- • Spend some time on the banks of the gorgeous Chandratal Lake.
- • Cross Rohtang Pass on a thrilling drive.
- • Visit the bustling markets and cafes of Manali.
- • Explore the culture of Sissu.
- • Treat yourself to the breathtaking views of Himalayas.
Rules on the trip
Travellers are required to follow instructions of the tour guide during the road trip.
Travellers are requested to treat the local culture with respect and avoid littering, defacing property and monuments and causing general disturbance.
Consumption of drugs is strictly prohibited during the Manali Lahaul Chandratal road trip.
Travellers are required to carry a driver's license and a valid government-issued photo ID.
For cancellations made more than 30 days before the departure date of the Manali Lahaul Chandratal road trip: 50% refund.
For cancellations made between 15-30 days before the departure date of the Manali Lahaul Chandratal road trip: 25% refund.
For cancellations made less than 15 days before the departure date of the Manali Lahaul Chandratal road trip: no refund.
In case of no show: no refund.
All refunds are 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
Travellers are requested to report at the pick-up point in Delhi by 18:30 hrs. Delay in arriving at the pick-up point may lead to missing the departure.
The car's AC will be switched off during unsuitable road conditions, uphill travel on mountainous roads and waiting time.
This Manali Lahaul Chandratal road trip takes travellers to destinations at altitudes from 9,000 ft to13,000 ft, with low cellular connectivity and limited access to services.
The tour operator takes utmost care to ensure safety of the travellers and shall not be held responsible for any mishap or accident during the Manali Lahaul Chandratal road trip.
The tour operator reserves the right to change or cancel the itinerary of this trip due to bad weather conditions or other unforeseen circumstances to ensure maximum safety of travellers and staff.