Roop Kund Trek With TAJ MAHAL

Duration : 15 Nights / 16 Days


     
   
RoopKund becomes famous when large number of Human bones was reported. After that explorers and scientists have tried to explain the mystery but it helped in deepening the mystery rather solving it. Two theories have emerged and one is that these bones are of Gen.Zorawar Singh of Kashmir and his men who were coming back after raiding China-Tibet in 17th Century. Second opinion, which is also believed by locals, is that large numbers of people visiting Homkund were trapped in avalanches and snowstorms and got killed. Not even a single man survived to tell the true story. It is situated in CWM of Trishul and this is again a positive factor for unpredictable change in weather in Himalayas.
 
Day - 1 - Arrive Delhi:
Arrive Delhi airport, traditional welcome upon arrival and straight drive to hotel for night stay.
Day - 2 -Delhi - TAJ MAHAL - DELHI.:  
Morning drive from Delhi to Agra, enroute visit Sikandra, arrive Agra proceed for Agra sightseeing. Visit the TAJ MAHAL - one of the Seven Wonders of the World was built by Shah Jahan in 1631 AD and was completed in 1651AD. Taj Mahal - The symbol of Love was built in the memory of Mumtaz Mahal (Shah Jahan' s second Wife).

AGRA FORT - Built by the famed Mughal emperor Akbar in 1565 AD, the fort is predominantly of red sandstone. Ensconced within is the picture perfect Pearl Mosque, which is a major tourist attraction. IN THE EVENING DRIVE BACK TO DELHI. NIGHT STAY AT DELHI HOTEL.
Day - 3:  
Leave Delhi to Rishikesh, arrive Rishikesh check into the hotel. Evening free to visit Ashram, meditation centre. Night stay at Rishikesh.
Day - 4- Rishikesh - Mundoli (265 kms / 10 hrs ).:  
Drive to the small hamlet of Mundoli ( 2134m ), from where the trek begins. Overnight in Guest House / Tents.
Day - 5 - Mundoli-Bekhal Tal:  
Begin the trek; cross the Lahjung pass ( 2250m ) and continue to Bekhal Tal- a small lake amidst picturesque surroundings. Camp overnight. ( Aprox.8 Kms; 5-7 hrs walking )
Day - 6 - Bekhal Tal:  
Day at leisure to be spent in the beautiful environs.
Day - 7 - Bekhal Tal - Wan:
Continue the trek to Wan village. The trail takes you via another small lake- Brahm Tal. Overnight in Guest House / Tents at Wan ( 2340m ). ( Aprox.10 Kms; 6-8 hrs walking )
Day - 8 - Wan - Bedni Bugyal :
Begin the uphill trek and reach the 'Bugyals' (high altitude meadows) of Bedini ( 3354m ) - a beautiful location with magnificent view of the surrounding mountains. Camp overnight.
Day -09 - Bedni Bugyal:  
Day to explore the surroundings, which is bound to be an experience to be remembered.
Day -10 - TAPOVAN/KIRTI BAMAK/TAPOVAN:  
Trek through the undulating grasslands to reach Baguabasa ( 3380m ). Camp overnight. ( Aprox.7 Kms; 3-4 hrs walking )
Day - 11 - Roopkund excursion:  
Trek to the mysterious 'Pond of Beauty'- Roop Kund (5029m), close to the base of the Trishul (7120m) and Nanda Ghungti (6310m) Peaks. Roopkund the mystery lake, It was a lake that, a large number of Human bones were found and through anthropologists are still working on its significance. The lake however is nestled amidst a panoramic mountain scenery. Return to camp at Baguabasa for overnight stay at Camps. ( 8-10 hrs walking )
Day - 12 - Baguabasa - Wan :  
Retrace the route back to Wan. Overnight in Guest House / Tents. ( 6-8 hrs walking )
Day - 13 - Wan - Mundoli :  
Continue downhill to Mundoli taking a direct route. Overnight in Guest House / Tents. ( 6-8 hrs walking )
Day - 14 - Mundoli - Rishikesh:  
Mundoli - Rishikesh
Day - 15 - Rishikesh - Departure:  
Morning check out of Hotel to leave Rishikesh to Delhi, entoure halt for lunch, arrive Delhi check into the hotel. Night stay at Delhi.
Day - 16 :  
Full day free for rest or on your own. Evening transfer to the airport to catch your flight for home.........Tour end with happy memory.
   
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