The Dalai Lama calls the beautiful and picturesque region of McLeod-Ganj in the Kangra Valley of the Himalayas his home. Along with more than a 1000 refugees from Tibet, the Buddhist spiritual guru was forced to seek asylum in this region. Here is a brief time-table to aid backpackers who wish to visit McLeod-Ganj. Trip Dates: This trip will cost Rs 10,000 + 9% ST = 10,900/- Inclusion: Accommodation (3 to 6 based on room size) Travel Entry Fee Permits Exclusion: Food This backpacking trip will have a maximum of 12 backpackers and a minimum of 6 backpackers. Only on payment of 50% of the trip cost will a seat be confirmed. For more information please contact us on the phone numbers mentioned below: Sherwin Rebello : +91 9833494963 Denver Rodrigues: +91 9819872686 or mail us at: email@example.com Terms & Conditions Things to carry: 1. Valid ID proof with address. (No college ID or PAN card) 2. Two passport size photographs. 3. Essentials to pack. Day 1: Board bus from ISBT New Delhi to McLeod-Ganj at 8 pm. Day 2: Reach McLeod- Ganj by 7 am. Check into any one of the numerous lodges or guesthouses. Spend time in the town The Dalai Lama calls home. Walk down the Tibetan handicraft market and shops. Day 3: Another day in McLeod Ganj. Visit Bhagsunag water fall and temple. Also visit the Dalai Lama temple and Tibetan Museum. Day 4: Walk down from Mall road to visit St. John’s in the Wilderness Church. Leave from McLeod Ganj to the village of Naddi by auto-rickshaw. Spend the night in a guest house. Day 5: Hike from Naddi to Thrundi which takes 6 hrs, spend night in tented accommodation. (No mobile network coverage) Day 6: Leave from Thrundi and hike to Dharamkot which takes 5 hrs. Spend night in guest house there. Day 7: Leave from Dharamkot to lower Dharamshala by local HRTC bus, taxi or auto. Board bus to Delhi at 8 pm. Day 8: Reach New Delhi ISTB bus station by 9 am. panoramic view of naddi Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... 4 Responses Caro March 24, 2017 The accident of finding this post has brihtgened my day Reply Top 10 places to backpack across India | The Land Out There August 29, 2014 […] Dharamshala: Wi-Fi, free Tibet campaign and banners, good food and street performances are something that makes […] Reply Himalayan Travel= Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand | The Land Out There November 11, 2013 […] Kangra Valley -> 8 days […] Reply Boski Gupta June 25, 2013 I always wanted to go to the Dalai Lama’s home but was always unsure how to do it. Must say your to do list looks really helpful. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.