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HIMALAYA HELI SKI (PRIVATE GROUP)
7 Nights | 8-14 Helicopter Hours

Location: India | Tour Focus: Guided | Terrain Focus: Backcountry
Ability: Strong Intermediate to Expert
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This is an adventure of a lifetime! Immerse yourself in the rich Himalayan culture & ride some of the best skiing terrain on the planet. These PRIVATE packages include 7-nights of deluxe accommodation, all private chef prepared meals, guided heli skiing, domestic transfers & more.
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Himalaya Heli Ski - Private Packages

Take it even higher with an exclusive private heli skiing package with Himalaya Heli Ski. Pull together a posse to form your own group to have exclusive use of a helicopter for heli skiing in the Himalaya. The group size is up to you.

  • Group of 1-3 (1 group per heli, 8 heli hours per week)
  • Group of 4-8 (2 groups per heli, 12 heli hours per week)
  • Group of 7-9 (3 groups sharing the helicopter, 14 heli hours per week). 
There is the option to purchase additional helicopter flight hours.

The Himalaya Heli Ski private heli skiing packages offer the ultimate in flexibility and freedom to explore the vast heli skiing terrain, set your own pace, and ski or snowboard as much as you want, and wherever conditions permit. Compared to the mixed group packages, the private heli skiing often offers the advantage of being able to play in mountains a little further afield to find the ultimate terrain and snow conditions.

If you want the full Maharaja (king) package, you can upgrade so that everyone has a single room. Other add-ons include helicopter transfers to/from Kullu Airport or flight seeing in the chopper.

See the Himalaya Heli Ski overview page for information on the operation, location and safety aspects.  


The best helicopters & pilots in the business

Incredible diverse terrain for all levels

A unique cultural experience

Lodging: Manu Allaya Resort

The lodging for the Himalaya Heli Ski heli skiing packages is at the Manu Allaya Resort in Manali. The hotel offers deluxe, comfortable mountain lodging for guests, and conveniently, the heli pad is adjacent to the guest rooms.

The Manu Allaya Hotel has a large communal room for exclusive use by the heli skiing guests. Hearty meals are served there, and there is also a bar, pool table and plenty of sofas for relaxing.

All guest rooms are spacious and individually heated with private bathrooms and comfortable beds. Double, twin and single accommodation is available. There is plenty of hot water for showers, bottled water for drinking, and electricity, including generator back-up in case of mains electricity failure (this is mountainous India after all!).

Facilities include a health club (sauna, steam room, spa and a weights room), kids’ play room, convention hall and shop.

Thai massage services are available, along with yoga stretching classes.


20 metres walk to the heli

Good size rooms

Private ensuite bathrooms

Cuisine

Himalaya Heli Ski hires its own international chefs to cook and supervise the food preparation. All water in the hotel is specially purified for your protection.

Meals are generally served as a small buffet. The evening cuisine alternates between European, Indian and Southeast Asian. Breakfast choice is extensive and includes some Indian fare along with cereal, oatmeal, toast, pastries, eggs cooked to your liking, and tea/coffee and juice. They can easily cater for special diets providing they have advanced notice.

The bar has a small selection of beer and wine, and a reasonable selection of spirits. It is recommended that you bring any special liquors or wines that you may require.

Lunch is served on the mountain on heli ski days and generally includes soup, sandwiches, and slices such as brownies. Water and snacks are available in the helicopter.


Dedicated restaurant, bar & common area

A nice place to relax & socialise

Great food, wine, beer & spirits

Visit the Manu Alaya website here for more information.

Rates & Inclusions

Please enquire for a quote for your requirements. Inclusions
  • Spectacular heli skiing in the Himalayas (8-14 heli hours) across up to 6.5 days
  • 7 nights twin-share lodging in Manali, including all meals
  • All transfers to/from Delhi International Airport
  • Avalanche transceiver, airbag, shovel and probe
  • Highly qualified guides (ratio 1:4) & more...
  • Free use of Wi Fi Internet
  • Free use of the Sauna, Steam Bath and Gymnasium at the Lodge Spa
  • Use of skis and poles if required
  • Local sightseeing and activities on down days
  • Himachal State Government Heliski Royalty
  • Central Government Service Tax Levy
Add-ons
  • Charter flights from Delhi to Kullu (contact for current rates)
  • Helicopter Flight Seeing or Ferry Flights
  • Helicopter transfer between heliski base and Kullu
  • Helicopter transfer between heliski base and Pinjore (near Chandigarh)
  • Medevac flight by helicopter (Emergency evacuation from ski terrain to base is free)
  • Single room upgrade at Manali hotel
Not Included
  • International airfare to/from Delhi - search for best flights here
  • Travel insurance - buy online here
  • Meals, accommodation and travel activities in Delhi
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Room services
  • Massages at Heliski Base Spa
  • Excess baggage charges on international and Delhi–Manali–Delhi flights
  • Ski boots, snowboarding gear
  • Visa Fees
  • Gratuities

Himalaya Heli Ski (HHS) Terms & Conditions

Deposit & Balance Payment
  • To confirm your booking, a non-refundable deposit sum equal to 30% of the package price must be paid within 2 weeks of your initial booking request.
  • The balance of the package price is due 12 weeks prior to your departure date.
  • Payments are due through bank transfer in Euros.
Cancellation
For your own protection a trip cancellation and medic insurance is strongly recommended.

If you cancel your trip earlier than twelve weeks before your departure date, HHS will refund your payments made minus your non-refundable deposit.

If you have to cancel your trip after having paid the deposit or balance, the following options are available to you.
  • Rescheduling to a later date in the same season in which you are booked.
  • Finding a substitute to take your place (and resolve any financial reimbursement between the two of you).
  • Making a claim on your cancellation insurance.
Refunds
If due to circumstances beyond their control HHS is forced to cancel your trip, they will give you a full credit for one of the following 3 years or offer rescheduling of your booking to a later date in the same season in which you are booked.

If due to bad weather or mechanical problems none of the groups on your week manage to reach the guaranteed 20,000 vertical metres of descent, refunds will be made at 100 euros per 1,000 metres unasked up to 20,000m.

If one group in the week reaches the guaranteed, other groups or individuals who had the opportunity but did not reach 20,000m will not be refunded. Refunds for unskied metres will not be made in cases where injury, illness, a lack of fitness or an unwillingness to continue skiing in the reason for not reaching 20,000m.