Tarsar Marsar Trek - On Covid Sale

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For those who have been to the mountains before but are still looking. One thing that leaves you spellbound in these parts of India is the sheer immense of the valley size. The vastness between the two mountains is the kinda place you wanna call home. Welcome to Kashmir. 

What is offered by us:

Day 1: Arrive at Aru. Have Dinner, check into tents after a brief introductory session. You can choose a shared cab and pay for it at the spot, provided by us, as otherwise it is expensive. 

Day 2: Get ready, have breakfast and start trekking to Lidderwat. All meals provided by us. Reach Lidderwat, check into tents. Trek is around 6 hours

Day 3: Get ready by 8 am and trek to Shekwass. Away from humans enjoy the view of the pristine meadows. All meals provided by us, check into tents. Trek is around 5 hours.

Day 4: Get up, eat breakfast and trek to the pristine lake Tarsar. Takes around 2 hours. Enjoy the Turquoise blue water of this untouched beauty and hope you are packing a swimming costume. just take in the vastness of the planet and the grandeur of some of the most beautiful mountains and astonishingly pristine lakes. All meals provided by us, check into tents. Rest day. Unwind. This is the reason you are here. This is the reason you are a trekker. 

Day 5: Get ready and trek to Sundarsar Lake. Enjoy the lakes as you trek. All meals provided by us. Trek takes around 5 hours.

Day 6: Get ready for an early morning short hike to Marsar lake with packed food. Enjoy the pristine waters of Marsar lake, then head back to Sundarsar and carry on to Homwas. All meals provided by us. Check into your tent and enjoy the flora and fauna. Trek is around 7 hours

Day 7: Get ready early, trek to Aru. Trek takes around 6 hours. Board a cab and carry on. All meals provided by us till you reach Aru.


1. Expenses of personal nature like mineral water, toiletries, personal medicines, communication etc.

2. Offloading of bags on mules are chargeable by the trek leader.

3. Any expense arising out of change in itinerary will have to be borne by the Trekker.

4. If you want to sleep alone during the entire trek, you will have to pay extra or carry your own tent.

5. Shared cab will be arranged on pay your share basis on request.