Har Ki Dun Trek
Uttrakhand | 7D/6N | 12,000 Ft.
October – December and March-May
(Above mentioned cost is for a fixed departure)
- Reviews 3934.9/5
- Vacation Style High Altitude Trek
- Activity Level Easy
- Group Size Medium Group
All about the Har Ki Dun Trek.
Har Ki Dun trek is situated in the foothills of Garhwal Himalayas and lies in Har Ki Dun valley. It seems to be one of the most popular and wanted treks of the region in winters and summers both. Har ki dun trek is accessible through the famous Govind National Park which is known for its tremendous variety of flora and fauna. The trail will cover alpine meadows, glacier basins, moraine ridges, old villages, and dense pine forests.
Region: Garhwal, Uttarakhand
Trek Duration: 7-8 days
Har ki dun Base Camp: Sankri
Level/Grade: Easy to Moderate
Approx Trekking km: 56 km
Minimum age to trek: 8
Har ki dun Trek Height
Har Ki Dun Trek’s Height is at a toppling altitude of 12,000 ft and Har-Ki Dun Trek distance is about 56 km which is covered in approximately a span of 7 to 9 days.
Har Ki Dun Trek Difficulty Level
It is easy to moderate; therefore, you can think of doing this even if you are a beginner. But if you choose this to be your first trek, then there might be some problems for you on the trek, so you need to be mentally and physically prepared for it. You can start a regular fitness routine 3 to 5 months prior to your trek and start preparing your body for the trek. This is a widely traversed trek and with a little hard work and dedication, you will be able to complete this trek.
Har ki doon Weather
If you want to trek in the season of spring and be able to experience the rhododendrons and other flowers of the region and you can opt for the months of October and November. If you are looking for a snow trek, which will be a bigger challenge worth taking if you want a more adventurous and thrilling journey to Har Ki Dun to choose to trek this between March to April. Har Ki Dun temperature goes from about 15 degrees Celsius in the morning to 2 degrees Celsius at night. In winters ,The temperatures in Har Ki Dun Trek range from 2-degree celsius to -2 degree celsius in the months of December and mid-January, and -5 degree Celsius to -10 degrees Celsius in February. In summer between the months of May and June, the day temperature is 25 to 30 degree celsius and at night the temperature is 10 to 5 degree celsius.
Best time to visit Har ki doon
The Best time to do Har Ki Dun Trek is from March to May. It is widely toured in summer as well as winter. It is toured around the year leaving the monsoon season when this trek is not accessible. You can try alternate treks for monsoon season.If you are looking for trekking in the snow then the months of March to April are ideal. During summers this area is prone to light showers, therefore it is advisable to carry rain protection gear like a poncho, raincoat, rain cover for the bag, etc.
Har ki doon Trek Brief Itinerary:
- Day 1 : Reaching the base(start point) at Sankri
- Day 2 : Drive from Sankri to Taluka. Trek from Taluka to Gangaad/Chilurgad
- Day 3 : Trek from Gangaad/Chillurgad to Simatara
- Day 4 : Trek from Simatara campsite to Har ki Dun Valley and back to campsite.
- Day 5 : Trek from Simatara to Gangaad/Chillurgad.
- Day 6 : Trek from Gangaad/Chillurgad to Taluka, Drive to Sankri
- Day 7 : Depart back ( End Point ) to your cities
Har-Ki Dun 2019 – 2020 packages range from 8000 INR – 11000 INR. Book your Har ki dun trek package with Trekmunk at an affordable deal of 9750 INR all throughout the year and you can customize the trek as well with Trekmunk.
How to reach Har ki doon Base camp ( Sankri ) :
Jolly Grant Airport is the nearest airport to Dehradun and is easily accessible, it is just 25 km away from the city. Daily flights from New Delhi are available to this airport.
Dehradun railway station. Overnight trains that hail from Delhi are Nandadevi Express and Dehradun Express. People often prefer railways over airways because with trains you get to see the landscape in its full glory, it is also cheaper and you will definitely enjoy your way till Dehradun.
Regular bus service is available from Delhi ISBT Kashmere Gate which plies government buses that are safe and you can rely on them more than the private buses.
Har Ki Dun Detailed Itinerary
Day 1 : Reaching the base(start point) at Sankri
Note: Trekmunk arranges transport from Dehradun Railway station at 7.00 am on Day 1 of the trek. The cost of this transport (Rs.6,000 per cab) will have to be shared by trekkers. You can pay the driver directly. The cost might go up, depending on the availability and other unforeseen factors.
The nearest city to Sankri is Dehradun which is a 10-hour drive till Sankri. You can reach Dehradun the earliest at 6:30 through train on the Dehradun Railway Station in the morning. You could also book an overnight bus/taxi from Delhi to Dehradun ISBT if you want to travel on the road.
You will pass many beautiful towns of Mussoorie on to Uttarkashi, you cross Naugaon, Mori, Purola, and Netwar and then you finally reach the very first destination of your trek. The roadways are opted by many tourists since the scenic view which runs past your eyes are not to be missed when traveling to Dehradun, the dense pine forests on either side of the road makes gives your journey a film like appeal, soon your journey will run parallel to rivers which makes you feel like you’re in a movie.
A brief halt is taken to have delicious lunch on your way to Sankri, you can choose from a wide variety of places, restaurants, cafes or dhabas, all kinds of places are available. While reaching Purola you should make sure you’ve attended to all the important calls and internet related work, because once you move on from Purola, you will only find BSNL network, so if you are not a BSNL user, it will be a total internet and call detox for you.
Only a few miles from reaching Sankri, you will come across a checkpoint near the Govind National Park around 6 to 7 pm, which will mean you have reached your destination. Once you reach Sankri you will get a chance to energize yourself, taking a refreshing break in the guest house, you will get an opportunity to explore the local market and you can buy any last-minute items which you missed while packing like poncho, socks, caps, gloves or other items like toiletries.
Day 2 : Drive from Sankri to Taluka. Trek from Taluka to Gangaad/Chilurgad
On this day, you start from Sankri to Taluka around 7 in the morning. It is a short drive through forests which gradually thicken and many freshwater streams cutting paths through rocks, this will introduce you to your trekking terrain which will be mostly rock, with forests along the way and small streams accompanying you through the trail.
After reaching Taluka you will come across a small village settlement where you can take a short break, have some refreshments before getting on with your big journey to Har ki dun.
The trek begins with a descent to the bank of Tons, the river will accompany you to the right, soon the trails will change its terrain and you will find yourself entering a canopy of conifer forest followed by a bridge built of cement which you will easily be able to spot in the wilderness.
After crossing the bridge, you will head on to find a wooden bridge where a smooth slope will take you down the water. People who’ve already emptied their water bottles can refill this freshwater, but it is always better to use a purifier or filter of some sort. The scenery around the trail from here is worth capturing on your camera, the shade and lighting are perfect for a swooning shot of the massif. The trek is full of flowers like irises, roses, bamboo, chestnut, cedar (deodar) trees.
By lunchtime you will be halting at the edge of Supin Tributary, a small food shack can be seen from here, these shacks are common throughout the trek, people tend to eat and drink tea/coffee a lot, these shacks can also provide you with bottled water. If you want to eat something other than the packed lunch you can taste the local dishes and snacks available here, you can also buy some for the way ahead.
On your way forward there are wide agricultural fields filled with crops such as millet, potato, and maize and it seems like you are on a much lower terrain.
You will see a green clearing at the end of river Supin which is without a doubt Pauni Garaat your base camp for the night, the best time to arrive is during dusk, when the sun is low and the colours of the sky is mild, you can then take out your cameras and capture nature’s magic.
The usual trek will take you to the Village of Sankri, Osla and Gangad, these villages are very old almost about 300 years old, from here the trek moves on to Bhida Ka Thach from Taluka. The trail will next descend on to the river valley of Thamsa and you will continue to a forest and the river Thamsa will be your constant companion. There is a long slope which ends to a level walk followed by a wooden bridge, you will also find a drinking water spot here, so don’t forget to fill your bottles.
Move on with the trail and after 15 to 20 minutes you will see a clearing, here emergency camp can be set in case you want to halt for the night or for a few hours rest.
Next stop is Dhatmir village which you will pass on in the trail moving on towards Gangaad which is a 30 to 4- minute trek from Puani Graat. You will find a dhaba on the way where you can eat or pack food for later.
Osla village has a famous Someshwar temple whose architecture is one to admire. The villagers are extremely proud of the temple and worship it with love and devotion.
Day 3 : Trek from Gangaad/Chillurgad to Simatara
The distance of the trek is about 7 km which is covered in 7 hours so it is better to start the trek in the early morning. You will cross at least 3 hydroelectric run chafing units which are widely used by the villagers for separating millet, maize followed by grounding to flour. The trek proceeds through harvest lands, cattle grazing and slant roofed huts used as storages.
As you ascend higher you will start to see beautiful Himlayan ranges which are lit with the rays of the sun, the view is breathtaking. Here you will find yourself standing in Simatra when you will camp for the night.
As you put tents to make sure they are sturdy, properly assembled and will not fall if strong gushes of wind started blowing. A temporary bathroom is set and food is also heated out on a stove. The night sky from here is something you will cherish forever, with beautiful stars visible away from pollution and dust which would otherwise fill the sky with smoke.
It is a great opportunity to practice astrophotography and capture the stars when they are at their best. You can also get up early in the morning to click mesmerizing photos of the sunrise.
Day 4 : Trek from Simatara campsite to Har ki Dun Valley and back to campsite.
This is the day all of your hard work adds up to reaching the destination. The trek is filled with alpine meadows, glaciers, and views that will leave you spellbound. The forests on the way are covered with overshadowing pine trees which will go on for a while.
The ascent and descent are mixed up here, you will find an irregularity in slopes and therefore need to have all the stamina and energy to catch up with time and finally reach Har Ki Dun. During winters the trek can be seen covered in deep snow. Once you reach the higher ground you will begin to see patches of a frozen waterfall. The peaks of Swargarohini, Black Peak, Hata Peak, etc are visible from this point and beautifully emerge from all the directions and the light of the sun plays with the peak’s natural carvings. The valley has it all, meadows, coniferous forests, glacier moraines and Himalayan peaks surrounding this small haven.
Here you will complete your journey of Har Ki Dun peak trek and now prepare to trace your journey back home.
Day 5 : Trek from Simatara to Gangaad/Chillurgad
Today’s trek will take you through ancient Indian Villages who have been withstanding time and people for centuries. The forests thick with chir pine and needle pine along with ferns filling the way and trees with small flowers, beautify the way along the trail. trail. If you look towards your side, you will see trekkers traveling towards Har Ki Dun as the trails to go up and come back down run parallel to each other.
Both of these trails have a common mid-point, the Seema bridge which brings you back on the route to Chilurgaad which is just 2 km away from the bridge, from there you descend further and reach Gangaad village, which will be your campsite for the night. The village will give you an opportunity to mingle with the local people residing there for generations who have been a guiding hand to many trekkers, you can learn about the culture, the food and the lifestyle of these people and how their traditions have shaped them over the years. You can visit the temples to get a sense of spiritual healing and get your blessing from the deities these people believe in so much. Remember to draw a line somewhere and don’t be too intruding, be very respectful and humble while speaking to them, because if they get offended by you it could be a problem for all the trekkers who ever set foot. You are on their soil, sharing their food, be thankful to them.
Day 6 : Trek from Gangaad/Chillurgad to Taluka, Drive to Sankri
The trek will mostly be full of gradual descends as you move towards Taluka, be careful because the mountains can be slippery when climbing down and you don’t want to hurt yourself, better safe than sorry. You should use the help of a trekking pole for better support. We strictly advise our trekkers to carry a trekking pole. Carrying a trekking pole does not, in any case, mean that you are not fit enough. It makes the trek easier and safer for you.
Once you bid farewell to the friendly villagers of Gungaad you start your trek to Taluka, the route is exactly the same as when you ascended the slope. If you maintain an average pace you will reach Taluka within 3 to 4 hours and once you reach Taluka you will take a taxi from Taluka to Sankri because the road is motorable and well-maintained roadways is preferred, it will also save time and you reach Taluka around 3 to 3:30 in the afternoon. You can then go for a shopping spree and buy local goods like Wool, Honey, Herbs, Organic Rajma, Rice etcetera. Other than that, handmade goodies are a good option to buy in the form of souvenirs and can later be used as gifts or you could simply take one for yourself to remind you of this pleasant journey.
You will then stay the night at Sankri in a guest house and gave a good rest as next you will have to head on to Dehradun and then head back to your home, you can take a refreshing bath and have the local tea along with some snacks, those who want to spend more time enjoying their stay can have a short walk in the local market at night, when everything looks ten times brighter and charming. Some great photos of the locals can be clicked here in action and you can gather more memories out of this place in the process.
Day 7 : Depart back ( End Point ) to your cities
So the next day you will start early if you want to reach Dehradun on time, it is advisable to not book tickets for departure in advance because you may never know if a road gets blocked on the way to Dehradun, so keep in mind that you can book a guest house for the night so then you can go in peace the next day.
However, once you start from Sankri it is a long 10-hour drive to Dehradun and breakfast and lunch served on the way, you can choose from a dhaba to a restaurant to a café, all are available. If the journey goes on the time you will reach Dehradun at sharp 6 in the evening and can then board your train or plane. But in case you’ve been cautious and are spending the night in Dehradun, this can be a great chance for you to explore the place, the people, the culture and the market all is wonderful here, you can do loads of shopping or simply just roam around in the nice weather, all in all you will remember this trip for the rest of your life, that’s how good it’ll be.
Har Ki Doon Trek’s Height is at a toppling altitude of 12,000 ft and Distance is about 56 km which is covered in approximately a span of 7 to 9 days.
The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance.
All accommodation on the trek will be on twin sharing basis in Tents or Homestays. Any accommodation in a hotel/guest house/hostel (if mentioned in the itinerary and not mentioned in exclusions) will be in a 2-3 star accommodation unless mentioned otherwise.
Har ki Dun Trek Leader and Guides
A team of an experienced and certified Trek Leader, as well as a professional guide, will accompany you for the trek.
Services of a Professional Trekking Team
A team of an experienced Cook, Camp Staff, Porters/Mules will accompany you for all the arrangements on the trek.
All Meals on the Trek are included. We will serve Vegetarian Indian food, which will be cooked by our high altitude chefs. It will be a five meal plan including Morning Tea, Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks and Dinner. You will be provided with clean mountain water from the streams to drink. You can carry water purification tablets if you deem necessary but we advise otherwise.
Trekking and Safety Equipment:
All the camping equipment such as Tents, Sleeping bags, Toilet Tents, Dining Tent, Mattresses, and other things will be provided by us and we guarantee the quality. Safety Equipment including Medical kit, Oxygen Cylinder, Oximeter, Crampons & Gaiters(if required) will be provided by us. We recommend you to bring your own sleeping bags if possible.
Trekking Permits and Forest Camping Charges
Only for Indian Clients, All the applicable trekking permits, Camping Charges, Forest Entry Fee etc will be paid by us. Foreigners have to pay these charges if not mentioned.
Har Ki Dun Trek – A Life Changing Experience
We assure you that by trekking in the Himalayas you will have a life changing experience and we will do everything we can to provide you with the best services and make your venture in the wild an unforgettable one.
GST and Other Taxes
The goods and services tax is not included in the price mentioned with trek. They will be charged once you add the trek in your cart. They are subjected to change according to government rules of India.
Accommodation and Food in Dehradun
Food and stay in Dehradun are not included in the package. You can book your hotels or homestays in Dehradun, we can recommend a few good options.
Flights and Transportation
Flights or other means of transport is not included in the package. Transportation to and fro Sankri from Home city/Dehradun is not included in the package. We can arrange a cab for you according to your requirements but you will be liable to pay for the same. Any expenses occurred during the journey are not included in the package cost.
Personal Trekking Equipment
Your Rucksack, personal clothing, shoes, trek poles, and other personal trekking gear is not included in this trek package. You have to bring your own gear according to that weather and difficulty of the trek.
Portage of Personal Bags(Offloading)
We highly advise you to carry your own burden (your rucksack) but due to any reason if you wish to not carry your rucksack, we can arrange for a porter/mule to carry it. For this service, you will be charged over and above the trek cost. The charges for offloading vary with every trek.
Travel Insurance is not included in this package. We recommend you to have travel insurance before opting for such adventures.
Any personal expenses incurred (laundry, Bottled Water, Beverages, snacks, orders tea houses or dhabas, Tips for guides etc) are not included in the package.
Any costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances such as accidents, bad weather, landslides, road conditions and any other circumstances beyond our control are not included in the package.
- Anything not mentioned in Inclusions of the package.
Upon Booking, An invoice will be sent to your mail & within 12 – 24 hours the booking confirmation with additional details will be sent to your mail.
If you have to cancel your trek because of some unavoidable reason, you must notify Trekmunk Pvt. Ltd. immediately in writing. Once we receive your mail, the cancellation process will start. Please note that the following charges will apply on cancellation:
1. If cancellation takes place more than 45 days prior to departure, you will be refunded the full amount except 10% processing charge.
2. If cancellation takes place between 45 and 30 days prior to departure, 50% of the amount will be refunded.
3. If cancellation takes place less than 30 days prior to departure, No refund.
Any refund applicable will be processed within 10 – 15 business days.
Postpone/Transfer of a booked trek:
1. You can postpone your booked trek for a period of two months (61 days) but we will charge a 20% processing fee. The last date for the postpone will be 15 days before the start of the trek. You can book any slot for the same trek in the next 2 months (61 days) which will totally depend on the availability. You will have to confirm your slot for your future trek 15 days prior to that trek. Failing to book the slot in 2 motnhs (61 days) time, would be considered a cancellation with no refund of anykind. The 2 months (61 days) time fram will be from the start date of the initial trek you booked for. Postpone of a booked trek can only be done once. *Conditions Apply.
2. You can transfer your booked slot for the trek to any fit person till 15 days before the trek. You just have to mail us the request and rest we will handle. The new person has to get all the mandatory documents duly signed for the trek.
FAQs and Reviews
1. When will there be snow on this trek? Can it be done in Snow?
It also has a Snow in the months of March till Mid April, you can very much do this trek in the snow season, the path is traversable, it will be a little more difficult than the other seasons, trekking gear also drastically changes, the weather conditions are harsher and you will need to be experienced if you are opting for the snow trekking months.
2. What things we need to carry? What type of food is served during this trek?
The Har ki dun Trek is of 7 days, do you need to pack your clothes accordingly. Other than that, basic survival kit would include, a first aid kit, flashlights, head torch, extra layers, 2 to 3 pairs of socks, water bottle, toiletries, slippers. At Trekmunk, we only serve vegetarian food between a number of meals. The day starts with a bed lemon ginger tea, followed by a hearty breakfast. Lunch is served after you reach the next campsite or is packed to consume en-route if the trail is long for that particular day. In the evening, you will be served with tea and finger-licking snacks and as the sun sets and the stars rise, the dinner will be ready just before you retire to your tents with some hot bournvita milk in your tummies.
3. Will backpacks, raincoats and other equipment be available for rent?
If you are a first-time trekker, renting things might be a good option as you might or might not use them again in the future. However, if you are a frequent trekker, you should form a gear kit of your own. We at Trekmunk rent out ponchos and trekking poles. If you wish to rent any of those, just shoot us an email and we can get it arranged.
4. Who will be there with us on the trek?
Usually, you will have a guide who is aware of the whole route and with whom you will never get lost even during the night. There will be a cook who will ensure your stomach is well fed at all times. There will be porters and if you wish to hire a porter personally for yourself then he can also join the group. There are also mules that will accompany you, they often carry bulky luggage like tents, utensils, etc, the animals depend on the region you are trekking.
5. What are the washroom/toilet facilities like ?
A toilet tent is set out in the open apart from the campsite. A hole will be dug in the ground for you to do your business. Make sure you cover it up nicely with loose mud once you are done. Cleanliness and hygiene are definitely maintained and it is totally safe to use temporary toilets.
6. What are the interesting places to visit if I have time before or after the trek?
The base camp, i.e. Sankri, has a variety of things to do, you can visit the Old Village temple, do yoga classes, try out the herbal tea which is very popular in the area, have a small picnic at the place, or just simply stroll in the village, another popular thing which many tourists do is get snapshots of them wearing the local traditional clothes of the village, it is a memory you will cherish forever! You can always shop for souvenirs and little handicrafts to take back home and bring a little bit of Sankri with you.
15. Which type of shoes should I buy for this trek?
The type of shoes necessary for the trek depends on what kind of protection you are looking for. You need to look at the padding the ankle protection, insulation, rubber protection, strength and stitches, size and fitting as well. Ankle type is low rise, mid-rise and high rise you can choose from a variety of brands like the North Face, Merrell, Forclaz and other brands that are exclusively making shoes for trekking. Typically, you should opt for a high ankle, waterproof pair.
7. Trekking pole, is it necessary?
For this Trek you will be needing a trekking pole as this trek is known for its steep slopes and climbs, where you will definitely need external support to preserve your energy and also give you a boost of energy to climb the mountain top.
8. Can I take my child along on this trek? What is the minimum and maximum age limit?
As far as this trek is considered, yes you can take children, but the minimum age for this trek is 8.
9. What kind of Tents and Sleeping bags are provided to us on trek?
The tents and sleeping bags are always according to the weather, season and altitude of your trek, so the protection of your sleeping bags will be according to the varying temperatures it can withstand.
10. Can I leave traveling clothes in basecamp behind and collect them after the trek?
You may leave your extra luggage or the luggage you do not intend to carry with you on the trip to the peak at your hotel cloakroom.
11. Would we be able to expect rain during the trek to this trek? What will we do if it rains?
Since the har-ki dun trek is at a high altitude, therefore you can never expect weather to be predictable, it changes like the skin of a chameleon and you should be fully prepared and equipped for rains. If it rains you can easily get one thing straight which is to keep yourself and your gear protected, the best solution would be a poncho or raincoat with an additional rain cover for your backpack, other than that tents always tend to be strong and can withstand heavy rains and storms, so don’t worry about that.
12. Is there a doctor going with us on the trek?
Usually, no certified doctor accompanies you on the trek, however, the trek leaders are well aware of the conditions of people and what medication they might need at a time of distress or an injury. Our trek leaders are fully equipped and trained to handle any medical emergency and hence, you can always rely on the trek leaders.
13. Do we get mobile network on the trek?
The Trek as you know is located in the state of Uttarakhand, which has very few areas where people have settled in huge colonies, therefore it is not possible to find mobile network anywhere and everywhere. BSNL which is a huge Indian telecommunications company is what works best in remote location, this is what they are known for, so you can either buy this sim or wait for a better location.
14. Are smoking and drinking allowed ?
Smoking or drinking is not at all allowed in any trek. Alcohol consumption is strictly banned as it can cause dehydration that can further lead to AMS.
15. Is diamox advisable?
During the Trek there is a chance that you could suffer from Altitude Mountain Sickness, so to prevent then people often take Diamox (Acetazolamide) to prevent and reduce symptoms of AMS like headache, nausea, shortness of breath and dizziness. Other than that, if you naturally want to avoid AMS then you should trek very slowly and giving your body the time to acclimatize. But, consult your trek leader and your doctor before making a decision. They are the only 2 best people who can suggest to you whether or not to do a course on Diamox.
16. How big are the groups?
At Trekmunk, we take a maximum of 16 trekkers in a batch. It is usually preferred if the trekking groups are smaller.
17. Is it safe for female solo travellers to go in a fixed departure group with Trekmunk?
During trek women safety is a very important issue we take in hand, we make sure that women participating in the trek are comfortable and safe at all times. Women are also provided separate tents and washrooms. We respect women and understand it is very difficult to step out solo without feeling skeptical about your safety but rest assured, we take full responsibility and care of women travelers and you are safe with us.
18. I can’t carry my bag can anyone carry it for me ( Portrage/Offloading of bags?)
Though we prefer you carry your own bags, if you wish to offload your bags, just inform us and we can arrange it for you. The porter will easily be able to get you through the journey.
19. How many trekkers will be in one tent?
The maximum capacity of a tent is 2 people. We tend to have 2 people sharing tents that are practical and give proper spacing.
20. Do you think I should bring some medicines with me?
A first aid kit is a must, but if you are suffering from problems or have to regularly take medicines, then surely you should bring them with you. Other than that, whatever medicines you feel are necessary and might come to use during emergency or sickness should be kept in your first aid kit. Medicines like Paracetamol, Disprin, Crocin, Diamox, Avil, Combiflam, Norflox, Crepe Bandage, Digene etcetera are the basic medicines that everyone should have in their backpacks. You should also carry packets of ORS because many people get dehydrated and need salts to normalize their bodies, so keep it on your kit as well.
Trek Dates and Prices
|Trek Package Confirmed Dates||Trek Status Availabilty||Price (Per Person) Excluding Flights||Price (Per Person) Including Flights|
March 8, 2020 - March 14, 2020
March 15, 2020 - March 21, 2020
March 21, 2020 - March 27, 2020
March 29, 2020 - April 4, 2020
April 5, 2020 - April 11, 2020
April 6, 2020 - April 12, 2020
April 12, 2020 - April 18, 2020
April 19, 2020 - April 25, 2020
April 26, 2020 - May 2, 2020