Duration - 3 days, 4 Nights
Grade - Easy to Moderate
Season - Summer, Spring, Autumn
Terrain - Trail, Moraine, Glacier
Ganga Aarti at Gangotri
Sightseeing of Pandav Caves, Suryakund and Gaurikund in Gangotri
View of Gomukh glacier
Also written as Gaumukh, trekking through the foothills of Bhagirathi, you would be experiencing the Himalayas at the height of 13,200 feet, or 4,023 m. Not just the sheer beauty of the mountains and river but the holy spirited aura of seekers and devotees create a spell of magic. The trek actually originates from Gangotri which is 18kms away from Gomukh.
Our guides, along with trailing the path with you, would narrate intriguing stories about the experiential trek and mention the ways of life of the inhabitants and their dwellings.
Arrival at Gangotri
Trek from Gangotri to Bhojbasa
Trek from Bhojbasa to Gomukh and return to Bhojbasa
Return back to Gangotri
All essential permits for trek
Porter or mules for central equipment
Camping and all meals on trek
Cooking and camping staff
Central equipment like sleeping bags, mattress and tents
What's Not Included
Stay on arrival and departure from roadhead
Personal porter or mule
Special medicine or any special health kit
Depending on the duration of the trek, we must pack certain essentials which our body might require - vaseline, hand creams, toilet rolls, hand sanitisers, etc.
For beginners, it is advisable to pack medicines meant for acute mountain sickness like nausea, headache, dehydration, fatigue and diarrhea. Please carry medicines after consulting your doctor.
For people who have had two or three experiences of trekking and have experienced certain issues with their body while trekking, please consult your doctor and carry your medicines for the trek.
Please do inform your trek leader about any medical illnesses which you have experienced during previous trekking experiences.
To avoid itches in external hair such as beard, pain due to long toenails , it is recommended to please either cut or trim them to avoid painful trekking.
For all trekkers, two weeks prior to your trekking dates, please follow stamina building exercises such as jogging, skipping and core exercises , which will enable a successful trekking experience.
Check all safety measures with your Trek leader and please ensure that you do not compromise on following the recommended safety measures.
Please extra inners and thermals, extra gloves, extra caps>
Please carry at least 4 pairs of woollen socks.
Please carry your own trekking pole.
It is advisable that you carry your own basic utensils such as a mug, a bowl, a spoon etc. on your trek.
Before starting at the base, please discuss clearly with your trek leader about your trekking experiences which could be amatuer to professional.
Please also inform the trek leader about any certain issues related to any illness while trekking.
Before reaching the starting point at the base, please make sure that you wear clothes in three or four layers.
While trekking,you might want unlayer the clothings (jacket) slowly, on reaching a rest point , please make sure to wear your jacket. This will preserve the body heat from the wind chill.
Keep hydrating your body during the trek by consuming water in sips and NOT in large quantities.
Always follow the rules of acclimatization as advised by your trek leader.
Please don't skip any meals which would be provided during the trek. Eating right and sleeping well are the biggest secrets to having a fit body while you are on the trek in the mountainous terrains.
Please follow the rules of LNT - LEAVE NO TRACE , for example - do not leave any kind of litter on your trekking trail or at your camp site.
The aim is always to finish the entire quantity of food made on the trekking journey. If there is any quantity of food left after consuming it, it is important to bury it , so that we can avoid the visit of any animals
At the camp site, there will be a toilet tent provided for nature’s call, however, if you wish to not use it and would like to defecate in the open, PLEASE DIG A PIT, DEFECATE INSIDE IT and COVER IT with sand/mud or stone.
You can discuss the challenges you faced with your trek leader after you complete it.
If you feel any kind of biological illness, please do visit and consult your doctor after the trek.