mountains, home to 4,000m-high Rohtang Pass.
Vashisht village is a green patch of steep hill hanging at the base on a cliff. The village is 6 km from Manali at the banks of the Beas River opposite Old Manali. Vashisht is reachable from Manali by half an hour walk or a short drive up a slanting road by Auto Rickshaw for Rs.50. Most foreign tourists preferred staying here or at the Old Manali than the downtown Manali. Rich traditions and nice cafes are integral for backpackers. Vashisht has all that. Like Old Manali, Vashisht is crowded with tourists during peak seasons.
Vashisht temple is built in a traditional style with lots of intricate wood carvings. It is also most popular for hot springs which is believed to have medicinal value. There are separate bathing arrangement for men and women. According to another legend Lakshman who paid a visit realized that the sage had to go for long walks to take bath. He shot an arrow into the ground and hot water began to gush out. There's another temple ancient stone temple known as Rama Temple adjacent to the Vashisht Temple.Vashisht village is considered an important place by the Hindus in India. The place is often associated with pilgrims.
The Mall Road in Manali is the focal point of this popular hill destination. Buzzing with activity throughout the day, the Mall Road is close to all places of interest and perfect for street shopping. Lined with multiple hotels, restaurants and bars, this busy commercial centre also houses numerous shops and emporiums. From Kullu and Kashmiri shawls, rugs, woollen caps, jewellery, to wooden furniture and books, the Mall Road has something for everyone. It also includes smaller shopping zones such as Hong Kong Market, Thai Market, Dragon Shopping Complex, Lama Underground, Shangri La Shopping Complex, New NAC Market and Snow Lion Underground Market.