Duration: 01 Day (Same Day Return)
Day 1: Sahastradhara - Kagbhusandi - Sahastradhara
1. Helicopter Flying Charges.
2. Meals Will Be Provided By HHSPL.
3. Ground Handling Charges At SHASTRADHARA & GOVINDGHAT.
4. Landing Charges At SAHASTRADHARA, GOVINDGHAT & KAGBHUSANDI.
1. Kagbhusandi Lake is a very high-altitude destination. Passengers should be aware of the chances of high-altitude sickness.
2. Passengers are advised to report at Sahastradhara helipad as per the time given by the base manager. You are requested to arrive Dehradun one day prior to your journey date.
3. Since Kagbhusandi Lake is at a very high altitude, max weight carrying capacity of the aircraft will reduce to 210 kg. Therefore, pax may be dropped to the lake in two separate flights from Govindghat by us.
4. The ideal time to visit is between the month of July to September.
5. We do not provide escorts.
6. You are advised to carry spare cloths, if you wish to take a holy dip in Lake.
7. Passengers are allowed to carry maximum 5 kg/passenger luggage along with them.
8. Passengers are advised to carry woollen clothes along with them as temperatures are fairly cold.
9. Passengers would be taken on board depending on load and temperature conditions. Pilots call will be final. Hence, passengers are advised to provide their exact weights at the time of booking and carry luggage within the permissible limit.
On arrival at the Sahastradhara helidrome, our crew will receive you and take you to Passenger Lobby area. Once you are there, you will be ready for departure to Kagbhusandi
On arrival at Kagbhusandi Lake,a time duration of 2 hours will be given to enjoy the scenic beauty.
Only one handbag weighing a maximum of 5kgs is allowed per passenger.
1. Carry a medical aid kit and your usual medicines for the way.
2. Sunburn is an issue there. Please carry sunburn lotion or moisturiser to avoid skin burning.
3. Asthma patients are advised to refer their doctor before going to Kagbhusandi.
4. If anyone exerts themselves too much too quickly, depending on individual fitness levels, some of the common high-altitude sicknesses and their symptoms are listed below:
(1) 25% of the total charter cost will be levied if the flight is cancelled any time after blocking of the aircraft till 48 hours of the scheduled departure.
(2) 50% of the total charter cost will be levied if the flight is cancelled within 48 to 24 hrs of the scheduled departure.
(3) 100 % of the total charter cost will be levied if the flight is cancelled within 24 hrs of the scheduled departure.
(4) Cancellations due to bad weather/technical/force majeure reasons get a refund for an equivalent amount of the cancelled travel sector(s). A full refund will be done in the case of both way flights being cancelled.
(5) No show passengers get no refund.
(6) In case of cancellation of one-way sector due to bad weather/technical/force majeure reasons, royalty shall remain applicable as applicable on the full charter cost.
(7) In case the flight is cancelled by the Charterer due to delay in departure due to “Force Majeure” reasons like weather/visibility, 100% of the Charter cost will be levied if updated in advance to the charterer about chances of such delay.
(8) In case the flight being operated has Foreign national(s) on board, minimum 07 working days prior notice is mandatory in order to obtain the AOR clearance. No such flight can be operated if notice is given less than the mentioned period.
(9) Where Force Majeure reasons which are beyond HHSPL’s control has resulted in your flight being delayed or cancelled, HHSPL will not be liable in any way for the delayed or cancelled flight. However, 100% refund shall be given for the cancelled flight. No compensation towards accommodation, flight tickets and meals shall be offered in the event of cancellation of a flight.
(10) In case the flight is cancelled due to technical/operational reasons from HHSPL's end, the due refund will be done to the charterer with no obligation of HHSPL whatsoever.
(11) HHSPL reserves the right to cancel passengers who are A) unruly or abusive B) intoxicated C) sick or mentally unbalanced, or anyone whom we deem unsafe to fly. HHSPL also reserves the right to ferry company personnel on any of its flights in case of any urgent requirement.
(12) Carriage of dangerous goods/articles is not permitted. Restricted articles include, but are not limited to, compressed gases/corrosives/explosives/flammable liquids/solid/radio-active materials/infectious substances and briefcases with installed alarm devices.
(13) The courts in Delhi will have the jurisdiction in case the dispute cannot be resolved by mutual discussions.