- Banana Ride
- Bungee Jumping
- Fishing Tours
- Flying Fox
- Hot Air Ballooning
- Jeep Safari
- Mountain Biking
Day 1: Dehradun - Joshimath - Badrinath - 9 h drive
Day 2: Badrinath - Mana - Vasudhara Falls Camp - 20 min drive + 3-4h trek
Day 3: Vasudhara Falls Camp - Laxmi Van - Chakrateerth Meadow - 4 h trek
Day 4: Chakrateerth Camp To Satopanth Lake And Back To Laxmi Van - 5-6 h
Day 5: Laxmi Van - Vasudhara Fall - Mana - Badrinath - 4-5 h
Day 6: Badrinath - Dehradun - 10 h drive
Day 01 : Dehradun - Joshimath - Badrinath, 8-9 hours' drive 245 km
We begin the day early and drive to Joshimath via Devprayag, Rudraprayag. One can see Devprayag (confluence of Alaknanda & Bhagirathi.) on the way. The Holy River Ganges starts from here. We reach Badrinath by evening and spend the night in a guest house.
Day 02 : Badrinath - Mana - Vasudhara Falls Camp, 3 km drive : 20 Minutes 3-4 hours' hike : 5 km
In the morning visit Badrinath temple and later after breakfast drive a short distance to Mana village (Last village of the border). From here we will trek to Vasudhara falls via Bheem Bridge with packed lunch. Mana Village - 3 km from Badrinath, this is the last village of India on the Indo-Tibetan border. The Indo-Mongolian tribe set up this village. A population of 200 people lives here. Tourists come in plenty to this quaint village. Bheem Bridge - A short distance from Mana Village a natural bridge made of a huge boulder, over the river Saraswathi is seen. The story goes that Bheem; one of the Pandava brothers put it there. The view of this extraordinary bridge and the din of the flowing river make this place interesting. Vasudhara falls - 5 km after Bheem Bridge this astonishingly high waterfall is very attractive. The most interesting aspect about this place is that all the water here becomes vapour and vanishes into the atmosphere. The view looks like the Ganges is descending from the sky.
Day 03 : Vasudhara Falls Camp - Laxmi Van - Chakrateerth Meadow, 4 hours' hike : 7 km
In the morning after breakfast we trek to Laxmi Van (2 kms). This is a small meadow with pastures for goat and sheep to graze. It has a few caves where gujjars stay with their flock of animals. After lunch we further trek to Chakrateerth meadow which is just 3 kms away from the lake. This is a beautiful camping ground with green grass all around and towering peaks surrounding you. At night one may also hear the glacial ice breaking away into a thunderous sound.
Day 04 : Chakrateerth Camp To Satopanth Lake And Back To Laxmi Van, 5-6 hours' hike 11 km
The trek from Chakrateerth meadow to the lake is very strenuous on the knees and is entirely over glacial debris. Walking over huge boulder and stones can take a toll on the knees but the calm and placid waters of the lake are a rewarding sight. Satopanth Lake is 18 km from Mana Village amidst the difficult areas of Himalayas. The water in the lake is very calm. On the banks of this lake are innumerable lotus flowers. We head back to our camp site and trek back to Laxmi van.
Day 05 : Laxmi Van - Vasudhara Fall - Mana - Badrinath, 4 to 5 hours' hike : 8 km 30 min drive
In the morning trek back to Mana village and then drive 3 kms to Badrinath with pack lunch. One can also take the alternate route to reach Badrinath directly. Upon arrival at Badrinath check in to hotel for dinner and overnight stay.
Day 06 : BADRINATH - RISHIKESH, 9-10 hours' drive 265 km
Early in the morning drive to Haridwar via Rudraprayag & Devprayag.