Vasuki Tal trek

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₹ 29,500

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Uttarakhand

9 days

Difficult

65 km

May, June Sept oct

16010 ft.

Vasuki-Tal-Uttarakhand

Vasuki Tal trek

+5% GST

₹ 29,500

Stay

Taxi

Meals

Guide

Camping

Uttarakhand

9 days

Difficult

65 km

May, June Sept oct

16010 ft.

About Vasuki Tal Trek

Vasuki Tal is a high glacial lake located in Uttrakhand. The Vasuki Tal trek is quite adventurous and thrilling because you need to cross several glaciers and boulders. During the trek, you can have remarkable views of famous peaks like Shivling, Bhagirathi, Thalay Sagar, and Meru. Vasuki Tal trek is known for giving an incredible opportunity to experience nature at its best. 

The Brahma Kamal and Himalayan flowers blooming around the Vasuki Tal makes the entire atmosphere heavenly and beautiful. The best time to go for Vasuki Tal trek here is during the months of May- June, and September-October.

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FAQs

Vasuki Tal is a stunning glacial lake located in Gangotri National Park in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, renowned for its pristine beauty and panoramic mountain views.

To reach Vasuki Tal, trekkers typically follow a well-established trail that begins from the town of Gangotri and ascends through scenic forests and alpine meadows towards the lake.

The trek to Vasuki Tal is approximately 65 kilometers long and usually takes around 8-10 days to complete, depending on the pace of the trekker and overnight stay arrangements.

Vasuki Tal is situated at an altitude of around 4,900 meters (16,076 feet) above sea level, making it a high-altitude destination that requires acclimatization and proper preparation.

Yes, permits are required for visiting Vasuki Tal as it lies within the Gangotri National Park. Trekkers need to obtain permits from the forest department or authorized agencies before embarking on the trek.

The best time to visit Vasuki Tal is typically from May to October (avoid monsoon months), during the summer and early autumn months when the weather is favorable, and the trekking route is accessible.

Challenges during the Vasuki Tal trek include high altitude, steep ascents, rocky terrain, and potential weather fluctuations. Trekkers should be prepared physically and mentally to tackle these challenges.

While prior trekking experience is not mandatory, it is beneficial to have some experience trekking at high altitudes to ensure a safe and enjoyable journey to Vasuki Tal.

Essential items to pack for the Vasuki Tal trek include appropriate clothing for varying weather conditions, sturdy trekking boots, trekking poles, water bottle, first aid kit, sunscreen, and personal medications. Additionally, carrying high-energy snacks and a headlamp or flashlight is advisable.

DETAILED ITINERARY

We will leave from Dehradun early for Gangotri which is 241kms. During the drive to Gangotri, you will get the opportunity to experience some eye-catchy views of nature. By the evening, we will be reaching Gangotri and after freshening up you can explore the local market & temples.  

It will be the acclimatization day in Gangotri which is located at a height of 10,500ft. After having breakfast, we will take a day off in Gangotri for Acclimatization.

Explore the beauty of nature and get yourself immersed in the fresh air of mountains. Night stay will be in tents.

After having breakfast, we will start our trek to Bhojwasa which is moderate. We will go through dense forests and beautiful vistas of nature that will surely leave you stunned. Enjoy the breathtaking sunset at Bhojwasa which will glee you in the evening definitely.

Get up early in the morning and enjoy the picturesque view of Bhagirathi peaks along with striking sunrise. After having breakfast, get ready for the trek. We will go through Gomukh which is said as the source of the Ganga River. As you move upwards for Tapovan, the views of peaks become clearer. The large beautiful meadows, bubbling streams, and outstanding view of nature at Tapovan are sure to surprise you.

Start your trek to Nandanvan via Gomukh glacier. The glacier walk is quite slippery and lack of attentiveness can be dangerous so be careful while trekking. During the trek, you will get the opportunity to experience nature at its best. Night stay will be scheduled in tent which will give you striking views of temperament.  

Get up early in the morning and after having your breakfast start the trek to Vasuki Tal. The trail is quite rocky and also the ascend is long so might start feeling tired. Vasuki Tal is the base camp of Mt. Satopanth & Mt. Vasuki along with a small lake. 

It is believed that Lord Vishnu took bath in this lake and the lake is named Vasuki Tal because it looks like Lord Shiva snake Vasuki. 

Don’t miss the morning views of Nandavan because the sun shining over peaks gives an alluring view. The night stay will be in tents at Bhojwasa.

We will trek back to holy place Gangotri and reach by evening so that you can attend the Ganga aarti and experience the pious environment for the last time

Goodbye to an amazing & memorable trek. In the early morning, we will drive back to Dehradun. 

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• The customer receives a Booking confirmation receipt immediately via Email and WhatsApp of a successful booking.

Cancellation policy

In the event you cancel your trek, cancellation policy we follow :

• Cancellation 20 days before the starting date of the trek – Refund with 10% cancellation charges.

FAQs

Vasuki Tal is a stunning glacial lake located in Gangotri National Park in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, renowned for its pristine beauty and panoramic mountain views.

To reach Vasuki Tal, trekkers typically follow a well-established trail that begins from the town of Gangotri and ascends through scenic forests and alpine meadows towards the lake.

The trek to Vasuki Tal is approximately 65 kilometers long and usually takes around 8-10 days to complete, depending on the pace of the trekker and overnight stay arrangements.

Vasuki Tal is situated at an altitude of around 4,900 meters (16,076 feet) above sea level, making it a high-altitude destination that requires acclimatization and proper preparation.

Yes, permits are required for visiting Vasuki Tal as it lies within the Gangotri National Park. Trekkers need to obtain permits from the forest department or authorized agencies before embarking on the trek.

The best time to visit Vasuki Tal is typically from May to October (avoid monsoon months), during the summer and early autumn months when the weather is favorable, and the trekking route is accessible.

Challenges during the Vasuki Tal trek include high altitude, steep ascents, rocky terrain, and potential weather fluctuations. Trekkers should be prepared physically and mentally to tackle these challenges.

While prior trekking experience is not mandatory, it is beneficial to have some experience trekking at high altitudes to ensure a safe and enjoyable journey to Vasuki Tal.

Essential items to pack for the Vasuki Tal trek include appropriate clothing for varying weather conditions, sturdy trekking boots, trekking poles, water bottle, first aid kit, sunscreen, and personal medications. Additionally, carrying high-energy snacks and a headlamp or flashlight is advisable.

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