Overview/Itinerary

Auli Tour Details

A seven days and six nights trip to the beautiful misty weather in the mountains and fresh, chilled air! Oh Yes! Off we go to the most beautiful part of the country. What else can you ask for! We assure you, you will be on a trip of your own!

Where are we off to? Its Auli, Gurso Bugyal, Chopta and Tungnath. The trek to Gurso Bugyal and Tungnath is the attraction of the whole trip that shall make you droll over the idea of hopping on to the trip.

And wouldn't you like to witness the Highest Man-Made Lake in the Himalayas at an elevation of 3000 meters? The Artificial Auli Lake attracts the maximum tourists to the Auli Bugyal. Surrounded by the lush green Oak forests on the way to the ever famous Badrinath, Auli is a world-renowned ski destination. With the panoramic view of the snow-capped peaks, Auli is a place that should be on your priority list.

Apart from some amazing views, what you would get to experience is the epic car ride and let it turn into a magical escape in the mountains. Mountains in their purest form, where you get to witness rows and rows of Oak, and Coniferous trees lined up after each other. The leaves and branches create a lush green view that resembles a carpet and a perfect awestruck moment.

The parties here are not in clubs but in our rooms, the perfect chill and millions of stars gazing at us; as we sing and dance around a bonfire, it lightens up our nights to remember for a lifetime.

 

So how can you experience this bliss in these seven days? Here's it is :

Day 1: Arrival in Rishikesh, reach Auli via a road trip. Enroute we experience Joshimath, Rudraprayag, Devprayag.

Day 2: A day reserved for Skiing in Auli and some fun with snow meadows.

Day 3: A day to trek at Gurso Bugyal and, if time permits, a visit to Chhatarkund Lake.

Day 4: A roadtrip to Chopta from Auli. Spending some time walking around the town and interacting with the locals.

Day 5: Another day to trek from Chopta to Tungnath. Suppose time permits then a visit to Chandrashila Peak.

Day 6: This is the day when we drive down to Rishikesh to witness the amazing Ganga Aarti and experience the Ram Jhula.

Day 7: And here comes the day when we head back to our respective cities, collating some memories for a lifetime.

 

Places to visit on Auli Trip Uttarakhand

Chopta - Surrounded by lush green. Known as Bugyals, these lush greens of Chopta are a part of Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary and Kanchula Kharak Deer Sanctuary. Famous for Musk Deer, the area's lush green has christened it as "Mini Switzerland of Uttarakhand."

Situated at 2600 meters above Sea Level, the pleasant weather of Chopta makes even the summers of the Himalayas beautiful.

The Tungnath Temple - Situated at 3500 meters, this is the world's highest Shiva Temple; the name is derived from the word that means the lord of the peaks. The folklore says it was built by the Pandavas to ask for forgiveness from Lord Shiva for their acts in the battle with the Kauravas. The place with high spiritual significance is one of the most trekked places from Chopta.

The Chandrashila Peak - Just a km away from Tunganath, Chandrashila Peak offers the best view of the whole Himalayan range. The name stands for Moon Rock as it believed the Moon God meditated on the peak. It's also a place where people come to meditate. Situated at about 3700 meters above Sea Level, the experience of meditating is just amazing from here.

Joshimath - Famous for being established by Adi Shankaracharya, Joshimath is known as a seat of Lord Badri. It's also a place for temples of Lord Narsimha and Gauri Shankar. Apart from temples being an attraction here, you also know it as a famous hill station.

Rudraprayag - The famous Rudraprayag is the name given to the place because of the Rudra avatar of Lord Shiva. Surrounded by glaciers, rivers, and streams, this is a beautifully nestled place amidst nature.

Devprayag - A beautiful confluence of traditions and mysticism is what you experience at Devprayag. The rivers Alaknanda and Bhagirathi merge here, and their union is known as Ganga, making it a sacred space for the Hindus to visit and worship. Being one of the Panch Prayag, it's also a seat for the priests of the Badrinath Dham Temple. Located en-route to Chardham yatra, it attracts maximum devotees during the season.

So here we are, you know what beautiful sites are waiting to welcome you on this beautiful trip with open arms. Join us and experience the bliss of nature. Do contact us if you require a customized trip specifically designed for you.

 

7 Nights 7 Days Available on request
Inclusions/Exclusions
What we'll give/What we won't

What is included in the tour

  • All the accommodations
  • All the transport charges
  • All the breakfasts
  • Dinners for five nights except the one in Rishikesh
  • Sightseeing entry tickets, parking, and permits.
  • Bonfire
  • Chair Car Rides
  • Support Guides for both treks
  • Trip leader charges

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Lunches
  • Skiing Charges
  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusion list.