Solitude of the outdoors (Why trek in a small team)

Couple of reasons why I take less number of people in a group while going for a trek or an expedition or any other adventure.

Reasons:

* To enjoy the peace & solitude of the outdoors: Not possible in a big team. People choose the outdoors to refresh themselves but the minute they are in a big group the scenario changes completely. I always recommend trekking in a small team/group.

*Lesser impact on the environment: The impact on the environment can be huge if it is not properly managed.

*Poop Smell: If you have been on a trek with a big group then you would realize what I am talking about.
If the whole group wants to clean their stomach in the morning then the chances are high that the foul smell will ruin your total experience or might even stop you from going for such adventures again.

*Time Management: When you are in a remote area- away from all networks in a small team then things like packing-breakfast-breaks while walking happen quickly(very important) which is not the case in the case when trekking or exploring in a big team.

*Less Dependency: A lot of times it has been seen that there are always a few members in a team who are not as quick as the others or who are not as fit as the others are- which becomes a little difficult to tolerate for those who do not wish to/might not want to stop for one person. The dependency is less when you are in a small team and chances of personalities clashing are also less.

You join a big group – you pay less! You join a small team- you pay a small premium!
Choice is yours !!!

Do leave your comments if you disagree.


Warm Regards
Rohit Khattar
Adventurer/Expedition Leader
Co-Founder at Himalayan Explorers Club

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Chadar Trek Cost

INR 24,000 Leh to Leh(For the 9 days Basic Chadar Trek)

INR 30,000 ( Longer Version : 11 days: Chadar Trek inclusive of Lingshed Village – 2 extra days)

New Cost for 2016 : New Inclusions / Exclusions
Please shoot a mail or feel free to call for queries regarding the Full Chadar Trek (Leh to Padum – 15 days)


Deposit to book your place in the team : INR 2500

Chadar Trek Team 2013

Chadar Trek Team 2013


Limited seats as the batch size will not exceed 10. (trekking best enjoyed in a small team)

Cost becomes non refundable in case of any natural calamity and is refundable if participation is cancelled one month before the trek.

Cost is inlcusive of everything you need for this trek like Cab assistance from the airport & back, food, permissions, guide, porters, good tents, sleeping bags, sleeping mattress, trekking poles, home stay in padum, zangla, lingtse., insurance & other trekking gear etc. We provide you with a centrally heated hotel at Leh, Veg/Non Veg (Indian & Continental meals) during the trek and porter to participant ratio will be 1:1 for the entire trek.

Do Not worry for your luggage as it would be carried by your personal porter during the complete trek. You just need to carry your daily day back pack like your camera, packed lunch, chocolates, trekking pole, your personal water bottle etc.

Cost is exclusive of personal items like trekking shoes, warm clothes etc.

Please Note: Flight charges, shopping & liquor charges are not included in the above cost.

HOW TO REDUCE YOUR COST FOR CHADAR TREK (A must do):

Buy flight tickets for Delhi to Leh and Leh to Delhi in advance and save upto INR 10,000 easily.
Your planning will reduce your cost of the flight tickets and if you need help with it you can always connect with me.

You can mail me to book your Chadar Trek 2015.

    khattarrohit@yahoo.com

MOBILE NUMBER: +91-7602865245

Rules of Booking : Full refund till 31st December till 2014 and no refund after that.

For the registration in Chadar Trek 2015 you just simple send a confirmation mail as earlier with following details :-
1. Name
2. Fathers Name
3. Your permanent address with your contact details
4. Date of Birth
5. Your ID and address proof
6. Contact detail for backup and emergency

Warm Regards
Rohit Khattar
Adventurer/Expedition Leader
Co-Founder at Himalayan Explorers Club