Rules on the trip
A high level of health and fitness is required to enrol in this basic mountaineering course in Manali. If you have any cardiac or respiratory conditions, or suffer from knee or spinal problems, please consult your doctor before booking this trip.
Travellers are required to carry their own sleeping bag, to be used during accommodation in tents.
Travellers are required to follow instructions of the mountaineering instructor during the basic mountaineering course in Manali.
Travellers are required to treat the local culture with respect and avoid littering, defacing property and monuments and causing general disturbance.
Consumption of alcohol, drugs and tobacco products like cigarettes is strictly prohibited during the basic mountaineering course in Manali.
For cancellations made more than 45 days before start date of the basic mountaineering course in Manali: 100% refund, minus a cancellation fee of INR 5,000 per person.
For cancellations made between 30-45 days before start date of the basic mountaineering course in Manali: 50% refund.
For cancellations made less than 30 days before start date of the basic mountaineering course in Manali: no refund.
In case of no show: no refund.
All refunds will be processed after deducting a transaction fee of INR 200 per person. This fee is charged by The Great Next.
Additional instructions, booking policies, terms and conditions
All accommodation during the course will be provided on a twin-sharing basis. In case the traveller is forced to stay on single-occupancy due to lack of participants to share the room/tent, an additional charge of INR 6,820 will be levied.
The tour operator takes utmost care to ensure safety of the travellers and shall not be held responsible for any mishap, accident or loss of life during the basic mountaineering course in Manali.
The tour operator reserves the right to alter or cancel the itinerary of this basic mountaineering course in Manali in order to ensure the safety of travellers and staff. Any costs arising due to such changes in the itinerary will be borne by the traveller.