About Chadar Trek Expedition :

Chadar trek, also known as the frozen river trek is one of the most unique and challenging treks in Ladakh region in India. It is absolutely surreal to trek upon the frozen waters of Zanskar River, as the arduous mountain trail on the ice-clogged river passes through valleys, mountain caves and frozen waterfalls. In fact, one of the highlights of this Chadar trek package is to show you the most magnificent Nerak waterfall, which is frozen completely from top to bottom. The temperature here may dip to below minus 10 degrees and yet the frozen river trek attracts thousands of trekkers from all around the world. The river Zanskar freezes over in the winters and creates a sheet of ice on it, hence the name ‘Chadar’. Mid-January to mid-February is the best time for Chadar trek. The frozen Zanskar river is basically a connecting link between the villages of Zanskar Valley and town of Chilling in Ladakh. In the months of extreme winter, it acts as the only and the most stable way of staying connected to the rest of the world for the people here.

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  1. OUTING DATES

    Batch 01 : 6th – 14th January 2020

  2. SHORT INFORMATION

    Category : Trekking
    Level : Difficult – Challenging
    Duration : 8 Night / 9 Days
    Meeting Place : Leh

  3. TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

    1. Exploring Leh on foot, knowing the locals, and the fun preparations for the trek.
    2. Scenic drive to Shingra Koma.
    3. The first trekking snow patch to Tsomo Paldar and the beautiful campsite.
    4. Trek towards Tibb cave and see striking frozen waterfalls en-route.
    5. The climax of the Chadar trek – Nerak the frozen waterfall
    6. Journey from Tibb to Shingra Koma, crossing Gyalpo. One can observe pugmarks of wild animals like snow leopards, ibex and foxes.

  4. ITINERARY

    Day 01 – Arrival at Leh 
    Leh is the second largest district in the country, situated at an altitude of more than 3500 meters above sea level. During winters, as most passes connecting to Leh are closed, you will be flown to the highest airport in the world, Leh airport. As soon you touch the ground, you will be feeling dry and cold air, but what will take all your attention is the haughty, snow-capped mountains around you; a sight to be remembered forever. After completing the arrival formalities, we will take a taxi and leave for the pre-arranged hotel. Enjoy an overnight stay in the hotel.

    Day 2 – Acclimatization Day 
    As per the regulations and keeping in mind the health problems that trekkers might face (AMS), anyone doing the Chadar Trek should at least spend two days in Leh for the body to get fully acclimatized to the weather conditions. It is unalterable and it is essential and is to be strictly followed by every trekker. Trekkers can spend the day by visiting the places around the city.

    Day 3 – Getting a medical check-up at SNM Hospital 
    Due to the perplexing nature of this specific trek, it is mandatory according to the government, for participants to obtain medical certification before undertaking frozen river trek. A clearance certificate will be issued after a medical check-up only when satisfactorily fit and acclimatized for the trek.

    Day 4 – Drive from Leh to Base Camp 
    On day 5 of your Chadar trek, have a wholesome breakfast and a hot cup of tea that will reactivate your senses in the morning in such subzero conditions. As you start trekking towards Tibb cave which is our next campsite. This trek route has some of the most attention-grabbing frozen waterfalls that one can encounter. Lunch will be served midway to Tibb cave. After walking for a couple of hours you’ll reach your campsite, you will be camping near the Tibb cave which is encircled by dry sand.

    Day 5 – Trek Tsomo Paldar to Tibb (15kms / 7-8 hrs.)
    On day 5 of your Chadar trek, have a wholesome breakfast and a hot cup of tea that will reactivate your senses in the morning in such subzero conditions. As you start trekking towards Tibb cave which is our next campsite. This trek route has some of the most attention-grabbing frozen waterfalls that one can encounter. Lunch will be served midway to Tibb cave. After walking for a couple of hours you’ll reach your campsite, you will be camping near the Tibb cave which is encircled by dry sand.

    Day 6 – Trek Tsomo Paldar to Tibb (15kms / 7-8 hrs.)
    The Chadar trek package also includes going towards the most awaited campsite of the trek- Nerak (the frozen waterfall). It is the most iconic landmark of the frozen river trek and the route is almost 13km. You will be served hot lunch on your way to the campsite. Considerably, Nerak will be the coldest campsite on the trek where the temperature goes down to minus 30 degrees during the night. It is advised that the trekkers wear proper layers to stay warm in the freezing cold. If we are able to reach the waterfall on time, there are chances we might visit Nerak Village as well. From the waterfall, the camps will be at a distance of 15-20 minutes. The weather patterns can get unpredictable on the Chadar trek. There are times where you might find that the formation of Chadar no longer exists and at some places a new layer of Chadar is formed. Even though the route remains unchanged, it’s amazing to see how different it appears while we return.

    Day 7 – Trek Naerak to Tibb (13kms / 5-6 hrs.)
    Today, we return to Tibb. As the river can rapidly react to any change in the temperature, the return route will not be easy. The icy river might have taken a completely new form by this time. You can click pictures on your way back and admire the beauty of the nature.

    Day 8 – Tibb to Shingra Koma & Back to Leh (9kms Trek and 5-6kms/ 75kms drive, 4-5 hrs.)
    Today, leave Tibb after having a hot breakfast and move towards Shingra Koma, crossing Gyalpo. On the way you will get to see high mountains and observe pugmarks of wild animals like snow leopards, ibex and foxes. If you are lucky enough, you just might spot a leopard; and in any case you do not, then at least be sure, you would be watched by them. Drive back to Leh in the evening and stay overnight at the hotel.

    Day 9 – Departure from Leh
    Today, check out and leave for Leh airport. As you have accomplished the challenging trek, you will feel proud of yourself and the Chadar trek ends with smiles and happy memories.

  5. PRICE

    Tour Price : Rs. 24,500/- per person + Tax as applicable
    For Lifetime Member : Rs. 23,999/- per member + Tax as applicable
    For Lifetime Membership Details (Rs.1000/- only), click here

    Inclusions :
    1. Accommodation in Guest house/ Hotel in Leh on the 01st – 2nd – 3rd Day and the last day; and during the trek camping in Dome Tents according to the itinerary.
    2. Veg Meal throughout the tour from Dinner on the first day to breakfast on last day.
    3. Well experienced and qualified trek leader, guide and the support staff.
    4. First aid kit along with the oxygen cylinder.
    5. Transport from Hotel/Guest house to trekking point and return.

    Exclusions :
    1. Airport picks and drops.
    2. Leh Permit – Medical cost.
    3. Personal expenses
    4. Travel insurance.
    5. Porters to carry personal luggage.
    6. Tips, Local Sight Seeing and anything which is not specifically mentioned in the cost inclusions.

    Equipment’s we provide:
    (a) Dome shaped tents.
    (b) Thick mattress
    (c) Sleeping Bag
    (d) Dinning tent
    (e) Toilet tent
    (f) Kitchen tent
    (g) Rope
    (h) Ice axe
    (i) Shovel
    (j) Medicines: First aid kit
    (k) Oxygen cylinder
    {l} Staff: Professional trek leader
    (m) Professional local route guide
    (n) Professional local cook
    (o) Professional local Porters and staff

    Terms and Conditions:
    1. How to reach:
    (a) Flight operators: Air India, Go Air.
    (b) The flight tickets get very expensive at the last hour; it is advisable to book your tickets well in advance to get a cheap fair.
    2. Permit Fees – Medical fees – Insurance – Govt. Trekking Fess etc. of Approx.Rs.5,080/-.
    3. If you don’t want to continue Chadar Trek once you arrive in Leh –or you are not physically well and want to stay back then there will be additional charges for the same.
    4. During Chadar Trail Trekking Days (4th to the 8th day as per schedule) –if you wish to come back to Leh – there will be additional charges for the same.
    5. For any Medical Emergency or Accident – Please note: The whole responsibility will be yours and expenses will be paid by you. The organization will not be held responsible for the same. The trek leaders will help you to reach the hospital and even help you out with all the arrangements that may be required during that time.

    Note: It is expected to carry your personal luggage on your own during the trek as you are challenging yourself against the odds, but in some cases if someone feels tired, the porters can carry your extra personal luggage for a fee of Approx. INR 800 per bag per day.

    How to make this Chadar Trek a memorable one?
    1. The Mountain Sports Academy and Conserved Outdoors company always aim for responsible and sustainable tourism, and as a team we also believe your participation and cooperation in achieving our goal, since you will be trekking in an eco-friendly zone with varieties of flora and fauna, make sure that you do not litter this environment which are home for many endangered species and also make sure to bring back the waste produced during the trek for proper disposal.
    2. Educate yourself about the environment, ecology, customs and traditions of Ladakh. Minimize your carbon footprint by avoiding and not using plastics of any kind.
    3. Keep all pollutants away from the river, streams and other water sources. Do not urinate or defecate near water sources or camping ground.
    4. Ladakh is rich in monasteries, other religious and historical sites, keeping in view the sanctity, abide by the guidelines and follow the instruction set by the local authorities.
    5. Do not interfere, interrupt or disturb the locals you encounter during the trek, respect the privacy of the host; always seek permission before taking their pictures.
    6. Do not carry any sort of drugs or alcohol, refrain from these activities.
    7. Take happy memories and leave nothing but your footprints.

    Note: Abide and follow the instructions given by the trek leader/guide in order to make this trek a lifetime memorable.

  6. CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICY

    1. If Tour/Event/Activity cancellation done by participant prior to 90 days of Tour/Event/Activity 80% of total price will be refunded.
    2. If Tour/Event/Activity cancellation done by participant prior to 60 days of Tour/Event/Activity 60% of total price will be refunded.
    3. If Tour/Event/Activity cancellation done by participant prior to 30 days of Tour/Event/Activity No refund will be provided.

  7. THINGS TO CARRY

    Things to carry : Id Proof Compulsory

     

    • Personal bag/belonging
    • waterproof backpack with a capacity of 70ltr
    • Personal sleeping bag
    • Water bottle.
    • Walking stick/trekking pole.
    • Head torch with spare batteries.
    • Trekking/hiking shoes.
    • Minimum 2-3 pair water proof trek pants.
    • Woolen thermal inner vest and lower.
    • Woollen 6-7 pair socks.
    • A woolen and a water proof gloves.
    • Woolen monkey cap.
    • Woolen Mufflers.
    • Water proof/windcheater jacket.
    • Woolen full sleeve sweaters.
    • Woolen socks.
    • Trekking socks.
    • U/V protected sun glass.
    • Sunscreen lotion SPF40+.
    • Cold cream and body lotion.
    • Water purifying tablets.
    • Toiletries (Towel, Toilet paper, hand sanitizer, hand wash soaps, toothpaste etc).
    • Hot water bottle.
    • Dry fruits and chocolate bars/ energy bars.
    • Medicines: Like, Avomine, Avil 25mg, Betadine, Band aid, Cotton, Crepe bandage 2 roll, Crocin, Combiflam , Diamox, Disprin, Digene, Norflox, , Gauze cloth, Leukoplast, Oral dehydration Salts like Electral/Enerzal, Pain relieving spray like Volini/Moov.
    • Documents: ID proof like: passport, voter’s card, Aadhar card, driving license etc./ Medical fitness certificate. Self-declaration/ Indemnity certificate/Passport size photos 04 no’s

     

     

  8. FAQS

    With Chadar being a one of a kind trek and a popular one, people always tend to have a lot of questions about the trek. Here’s listing a few FAQs, answered.

    Hope this helps in clearing some air about the Chadar trek.

    1. Will Leh be accessible by road then? Rohtang pass shuts down then, but am not sure of the Kashmir route?
    Leh would not be accessible by the road at all. You will have to fly in & out.

    2. How cold does it get on the Chadar Trek?
    The toughest part about this trek is to deal with the extremely low temperatures, day in & out. On a bad day, the min temperatures can drop down to -30 deg C. Average day time temperatures are about -18 deg C. On a sunny day you would not be able to make much difference between -5 deg & -18 deg C. It is only when the winds start blowing or if your body part is wet that you will understand that it is much colder. Temperature in Leh ranges between –10 to -15 deg. C

    3. Can Chadar be my first Trek?
    Apart from the extreme cold and the glassy terrain, Chadar is not a difficult trek. There is hardly any gain in altitude. You would always be between 3400m to 3700m. Once you have acclimatized, you should not have any high-altitude related problems on this trek. Next, the trek is not very rigorous. You do not have to be super fit to do this trek. All we are doing is walking carefully on ice with occasional crossings over rocks if the chadar is broken. Walking on ice is also something you will pick up pretty fast. Clients normally have problems adjusting to the penguin gait on the first day and do take a few falls. But from the second day itself you can see the confidence in their strides.
    This trek is a lot about preparation (gear wise) to deal with cold temperatures. If you are well kitted out and reasonably fit you will enjoy the magnificent scenery in the gorge, if not it can be quite tough. Keeping all this in mind, yes, Chadar can be your first trek.

    4. How do I need to prepare for physical fitness? I mean what is the basic threshold? Is it like being able to run 4 kms in 30 mins or what?
    Physically it is not very taxing as there are no steep ascents & descents. You walk on the surface of the frozen river & the walk is always quite flat unless sometimes when the Chadar is not very well formed one would need to scramble up the slopes for some time. If you follow some fitness regime, just continue doing that. If not, you can do some cardio exercises (running, swimming, cycling, skipping or playing some sport) – at least 30 min 2-3 times a week should be good enough. Preparation in terms of gear & dealing with the cold is more important on this trip than physical preparation.

    5. Are Hotels open during the winters?
    Once upon a time, hardly any tourists visited Ladakh in the Winters. Over the years, the popularity of the Chadar Trek and the prospect of spotting snow Leopards have increased the tourist influx in the Winters too. But compared to the Summers only a select few hotels are open during the Winters. There are many small guest houses operational too.

    6. Do Hotels have running water?
    There is no running water in most of the hotels during the winters. The extreme temperatures (-10 to -20 deg C) freeze the water in the pipes which leads to rupturing of the water lines. The only method is to deliver hot water in buckets to the hotel rooms. A select few hotels these days have running water wherein they use motors to circulate water in the pipes throughout the night when temperatures are coldest and water tends to freeze if not moving.

    7. What are the facilities in a Homestay? How different are they to Hotels?
    Like the name goes, Homestays are extremely different from a regular Hotel. Homestays generally have a few extra rooms which are given out to guests visiting Ladakh/Zanskar. Lingshed, Zangla and Karsha have excellent homestays with Bukhari (heater) in the living room which warms up the whole room in a matter of minutes. Some Homestays use the Bukhari for cooking or just heating the Water.
    These homestays have wood stocked for the Winter months and ration it all through the season to keep the Bukhari going. The rooms are spacious and clean and the toilets are dry, compost pits. The best part about homestays are the hosts who are extremely warm and hospitable.

    8. Is the Leh Market open in Winters?
    Most of the Kashmiri shops selling items like shawls, carpets, masks and curio that abound the market in the summers are all shut. Most of the big eating joints are also closed. The small eating joints selling simple Indian and Tibetan Food are open.

    9. What kind of footwear do I need to wear on this trek?
    Most of the local porter’s wear gumboots on the Chadar Trek which are easily available in Leh. This seems to be the most practical and inexpensive option for walking on ice. A lot of people do the whole trek with gumboots; however, it is not easy walking in them all the time. At times when Chadar does not freeze very well, we advise people to use gum boots. Gum Boots are easily available for cheap in Leh (Rs. 400 to 500),

    10. Do I have to wear crampons?
    We don’t think you should wear crampons as it’s quite tiring to walk with crampons the whole day. It’s also not easy to walk with them on uneven terrain and at places where the Chadar is not thick enough it can break open the surface.

    11. Do I need a fleece Jacket or a down Jacket?
    Yes, you need both a fleece Jacket and a down Jacket… and good ones! It is cold throughout. You can normally do with just a fleece while walking since your body is generating enough heat. But once you reach Campsite and, in the evenings, a good down jacket is a must.

    12. How are the duffel bags and camping equipment transported from Camp to Camp?
    Porters are the mainstay for transporting luggage on Chadar Trek. Most of the porters come from Zanskar and walk the chadar four times to complete one trek with clients. Lucky ones get to do 3 to 4 in one season. The loads that the porters carry is about 20Kg+. Most of the time, loads are tied to sledges and are pulled on ice. At places where the chadar is broken, is where the load is actually lifted on the back like a big backpack. Apart from the load given to them, porters have their personal bags and their own ration that they carry.

    13. Does drinking water freeze on Chadar? How can we counter that?
    Drinking water needs to be kept adequately warm to counter freezing. You are normally given hot water in the mornings in your water bottles. You can keep this inside your day sack instead of the side pocket to avoid freezing. Buying a water bottle sleeve ensures that it does not freeze. We also suggest clients to carry a 1-liter Thermos apart from their regular bottles to keep the water warm which could be used for drinking tea or warm juice on the trail.

    14. What kind of sleeping bags would work on the Chadar Trek?
    You need sleeping bags that should withstand at least -20 degree Celsius. Such sleeping bags are used only by mountaineers climbing summits above 6000m+ in the Himalaya or people who do winter expeditions. MSA rents out excellent sleeping bags for clients signing up on the Chadar Trek. These sleeping bags come in 2 layers – a Down Inner and a Holofil Outer and are generally similar to the ones used by the Indian Army on the Siachen Glacier where temperatures can get severe. These sleeping bags have been successfully used on the Chadar Trek and are great to keep you warm during those bitterly cold nights.

    15. What kind of Lunch is served during the Chadar?
    Lunch is generally prepared fresh and hot right mid-way through the trek. This works better than serving packed Lunch.

    16. Will we light a campfire at Camps on the Chadar Trek?
    Strictly “NO”

    17. What is the group size?
    We do not take more than 12 on any trip on Chadar.

    18. As I have time in hand, and I haven’t been to Leh ever, I want to reach few days prior to your trip schedule. I was thinking about 5 days in advance, what do you suggest?
    Leh in winters is a different planet – everything is shut, there are only a few shops which open up & which sell the essentials required by the locals. Don’t think you would like to arrive much earlier as the trip is anyways 3 days longer. A couple of days ahead would be more than enough. About possible places where you could go – You can visit some monasteries close by. We also take people out to a monastery or two on our acclimatization day in Leh.
    In the winters the temperatures are really low & a lot of homestays / hotels / guest houses are not centrally heated. You anyways are doing an 8N/9D trek. I guess by the end of it you would be quite fed up with the cold & would really want to get out & thaw yourself in a warmer place.

    19. My hands and feet get excessively cold. I read about these hand warmers which are easily available at Leh. Do you think it makes sense to buy these?
    If you tend to freeze quite quickly, it is not a bad idea to have hand & toe warmers for a bad weather day. Now, Warmer’s are easily available in India and work very well in the mountains.

    20. What about that walking stick kind of thing?
    A pair of walking poles is essential. Walking Sticks are essential on the Chadar Trek. They help in balancing on ice and also checking its thickness

    21. What is the status at chadar for phone network, accessibility for communication?
    You have phone connectivity only in Leh. On the trek there is no connectivity. The villages do have a satellite phone each installed by the government, which you can use by paying a minimal charge, but connectivity is not very reliable.

    22. What kind of cameras would work/not work in that weather?
    Any camera would work; it is batteries which is a problem. When the temperatures are low the batteries discharge faster. If you intend to take a lot of pictures on the trek, we recommend that you carry a couple of spare batteries with you and keep them wrapped up and warm in the nights.

    23. I have usually not used mobile cameras but now may want to. Is there any provision for keeping batteries charged?
    Carry a power bank and use your mobile sparingly, just to take pictures.

    24. What are the common injuries on Chadar Trek?
    Most times serious injuries on Chadar are always a result of slipping and taking bad falls on ice. Be very careful while walking on blue glassy ice surfaces which are most slippery! A thin layer of snow on the ice actually helps in increasing the traction to the ice. All this can be avoided by being a little cautious and using walking poles.

    25. What are the medical facilities available during trekking?
    We carry a first-aid kit are available with us. Also, Insurance Co. and Leh Association is having a Small Medical Checkup Center – Near Tilad Sumdo Camp Site.

    26. Should I take my first-aid kit or some general medicines along with me while on the trek?
    Yes, you should always carry your own personal first-aid kit with you. Will provide you a list that what to carry.

    27. How many members or trekkers will be sleeping in one tent?
    2 or 3 People in one Tent

    28. What are the general things or equipment’s we need to carry?
    Please refer Things to Carry mentioned on the website.

    29. What are the Sanitary Facilities?
    Sanitary facilities will be provided to you as Toilet tents. You might also have to go behind the rocks at some places in groups.

    30. What if we fall in the freezing river?
    We ensure that the layer or chadar of the river will be thick enough to walk but still falling in freezing water or river can be dangerous or risky. You just need to be careful and follow the footsteps of our trek leader who ensure that chadar is thick enough to walk or hold the pressure of a person. Our Tour guides and porters are experienced enough to handle such situations.

    31. Can we intake alcohol during the trek?
    No, it is not advisable to intake alcohol during trek as having any drug or alcohol will make you unwell and develop symptoms of AMS. In any such case, the trekker needs to get back to Leh (down to lower altitude) immediately. So, say no to alcohol or Smoking while trekking or on heights.

    32. What are the edibles that we need to carry along with us?
    You might like to carry energy drinks, cookies, chocolates, dry fruits and nuts as they all consist of high calories which give you energy. Rest, fresh food will be provided to you during the trekking.

    33. What would be the survival level of the phones and cameras or batteries?
    Cameras and electronics etc. generally do well at high altitude, but the batteries tend to die out very quickly in the subzero temperatures. So, carry the extra batteries when on the trek and keep them warm. Put them in woolen socks or gloves or in the inner pockets of your jackets close to your body temperature. While sleeping in the sleeping bags, you can keep them probably in the socks you would wear. The frozen batteries also revive when you warm them up. Your hard drives might crash by the altitude sickness (read air pressure) in the trek, so keep them back at Leh hotel.

    34. Who will bear the cost if in case any trekker gets unwell and need to be taken back to the camps or Leh?
    In case any trekker is unwell and unable to continue with the trek, he/she will have to bear the additional cost. The additional cost is of transport, meal & extra medical facilities to travel back to Leh.

    35. What is the mode of Payment?
    You can transfer via Cash/NEFT/UPI to our Bank accounts. 40% should be transferred while booking the tour. The balance payment to be made by max. 25th December 2019.

    36. Is flight cost included?
    No, flight cost is not included in the given price of the tour. However, we can assist you with the flight bookings at the best possible cost.

    37. Are Airport Transfers provided?
    No

    38. How much money we need to take along with us to Leh?
    We do not advise carrying too much money or precious things on trek, as all the stuff will be given to you which includes tents, meals, porters which will be required during the trek. Only carry the amount of money you might spend in Leh.

    39. What is the availability of hot & safe water during trekking?
    Stoves will be carried by porter. Zanskar river water will be used as drinking water after boiling. Do carry your insulated water bottle.

    40. Is there any need for preparation for physical fitness and what are the challenges that we may face there?
    Yes, you should be fit physically. It is advisable to start some workout (cardio possibly) a month before you start the trek. Running, swimming or yoga are some good options to start with. If you are a regular office going person with long sitting hours, the underlying task is to let the heart and the lungs get used to working out so that the trek for 5-6 hours on Chadar is not a sudden variation for your body.

    41. What kind of clothing I need to carry or bring from our end during trek?
    We will give you a list to refer while packing your bags. All the queries shall be addressed on the call or WhatsApp group.

    42. What about accommodations during Chadar trek?
    During chadar trek season, most of the hotels will be closed at Leh. Accomodation’s will be provided in standard & comfortable hotels – 2 or 3 People in One Room. Rest the whole tour is about trekking. During trekking, portable tents will be provided to you.

    43. Do you provide any non-veg meal during chadar trek?
    Only Veg. Food Available

    44. What if Chadar trek ends midway due to worse condition of weather or any other external reason? How much refund can I expect?
    After the start of the trek, if trek gets cancelled due to bad weather/ army interference or for any other unforeseen circumstances then no refund is possible.

    45. How many guides will be there in the group?
    There will be 2 trek leaders/ guides/ Coordinators for every 10/12 trekkers.

    46. Is clothing on rent available?
    Fleece Jacket, Down Jacket, Double Layer fleece/ water resistant pants available on rent at MSA, Gorai

    47. What if I fail in Medical?
    Participants who could not clear medical examination or does not get necessary permit for the Chadar trek has to bear all the cost of stay at Leh, food and any other expenses till the entire group returns on schedule date from the trek.

    48. If the Chadar trek gets cancelled before we proceed for the same?
    Due to any reasons beyond our control or poor ice layer formation on the Zanskar River, no refund will be made, but we will try our best to organize a substitute tour in Leh around only.

    Most Important
    Participants has to bear any additional Expenses/ cost incidental to any change in the itinerary / stay caused by reason beyond our control such as Natural Calamities (Land Slides, Floods etc.), any accidents, medical evacuations, riots, strikes, evacuation costs, flight cancellation for any reasons including bad weather, etc.

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