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Tarsar Marsar Trek is the prettiest summer trek in India. This is a classic trek that offers quite a variety and range in scenic beauty and landscape. The trek holds three beautiful alpine lakes, lush grasslands, shimmering river streams, and a chain of snow-peaked mountains. This is an easy to moderate trek which makes even a beginner to enjoy the natural bounties that this trek offers.

Itinerary (Day Wise)
  • Day 01 - Start at Srinagar (1585 m). Drive to Aru (2426 m) [112 km, 4hrs]
    Pahalgam is about 100 km from Srinagar and Aru is 12 km away from Pahalgam. From Pahalgam, Aru is right across the Lidder River. It takes about 4 hours to reach Aru from Srinagar
    ●	Meals - Dinner
    ●	Accommodation – Camp
    ●	Transport
    •       Bus
    •       Dinner
  • Day 02 - Trek to Lidderwat(2783 m) [10 km, 6 hrs]
    Today we shall be following the Lidder River upstream. After a 9-10 km walk up soft slopes, the trail enters a thicket of conifers. Revealing a sweeping view of the Aru valley left down below. Lidderwatt offers a base for various trekking expeditions carried around the area. Famous treks like TarsarMarsar, Kolahoi glacier, Sind valley trek are accessible from this point. The area offers a beautiful panoramic view of the lush green meadows surrounded by huge cliffs and dense forests.
    ●	Meals – Brekfast-Lunch-Dinner
    ●	Accommodation – Camp
    •       Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 03 -Trek to Shekwas (3353 m) [5.5km, 5hrs
    The narrow valley of Lidderwat opens up to tracks of wide sweeping grasslands.The grasslands merge with the towering mountains, with snow patches in their folds. It is no longer a single valley but many valleys that converge together. The trail ahead converges upwards and to the left past the Bhakarwal shelters, sticking to the right of the river. Clear streams run down and cut through the trail many times. Avoid taking the upward trail. Drop down to the river and cross it, first hopping over a few boulders and then crossing a make-shift long bridge. Follow the river and continue to climb the trail. Half an hour later, the trail around a bend opens up to a wide clearing of Homwas. The climb continues to gain altitude. An hour later, you will pass a very old cluster of Silver Birch (Bhoj) trees, and the view opens up to another stunning scenery. The trail climbs swiftly past a few Gujjar huts to the camping grounds of Shekwas. For those on the Tarsar trail, Shekwas is a logical and extremely pretty camping ground.
    ●	Meals – Brekfast-Lunch-Dinner
    ●	Accommodation - Camp
    •       Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 04 -Trek to Tarsar (3795 m) [5 km, 4 hrs]
    The trail to Tarsar, meanwhile, climbs into a ridge that overhangs the stream. In a general westerly direction, the trail climbs rapidly towards a conical hill in front. The trail tops a few false ridges, each opening up to different wondrous sceneries. The trail finally gives you a narrow glimpse of Tarsar. Cross the stream over boulders and set your foot on the grassy glades of Tarsar. There are plenty of flat camping spots along the lake and pitching tents is not an issue.
    ●	Meals – Brekfast-Lunch-Dinner
    ●	Accommodation – Camp
    •       Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 05 -Trek to Sundersar (4500m) &visit marsar. Descend back to Sundersar[6 km, 6 hrs]
    Another 5 km trek commences today to the adjoining Sundersar Valley through the Tarsar Pass. The Tarsar Pass commands numerous beautiful views, and the valley spans out beautifully. Trekking through the pass saves you a few hours, which is saying something. The trail that descends from the pass to the bottom of the valley opens up to a verdant valley. Another stretch of meadows, grasslands, streams, and
    boulders brings you to the magical campsite of Sundarsar Lake. The trail from Sundarsar stretched far across the lake, and towards Marsar. Soon, the climb leads to stunning vistas of Marsar, enveloped in cloudy haloes. From Marsar, you descend back to Sundesar Campsite.
    ●	Meals – Brekfast-Lunch-Dinner
    ●	Accommodation - Camp
    •       Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 06 - Trek to Lidderwat(2783 m) back[17 km,]
    Today we return back to Lidderwat from Sundersar.
    ●	Meals – Brekfast-Lunch-Dinner
    ●	Accommodation - Camp
    •       Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 07 - Trek to Aru[10 km, 4hrs] &Drive from Aru to Srinagar [112 Km, 4hrs]. Trek end at Srinagar.
    After an early breakfast we will walk towards Aru. After reaching Aru, we will take a meal break and then drive to Srinagar.
    ●	Meals – Brekfast-Lunch
    •       Breakfast, Lunch

Tour Information
  • ⮚ Three meals in a day (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner). Except - Day 1 and Day 7.
  • ⮚ Accommodation is on Camp (Day 1 to Day 6)
  • ⮚ Accommodation on twin sharing basis
  • ⮚ All land transportation
  • ⮚ Guide and support staff
  • ⮚ Common equipment (Tent, Kitchen Tent, Toilet Tent, Utensil)
  • ⮚ Any permit/ entry free
  • ⮚ Personal equipment (Sleeping bag & mattress)
  • ⮚ Medical Kit
  • ⮚ Mountaineering course certified RAAHi Expertise fee
  • ⮚ Insurance
  • ⮚ Airport pick up and drop
  • ⮚ Mules or porter to carry personal luggage (INR 500 extra per person to carry load. Back pack should not be more than 12 kg)
  • ⮚ Any kind of personal expenses
  • ⮚ Which is not mentioned in inclusions
  • ⮚ GST (5%)


Package Name


Kids Discount

Group Discount

Srinagar to Srinagar

Things To Carry List

• Backpack (50 to 60 liters) with good support and Rain cover 

▪️ Small 20-30 ltr backpack to keep daily stuffs

▪️ Good Trekking Shoes (Snow proof recommended)

▪️ Fleece/Winter Jacket to manage cold

▪️ Thermals - west and lower

▪️ Extra Pair of clothes 

▪️ Sun cap

▪️ Water Bottle 2 LTR

▪️ Rain Poncho

▪️ Head Torch ( With Extra Pair Battery )

▪️ Thermos

▪️ Sun protection cream 

▪️ Cold Cream and Lip balm

▪️ UV Protection Sunglasses

▪️ Knee Cap ( If Required )

▪️ Slippers/ floaters

▪️ Woolen Gloves

▪️ Trekking Pole

▪️ Woolen socks 2 pairs

▪️ Dry fruits, Dates, ready to eat snacks, Enerzal/ Glucon D and chocolate bars/ energy bars

▪️ Pancha/ quick dry towel

▪️ Personal Toiletry Items (toothpaste, toothbrush, toilet paper, soap, etc.)

▪️ Carry Personal Medical Kit with consultation of your doctor.

▪️ Mandatory Documents

• Please carry the documents given below

✓ Original and photocopy of government photo identity card- (Aadhar Card, Driving License, Voters ID, etc.)

▪️ Passport size Photographs 3

▪️ Power Bank

In case the Trek gets cancelled cause of natural phenomena or any other reason beyond our control, we shall arrange for alternative treks or tour. If the participant is unwilling to go for the alternative trek, there would be no refund or voucher issued as for this trek, all the services have to be arranged beforehand and cannot be shifted to any other date.

No show and trek changes/cancellation due to bad weather or natural calamity will be non-refundable. No money shall be refunded in case a person is rescued and brought back to the base camp before the said date. If the travelers need to return before the trip ends, they shall have to bear all the expenses for accommodation and meals at Kasol or any other place. The services on the trek are arranged for even if they go unused.


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