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Har Ki Dun & Hata Valley

At Anala we simply love this trek!! If you have seen the movie ‘Lord of the Rings’ and appreciated the landscape and always wanted to be there, then this is your opportunity. You don’t need to spend pot loads and go all the way to New Zealand, the trek to Har-ki-Dun will provide you with all the sights you are looking for and more! There are endless lush green meadows, wild alpine flower gardens, craggy mountains, towering snow-capped peaks, glaciers and gushing streams & waterfalls that seem to spring from nowhere. To top it all, this valley has a very interesting, unique, old and time tested culture very different to any other mountain or plains region. Our guides ensure that we get a very up close experience of this culture as this is one of the highlights of this trek.

This trail is situated in the Govind Wildlife Sanctuary & National Park in Garhwal Himalayas. We drive from Dehradun to a beautiful village called Sankri where we spend the first night and from here a short 40 min drive the next day gets us to Taluka, a small market place which is our starting point. From here we trek up to a place called Gangaad, walking through beautiful forests and interesting villages. We meet local people and get to appreciate the local architecture and way of life as we move up the trail. From Gangaad we hike up to Har-ki-Dun base camp the next day and land ourselves in a complete paradise. Camping on the meadows here is sheer pleasure. We do a day’s excursion from here to Jaundhar glacier reaching up to a height of around 4300m to get fantastically close to the base of Swargarohini peaks. High altitude terrain here is quite interesting. For people who love to see flowers, there is a small trek possible on the day when we are at Har-ki-Dun to a place called Haata. The meadows here are almost fully carpeted with alpine flowers and make a very pleasing sight.  Contrary to the popular belief it’s not a very easy trek and has long walks on almost all days and is suitable for seasoned trekkers as well as fit beginners. In the last stage of the trek we walk back to Gangaad  and then to Taluka to finish what is surely going to be a memorable trek.



 

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TRIP VITALS
LOCATION: GARHWAL HIMALAYAS, UTTARAKHAND
DURATION:   7 DAYS
MAXIMUM ALTITUDE:  HAR KI DUN (3566M)
GRADE: MODERATE +
SEASON: MARCH – JUNE & MID SEPT - DEC
ACCOMMODATION:  IN STANDARD TENTS WITH ATTACHED WASHROOM AT SANKRI – 2 NIGHTS & IN ALPINE TREKS DURING THE TREK – 4 NIGHTS
GROUP SIZE: MAXIMUM OF 12 PEOPLE IN A GROUP

Activities : Trekking

Eligibility : 18 years above

Please Carry :  Mountain/adventure travel requires one to be adequately equipped with the right kind of personal gear. Since one is travelling in the wilderness there will be hardly any opportunity to buy anything once you start the trip so we urge you to carefully pack everything into your bags.

•    Shirts / T-shirts – 2/3
•    Warm shirt/light micro fleece pullover/full sleeve T shirt
•    Trekking Pants (water resistant/repellent & having inside lining for extra warmth) - 2
•    Windproof/water resistant outer shell (jacket) of good quality (no flimsy wind cheaters please!) with a proper hood
•    Down jacket with min 600 fill power rating
•    Thick Fleece / Full-sleeve Woollen sweater
•    Thermal inner wear (upper & lower)
•    Woollen cap (Balaclava)
•    Inner fleece gloves
•    Outer water proof gloves
•    Thick woollen socks & regular socks (4 – 5 pairs)
•    Scarf/muffler (optional)
•    Comfortable waterproof (Goretex) Trekking/Hiking shoes (shoes with a thick sole and high ankles are recommended)
•    Camp shoes (these can be easy to slip in sneakers/sport shoes)
•    Gaiters
•    Raincoat / Poncho
•    Small light weight towel
•    Insulated water bottle & hydration pack (optional)
•    Cap / floppy hat to keep the strong sun away from your face
•    Sun glasses with UV protection and ability to cut the glare (imp when traversing through snow)
•    Sturdy walking stick / Trekking pole
•    Sunscreen Lotion
•    Lip Balm
•    Torch / Flashlight (with extra batteries)
•    Medicines, if requiring any specific medication
•    Personal toiletries
•    Book, if you like reading
•    Day pack/small bag which you will carry on your back every day and keep your essentials in it
•    Carry rain cover for your bags
•    Keep a few poly bags or waterproof bags in your bag in which if required you can put your belongings in case of heavy rain
•    Camera if you like (with fully charged batteries)

…LOADS OF ENTHUSIASM!! AND A PLEDGE TO LEAVE NO TRACE

Carry your stuff in a duffel bag, soft shoulder bag or a rucksack. Avoid suitcases, trolleys or any other hard luggage. As you will be walking long distances carrying a rucksack, avoid bringing unnecessary items on the trek. Please avoid carrying expensive watches, jewellery and electronic items on the trek.

NOTE: In case you are planning to put your bag on a mule or taking a porter please get a duffel bag or rucksack and keep it in mind that there is a possibility that the bag at times might brush against a rock or a tree and get slightly damaged so don't get very expensive bags. Also in case of damage we shall not be held accountable.

All the items : Carry your stuff in a duffel bag, soft shoulder bag or a rucksack. Avoid suitcases, trolleys or any other hard luggage. As you will be walking long distances carrying a rucksack, avoid bringing unnecessary items on the trek. Please avoid carrying expensive watches, jewellery and electronic items on the trip.

Note : In case you are planning to put your bag on a mule or taking a porter please get a duffel bag or rucksack and keep it in mind that there is a possibility that the bag at times might brush against a rock or a tree and get slightly damaged so don't get very expensive bags. Also in case of damage we shall not be held accountable.

Equipment Rental/Purchase :

EQUIPMENT RENT
Windproof, Water resistant Warm jacket (with hood) 250
Down jacket (for additional warmth) 300
Lightweight & Warm Fleece pullover 75
Warm Gloves 50
Waterproof Trekking boots 300
Balaclava 50
Rucksack (60 ltrs) 150
Waterproof gaiters 50
Warm high-length woollen socks 50
Poncho/Raincoat 50
Trekking poles 60
*Cost in INR per day  
*Taxes extra  

Registration : Please fill up the registration form and pay an advance of Rs.7500/- to confirm your booking. The balance payment should reach our office at least 30 days before the commencement of the journey. Reservation is done on first come first served basis. Cheques, NEFT/RTGS should be in favour of ANALA OUTDOORS PVT.LTD., payable at Ahmedabad only.

Medical Facilities:  First aid would be available throughout the programme. All emergences would be treated by the nearest available doctor/medical facility.

Disclaimer : Anala Outdoors (P) Ltd. takes utmost care to ensure safety of its clients. However in the case of any unforeseen mishaps, Anala Outdoors (P) Ltd. will not be liable for any injuries caused or for loss of life. All disputes rising due to the above are subject to the jurisdiction of the courts in Ahmedabad only. All participants would be required to sign an Indemnity Form before the start of the program, without which they would not be allowed to take part in the trip/program/activities.

ANALA OUTDOORS PVT.LTD. reserves  the unconditional right to refuse a booking/terminate a participant during the camp/eco-tour in event of unreasonable behaviour in such cases no refund will be given.

 

Dates: Any date in the month of November and December. Make your own safe group in your convinient date.

We will pick up the participant on the first day of Trek from Dehradun and drop them on the last day of Trek at  Dehradun.

Rates: (Per person)

Har Ki Dun/ 7 days 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Pax Pax Pax Pax Pax Pax Pax Pax Pax Pax Pax Pax
Rates 46300 32600 21400 19000 17400 16300 15000 14300 13800 13400 13100 12900

Transport Cost from Dehradun/Haridwar& back

Non Ac Bolero    12000
Non Ac Innova    16000
Non Ac Tempo Traveller    18000

Registration: Please fill up the registration form and pay an advance of Rs.7500/- to confirm your booking. The balance payment should reach our office at least 30 days before the commencement of the journey. Reservation is done on first come first served basis. Cheques, NEFT/RTGS should be in favour of ANALA OUTDOORS PVT.LTD., payable at Ahmedabad only.

PRICE INCLUDES:
Accommodation: On double sharing. In case of odd numbers, that person will share the base hotel/guesthouse/lodge on triple sharing.

•    Day 1: Swiss tents with attached washroom in Sankri
•    Day 2: Swiss tents with dry pit washroom in Gangad
•    Day 3: Alpine Tents in Base Camp Har-ki-Dun
•    Day 4: Alpine Tents in Base Camp Har-ki-Dun
•    Day 5: Swiss tents with dry pit washroom in Gangad
•    Day 6: Swiss tents with attached washroom in Sankri

Good Quality Of Camping Arrangements
•    Good quality alpine tents
•    Fresh & clean Sleeping bags of very good quality
•    Comfortable camping mattresses
•    Camping stools
•    There will be 2 toilet tents [separate for gents and ladies] having portable toilet seats
•    First Aid/ Medical kit

Meals: We provide simple, hygienic  veg meals on all days of the trek
•    Day 1: Dinner
•    Day 2: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
•    Day 3: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
•    Day 4: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
•    Day 5: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
•    Day 6: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
•    Day 7: Breakfast

  • Professional guide(s): To ensure high safety and personal attention, all our guides are professionally trained and have many years of relevant experience in guiding treks.
  • Porter / Mule charges for carrying camping equipment & rations
  • Forest & camping fees are only for Indian guest
  • Basic first aid for the group

PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE:

  •     Transport of any nature
  •     Porter/mule charges to carry your personal bag (can be arranged on extra cost of Rs. 1450 per person per bag of not more than 12 kgs)
  •     Any meals/services not mentioned above
  •     Any charges for video cameras, still cameras, etc.
  •     Bottled water, alcohol, soft drinks, beverages, etc.
  •     Personal expenses like tips, telephone calls, laundry, etc.
  •     Any costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances like landslides, road blocks, bad weather, etc.
  •     Insurance
  •     GST 5%

Medical Facilities : First aid would be available throughout the programme. All emergences would be treated by the nearest available doctor/medical facility.

Payment terms & Condition

All payments for the trips, transfers, gears, porterage, etc. should be made in full before the trip starts.

Cancellation Policy
In the event that you need to cancel your booking due to any avoidable or unavoidable circumstances:

We must be notified of the same in writing. Cancellation charges will be effective from the date we receive the request in writing. Payment for this trip will not be adjusted towards any future trip(s)

Cancellation charges will be as follows

  • Minimum: 10%
  • between 45 to 30 Days: 25%
  • between 30 to 15 Days: 50%
  • Last 15 Days: No refund

Cancellation charges will be applicable on total programme cost.

Please Note : Written cancellation will be accepted on working days (only). Any cancellation sent on a Sunday or any National Holiday(s), will be considered on the next official working day.In the event of any cancellation(s) after trip commencement, there will be no refunds and any costs incurred due to this cancellation will be borne by you. Irrespective of when a trip is booked, the above condition will hold true..

 

SKETCH ITINERARY
DAY 01: DEHRADUN - SANKRI (2000M) (DRIVE/6-7 HRS)
DAY 02: SANKRI (2000M) – TALUKA (2100M)– GANGAD(2350M) (DRIVE/30 MINS & TREK/ 6-7 HRS)
DAY 03: GANGAD (2350M) - BASE CAMP OF HAR-KI-DUN (3450 M) (TREK/7-8 HRS)
DAY 04: BASE CAMP OF HAR-KI-DUN (3450 M)  – HAR-KI-DUN (3566M) – HATA VALLEY (3850M) – BASE CAMP OF HAR-KI-DUN (TREK/5 HRS)
DAY 05: BASE CAMP OF HAR-KI-DUN – GANGAD (2350M) (TREK/5-6 HRS)
DAY 06: GANGAD (2350M)  – TALUKA (2100M)– SANKRI (2000M) (TREK/4-5 HRS & DRIVE/30 MINS)
DAY 07: SANKRI – DEHRADUN (DRIVE/6-7 HRS)

DETAILED ITINENARY
DAY 1: DEHRADUN – SANKRI (2000M) (DRIVE/6-7 HRS)
From Dehradun we will drive to Sankri via Mussorrie. We will stop for lunch en route. This is an enjoyable drive initially along the Yamuna and towards the latter part along the beautiful Tons River. There are very beautiful pine forest sections along the drive today. Upon reaching Sankri, we will check into the scenically located Campsite. Sankri is paradise on earth and we will take an evening stroll in this beautiful hamlet to get our muscles charged for the trek to come. Overnight stay at Sankri.

DAY 02: SANKRI (2000M) – TALUKA – GANGAD (2350M) (DRIVE/30 MINS & TREK/ 6-7 HRS)
We start the day with a short, scenic & adventurous drive to Taluka, starting point of our trek. The hike today is through beautiful mixed forest sections and along the Supin river. The gradient is moderate throughout with an odd steep patch in between. This region is blessed with a very old and unique culture which thankfully is still preserved. You will get a very up close & personal experience of it today. The gradient is moderate throughout with odd steep patches in between. Overnight at Gangad.

DAY 03: GANGAD (2350M) - BASE CAMP OF HAR-KI-DUN (3450 M) (TREK/7-8 HRS)
After breakfast, we start our day on a well laid trail passing through village fields of Osla. Along the trail you will get an up close experience of the local lifestyle. It is a delightful day where you catch some fabulous views of the Bandarpoonch and Black Peak and also of meadows and jungles towards the Ruinsara valley. There are interesting forests en route with lots of opportunities to see variety of birds and meadows having wild flowers. Also to make it picture perfect, there is an inviting waterfall and many small rivulets/streams. We reach Har-ki-Dun Base Camp in about 5-6 hrs moving at a leisurely pace and soaking in the beauty of the valley. Overnight at the base of Har Ki Dun.

DAY 04: HAR-KI-DUN BASE CAMP (3450 M)  – HAR-KI-DUN (3566M) – HATA VALLEY (3850M) – BASE CAMP OF HAR-KI-DUN (TREK/5 HRS)
Post breakfast, we will explore the Har Ki Dun Valley and continue our hike till Hata Valley  meadows. This open valley has been blessed with many natural elements that one is pleasantly surprised by its beauty. On this day we also trek to explore the magnificent meadows at Hata Valley. These are undulating meadows; the meadows provide amazing views of Hata peak. Return back to Har Ki Dun Base Camp In the afternoon. Overnight at the base of Har Ki Dun.

DAY 05: HAR-KI-DUN BASE CAMP – GANGAD (2350M) (TREK/5-6 HRS)
Post breakfast, we will hike down to Gangad, taking the same trail. Depending on the time we can decide to visit the ancient temple at the village of Osla and also get a chance to interact with the locals and know more about their tradition & culture.  Overnight at Gangad.

DAY 06: GANGAD (2350M)  – TALUKA – SANKRI (2000M) (TREK/4-5 HRS & DRIVE/30 MINS)
Early morning, trek down from Gangad to Taluka and from here drive down to Sankri. There will be plenty of opportunities today for a refreshing bath in the super cool waters of the many streams we cross/pass by. Overnight at Sankri

DAY 07: SANKRI – DEHRADUN (DRIVE/6-7 HRS)
Post breakfast, depart for Dehradun.


 

Hello!

My name is Himani Kubadia. I had attended the Har Ki Dun trek on 29th September to 5th October. It was a wonderful trek. It’s food, services and other arrangements were awesome. It’s a valley of God and yes I can say that it’s true!  Actually I was alone from Ahmedabad. I hadn’t my own group but at Dehradun I met the other trekkers of my group we were six and a guide, name Pawan Rawat. In my group there were two ladies including me and four boys we all were from different cities and different culture. But I didn’t felt that I’m around unknown people so we six started our journey towards Har Ki Dun. And the route was like Sankri-Taluka-Osla-Har Ki Dun base camp- Har Ki Dun. And the return rout was also the same. We faced heavy rain at the first day of trek to Osla and the last day was the same while we were returning from Osla. But we were lucky that we got clear weather at Har Ki Dun. We had seen every season their like rain, cold and snow on the top. It was like WOW! It was such a wonderful trip Anala had kept safety of the trekkers on the top and the other thing like food, stay was awesome so they haven’t done any compromise in giving such a qualitative service and trip. But at one point I’m little bit disappointed that was guide that Pawan Rawat. He was such a nice guy and was guiding us. He had given us a full details of trek on the first day and told some stories and his experience about Har Ki Dun trek. But I felt that he is just doing his duty to be a safeguard of trekkers and to guide trekkers to reach Har Ki Dun trek nothing more than that. I felt that he was very straight and had lacked of communication because there was one lady with me and from Har Ki Dun base camp to Har Ki Dun she got tired and lost her confidence and strength both so she told to Pawan that she can’t do it anymore and she was just 20 mins far from Har Ki Dun so Pawan said OK! I mean he even tried to motivate her or not tried to inform her that there is only 20mins way you can do it! He just told OK YOU CAN GO BACK IF YOU WANT TO! Ohh come on yarr! everyone needs two motivational words to do anything it helps a lot but he didn’t. And other company’s guide had motivated her and gave encouragement to reach and she did it. So he has a lack of communication skill nothing else he didn’t speak or tried to motivate/encourage her. So this bothered me at some point. I think he was new that’s why we faced this and everyone has felt this thing. But overall it was a wonderful trip for me. Thank you very much Anala Outdoors and team for giving such a qualitative trip. And a big thanks to Jigna Pandya (from Anala team) for suggesting me such a wonderful place for trekking.

Thank you.
Himani Kubadia.

Reporting : Participants have to report at Dehradun on the first day at given time and will be dropped back to Dehradun on the last day of the Trek. 

Food : Wholesome & Hygienic vegetarian Food will be served, including Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Special Jain / Swaminarayan food is also served at the campsite if mentioned in the application form.

Please Note : If due to bad weather, sickness, natural calamity or any other personal reasons, the itinerary is changed on ground the extra charges arising due to it will be borne by the guests. same will be applicable if a guest decide to change the itinerary due to personal reason. Also if days are cut short on the trek/trips for any of the above reasons we will not be liable to make hotel arrangements at the base or any other location for the guests

  • Guest will be required to fill up an indemnity form before embarking on the trek/trip
  • We request you to kindly disclose/share information if suffering from any major ailment. We request you to submit your health Certificate.
  • On our fixed group departures please note that we will follow a fixed schedule & standardised services. In case of individual requirements other than what is offered as part of the package, we might not be able to entertain them so please be aware of this fact
  • In case of trips/treks with a backup day, where this backup day is not utilised for whatever reasons we will not be liable to make hotel or any other arrangements
  • In case a departure cancelled due to bad weather conditions guest will receive full refund.

Optional Charges :
Charges for a porter/mule to carry personal bag throughout the trek (not more than 10 kgs) per person for the complete trek. If you want us to arrange for portage of your personal luggage you can book the same by selecting the option of Personal Luggage Charges.

Personal trekking Gear
You can save on buying expensive trekking equipment for the trek by hiring the same from our gear store. High quality equipment is provided at reasonable rental/sale and you are assured of clean equipment that has been checked for its efficacy.

Transport Options (DELHI – DEHRADUN – DELHI)

For travel to Dehradun and back one can choose between air, rail & road. For air travel, the closest airport is the Jolly Grant Airport (at Dehradun) and is well connected to Delhi and other parts of the country by Air India, Jet Airways, Kingfisher Airlines & Spice Jet. Train travel is highly recommended with enough options being there. For train details, you could log on to www.indianrail.gov.in and for online railway ticket bookings you could log on to www.irctc.co.in
There are frequent Public Transport buses including Volvos available from Delhi to Dehradun that cost about Rs. 200-500 per person. These buses depart from Delhi ISBT every 30 mins. or so and take about 7 hrs to cover the distance. The same is also applicable on the return journey. A private vehicle could also be arranged for if you require the same.

Weather Condition
This snow trek is organized between Dec & mid-March when the region has had good snowfall. Contrary to the popular belief winters is a good time to be in the mountains if one is equipped properly. Most locals inhabiting higher reaches of the mountains don’t mind the problems associated with snowfall and seem to have a good time during these months. Also there are lots of local festivals in these months. In these months weather is generally clear most of the days. Day time is normally pleasantly warm with one getting to enjoy sitting out in the sun. Temperature would be around 12-17 °C. Evenings are quite cold and one would need to be inside a tent/room or sitting outside next to fire with proper winter clothes. The evening temperatures will be around – 3 to 5 °C. Nights can be very cold with temperatures in the range of – 8 to 0 °C.
Please keep in mind that the above information is not exact and does not account for sudden changes. Whatever the temperatures and conditions, rest assured we will be prepared to handle it with ease as we use equipment of very high specifications.

Please keep in mind that the above information is not exact and does not account for sudden changes. Whatever the temperatures and conditions rest assured we will be prepared to handle it with ease as we use equipment of very high specifications.

When is the best time to go Har ki dun?
The best time for Har Ki Dun Trek  is during  the winter months of December,January,March, April and May. But this trek can be done and is enjoyable throughout the year.

Group size?
Anala Outdoors has a strict policy on Responsible Travel and keeping this in mind we do only small groups on any of our treks(max 12 people). This also means extra safety & personal attention for our guests.

Solo lady trekker?
They are as invited as anybody else and as safe as anybody else, which is absolutely safe. Also single women get to share the tent/room with other women only unless they have opted to take rooms/tents on single basis. If there is no other lady on the trip then they get to stay in the room/tent on single basis. Even if there is a single lady on our trip we will have a separate toilet tent while camping, only for ladies. Every trek is lead by two highly skilled and experienced mountaineering guide with good experience of travelling with groups so they ensure that within the group also a certain decorum is maintained
 
Drinking water?
Natural mineral water is present all over the trail. You have to carry water bottles.

Medical emergencies?
In case of any emergency one of our guides along with the porters and support staff will carry/accompany the guest back to the starting point of the trek from where he/she will be driven to the near hospital for treatment. We carry first aid arrangements and basic medicines with us on the trek.

Fitness level?
Good physical fitness as well as mental fitness is required for the Har Ki Dun Trek. This is an ideal trek for a beginner who wants to familiarize him/herself with high altitude treks.To get into  optimum level of fitness you can go through our article How to prepare for a high altitude trek.
 
Type of Footwear?
Although we recommend a high quality waterproof hiking shoes with good grips under them.

Loads of Enthusiam!! And a  pledge to leave no trace.

Carry your stuff in a duffel bag, soft shoulder bag or a rucksack. Avoid suitcases, trolleys or any other hard luggage. As you will be walking long distances carrying a rucksack, avoid bringing unnecessary items on the trip. Please avoid carrying expensive watches, jewellery and electronic items on the trip
Also please note this is a comprehensive list & there might be few items which you might not need depending upon the month of travel. Kindly check with us on the final list with us before travelling.
 

  • Cheque/Demand Draft should be drawn in favour of ‘ANALA OUTDOORS PVT. LTD.’ Outstation cheques shall not be accepted.
  • Payment against dishonoured cheque/s shall have to be paid in cash with additional charge of Rs.200/- per cheque.
  • The balance payment is to be paid atleast 30 days before the departure of the batch. If the balance payment is not made on time, it would automatically be considered cancelled without any prior intimation and no refund would be given in this regard.
  • Camp may be cancelled if there is not enough strength, actual amount paid by the participant towards the camp will be refunded by A/c payee cheque only. No other claims will be entertained.
  • No refund shall be given if the participant terminates the camp at any point due to any reason.
  • Anala outdoors reserves the unconditional right to refuse a booking/terminate a participant on camp in event of unreasonable behavior at any time and no refund will be given in this regard.
  • The amount paid once is not-transferable to any other programme or to any other person.
  • Jain food may be served on specific request, subject to availability.
  • In case the camp duration is extended due to unforeseen circumstances, each participant will have to pay Rs. 400/-per head, per day to the group leader.
  • It shall be the participant's responsibility to collect the necessary travel documents from our office on time.
  • The organisers or any individual connected with the camp shall not be held responsible in case of any accident or any unforeseen natural calamity.
  • In any case of injury or severe illness where upon the participant has to be admitted to the hospital or sent back by flight or any other means of transport, then those charges shall be entirely borne by the participant .
  • Organisers will not be responsible towards any internal disputes arising with fellow participants.
  • We are not bound to provide name address or any other personal details of other participants.
  • The organisers shall not be held responsible for loss/theft of the participant’s luggage and belongings.
  • Anala outdoors has the right to use the participant's name, information and photographs in promotional materials, brochures and press releases.

Disclaimer:  Anala Outdoors (P) Ltd. takes utmost care to ensure safety of its clients. However in the case of any unforeseen mishaps, Anala Outdoors (P) Ltd. will not be liable for any injuries caused or for loss of life. All disputes rising due to the above are subject to the jurisdiction of the courts in Ahmedabad only. All participants would be required to sign an Indemnity Form before the start of the program, without which they would not be allowed to take part in the trip/program/activities.
 

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