Before embarking on any trekking or hiking trip, it’s important to be aware of the risks involved and take all necessary precautions to ensure your safety.

DISCLAIMER: Trekking or hiking is inherently risky and can be dangerous. Participants in this trek acknowledge that they are aware of the risks involved and accept full responsibility for their own safety. The organizers of this trek, including any guides or assistants, are not responsible for any injury, loss, or damage to personal property that may occur during the course of the trek.

Participants are expected to be physically and mentally fit to undertake the trek, and any health or medical conditions must be disclosed to the organizers prior to the trek. Participants are also responsible for bringing their own suitable clothing, equipment, and supplies, including but not limited to proper footwear, food, water, and shelter.

The organizers reserve the right to cancel or modify the trek due to weather conditions, unforeseen circumstances, or any other reason deemed necessary for the safety of participants.

By participating in this trek, participants agree to follow all instructions and guidelines provided by the organizers and to act responsibly and respectfully towards fellow participants, guides, and the environment.

You will have to sign an undertaking before the trip starts, failing to which you will be denied service.