8 days blueprint across backpacker’s silk route

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16th – 23rd Sept’18 | 4th – 11th Nov’18

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All about the 8 days blueprint across backpacker’s silk route.

Here is TLOW’s blueprint across the backpacker’s silk route in the Himalayas, that starts in Rewalsar and ends in the backpacker’s haven – Tosh. Also, visit the enchanting Parashar Lake, bathe in the sulphur hot springs at Kheerganga, hike in the Great Himalayan National Park and stay in some of the hippie villages of Parvati Valley.

Stress free Payment:

– Pay 50% to book your seat.

– Pay balance amount 7-10 days before the trip start.

For more information please contact us on the phone numbers mentioned below:

TLOW Office 1+91 8454961928
TLOW Office 2: +91 9004594935
or mail us at info@tlow.in.

Minimum Age: 18 years.

Must Have:

  • Valid Photo id proof with address – 5 copies. (No Pan card)
  • Two passport size photographs.
  • Powerbank
  • Backpack. (Must Have)
The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this Blueprint?Items that are included in the cost of Blueprint price.
  • Accommodation (3 to 6 in a room)
  • Travel
  • Entry Fee
Whats not included in this Blueprint.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Food
  • Travel to New Delhi
  1. Day One New Delhi

    – Board an HRTC AC bus from ISBT Kashmiri Gate New Delhi to Mandi at 20:00 HRS. (439km = 12 Hrs)

  2. Day Two Rewalsar

    – Reach Mandi around 06:00 HRS.

    – Take a local bus to Rewalsar, 23km from Mandi and reach by 07:00 HRS.

    – Check into a monastery guest house overlooking the lake.

    – Spend the rest of the day exploring the many eateries, gurudwara and monasteries around.

  3. Day Three Parashar Lake/Tirthan Valley

    – Leave Rewalsar and have breakfast on the way to the Parashar Lake. (74km = 2.5 Hrs)

    – From Parashar Lake leave for Tirthan Valley. (94km = 3.5 Hrs)

    – Check into the Home Stay and chill around the Tirthan River.  

  4. Day Four Kasol

    – Post breakfast, hike into the Great Himalayan National Park. (8km Hike).

    – Return from the hike and leave post lunch by 15.00 HRS for Kasol (77Km = 3 Hrs)

    – Chill around the town of Kasol.


  5. Day Five Kheerganga

    – Post breakfast, board a bus from Kasol to Barshaini. (35km)

    – From Barshaini hike up to Kheerganga. (13km)

    – Reach Kheerganga by 16:30 HRS and check into a dormitory.

    – To freshen up, take a dip in the hot sulphur spring.

  6. Day Six Yolo Camping

    – Post breakfast, hike down to Barshaini.

    – Take a bus from Bharshaini to Yolo Camping. (33km=90 minutes)

    •  Last day in the Himalayas spend first half of the day chilling by the river or reading a book.
  7. Day Seven Kullu/ New Delhi

    – Pack up and leave for Kullu HRTC bus station by 17:00 HRS.

    – Board a HRTC Volvo bus from Kullu to ISBT New Delhi by 20:00 HRS.

  8. Day Eight New Delhi

    – Reach New Delhi ISBT Kashmiri Gate by 09:00 HRS.

Essentials to carry

Stick to the list given below and you’ll have a smooth backpacking trip.

Travelling gear:

  • A rucksack of a minimum 60L.(mandatory{No other kind of bag will be allowed on the trip}
  • A day pack to move around with ease.(must have)
  • A camera with a minimum of 8GB, a spare battery s good to carry along.(optional)
  • Sleeping bag. (If camping is in the blueprint)
  • Carrying a one liter water bottle along is a great thing for every person who hits the road in the Himalayas.(must have)
  • A backpack rain cover.(optional)
  • Hiking Pole. (optional)


  • One cotton long sleeves and two short sleeve T-shirts or shirts. Avoid carrying new T-shirts as clothes get faded easily there.
  • Two short pants and two long pants. Cargo pants are favorable due to multiple pockets and their quick dry quality. Please avoid carrying jeans.
  • Four sets of undergarments and three sets of socks. Please avoid white socks.
  • One thick sweatshirt.(must have)
  • Gloves are optional and can be purchased there as well in case the need arises.(optional)
  • UV protected sun glares. (must have)
  • Cap
  • A half towel is preferred to a full size one as it saves on space in the bag pack.
  • A pair of shoes that are comfortable and have a good grip. Anklets are preferable.(must have)
  • Slippers or flip-flops.(must have)
  • Rain sheet.(can be purchased on the trip)


  • Toothpaste, toothbrush, soap bars, shampoo sachets or small bottles of shampoo.
  • Toilet roll.(must have)
  • Paper soap, hand sanitizer, detergent soap sachets.
  • Sun screen with a minimum of 40 SPF, lip balm and cold cream should be carried along.(must have)
  • Body sprays are also good, but glass bottled perfumes are better kept at home.
  • Two thin bed-sheets.(must have)


  • Power board to charge multiple gadgets is a must as most lodging and boarding places have only one plug point.(must have)
  • A 3 meter nylon rope proves to be very handy as it can be used to dry clothes and to tie things along the way.(optional)
  • A LED torch and a box of candles along with a lighter is a safe carry along choice as the lights tend to go out rather often in the Himalayas.(must have)
  • Ten garbage bags to carry dirty clothes while travelling is good to have. These also help to junk the trash and keep the natural setting clean and green.(must have)
  • A small knife while on the road is a safety measure that is advised.(optional)
  • 10,000mah power bank. (Must have)


  • Glucose powder.(must have)
  • Tablets for headaches, diarrhea, motion and altitude sickness.
  • Bandage.
  • Cotton.
  • Aspirin.
  • Medication for rashes.
  • Carrying at least 20 cold and throat relief lozenges proves to be a boon on the trip.(must have)
  • Sprain relief plasters.
  • Any personal medication that you have been advised by your doctor.(must have)
Blueprint Confirm Dates Trip Status Trip Status Price (PP) Excluding Flights Price (PP) Including Flights  
September 16, 2018 - September 23, 2018
November 4, 2018 - November 11, 2018
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