Day 1: Dehradun to Barsu Village (Drive 210 km/ 9 hours) You’ll meet your trekking group at Dehradun and then travel by road to Barsu Village, which is the starting point of the trek. The journey takes you through scenic valleys, small towns, and mountain passes.

Day 2: Barsu Village to Barnala Tal (Trek 5 km/ 4 hours) After breakfast, you’ll start your trek towards Barnala Tal, a beautiful lake surrounded by meadows. The trail is moderately steep and takes you through dense forests of oak and rhododendron trees.

Day 3: Barnala Tal to Dayara Bugyal (Trek 6 km/ 5 hours) After breakfast, you’ll trek towards Dayara Bugyal, one of the most beautiful meadows in the region. The trek takes you through a series of switchbacks, meadows, and streams, providing stunning views of the surrounding mountains.

Day 4: Dayara Bugyal to Bakaria Top (Trek 6 km/ 4 hours) You’ll start early in the morning to climb Bakaria Top, which is the highest point of the trek. The climb is moderately steep but rewarding, offering panoramic views of snow-capped peaks and valleys. After spending some time at the summit, you’ll descend back to Dayara Bugyal.

Day 5: Dayara Bugyal to Barsu Village (Trek 11 km/ 6 hours) After breakfast, you’ll start your descent towards Barsu Village, which is the endpoint of the trek. The trek takes you through meadows and small villages, providing a glimpse of the local culture and way of life.

Day 6: Barsu Village to Dehradun (Drive 210 km/ 9 hours) After breakfast, you’ll depart from Barsu Village and drive back to Dehradun, where you’ll bid farewell to your fellow trekkers and the trekking team.

Here’s an estimate of the cost for a 6-day Dayara Bugyal Trek for one person:

  • Trekking Permit Fee: INR 2,000
  • Guide Fee: INR 1,000 per day x 6 days = INR 6,000
  • Porter Fee: INR 800 per day x 6 days = INR 4,800
  • Camping Equipment Rental (tent, sleeping bag, mattress, etc.): INR 2,000
  • Food and Accommodation: INR 1,200 per day x 6 days = INR 7,200
  • Transportation (Dehradun to Barsu Village and back): INR 6,000
  • Miscellaneous Expenses: INR 1,500

Total Cost: INR 29,500

Note that this is just an estimate and the actual cost may vary depending on the trekking agency and the package you choose. It’s alway