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Auli Tour Package

Auli Tour Package – Our trip starts from the mystical town of Rishikesh, favorably known as the Yoga capital of India. It has an abundance of yoga studios and ashrams where Yoga is taught as a priority. It is also studded with cafes and interesting places to visit. It has a culture of backpacking so you’re likely to meet many new people on the trip! Rishikesh is the hotspot for many adventure activities like River rafting, flying fox, bungee jumping, and more.

Also See: Auli Chopta Tour Package

Joshimath sits in the Chamoli district of Uttrakhand surrounded by the Garhwal hills. An important pilgrimage destination of the country, Joshimath is the resting spot for Lord Badri in the winters. It’s a fascinating little hamlet of valleys and hills. You will find thick snow here from November to December.

Also See: Kedarkantha Trek

We’ll be making a trip to the most popular destination for skiing in the country – Auli. It’s covered in thick sheets of snow making it the perfect holiday destination. The views from Auli are magnificent. The second tallest peak In India is visible from here – Nanda Devi. It is also the entrance to the Nanda Devi National park. Not only that, it opens the way to some of India’s highlights like the valley of flowers and Hemkund Saheb trek.

Just 3 kilometers from Auli is Gorson Bugyal. Sitting in the middle of coniferous forest and oak trees, a clearing gives way to the grassland of Gorson Bugyal. Find the most beautiful views of peaks Kamet, Mana Parvat, Dunagiri, Hathi Ghodi, and more from here! While climbing down from Auli, you can either choose to trek or take a Gandola ride down (at your own expense). A gondola is a ropeway ride that will take you all the way from Auli to Joshimath. An all-encompassing view of the mountains will surround you as you fly down from Auli to Joshimath.

There really is no shortage of stunning features in Auli, which is studded with fruit orchards, ancient oaks, & pine forests. Aside from snowboarding, you may go on many excursions in the Garhwal Himalayan ranges and take in the breathtaking scenery of the snow-capped peaks. Our Auli Tour Package has a lot to offer. Auli is a prominent Himalayan hill retreat that goes back to the 8th century AD. A ski slope, as well as a ski hire store, are operated by the Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam Limited (GMVL). Come along with us on this Auli Tour.

For its gleaming hills and clean surroundings, Auli is famous skiers resort in India. Auli, a prominent hill city with multiple resorts in the towns showing stunning views of the Himalayan region, is studded with fruit orchards, trees, and often more. It is host to the mountainous regions of Nanda Devi, Mana Parvat, and Kamat Kamet, which are all located at 2800 feet above sea level. Auli is also home to a plethora of religious sites.

Auli is an amazing spot when one comes for winter sports activities. Like a mini-Switzerland in India, Auli is a great hotspot for many activities. The high and low valleys make amazing skin routes. A chair car can show you great heights! If adventure gets you excited, then Auli is the place for you. You can indulge in treks and hikes that start from here! Camping is another option that shrills many travelers. Book an Auli tour package from Moustache to experience Auli’s unforgettable essence. It’s a beautiful snow-blanketed landscape sloping up and down through valleys. You’ll come across vast pastures and meadows while traveling to Auli. Not to forget the stunning backdrops of Nanda Devi and Nar Parvat mountains can be seen in the background

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Day 1 – Rishikesh – Joshimath

Altitude: 5,974 ft

Drive: 8 hr 6 min (252.3 km)

Meal: Dinner

Stay: Hotel

  • We start collecting at the meeting point we will be moving to Joshimath today
  • We will be crossing some essential points like Devprayag, Rudraprayag, and Srinagar on the way to Joshimath.
  • Experience the beauty of Joshimath and check into your hotel
  • Enjoy a beautiful evening at your hotel next to a peaceful bonfire and retire to your comfortable bed after dinner

Day 2 – Joshimath – Auli – Joshimath

Altitude: 9543 ft

Drive: 26 min (9.3 km) one way

Meal: Breakfast, Dinner

Stay: Hotel

  • Wake up to a refreshing breakfast. Today is the adventure-filled day you have been waiting for as we head to Auli! It is famously known as the Snow Winterland.
  • You can either reach Auli by car or opt to take a ropeway at your own cost.
  • Let’s visit the perfectly circular Auli Lake overlooking snowy peaks.
  • Gorson Bugyal is a wonderful meadow which we will visit
  • Check out the local market and pick our souvenirs for your friends and family.
  • You can ski at Auli if the weather is favorable to the sport. 
  • Return back to Joshimath and have some tasty dinner after a long day of adventure activities.

Day 3 – Joshimath – Rishikesh

Altitude: 1,120 ft

Drive: 8 hr 6 min (252.3 km)

Meal: Breakfast

  • Wake up to the smell of a nutritious breakfast. Fill up and get ready for your drive back to Rishikesh with the memories of this trip in your eyes. 

Things To Carry

1. Shirts/T-shirts –2/3, Jeans/Trekking Pants -2

2. Windproof jacket of decent quality

3. Warm and thick Fleece/Full-sleeve Woollen sweater

4. Thermal inner wear (upper & lower), Scarf/muffler (optional)

5. Woollen cap, Woollen gloves, Woollen socks & regular socks (3-4 pairs)

6. Comfortable Trekking/Hiking shoes (Waterproof shoes with a thick sole are recommended)

7.  Lightweight floaters/sandals/slippers

8.  Raincoat/Poncho, Small quick dry towel

9.  Water bottle

10. Cap/Hat to keep the strong sun away from your face

11. Sunglasses (polarized/UV Protected), Walking stick/Trekking pole

12. Sunscreen Lotion, Lip Balm, Torch/Flashlight (with extra batteries)

13. Medicines, if requiring any specific medication

14. Personal toiletries

15. Day pack/small bag in case if you are planning to offload your regular backpack

16. Hand Sanitizer

17. Extra face masks

18. Camera if you like (with fully charged batteries) 

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