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Camp in Tungnath

Camp in Tungnath

Chandrika camp Chopta provides you camp in Tungnath and tungnath Camps. The Chopta tungnath trek is one of the easier treks in the Himalayan district. The peaks of Panchchuli, Nilkanth, Nanda Devi and Kedarnath are all clear throughout the course of the trek and make for a regal sight. This trek encompasses a large area preliminary from Haridwar and ending at Chandrashila with a numeral of other attractive areas lessening on the way. It is a perfect chance for first timers who are look to get a hang of the universal basics of trekking in the Himalayan area and is optional highly by us for the same. Tungnath is well-known for the uppermost temple which is devoted to Lord Shiva. Beyond Tungnath the trail continue to the peak called Chandrashila which is a very good-looking vantage point to experience Himalayas in a wide range. One would see the entire range in almost 270 degrees of visibility, with peaks like Chaukhamba, Kedarnath, Nanda devi and Trishul among the most famous ones.

The splendid countryside and unique sense of trekking in Himalayas can be seen in this trek which moves through the Kedarnath flora and fauna refuge. Easy access through coast able road makes this trek and final purpose for short duration visit. We arrange trekking trips to Chopta-Deoriatal-Tungnath. Chopta is located at the height of 2900 meters and about 210 kms from Rishikesh. As long as with all the required services starting from breakfast, lunch and banquet to hotel accommodation for during the night stay is provide by us keeping in mind the budgetary constraints of our clients. The region is a secluded sanctuary for musk deer, and is rich in flora and fauna. Our first camp at Deoria tal is near a good-looking lake covered three sides with jungle. The view of Chaukhamba peaks is one of the most famous in the entire trip. We would be further camping near lakes, in forest clearings and in vast meadows. Each camp site would present outstanding views to the Himalayan peak.