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As the cold chills approach and engulf the Mighty Himalayas, here is your chance to immerse yourself in a two-day journey through warm and intense sweat lodge sessions, dancing to wild African live beats and listening to a feminine mys

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As the cold chills approach and engulf the Mighty Himalayas, here is your chance to immerse yourself in a two-day journey through warm and intense sweat lodge sessions, dancing to wild African live beats and listening to a feminine mystic with healing and tarots to take you to your future. After all its ''Halloween", let's get scared with the spirits from the Himalayas and summon the creepy inner ourselves and have a blast around the campfire and billion stars in our wild, remote base camp - NagKyarki.

Nag Kyarki Camp: Nag Kyarki means fields that are protected by the snake god of Himalayas. Our location lies near the vicinity of the old forest of Oak and Rhododendron with the views of Shivalik Himalayas at the altitude of 1900m approx above mean sea level. This base camp is created keeping in mind the sustainable use of resources and conservation of the environment. Our team is highly qualified regarding forest conservation, trekking and camping activities. The activities provided at the event are done by professionals of the particular field.
Tarot reading by Kashish Chibbar Sharma:
Tarot card reading is the practice of using tarot cards to gain insight into the past, present or future by formulating a question, then drawing and interpreting cards. Reading tarot cards is a type of cartomancy.
Sweat lodge:
A sweat lodge is a low profile hut, typically dome-shaped or oblong, and made with natural materials. The structure is the lodge, and the ceremony performed within the structure may be called a purification ceremony or simply a sweat. Traditionally the structure is simple, constructed of saplings covered with blankets and sometimes animal skins. Originally, it was only used by some of the Indigenous peoples of the Americas, notably the Plains Indians, but with the rise of pan-Indianism, numerous nations that did not originally have the sweat lodge ceremony have adopted it.
Djembe performance by Roy Roberts:
A djembe or jembe is a rope-tuned skin-covered goblet drum played with bare hands, originally from West Africa. According to the Bambara people in Mali, the name of the djembe comes from the saying "Anke djé, anke bé" which translates to "everyone gathers together in peace" and defines the drum's purpose. In the Bambara language, "djé" is the verb for "gather" and "bé" translates as "peace."
The djembe can produce a wide variety of sounds, making it a most versatile drum. The drum is very loud, allowing it to be heard clearly as a solo instrument over a large percussion ensemble. The Malinké people say that a skilled drummer is one who "can make the djembe talk", meaning that the player can tell an emotional story.

Artists Performing

Roy Roberts:
About Roy,
Every heartbeat is in a rhythm. The gushing sound of blood through the body is music. Breath is a timed melody. These were the revelations of a young Roy Roberts as he grew up exploring Percussions as his way of expression. Just out of school he played the drums for many rock bands and also played for his local church choir, leading the Praise and Worship sessions.
Roy Roberts suffered an early Heart attack at the age of 29. The life-threatening incident led him to explore Meditation and Music as a Practice. Roy facilitates Drum Circles with a Healing African Drum, called the Djembe. His approach merges the African Polyrhythms & the Alpha Brain Waves, creating a Moment of Musicality. People who have never played a Musical Instrument before making Music in perfect Harmony, Collectively.
The explorations led him to The Mystic Osho and His works. Roy, an Osho Sanyasi since 2016 is enthralled living a life of Meditation (Buddha) and Celebration (Zorba) and would like to share the Rainbow Vibe of love and light, his life testimony, through his Music, with the world.
Kashish Chibbar Sharma:
About Kashish,
The Mad Hatter Who Wears Multiple Hats, From Being a Tarot Conversationalist, An Eye Gazer, A Past Life Regression Therapist, A Channel for Departed Souls She is an Energy Worker spreading her Light through her Bohemian Heart with the various Gifts imparted to her.
The desires that need to transpire through her are leading through a guided hand and she's doing her part in it.
She uses Tarot as a tool for guidance, it helps when you are at Cross Roads when you are confused with something and need clarity and basically any decision making that one isn't sure about, Tarot can answer questions that we have in varied Circumstances & Situations as it reveals the undercurrent of what's going on.
As an Eye Gazer which is a very ancient Shamanic Tradition that helps access the Windows of the Soul, She channels information stored deep within people that may be hindering their growth or causing them discomfort without them realizing it. You Gotta TRY to know
As a Channel, she also can assist in having conversations with departed Souls, the ones who have left their Bodies and have unfinished business or things that they wanted to say but haven't been able to. Things their loved ones wanted to hear and they didn't get that opportunity to communicate. This aids in soothing the soul of the one left on Earth Plain and the one having left the physical realm. These are called Séances.


Day 1
You will arrive at Dehradun in the early morning at 8 am... 
You will abode the transportation provided and be taken to Nagkyarki camp. You will reach there by 12 pm. 
Relax and grab delicious lunch made from local organic produce. 
You will be facilitated by Kashish (Mystic & Eye gazer) for the initiation of Sweatlodge
Tea and snacks
Enjoy the sweat lodge session
Bonfire with star gazing & Music
Dinner and sleep in tents in the camp.
Day 2
Wake up and have hot tea 
Yoga work out
Have your breakfast
Sessions from Kashish about Tarot and Healing
Sittings with Tarot 
Have your lunch
Depending on whether we will go for a small interactive hike with Pradeep Kumar (Botanist &  Mycologist)
Bonfire and Drumming by Roy Roberts (African drum djembe- specialist)
Have dinner
Go for pleasant sleep in your camps. 
Day 3
Wake up and have tea and breakfast. 
Start towards Dehradun
. You will be in Dehradun by early evening
You will travel ahead to Delhi

Getting to Nag Kyarki Camp

ROAD - Dehradun is a 6-hour drive from Delhi, and the cheapest option is booking a bus from Kashmiri Gate bus station. If you take a bus at 11 PM in Delhi, you will reach Dehradun by 5 AM the next day. You can also take a cab or drive to Dehradun from Delhi.
FLIGHT - There are flights directly to Dehradun from major cities of India. Book any flight that gets you to Dehradun by the latest 6 am on Day 1 of the trip. 
TRAIN - You can see train schedules here. Please book so that you reach Dehradun latest by 6 am on Day 1 of the trip. 
From Dehradun to Base camp and Back to Dehradun is included in the package. An AC cab will be waiting for everyone at ISBT, Dehradun at 6:30 AM.
Make arrangements according to the time.
Getting back: We will be reaching Dehradun on Day 3 by afternoon, around 12:30 pm-1:30 PM. Please plan your onward journey accordingly. 
** Travel from Delhi to Dehradun can be arranged by us at extra cost on prior notice.

Cancellation policy

If it becomes necessary to cancel your booking. Cancellation will take effect only after we receive the email from you.
Following is the cancellation policy:
45 days prior to departure - 100% total amount and/or trip deposit refunded
30 to 44 days prior to departure - 50% refund
15 to 29 days prior to departure - 20% refund
14 days prior to departure - no refund
Please note that the above-quoted amounts may change without notice. If the tour/itinerary price is quoted as a package, no partial refunds or credit will be given for services not used. "Vanabhu organics LLP" reserves the right to cancel any trip or booking in which case participants will be given a refund in full.
However, you will not be entitled to make any further claim for any injury, loss, expenses or damage (either direct or consequential) or for any loss of time or inconvenience which may result from such cancellation (including but not limited to any travel reservation, visa, passport and vaccination charges, or departure, gear purchases, airport and airline taxes). We strongly recommend that you book refundable tickets. We also recommend that you obtain travel insurance upon booking.

Trip Disclaimer

1) It is most essential to be aware of your fitness before heading for the trip. While planning your trip, it is preferable to have a medical check-up done. If suffering from any kind of allergy or ailment, do carry proper prescribed medicines to prevent serious health problems including heatstroke, severe headache, cough, dehydration, and hypothermia. Participants suffering from chronic conditions like asthma, bronchitis, blood pressure, migraine, diabetes, etc. should seek their physician's advice before coming.
2) We provide adequate human support on the mountains to ensure the basic safety of the trekker. The trekker/customer, however, is responsible for his own health and any injuries and has to bear all the expenses which may arise in case of medical exigency or emergency condition.
1) As it is likely that in these sorts of trips weather must be taken into account if conditions are such that we have to change arrangements we will not be able to provide any sort of refund. If there are any other circumstances including but not limited to riots, political unrest, natural or another disaster, nuclear incident, terrorist activity, etc. and we have to cancel a trip as a result of these circumstances, we will not be able to provide any sort of refund.
2) Please keep in mind that mountain village homestays are simple and rustic. Toilets are Indian style and clean and basic. Camp stays in the wilderness are according to basic camping standards with tents having sleeping bags and mats. The campsite has a bio-toilet that is used later for composting.  
3) In keeping with travelling sustainably, please minimize plastic use and ensure you do not litter in these natural areas. 
4) If for any reason you have to leave the trip early, you will not be entitled to a refund. We will not be liable for any expenses incurred to you as a result. However, we will try with our capabilities to make the arrangements to a trekker/customer to return to the base safely.
5) If the behaviour of any trekker is likely to cause distress or harm to themselves, our staff or other team members, we reserve the right to terminate their trip at any time and they will have to make their own arrangements; we will not be liable for any expenses incurred as a result. We will not entertain any claims arising due to such action.

Inclusions and Exclusions

1. Dehradun - Dehradun travel
2. All vegetarian meals (2 lunch, 2 dinners, 2 breakfast)
3. Accommodation in tents
4. Djembe music from Roy Roberts
5. Sweat lodge ceremony
6. Tarot session and felicitation by Kasish Chibbar Sharma
7. Campfire
8. A day hike
Travel to Dehradun from base city and back
Bottled water
Nonvegetarian meals - please inform us in advance (at extra cost) 

Things to carry

Clothes for chilly weather - jacket, scarves, socks, gloves, shawl
Rain gear like a poncho, raincoat
Personal medicines and toiletries 
Trek shoes that are rain-proof
Bottle - Please carry a reusable metal water bottle, to reduce plastic use
Sun protection - sunscreen, cap, sunglasses

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