Dalai Lama Trek


Deposit : £ 299.00

Sponsorship : £ 3046 + Airport Tax and Fuel Surcharge Contribution: £250

Our charity challenge begins in Dharamsala, where the Dalai Lama and the centre of the Tibetan Community are situated - the heart of the world’s highest mountain range. 

We have time to spend in this fascinating town before we set off on foot to explore this stunning region. This special charity challenge incorporates India’s best sights and sounds.  Our 5 day trek takes us through the Kingdom of Gaddi – a semi-nomadic race who spend months wandering the high passes with their cattle. With spectacular views of the Daula Dhar Mountain Range, our journey together takes us through rhododendron forests, passing through Hindu settlements and Buddhist Monasteries. This journey has everything we could ever wish for from a trip to India.

To end this most amazing of charity challenges, we have some free time to explore the incomparable Taj Mahal – one of the world’s greatest monuments to love ever built, and one of the new Seven Wonders of the World!


Taj Mahal  

11 Day Itinerary

Day 1

Depart UK.

Day 2

Arrive Delhi. Then take overnight train to Pathankot.

Day 3

Arrive Pathankot and transfer to Dharamsala – home of the Dalai Lama.

Day 4

Trek Dharamsala to Kareri (2,070m). Approx. 12km.

Day 5

Trek Kareri to Bal Village (2,330m). Approx. 11km.

Day 6

Trek Bal Village to Triund (2,995m). Approx. 11km / 8-9 hours.

Day 7

Trek Triund to Laka Got (3,550m), return to Triund. Approx. 9km.

Day 8

Trek Triund to Bhagsu Nag. Approx. 9km. Transfer to Dharamsala for celebratory meal.

Day 9

Free morning Dharamsala. Transfer to Pathankot for overnight train to Delhi.

Day 10

Arrive Delhi and transfer to Agra. Visit Taj Mahal.

Day 11

Early transfer to Delhi for flight to UK arriving same day.

What's included

• Return flights from London Airport to Delhi
• Train tickets Delhi/Pathankot/Delhi in sleeper class
• All transfers
• All accommodation
• All meals on trek and celebratory dinner
• Cooks, professional English speaking local guides and local English speaking medic
• Global Adventure Challenges Leader from the UK
• Porters/mules to carry luggage (12kg per person)
• Tents and other camping equipment (participants must bring their own sleeping bags)