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Welcome To Grand Adventures   GRAND ADVENTURES  

We at Grand Adventures India are a team of professional people dedicated transforming these travel fantasies into realities in authentic unexplored areas in India. The company’s prime objective has been to create, develop, and provide travels experiences in our country’s stimulating surroundings.

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Skiing
Cultural

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Cultural

Nowhere else can a traveller fined such a splendid diversity of mountain scenery as in the Himalayas - "The abode of snows" And, an unforgettable way to enjoy the diversity is to travel up the road from Manali to Leh. From centuries Leh was 'Forbidden Land' where few travellers visited. It is also known as "Little Tibet" You will be fascinated by its affable people and their novel life style. There are amazing sights of monasteries or Gompas carved into the granite mountain walls... You can discover here the rich art treasure houses of paintings. Leh is also the gateway of Ladakh and a totally different world... You'll visit also the world famous Taj Mahal at Agra in end of your tour.

One of our staff will be with you during all these 12 days from Delhi to Delhi      

 

TRIP FACTS

Trip Grade :Easy Tour
Duration :12 days Tour Delhi to back Delhi
Regions:Himachal and Ladakh
Maximum altitude:5360m Taglang -La
Best Period :June to September
Accommodation:10 Nights in Hotel 1 night in Tent Sarchu

     

ITINERARY

   Day 01 : Arrive to Delhi, Day 02 : Delhi to Chandigarh - Mandi -750m by Train and 210 kms by road, Day 03 : Mandi to Manali - 2050m VIA Kullu - Naggar 110 kms by road, Day 04 : Manali to Full day Sightseeing, Day 05 : Manali to Sarchu - 4253m 229 kms by road, Day 06 : Sarchu to Leh - 3505m Via Taglang-La (5360m - 246 kms by road, Day 07 : Leh Visit Shey and Tiktse - Leh - 3505m by road, Day 08 : Leh to Alchi - Lamayuru - Leh - by road, Day 09 : Leh to Hemis - Leh - by road, Day 10 : Leh to Delhi - Agra - 1 H by Flight and 200 kms by road, Day 11 : Agra to Delhi - 200 kms by road, Day 12 :Delhi to Full day Sightseeing and P.M. Departure home,    

Expedition

Uttarakhand is the mountain state with the highest peak in the India Himalaya (Nanda Devi, 7816m).A number of famous peaks such as Nanda Devi (7816m), Satopanth (7075m), Bhagirathi (6856m), Gangotri (6672m), Shivling (6543m), Bhrigupanth (6772m), Dunagiri (7066m) and Changabang (6864m) are situated in Garhwal Himalaya. Our expeditions will permit to discover peaks in the districts of Chamoli and Uttarkashi.

Festival

Monks Traditional Dance with Mask in Monastery

The Ladakh Festival should not be missed. It's a very good opportunity to see mask dances, archery and polo competitions, music recitals, crafts and other things Ladakhi. You will meet local people from all over Ladakh in colourful traditional costume, monks in yellow and orange robes, etc. You'll visit also the buddhists monasteries around Leh. You will follow your tour by discovering some very interestings places in Himachal Pradesh and the world famous Taj Mahal at Agra. The highest point is 5360m -Taglang-La.

Fixe Departure Tour from 30th August to 18th September Every Year.
One of our staff will be with you during all these 21 days.      

TRIP FACTS

Trip Grade :Easy Tour
Duration :21 days Tour Delhi to back Delhi
Area :Ladakh
Best Period :31 August to 18 septembre
Accommodation :20 Nights Hotel and Guesthouse
     

ITINERARY

   Day 01 : Arrive Delhi, Day 02 : Delhi to Leh - 1H by Flight, Day 03 - 06 : Visit Ladakh Festival and Buddhists monasteries around Leh, Day 07 : Leh to Dah Hanu Village - by Jeep, Day 08 : Dah Hanu Village Sightseeing full day, Day 09 : Dah Hanu Village to Lamayuru by Jeep, Day 10 : Lamayuru to Likir - Alchi by jeep, Day 11 : Alchi to Leh - 3505m by Jeep, Day 12 : Leh to Hemis - Leh by Jeep, Day 13 : Leh to Sarchu by Jeep, Day 14 : Sarchu to Keylong by Jeep, Day 15 : Keylong to Manali by Jeep, Day 16 : Manali to Sightseeing full day, Day 17 : Manali to Chandigarh by Jeep, Day 18 : Chandigarh to Delhi by Jeep, Day 19 : Delhi to Agra by Car, Day 20 : Agra to Delhi, Day 21 : Full day Visit in Delhi PM. Transfer to Airport Departure to home,      

Skiing

Auli is situated at an altitude of 2740m in the Garhwal Himalaya in the State of Uttarakhand. The thrill of skiing over snow covered terrains remains unparalleled and the panoramic Garhwal hills with its splendid combination of mountain peaks and valleys are ideal for this sport. Auli offers a 180o panoramic view of Nanda Devi, Kamet, Mana Parvat, Dunagiri, Berthartoli, Neelkanth, Hathi and Ghori Parvat Auli provides excellent opportunities for cross country, slalom and downhill skiing events. It's an ideal ski resort with its slopes comparable to the best in the world. Downhill equipment of international standard is available. The snow forests which cut wind velocity to the minimum making skiing an experience to remember A 3.9 kms long slope ranging from a height of 2740m to 3049m is a major attraction and the resort has snow beaters which beat the snow to keep the slopes fit for skiing at all timescapped slopes of Auli are flanked by stately coniferous and oak.

TRIP FACTS

Trip Grade               :  Adventure  

Duration                  : 10 days

Maximum altitude    : 2740m Auli

Best Period             : 1st week of January to end of February

Trip length               : 9 nights in hotel

ITINERARY

Day 01 : Arrival Delhi -Transfer and overnight stay in the Hotel,

Day 02 : Delhi to Rishikesh - by road 227 km,

Day 03 : Rishikesh to Joshimath -by road,

Day 04-07 : Skiing at Auli - 2800m,

Day 08 : Joshimath to Haridwar by road,

Day 09 : Haridwar Full day sightseeing in Haridwar overnight stay in Hotel,

Day 10 : Haridwar to Delhi - after diner departure home,

Trakking

Uttarakhand is a state located in the northern part of India. It was carved out of Himalayan and adjoining districts of Uttar Pradesh on 9 November 2000, becoming the 27th state of the Republic of India. It borders Tibet on the north, Nepal on the east, the Indian states of Uttar Pradesh to the south, Haryana on the west and Himachal Pradesh on the north west.

The region is traditionally referred to as Uttarakhanda in Hindu scriptures and old literature, a term which derives from Sanskrit uttara meaning north, and khaṇḍa meaning country or part of a country. It has an area of 20,682 sq mi (53,566 km²).

In January 2007, the name of the state was officially changed from Uttaranchal, its interim name, to Uttarakhand. The provisional capital of Uttarakhand is Dehradun which is also a rail-head and the largest city in the region. The small hamlet of Gairsen has been mooted as the future capital owing to its geographic centrality but controversies and lack of resources have led Dehradun to remain provisional capital. The High Court of the state is in Nainital.

Recent developments in the region include initiatives by the state government to capitalise on handloom and handicrafts, the burgeoning tourist trade as well as tax incentives to lure high-tech industry to the state. The state also has big-dam projects, controversial and often criticised in India, such as the very large Tehri dam on the Bhagirathi-Bhilangana rivers, conceived in 1953 and about to reach completion. Uttarakhand is also well known as the birthplace of the Chipko environmental movement, and a myriad other social movements including the mass agitation in the 1990s that led to its formation.

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